Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) has released 45 pieces of Star Wars: The Force Awakens concept art images, some of which show a very different movie than ended up on the screen. Hit the jump and let’s take a look at some of the unused concepts. I’ll try to add some background information as well.
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Back in December, we featured a new RoboCop print from Matt Ferguson that was made available by Grey Matter Art. Now another piece of work honoring Paul Verhoeven’s sci-fi action classic is available, this time from Gabz (who recently delivered a stellar Star Wars trilogy print that is situated on my wall). It’s bloody, fiery and just fantastic.
Check out the new Gabz RoboCop poster after the jump. Read More »
Over five years ago we featured a small batch of posters in a series called The Ones That Got Away. In the poster series, artist Fernando Reza and his Fro Design Company label created some awesome posters for movies that never came to be. Whether it’s because they got stuck in development hell or lost funding at the last minute, these movies simply never became a reality. The first series included posters for the likes of Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon and Orson Welles’ Don Quixote, and now a second series has been unveiled and made available for purchase.
See which posters make up The Ones That Got Away Volume 2 after the jump. Read More »
The Los Angeles-based pop culture art gallery The Hero Complex Gallery has released a new 12 print set featuring artwork by Jordan Buckner. The 12 Print Sci-fi Landscape Set is titled “Visions of a Past, Present and Future,” featuring 36″ x 12″ landscape art that honors some of the best science fiction movies of all time, including: the original Star Wars trilogy, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Alien, Blade Runner, Moon, The Fly, Akira, Metropolis, La jet, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Hit the jump to see all of the beautiful Jordan Buckner sci-fi prints in close-up.
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It’s a shame that Terminator Genisys was such a massive disappointment, because it would have been nice to see The Terminator franchise go in a cool new direction instead of treading familiar territory in a hokey way that played out like a greatest hits album of the entire franchise.
But just because Terminator Genisys was a misfire doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy what the original has to offer. The Terminator is an action classic, even if many think Terminator 2: Judgment Day is the superior film in the franchise. And now French artist duo Stan & Vince have paid tribute to the original film with a new The Terminator pprint that you’ll be able to buy this morning. Check it out along with a couple cool variants after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 by Jacob Hall
If you ask someone to name every character who survived the events of Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece Alien, they’d surely mention Sigourney Weaver’s Ellen Ripley blasting that Xenomorph into space and putting herself in suspended animation for the long, ill-fated trip home. But will they mention Jonesy, the incredibly lucky ginger cat who somehow manages to avoid death at the claws and jaws of the galaxy’s most dangerous predator and the Nostromo’s self-destruction? As an animal fan, watching Ripley struggle to get to the escape shuttle while toting a clunky animal kennel while a vicious alien pursues her is high on my list of nightmares.
The incredible Bottleneck Gallery has revealed the first in new series of Alien posters and the focus is squarely on the film’s two non-human characters: the alien itself and Jonsey the cat. Sure, the rest of the crew is present as well, but they’re, well, more than a little dead.
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Paramount Pictures and IMAX have given us the opportunity to debut the IMAX illustrated poster for 10 Cloverfield Lane created by a UK artist Kevin M Wilson, who goes by the pseudonym Ape Meets Girl. We’ve featured his work many times in the past on /Film; you might remember his Jaws, Back to the Future, WALL-E, Peter Pan or Incredibles posters. His latest is for the J.J. Abrams-produced, Dan Trachtenberg-directed thriller 10 Cloverfield Lane, which hits theaters nationwide on March 11th, 2016. Hit the jump to see the Ape Meets Girl 10 Cloverfield Lane poster and read my brief chat with the artist. How many hidden Easter eggs can you spot in the art?
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There’s no shortage of Star Wars artwork hitting the web all the time. We’ve featured work from artists such as Tyler Stout, Olly Moss, Ken Taylor and Kevin Tong, Marko Manev and Craig Drake. Plus, just last fall we featured a new Star Wars trilogy poster from Gabz, and I’m proud to say I have one hanging up in my office. And now Matt Ferguson has delivered a new set of three prints, one for each episode of the original Star Wars trilogy, and they are absolutely magnificent.
Check out the set of Matt Ferguson Star Wars posters below. Read More »
For a few years, we’ve featured and loved the artwork of Tim Doyle. For three years in a row, the artist has focused on recreating iconic locations from your favorite TV shows. Everything from the house from The Golden Girls to Planet Express from Futurama has been illustrated by Tim Doyle. And now Doyle is bringing his artwork to your coffee table with an UnReal Estate book, and you can make sure you get a copy by supporting the Kickstarter for the project. If you haven’t seen any of Doyle’s artwork yet, you can see some examples below and find out how to get your own book. Read More »