The Raid 2 Print

Almost two years ago to the day, artists Josan Gonzalez and Laurie Greasley released a Where’s Waldo-esque print called “The Raid” that combined a ton of iconic sci-fi characters, monsters, robots and more into a single image. Now they’re back with a sequel called “The Raid 2: Incident on Line 13,” and not only have they brought in even more sci-fi elements, but they’ve added a slew of iconic horror slashers, creatures and characters.

See how long it takes you to find Snake Plissken aiming at Jason Voorhees in The Raid 2 print below. Read More »

Prospect movie

In 1977 and 1978, Topps published the first official Star Wars trading card series. Now a new sci-fi movie called Prospect is looking to capture the vibe of those old Star Wars cards with their own set made to look like they were released during that same era. Watch the trailer for Prospect (which stars Jay Duplass, Sophie Thatcher, and Pedro Pascal) and a closer look at these cards below. Read More »

Planet of the Apes - Durieux

Celebrated artist Laurent Durieux has a new solo art show coming up at the Mondo Gallery, and today we’re thrilled to debut his take on one of the most iconic science fiction films in history: 1968’s Planet of the Apes. Check out Durieux’s Planet of the Apes poster (and its variant edition) below. Read More »

A Quiet Place Mondo poster

People weren’t expecting much from A Quiet Place when it was first announced, but John Krasinski‘s high concept horror film took Hollywood by storm when it debuted earlier this year. With its great story hook, quick pacing, excellent performances, and memorable sound design, it’s still one of my favorite films of 2018 so far.

It only makes sense for a film that like to get the Mondo treatment, and now artist Matt Ryan Tobin has reimagined one of the movie’s most effective visuals in the very first A Quiet Place Mondo poster. Check it out below.
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New Jason Edmiston Halloween Prints

Jason Edmiston is one of the most renowned pop culture artists working today thanks to his famous Eyes Without a Face series of paintings and prints that focus in on the eyes of various characters from film, television, video games and more. Some of his most coveted work has been created in honor of the original Halloween, and now he’s released two new prints in his ongoing series that pay tribute to the new Halloween that has won the box office two weekends in a row. And the good news is they won’t be anywhere near as hard to get as Jason Edmiston’s work usually is.

Check out the new Jason Edmiston Halloween prints below. Read More »

Laurent Durieux Mondo art show

Four years ago, artist Laurent Durieux had his first solo exhibition at Mondo in Austin, Texas. Next month, fans are finally getting a sequel.

Keep reading to see three pieces from his upcoming show, “The Art of Laurent Durieux Part Two,” including his takes on Francis Ford Coppola‘s Apocalypse Now, Stanley Kubrick‘s The Shining, and James Cameron‘s Titanic.

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scott c halloween prints

It’s spooky season, which means it’s the perfect time for artist Scott C. to debut his new Halloween-themed Great Showdown prints. These Scott C, Halloween prints — which go on sale for only 24 hours today — may be a little too cute to give you nightmares, but you may get a chill from seeing some of your favorite horror movies drawn in the artist’s distinct, whimsical style.

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Hero Complex Gallery Halloween 40 Art Show

This week marks the release of Halloween, the direct sequel to the original 1978 slasher of the same name that turned John Carpenter into a horror legend. Perhaps even more legendary is the killer at the center of the entire Halloween franchise, The Shape himself, Michael Myers. And a new art show from Hero Complex Gallery celebrates the 40th anniversary of the original Halloween and the pure evil killer who has struck terror into the hearts of so many.

Check out some of the pieces from the the Hero Complex Gallery Halloween 40 art show below. Read More »

Gallery 1988 Production Placement 2018

Some movies and TV shows are so iconic that even the fake products from them become well known. That’s why Gallery 1988 put together a second edition of their Product Placement show honoring some of the most beloved fake products from film and television.

For the Gallery 1988 Product Placement 2018 show, artists like Danny Haas, Dave Perillo, Doug LaRocca, Joel Hunter, Jen Taylor, Nathan Ebersole, Ryan Brinkerhoff and many more creating posters, advertisements and more pay tribute to things like the Remembrall from Harry Potter, Snake Juice from Parks and Recreation, the night vision goggles from Jurassic Park and much more. Read More »

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Pop culture art

Los Angeles-based Hero Complex Gallery, one of the nation’s best places to purchase pop culture art, recently completed a trip across the country to New York Comic Con to sell some exclusive art prints for movies like Minority Report, The Lost Boys, Stand By Me, Predator, and many more. Now that the convention is over, the gallery has made its full collection available to all online, and we’ve gathered a few of our favorite selections below. Read More »