The D23 Expo begins Friday in Anaheim, CA and /Film will be on the scene. We’re expecting to learn tons more about Frozen, The Good Dinosaur, Tomorrowland and maybe even Star Wars Episode VII. We’ll have updates here on the site as soon as possible, so keep checking back.
The only thing that may slow those updates down is the awesome Disney merchandise that’s on sale at the event. Since it only happens every two years, Disney retailers go all out for the Expo, creating all kinds of exclusive content. Toys, pins, hats, shirts and – you knew it was coming – posters. Acme Archives, which has the official Disney license, is releasing some very cool art for the event, including an awesome Ducktales poster, a new Star Wars painting and more. Check them out below. Read More »
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For the past few days, we’ve been drawing (pun intended) your attention to ton awesome exclusive art that’ll be available at San Diego Comic-Con. We’re shown you Mondo, Marvel, some movies, and if you read Page 2 or Superhero Bits, there have been several peppered in there too. With Comic-Con officially kicking off Wednesday night, we figured it was a good time to do show you a bunch more. This should, hopefully, help fans who are heading to San Diego find some cool pieces to target, and also give fans outside San Diego lots of variety to click through.
Gallery 1988 has a booth with some very cool exclusives including some official Sharknado posters and The Shining by Mark Englert. Olly Moss will be sharing a booth with Mike Mitchell and Scott Campbell, and each will be selling exclusive video game, movie and comic book art. Kevin Tong will debut some new work including Fritz Lang‘s Metropolis. Acme Archives has a ton of exclusives include some great Simpsons and Power Rangers stuff and Nerd HQ will debut their insane, star-studded Nerds Versus Aliens art work which will be available for charity.
Check out a huge gallery of images below. Read More »
Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and now Return of the Jedi. On the eve of the film’s thirtieth anniversary, artist Dave Perillo has finally completed his trilogy of original Star Wars Trilogy posters for Acme Archives. Like the other two, Jedi is a 12 x 36 inch screenprint in an edition of 250 and it goes on sale next Friday, May 31. Below, check out the full image and what it might look like if you have all three of these posters framed side by side. Read More »
Bounty hunters, giant worms and the biggest reveal in movie history. Artist Dave Perillo strikes back with his second Star Wars poster. Back in February, the artist released an awesome poster for Star Wars and now he’s completed the sequel, The Empire Strikes Back. Acme Archives is releasing the 12 x 36 inch silkscreen in an edition of 250 on April 19. It’s comprised of all your favorite scenes from what’s widely considered the best of the six Star Wars films. Check it out, exclusively, below. Read More »
The Simpsons has long been a holy grail for art galleries and poster houses. It’s a franchise many of us have grown up with, loved, and perhaps even been obsessed with at some point. That makes it a natural subject for pop-culture artists.
On that note, /Film is proud and excited to reveal the first in Acme Archives‘ ongoing series of officially licensed Simpsons screenprints: Dancin’ Homer by Dave Perillo. It’s a 12 x 24 print in an edition of 250, and it goes on sale Tuesday April 9 at a random time. Check out the full piece below, along with a short interview with the artist. Read More »
It seems the coolest thing about Star Wars these days is not liking Star Wars. Bashing George Lucas and what has become of the Star Wars universe is certainly the latest craze and anyone who comes out and says they’re still a Star Wars fan probably feels like, well, what actual Star Wars fans felt like before 1997. In that long stretch between Return of the Jedi and the Special Editions, Star Wars wasn’t as despised as it may be now, but it certainly wasn’t cool like it was when the prequels came out.
So, it’s a testament to the long lasting positive legacy of the franchise that artists continue to design posters inspired by the series. There’s the awesome series now happening over at Mondo Tees, a whole bunch of minimalist stuff and now we have some really cool Star Wars tourism posters by artist Steve Thomas and released by Acme Archives Direct (they’re the cool art booth on the back wall at San Diego Comic-Con, if you’ve ever been). It’s an eight print series but only the first two have been released. The other six will be released two at a time over the next few months. Hit the jump for print specifics, full versions and a sneak peak at the remaining prints in the series. Read More »
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