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The above poster, by artist Anthony Petrie and commissioned by Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, is a limited edition of 100 and we have four copies to give away exclusively to /Film readers. They won’t be available to purchase anywhere on the primary market. After the jump, find out how to enter. Read More »
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We’ve got a bunch of cool movie art for you today. The Academy and Gallery1988 commissioned a small group of artists to create original screen prints inspired by this year’s nine Best Picture nominees. After the jump you can see some of them, including:
AMOUR by artist Matt Owen, ARGO by Anthony Petrie, BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD by Rich Kelly, DJANGO UNCHAINED by Mark Englert, LES MISÉRABLES by Phantom City Creative, LINCOLN by Jeff Boyes, LIFE OF PI by Tom Whalen, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK by Joshua Budich and ZERO DARK THIRTY by Godmachine.
Gallery1988 has tweeted that “this is just the start” and there will be “more soon” including a tweet teasing the appearance of popular artist Olly Moss. The G1988 x The Academy show will run February 14th to the 17, with more details coming soon. See the first batch of art after the jump.
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When Judd Apatow‘s R-rated comedies started making hundreds of millions of dollars, Hollywood took notice and emulated them left and right. But fans knew that the director of The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up had been making us laugh long before that. He helmed two of the most underrated network series of all time, Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared; produced films like The Cable Guy and Anchorman; and worked on TV shows such as The Critic and The Larry Sanders Show. This was a comedic genius that deserved all the praise heaped upon him.
In celebration of his latest film, This is 40, Gallery 1988 Melrose in Los Angeles is hosting a Judd Apatow tribute show featuring art based on films he had a hand in. So, in addition to everything mentioned above, there’s also art inspired by Superbad, Pineapple Express, Talladega Nights, Walk Hard, and Step Brothers. The show opens Tuesday December 4 and remains on display through December 30.
After the jump, check out a ton of art from the show from artists such as Glen Brogan, Todd Slater, Joshua Budich, Jason Liwag, Jason Edminston, Dave Perillo, Anthony Petrie, Jeff Boyes, Joey Spiotto and others, including some exclusives, and find out how you can attend. Read More »
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If you aren’t totally caught up with AMC’s Breaking Bad, I urge you not to check out the latest piece of art from the Breaking Bad Art Project. It’s of a major, major spoiler concerning that happens in the latest season’s finale. However, if you are caught up, I’m sure you have an idea exactly what awaits you below if I say it concerns Gus (Giancarlo Esposito). The above image is just a small, non-spoiler, sliver.
The Breaking Bad Art Project is a viral campaign that’s revealing one piece of art per week leading up to this summer’s final season premiere of Breaking Bad. This third poster is by relative newcomer Anthony Petrie, who just so happened to do my favorite piece in the recent Avengers Assemble art show as well. He’s one to watch, as is this show. Check out the poster below. Read More »