We are back with another edition of the Cool Stuff round-up, bringing you the latest and greatest movie and television collectibles, toys and prints. In today’s edition, we have products from Ghostbusters, Total Recall, Suicide Squad, E.T., Guardians of the Galxy Vol 2 and more.
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Right now you can catch Ryan Gosling singing and dancing with Emma Stone in La La Land in wider release, and Martin Scorsese’s Silence is playing in some theaters as well. Therefore, Mondo thought this would be a good time to release a new print from one of Ryan Gosling’s recent acclaimed film, and one of Martin Scorsese’s films from the previous decade.
Mondo has unveiled a new print for Drive by artist Rory Kurtz, with that signature hot pink hue worked in there smoothly, and they also have a pair of prints from Jonathan Burton for The Aviator, the biopic about Howard Hughes. They’re both fantastic in their own way, and you can check them out after the jump. Read More »
Gallery 1988 has already played host to “An Art Show About Nothing,” which was actually a tribute to Seinfeld, the NBC sitcom which was famously about nothing. Now they’re back with “Another Art Show About Nothing,” featuring all new artwork inspired by the series created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David.
Artists like Barry Blankenship, Joshua Roman, Luke Flowers, Jerrod Maryurama, Jeremy Berkley, Geoff Trapp, Erin Hunting, Dave Pryor and much more have crafted some incredible new pieces in honor of Seinfeld, and you can get your hands on them right now.
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Over the last decade of /Film, we’ve tried to feature the latest geek collectibles, prints, books and toys alongside our regular coverage of movie and television news. Sometimes it has taken the form of a standalone “Cool Stuff” post, other times it was in a round up like Superhero Bits or the now defunct Page 2 and Toy Box. As it turns out, it’s very hard to commit to a daily or weekly round-up of this kind of things, especially when we don’t know when products worth writing about will be announced or released.
So the solution I came up with was to produce “Cool Stuff” round-ups on an organic semi-regular basis, determined solely by when enough cool products present themselves. After the jump, enjoy the first installment of the Cool Stuff round-up which includes Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars, John Williams, Pulp Fiction, Pixar, Jurassic Park, Rogue One and more. Think of it as a Christmas buying guide for geeks, but published all year round.
And if you don’t like this, please know this is all Adam Goldberg’s fault (apologies in advance to Adam’s wife for any purchases that are made because of this).
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Merry Christmas, you wonderful old Building and Loan! It’s that time of year when families sit down to watch It’s A Wonderful Life to feel good about what they have, which is something we all probably need after the gut punch that was the year 2016. If you’re a big fan of the holiday classic from director Frank Capra, then we have a print that you might want to frame on your wall.
Hero Complex Gallery has this timely new piece of art from Barret Chapman, immortalizing that iconic moment when George Bailey (Jimmy Stewart) tells Mary (Donna Reed) that he’ll lasso the moon to pull it down for her to have if that’s what she wants. Check out the beautiful It’s A Wonderful Life print after the jump. Read More »
Bottleneck Gallery has once again teamed up with Acme Archives and Lucasfilm on some new Star Wars prints. But these posters aren’t just any Star Wars prints, they are for the new film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Hit the jump to see the Rogue One print by Matt Ferguson and more from artist Karl Fitzgerald, and find out when you’ll be able to buy them.
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There are endless pieces of collectible artwork paying tribute to Star Wars, but there are always some that stand out from the rest of the pack. A couple of those distinctive pieces will be available on sale later today.
Kevin Tong is one of the more celebrated artists in the realm of pop culture artwork, and today he’s delivered two new Star Wars prints commemorating each of the lightsaber battles that take place between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Each print by itself is gorgeous enough, but they also compliment each other perfectly.
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This Friday, Cyclops Print Works will be releasing a brand new screenprinted poster Walt Disney Animation Studio’s new classic. Moana is one of my favorite movies of 2016 and I will definitely have to get my hands on this stunning Moana print by Tom Whalen. . Hit the jump to check out this beauty in full and find out where and when you can buy it!
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! There’s snow on the ground (depending on where you live), the stores are packed (maybe not as much since we love our online shopping), and there are all sorts of holiday movies and specials all over TV (though you’re probably just watching your favorites at your leisure thanks to Netflix, Hulu and countless other streaming services). It’s just wonderful, and now you can make it a little more lovely with some fantastic new artwork commemorating one of the most beloved holiday specials.
A Charlie Brown Christmas celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate it this year with a series of prints from Dark Hall Mansion created by artists Eduardo Sanabria, Dan May, Eric Robison and Steve Thomas. Check out all the A Charlie Brown Christmas prints after the jump. Read More »
Gallery Nucleus has been host to some pretty cool artwork exhibitions inspired by pop culture. They don’t get featured quite as often as Hero Complex Gallery or Gallery 1988 since they don’t have new pieces available as frequently, but they still have some incredible artwork. A new exhibition opening this weekend is no different with artwork inspired by each of the films of Pixar Animation, from Toy Story to Finding Dory. There’s one for each movie, and what’s awesome is that each piece was handpicked by Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter for the show.
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