It seems like just last week when we saw our first limited-edition screenprint for Ducktales. Actually, it was three weeks ago. But Scrooge’s money pit has opened and Mondo is celebrating everyone’s favorite ’90s Disney cartoon, and the recent video game re-release, with six brand new posters. Check them out below. Read More »
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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 »
Video games and movies have gone hand in hand for a while. Movies have increasingly looked toward the gaming industry for inspiration and story properties, while video games have become increasingly cinematic as they stress good storytelling along with cool graphics and gameplay. That trend has spread into the art world too, where some of the most popular artists in the movie poster game have begun to make art based on video games.
Nowhere is that better seen than at the Los Angeles iam8bit gallery, which debuts its latest video game centric show on June 7: The iam8bit Entertainment System. Over 80 artists from across the globe have tackled all kinds of popular game properties. /Film is proud to give you a sampling of work in the show. We also have the exclusive debuts of work by artists Olly Moss, JC Richard and the team at Phantom City Creative. Each is probably best known for the work with Mondo or Gallery 1988, but here they’ve each tackled old-school video games with their own unique style and sensibility. Check out their work, and much more, below. Read More »
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