Earlier this Summer it was revealed that Mondo would be teaming up with ACME Archives to produce licensed prints based on the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises. Today I’m excited to tell you that Mondo has now struck a partnership with Cyclops Print Works, the company behind the amazing Disney prints from the past couple years. And we get to premiere the first collaboration exclusively:
In honor of The Jungle Book‘s Blu-Ray release on August 30th, 2016, Cyclops and Mondo have teamed up to release a print by artist Daniel Danger. We’ve featured Danger’s work many times over the years, and the atmospheric beauty has definitely made him one of our favorites. Hit the jump to see Daniel Danger’s The Jungle Book print and find out how you can get your hands on one of these bad boys.
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Legendary opened the Comic Con preview night by hosting a little talk with Warcraft director Duncan Jones in the studio’s booth (we’ll have that up shortly) but Legendary is also here to promote Guillermo del Toro‘s upcoming film Crimson Peak. On that front, Legendary released two poster designs created by Mondo. One is a sheet by Daniel Danger, printed in two different colorways; the other is by Guy Davis. Check out both Crimson Peak Mondo posters below. Read More »
This weekend, the limited edition pop culture art craze hits its zenith with MondoCon. It’s the first, and hopefully not last convention put on by the Austin, Texas based company best known for highly collectible posters, LPs, VHS tapes and now toys. We’ve already let you in on a bunch of what’s going down at the event, which takes place September 20 & 21 at The Marchesa Hall & Theater in Austin, TX, and now we can exclusively reveal some more of the good stuff – POSTERS!
All of Mondo’s posters are screen printed. As a special treat for the fans at the Con, the Industry Print Shop will be on the floor of MondoCon. They’ll be live screenprinting t-shirts on demand by artists Daniel Danger, Mike Mignola, Rob Jones, Francesco Francavilla and Geof Darrow, plus they’ll be doing posters. Four posters in fact.
Live on the floor of MondoCon, the Industry Print Shop will be live screenprinting prints by Daniel Danger, Bryan Lee O’Malley, Mike Mignola and Rob Jones/Ken Taylor. Attendees can pre-order the MondoCon posters Tuesday, September 16. Below, see the full images of all four MondoCon posters and read more information. Read More »
Before Ben Affleck becomes Batman, he’s getting his own Mondo poster series. The company just revealed they’ve got a new series of limited edition prints coming up, based on the director’s previous films Gone Baby Gone, The Town and Argo. Here’s what the actor/director said about the company:
I’ve always loved Mondo and their passion for film, as well as their talented stable of artists. I was initially drawn by their ability to offer a unique perspective on so many beloved films and am thrilled to see my films become the newest additions to their work.
While we love the blockbuster and cult films the company usually targets, immortalizing Affleck’s small dramas feels likes a smart, surprising departure. Check out the images below. Read More »
Poster fans had two hours blocked off this Black Friday morning as Mondo promised several surprise drops via their Twitter account. As usual, they didn’t disappoint. Olly Moss joined the Universal Monsters club with his rendition of The Bride of Frankenstein, Daniel Danger celebrated the opening of Hitchcock with a stunning depiction of Psycho, Todd Slater captured the essence of RoboCop and Gianmarco Magnani (Silence TV) continued the Mondo Back to the Future series with the futuristic sequel, Back to the Future Part II. Check out all the posters below. Read More »
Movies aren’t the only properties getting the limited edition poster treatment at San Diego Comic-Con this year. Literature is getting its due as well. Mondo is releasing a special three print “mini-series” of George R.R. Martin‘s Game of Thrones, though the focus is really on the HBO show. Then, talented artist Kevin Tong will be releasing stunning new prints based on the H.G. Wells works The War of the Worlds and The Time Machine. Check them all out and find out how and where to get them after the jump. Read More »
Why is Batman standing on top of a Jiffy Lube? How can you read Scott Pilgrim in color? Want to read a psychology report on Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s character in The Dark Knight Rises? Looking for a gorgeous, hi-res Amazing Spider-Man wallpaper before tomorrow’s opening of the film? Where is Batman running around in the funniest parody video yet? Is a theme park prepping a Justice League ride? Has Marc Webb seen the 25 minute cut of The Amazing Spider-Man? Which actors should play Ant-Man or directors direct Guardians of the Galaxy? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
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Monday we exclusively revealed something extremely exciting for Breaking Bad fans. An online, viral marketing campaign (or ARG, alternate reality game) was launched over at BreakingGifs.com that will eventually reveal 16 pieces of high end, limited edition art by some of today’s most well-known artists leading up to the premiere of the final season of the show this summer.
The event began Wednesday night in New York City as Hood Internet took the stage, only to be joined by Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) who helped reveal a URL. At that URL lay the first piece of art in the series, a scene from the pilot episode by Daniel Danger. This 12 x 36 inch beauty called My Name Is Walter Hartwell White will be up for sale today, Thursday and only 300 will ever be made. Check it out below as well as a video from the event. Read More »
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The reason why a movie like The Muppets works so well is the characters and ideas are something many of us grew up with. From as far back as we can remember, humans interacting with puppets was no big thing. In fact, it was something many of us dreamed about. Characters like Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo and Fozzy were more than just puppets, they were living things and a part of our lives.
Since The Muppets is now in theaters (read the review here), it seems like a good time to post a similarly themed short film co-directed by one of /Film’s favorite artists, Daniel Danger (he of awesome art like this, this and this). Created for the Boston 2011 48 Hour Film Festival, How They Felt is seven minute movie about a man’s troubled marriage to a muppet and how certain things in life supersede those problems. Read More »
There’s something incredibly exciting about the phrase “anything is possible.” Waiting for something that could be anything is an exercise for your imagination. That infinite possibility, coupled with wild speculation and prediction, is ninety percent of the fun of Mondo’s Mystery Movies.
Mondo, as you may know, is the ever-growing poster boutique associated with the Alamo Drafthouse. In April Mondo began a project called Mystery Movies. People buy a ticket for a movie that won’t be announced until they’re in the theater. That is coupled with a limited edition poster that will only ever be available at the event. So imagine buying a ticket to one of these things and speculating what it could be. You throw out suggestions with your fellow attendees, laughing at wild ones and nodding at more likely ones. Finally, you sit down for the film and all is revealed. Does it live up to your expectations?
After two events in their hometown of Austin, Texas, the Mondo Mystery Movie hit the road for the first time ever featuring six different mystery movies over one weekend at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles. What were the films? What did the posters look like? What was the experience like? And did the event live up to our wildest expectations? Find out after the jump. Read More »