Mondo SDCC 2019 Exclusive Prints

San Diego Comic-Con is nearly upon us, and Mondo is bringing another impressive collection of prints to the convention that will pay tribute to some of your favorite movies. We’re pleased to debut some of the Marvel prints that will be debuting at the convention. They include a couple pieces for Ant-Man and the Wasp, one honoring the Golden Age of Marvel Comics, and a sketch-style print of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s mostly deadly villain. Check out our exclusive Mondo SDCC prints below. Read More »

Gabz Art Gallery Show - Captain America: The First Avenger

The work of pop culture artist Gabz has paid tribute to some of our most favorite movies of all-time. Previously, he’s tackled the original Star Wars trilogy and the Indiana Jones trilogy, both in the same style. But soon we’ll get to see a variety of different prints from the artist.

Gabz (real name Grzegorz Domaradzki) is getting a solo gallery show from Bottleneck Gallery and Grey Matter Art titled I Am Gabz!. The collection of new prints includes “a wildly ambitious mixture or prints and detailed originals from pop culture touchstones that have personally affected him throughout his life.” We’re proud to debut a few of his new prints that pay tribute to Captain America, Thor and Hulk, three of the original Avengers. Get a look at some of the pieces in  the Gabz art gallery show below. Read More »


The licensing agreement between Disney and Sony over Spider-Man means that Disney makes the majority of the merchandising sales, which gives no incentive for Sony to create cool merchandise for the Spider-Man films. This is a shame, especially with Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, which was my favorite film of 2018. Thankfully Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles has teamed with Grey Matter art to present an official tribute exhibition for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. What that means is that some cool original art and collectible prints have been produced for this fantastic film.

We attended the grand opening of the “What’s Up, Danger? The Into the Spider-Verse Tribute Show” on Saturday, June 29, 2019, at the gallery, and have video and photos from the show. Also, find out how you can get your hand on some of these impressive pieces of art.

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The Dark Knight Poster by Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos

This year doesn’t mark a special anniversary for Christopher Nolan‘s acclaimed Batman sequel The Dark Knight, but that’s not stopping Bottleneck Gallery and artist Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos from honoring the comic book movie with a print that brings all of the key characters together in one image. And you can pick one up today. Read More »

Superman Flyby storyboards

Before the Snyder Cut of Justice League somehow became fanboys’ biggest “what if” obsession in DC movie history, another film that held that position was Superman: Flyby, a script from the early 2000s that was written by J.J. Abrams and set to be directed by McG before the project was scrapped and Superman Returns flew into theaters instead. The stories about Flyby are infamous (its plot is totally bonkers), and a popular article published on Ain’t It Cool News which completely eviscerated the script may be partially responsible for the movie never being made.

Somehow, all these years later, this movie that doesn’t even exist is still surprising us. Case in point: Peter Ramsey, one of the directors of last year’s brilliant Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, worked as a storyboard artist on Flyby, and he recently posted some storyboards from one of the project’s fight scenes.
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Amblin art show

Bottleneck Gallery, one of the world’s best pop culture poster purveyors, is teaming with Vice Press for a new Amblin art show called Amblinesque, which pays tribute to the movies of director Steven Spielberg and his Amblin production company. Talented artists Matt Ferguson and Foley have created some spectacular new takes on films like Back to the Future, Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Gremlinsand E.T. Check out a few of the new posters below. Read More »

Matt Ferguson Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Print

Pop culture artist Matt Ferguson already gave Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 the perfect poster with a nod to the classic art for The Empire Strikes Back. It went perfectly with his first poster for the original Guardians of the Galaxy designed in the style of the classic Star Wars poster artwork. But now he’s delivered something entirely different for the Marvel Studios sequel.

Bottleneck Gallery and Grey Matter Art have teamed up with Matt Ferguson for a new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 print that goes on sale today. The good news is that there’s a timed edition that you have a few days to order, and it has some awesome glow in the dark elements too. Check out the Matt Ferguson Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 print below. Read More »

nightmare on elm street prints

Bottleneck Gallery has just unveiled a series of gorgeous Nightmare on Elm Street prints from artist Matthew Peak, and they’re a must-have for any Freddy fan. The prints feature the original poster art for the first Nightmare on Elm Street movie, as well as new art created for Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare. See the Nightmare on Elm Street prints below.

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Cuyler Smith Trading Cards

Gallery 1988 unleashed a new show this past weekend, and for all you collectible fans out there, artist Cuyler Smith is back with another installment of his Trading Cards artwork. This is the fourth solo show that has taken various athletes and sports from film and television and given fictional characters their own trading cards, just as if they were available in the store to buy. Check out the latest Cuyler Smith trading cards collection below, and find out how to get them. Read More »

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Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker Concept Art

Before the release of every episode of the primary Star Wars saga, there’s a collection of books leading up to the arrival of the film itself. This year is no different as the Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker line-up of books has just been announced. But that’s not what the coolest revelation is today.

Like every Star Wars movie hitting theaters, there will be The Art of Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker book that arrives around the time the movie hits theaters. Not only was the release date of this book announced today, but the cover art reveals what could be an insane, unbelievable lightsaber battle that us unlike any that the saga has ever seen. Check it out below. Read More »