In the world of pop culture art, there are a handful of titles that are explored ad-nauseum. Films like The Thing, Jurassic Park, Star Wars, Halloween etc. are so revered, there are literally dozens of different interpretations by different artists.
Today, however, we have posters for two multiple Oscar-winning classics that rarely get the pop culture treatment: Casablanca and The Usual Suspects. Check them out below. Read More »
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Odds are, when you woke up this morning you didn’t think, “I hope I see a really cool new poster for that film that really creeped me out as a child.”
Odd City Entertainment has teamed up with Wisconsin-based artist Mark Lone to make a poster for The Secret of Nimh, the 1982 animated film directed by Don Bluth. It’s the story of the heroic rat Mrs. Brisby and the incredible lengths she goes to save her ailing child. Those lengths include some imagery that would probably garner a PG-13 in today’s world, but were rated G back in ’82.
Much of that imagery is on display in this jaw-dropping 10 color screen print which goes on sale Thursday August 8. Get more info, and check out the full image below. Read More »
Guillermo del Toro‘s Pacific Rim is now in theaters and for the past few weeks, one thing has been made abundantly clear. No film in recent memory has sparked the imaginations of graphic artists quite like this one. We’ve posted multiple articles featuring gorgeous art inspired by the film and now there’s even more to behold.
At Comic-Con Mondo will introduce a brand new artist, Ash Thorpe, with a striking, two poster take on the film. Odd City Entertainment ends their ongoing series with popular artist Todd Slater and Chogrin has brought together a ton of artists who just wanted to make art based on the movie.
Below, check out a whole bunch of new Pacific Rim-inspired art. Read More »
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The official trailers and posters for Guillermo Del Toro‘s Pacific Rim have promised exciting visuals the likes of which we’ve never seen before. Dark, neon hues blasted over the cities of the world as colorful, 25-story robots battle massive alien monsters. The potential iconography is staggering and new poster company Odd City Entertainment is capitalizing on it.
Odd City Entertainment has secured an official license to create posters for Pacific Rim and just revealed the first of five images leading up to the July 12 release. It’s by Grzegorz Domaradzki, aka Gabz, and that’ll be followed by more posters by Todd Slater, NE, Gordon Jones and Graham Erwin.
Check out three versions of the Gabz poster below along with the IMAX poster. Read More »