Back in 2002, Guy Pearce starred in an adaptation of H.G. Wells‘ classic, revered sci-fi novel The Time Machine. But before that, 1960 brought an adaptation of the book to the big screen from George Pal, who also directed the original big screen adaptation of War of the Worlds. Now Nautilus Art Prints is releasing a new print from French artist Julien Loïs paying tribute to the film, and it’s magnificent. Find out how you can get your hands on The Time Machine print after the jump! Read More »
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Posted on Monday, January 18th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
Even though Lost In Translation was one of the best movies in 2003, the print campaign for the movie mostly left something to be desired. But thanks to Spoke Art and artist Matt Taylor, the movie now has a stellar print that would look spectacular on the wall of any of you who call yourselves fans of Sofia Coppola‘s fantastic film. Check it out and find out how you can get one! Read More »
Posted on Thursday, January 14th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
We’re just under a month from the release of the long-awaited comedy sequel Zoolander No. 2 (or 2oolander), and in honor of the beloved comedy, Gallery 1988 has opened a fantastic new gallery show. Paying tribute to the original Zoolander starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell, the Melrose art gallery has put together an exhibition of works called the Really, Really, Really, Ridiculously Good Looking Art Show. And just like Derek Zoolander’s signature look, Magnum, they’re beautiful. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, January 12th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
When it comes to pop culture artists, one of our favorites is undoubtedly Dave Perillo. His unique illustrations and signature square layouts always pop, and the artist even had his own Gallery 1988 show back in 2014. And with The Hateful Eight in theaters now, there’s no better time for the artist to debut a new print inspired by one of the films directed by Quentin Tarantino. Perillo’s latest print pays tribute to Pulp Fiction, and you can get your hands on it right now. Read More »
Hero Complex Gallery presented an art show last week titled “Quattro With A Shotgun,” a collaboration show featuring work from James Rheem Davis, Matt Ryan Tobin, New Flesh and Vance Kelly. The four artists worked for over a year on the art in the show, which is a celebration of Action, Science Fiction, Horror and Pulp screen prints. After the jump you can take a look at our favorite pieces from the show, which will run at Hero Complex Gallery (2020 South Robertson Blvd. in Los Angeles) for some time (Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm).
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Posted on Thursday, January 7th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
It’s been eight years since we fell in love with The Dark Knight, but we’ve hardly forgotten about it. Fans won’t miss an opportunity to praise the movie, and it’s easily one of the best superhero films ever made. And if you’re looking for some new decorations for your wall to show your love for Christopher Nolan‘s best Batman, then a couple new prints from Mondo are right up your alley. Check out both of The Dark Knight Mondo prints below! Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 by Angie Han
We and the rest of the internet are all about The Force Awakens right now, but that doesn’t mean we’re just ignoring the rest of the Star Wars universe. After the jump:
- This lightsaber is actually an elegant flask for a more civilized age.
- Peek at the Star Wars Land float for this year’s Rose Parade.
- See a cool piece of Han Solo-centric art by Tomer Hanuka.
- Celebrate Life Day with the Lucasfilm holiday card maker.
- This gingerbread Darth Vader looks terrifying and delicious.
- Mark Hamill helps fans sort his real autographs from the fakes.
- Donnie Yen is so psyched for Star Wars: Rogue One.
- Could Nien Nunb return for Star Wars Episode VIII?
- Why did Hayden Christensen disappear after Episode III?
- Science says destroying the Death Star would’ve killed the Ewoks.
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of ‘Star Trek’ by Boldly Going Where No Behind-the-Scenes Photos Have Gone Before
Posted on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015 by Jacob Hall
I know: you’re still high on Star Wars and you will probably continue to be high on it until Star Wars: The Force Awakens slowly trudges out of theaters in a few months. But can we all pause for about 10 minutes and shift gears to Star Trek? Okay, five minutes. Deal. Let’s do this.
2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the greatest (well, most consistent) science fiction series of all time and everyone involved is pulling out all the stops. Paramount is releasing Star Trek Beyond, which will hopefully be a necessary course correction after the bummer that was Star Trek Into Darkness. CBS is planning a new television series that will premiere in January 2017. And now, Roddenberry Entertainment, the namesake company of Trek’s original creator, Gene Roddenberry, is getting in on the celebration. They will release a never-before-seen image from Star Trek history every single day throughout 2016…and they’ve already revealed three bonus images, just to whet your appetite.
Posted on Monday, December 21st, 2015 by Ethan Anderton
We’re on the verge of having an entire generation never know the exquisite joy of shuffling through a video rental store to pick out the movie you want to take home for the weekend. Sure, compared to DVD and eventually Blu-ray, the quality of VHS was abysmal. But there was still something special about going to the local video store and just walking the aisles and finding something for your viewing pleasure.
Now one cinephile has decided to resurrect a small part of that joy by giving modern movies like Mad Max: Fury Road, Ex Machina and The Revenant their own retro-style VHS covers that you might have seen on shelves at your local video store. Check them out! Read More »