Posted on Friday, March 7th, 2014 by Germain Lussier
At 3 p.m. CST Friday, the doors opened at the Mondo Gallery in Austin Texas for the highly anticipated collaboration between Mondo and Disney. The show, called Nothing’s Impossible, is on display through March 11th. All week, leading up to the opening, several sites premiered images from the show.
So we’ve seen posters for Disney classics new and old such as Fantasia, Sleeping Beauty, The Incredibles, The Lion King, Wall-E, The Sword in the Stone and so many more. They can be viewed at this link but Mondo held back a few as a surprise. Those include posters by Aaron Horkey (Ratatouille), Olly Moss (The Jungle Book), Mike Mitchell (Up and Incredibles) and more. Check out the remainder of the show, which isn’t posted here, below.
Nothing’s Impossible, presented by Oh My Disney, will remain on display until March 11 at the Mondo Gallery, 4115 Guadalupe St., Austin TX. Here are the final images to be revealed from the show.
Since the announcement of the show, the one name everyone was curious about was “Aaron Horkey.” The insanely talented artist has become white hot over the past year and his contribution was by far the most discussed among Disney and Mondo fans. I venture to guess no one could have dreamed up his poster, inspired by Brad Bird’s Ratatouille. The piece is almost like a movie with a twist ending. You look at it, question it, scratch your head, but after sitting with it for a while, it’s difficult not to love. The more I look at it, the more I find it absolutely hilarious.
The Austin Chronicle debuted a few of the above images on Thursday, but we held them back until today.
If you’re down at SXSW, definitely head up to the gallery to check out this impressive show and maybe pick up a poster or two. Any leftovers (which, considering how many posters are in this show, should be considerable) will be sold online via @MondoNews on Twitter.
Oh, and if you were curious how busy the opening was? Here’s a video a friend sent me of the end of the line 3 hours before the gallery opened.