Mondo is returning to San Diego Comic Con International this year with a bunch of new exclusives, some of which we already showed you and even some Mondo Collectibles prototypes like the Godzilla statue that made its debut yesterday on /Film. Two new posters have made it online ahead of the 2015 Con: Escape from New York by Ken Taylor and Jaws by Nico Delort. Check out both of these Comic Con exclusive Mondo posters, after the jump.
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Screenprinted movie posters continued to explode in 2014. I drool over so many posters every year, it’s very difficult to pick favorites. With movies, at least you know what you like and you don’t like. Why something works and why something doesn’t. Physical art is more subjective. Some art just hits people one way and others another. Such it is with pop culture posters. Maybe I love one subject more than another and that makes the art seem better. Maybe the art is absolutely incredible but, if I don’t connect with the subject, it’s harder to appreciate. Long story short, ranking them in any definitive ways seems futile.
That said, we figured it would be fun to at least call out a few of coolest screenprinted movie posters of 2014. Fifteen personal favorites that stand out, for one reason or another, to me. Posters are are beautiful, unique and make me remember their subject in a new, vivid way. Check out my favorite screenprinted movie posters of 2014 after the jump. Read More »
The Alamo Drafthouse offshoot Mondo has premiered two posters for The Hobbit today: Ken Taylor’s poster for “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” and Nicolas Delort’s poster for “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”. See both of The Hobbit Mondo poster prints after the jump.
UPDATE: They also just revealed Aaron Horkey‘s poster for The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring a poster fans have been waiting for for sometime. It’s beautiful and also below.
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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 »
Popular and talented artist Ken Taylor will have his first solo show at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas this week. After our exclusive debut from the show, a ton of new posters have now been revealed. Posters for Frankenstein, Predator, Fight Club, Das Boot and Catwoman join Children of Men and Little Shop of Horrors to comprise a good portion of what fans and collectors will get to see come Friday May 30. Check out images from the Ken Taylor Mondo show below. Read More »
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Few artists in the poster world are as in demand as Ken Taylor. The Australian artist is not only one of the most popular names on the Mondo roster, he does posters for many of the biggest bands touring today. Taylor’s gorgeous, realistic, striking style has made instant collectibles of posters for Halloween, Alice in Wonderland, Man of Steel, Jurassic Park, and Breaking Bad. Now he’s tackling even more.
Though Taylor had a paired show at Mondo last year, and triple at Phone Booth the year before that, on May 30, he’s soon having his first solo show at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas. The show, simply called The Art of Ken Taylor, will feature posters for lots of recognizable films, many of which Mondo has never tackled before.
To whet your whistle, we’re excited to exclusively debut Taylor’s poster for Alfonso Cuaron‘s Children of Men and also a take on Frank Oz‘s musical, Little Shop of Horrors. Read more about the solo Ken Taylor Mondo show below. Read More »
My mind just exploded. Every year, the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas hosts a massive art exhibit during South by Southwest but, this year they’ve outdone themselves. They’re teaming with Oh My Disney for a show called Nothing’s Impossible, and it’s all art based on Disney properties.
The show opens March 7 and remains open until March 11. It’ll feature new works by Ken Taylor, Martin Ansin, Kevin Tong, Tom Whalen, Aaron Horkey, Daniel Danger, JC Richard, Mike Mitchell, just a murderer’s row of amazing artists. Only one piece has been revealed, Alice in Wonderland by Ken Taylor, which you can see in part above. Check it out in full below along with all the info. Read More »
Sure, Mondo does posters for some of the biggest movies: Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Back to the Future and others. But the Austin-based company is at their absolute best when they make posters for smaller movies. This week, they’re back on that kick. The incomparable Ken Taylor has tackled Spike Jonze‘s Where The Wild Things Are, and Matt Taylor (no relation) tackled Rian Johnson‘s Brick. Both go on sale Thursday. Check out the images below. Read More »
Miramax is now selling the art Ken Taylor created for the Tarantino XX DVD/Blu-ray set as a series of limited edition silkscreened prints. They have released five prints in all which span Quentin Tarantino‘s Miramax film career. Each print is silkscreened on 24 x 35 130lb acid free paper stock using archival quality inks, and is individually hand numbered edition of only 500. Check out the full size images after the jump.
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