Gallery 1988 Cuyler Smith Trading Cards 3

Gallery 1988 is back with another outstanding art show, and this one continues a splendid collection of trading cards featuring the outstanding illustrations of artist Cuyler Smith.

Trading Cards 3 features a whole new batch of original trading cards taking characters from various sports movies and TV shows. Modeled after real vintage trading cards from decades past, these are meticulously detailed pieces that you can throw in a plastic sleeve like all your other trading cards. Or you can frame them on your wall where they deserve to be displayed proudly. Read More »

hayao miyazaki prints

There’s nothing as magical as watching a Hayao Miyazaki film, and letting it transport you to a fantastical world where dragons soar and castles walk. But a Hayao Miyazaki print done in the style of Japanese woodblock prints may just come close.

For a limited time, Japanese woodblock-style prints of Studio Ghibli movies directed by the legendary anime filmmaker are available to purchase. But better snatch them up quick, because like a certain antique grandfather clock in Whisper of the Heart, at the stroke of midnight, they may disappear.

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Goosebumps Horror Movie Mash-Up

For children of the 1990s, the best thing in school was getting the order pamphlet for new books from the Scholastic Book Club. That’s because they almost always featured the latest in R.L. Stine’s ongoing horror book series Goosebumps. There were dozens of books released under the banner with several other books spinning off from the primary line-up. Now one artist has taken the iconic Goosebumps book covers from that decade and mashed them up with some of your favorite horror movies.

Check out the Goosebumps horror movie mash-ups below. Read More »

mondo horror posters

The 13th annual Texas Frightmare Weekend is fast-approaching, and with the return of the popular horror convention comes some stunning Mondo horror posters that will likely be must-owns for any horror movie fan.

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Olly Moss Avengers Prints

Starting tonight, fans everywhere are going to have Marvel fever as Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters and blows everyone away. The movie is a spectacle the likes of which you’d never dream you’d see on the big screen. It’s full of jaw-dropping moments, unbelievable action, and it will leave you breathless and exhausted when all is said and done.

But before all that, beloved pop culture artist Olly Moss wanted to deliver some adorable Avengers prints that would be the perfect way to decorate your kid’s room. But they’re also cool enough to frame on your wall anywhere in your house. There’s a total of 12 small prints each featuring one member of The Avengers looking cuter than ever. Check them all out below. Read More »

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Gallery 1988 Objects of Our Affection

Gallery 1988 has opened up another new pop culture art exhibition, this time featuring two artists doubling up to pay tribute to the things and characters they love from their favorite movies and TV shows.

Barry Blankenship and Dave Squiggle teamed up for the Gallery 1988 Objects of Our Affection show, each bringing their unique style to the table and honoring movies and TV shows like Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Office, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, Back to the Future, Stranger Things, Predator, Beetlejuice, The Fifth Element and many more. Read More »

Dan Mumford Star Wars The Last Jedi Prints

Now that Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available for us all to enjoy over and over again at home, the movie is ripe for artwork tributes. Since artist Dan Mumford delivered a fantastic set of prints commemorating Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we’re glad to see he’s back with another set of prints for Rian Johnson’s chapter in the Star Wars saga. There are four in total, paying tribute to four iconic locations and moments from the sequel. Check out all the Dan Mumford Star Wars The Last Jedi prints below. Read More »

matt ferguson infinity war posters

We’ve been covering the pop culture artwork of UK-based artist Matt Ferguson for more than half a decade at this point and are always impressed, but this might be his best piece yet.

A pentaptych of five interconnected posters for Avengers: Infinity War which will be released exclusively through Odeon Cinemas. So if you’re seeing this event film at Odeon, you might walk home with one of these posters. But what does one poster do for you? You need to collect all five to make for the best possible display. So I guess you’ll just have to see Infinity War five times in the movie theater! And thus Odeon’s evil plan has worked.

Below, check out the Matt Ferguson Infinity War poster in full and also check out some detailed close-ups.

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Gallery 1988 30 Years Later

Every year, Gallery 1988 takes an opportunity to look back 30 years by featuring pop culture artwork inspired by the movies that came out three decades previously. This year it just so happens that the flashback is the same year of their namesake: 1988.

The entire gallery of pieces from the Gallery 1988 30 Years Later art show is available, and it features artwork from movies such as Beetlejuice, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Child’s Play, Die Hard, The Land Before Time, Twins, Bloodsport, Big, Coming to America, The Naked Gun and more.

Gallery 1988 30 Years Later Art Gallery

As you can see, there’s far more representation for Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Beetlejuice, two of the most popular movies of the year. But there’s plenty of love for some of the other hits of the year as well. Personally, I wish that the Best Picture winning Rain Man was featured in this collection, but maybe that’s just me.

Featured artists for this show include Xander Lee, Shian Ng, Simon Delart, Nicholas Moegly, Matthew Lineham, Josh Eckert, John Barry Ballaran, Jason Yang, James Loram, Hans Woody, Fiona McCall, Erin Hunting, Danny Haas, Daniel Clark, Dan Nash, Chris McGuire, Catherine Moor, Bruce White and many more.

This is just a sample of our favorite pieces from the new art show. You can check out a bunch more pieces available, including some sculptures and originals, over at the Gallery 1988 shop. Some of the prints are already sold out, but there are plenty of others with larger edition sizes for you to pick up.

Watercolor horror movie posters

While studio-released movie posters tend to disappoint these days, we can always count on intrepid artists to create something special on their own. Artist Christopher Shy has created a slew of new watercolor horror movie posters, and they’re stunning. Feast your eyes on these beauties below.

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