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 »
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It’s no secret that we love great artwork inspired by film and television, and today we have a smorgasbord of fantastic new prints from three different artists for three different beloved movies from the sci-fi and fantasy genres, all of which happen to be adaptations of beloved books as well.
Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and Jurassic Park all get gorgeous art tributes from Dan Mumford, Gerhard and Kilian Eng respectively. You can see all the prints below, including details on how to get your hands on (most of) them, and how much lighter they’ll make your wallet. Read More »
Update: We originally posted about these screen printed posters on December 8th 2015, and the set quickly sold out. Well Nakatomi has announced they are bringing the Josh Budich’s sold-out three-print set back in a new OPEN edition, so if you missed out on these fast-selling prints last time, FORTUNE SMILES UPON YOU. Individual prints are $30 each, and full sets are $80. Orders should ship by the end of the month.
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Even though we’re big fans of all the collectible artwork that Mondo throws out there for us to plaster our walls with, we also love what comes out of Gallery 1988. Personally, I have several pieces from their Ghostbusters 30th anniversary exhibition on my wayy, and I’m always on the lookout for their next great print series. And a very interesting new one has just been revealed.
Gallery 1988 has announced a new series called Friends of the Gallery, pairing up what they call some of their “most creative gallery buyers” with some of their favorite gallery artists to collaborate on a special limited edition piece of work. The first in this series comes by way of Robot Chicken creator and actor Seth Green teaming up with artist Joshua Budich, and they’ve decided to bring a Raising Arizona print to the table. Check it out! Read More »
Posted on Thursday, February 11th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
Director Richard Linklater is one of Austin, Texas’ favorite sons, so it was not surprising in the slightest when his newest movie, Everybody Wants Some, was selected to open this year’s SXSW Film Festival. Linklater’s work has screened at the fest on several occasions and Linklater himself has put in more than a few memorable appearances. He interviewed fellow Texan Wes Anderson after a screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel a few years ago and it was magnificent.
And that brings us to the news of the moment: Mondo, the Austin-based purveyor of terrific film and pop culture-related posters that sell out way too fast, is dedicating its next gallery show to Linklater and his work.
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