Since Solo: A Star Wars Story ended up being a box office disappointment, it’s not likely that we’re going to get a sequel, and that’s coming from the film’s co-writer Jon Kasdan. But if the story arc that began in the spin-off were to continue, it would be awesome if it ended up making Lando Calrissian even more prominent. Apparently artist Peter Stults thought the same thing, which is why he used his quarantine time to make a trio of posters for a film series called The Calrissian Chronicles. Check out the Lando Calrissian trilogy posters and all the cool details within them below. Read More »
It’s a shame we won’t have any new episodes of The Mandalorian to watch until later this year, especially since the series will bring Ahsoka Tano into the live-action Star Wars universe in the second season. But while we wait for the return of the series on Disney+, artists Dave Perillo and Christian Waggoner have unveiled new The Mandalorian posters going on sale today.
Dave Perillo has come through with two prints for the second and third episodes from the first season, “The Child” and “The Sin.” Meanwhile, Christian Waggoner has delivered what might be the best piece of art featuring the little guy lovingly referred to as Baby Yoda. And they’re all officially licensed by Acme Archives. Check out The Mandalorian prints from Bottleneck Gallery below. Read More »
Canada is known for giving us maple syrup and Ryan Reynolds, not to mention their undying love for hockey and inexplicably endless politeness. But when I think of Canada, there are two lovable hosers that come to mind, and that’s beer-chugging, hockey-loving brothers Bob and Doug McKenzie, played by Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis in both the Canadian sketch comedy series SCTV (or Second City Television) and the cult classic comedy feature film Strange Brew. Now the knuckleheads from the Great White North have been immortalized as statues in Edmonton, Canada. Read More »
With all the chaos happening in the world right now, we need heroes. Thankfully, there are plenty of those in the medical profession who are doing everything they can to save as many lives as possible. But it doesn’t hurt to take solace in fictional superheroes, especially when they’re crafted so majestically by a great artist.
Bottleneck Gallery is releasing two new Wonder Woman prints today with stunning artwork by Ann Bembi. Each is a portrait of Gal Gadot as the DC Comics superhero, and they both look like they belong in a museum. One of the prints gives us the electrified, super-powered version of Wonder Woman from the first movie. The other features Diana of Themyscira in the new Golden Eagle armor from Wonder Woman 1984. They’re both incredible and will be on sale this morning. Read More »
Mondo was set to unveil a monster-sized gallery show at SXSW devoted to Godzilla. And then the coronavirus came to town and stomped all over that plan. But the art still exists, and now it’s coming to the Mondo website starting tomorrow, March 19. Ahead of the official release some of the Mondo Godzilla art has been revealed online, and you can take a look at it below.
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Every industry across the board is taking a hit from the coronavirus, but one of the biggest hit may be the freelance artist community, who depend on conventions and big events to promote their artwork and sell to the public. With conventions and galleries closed for the foreseeable future, /Film wanted to give a boost to struggling artists who were badly hit by coronavirus cancelations. Check out a few of them below and please let us know of any other artists who are struggling right now.
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Since Parasite is not only one of the most critically acclaimed movies of 2019, but also won Best Picture at the Academy Awards, it’s likely to be commemorated by plenty of pop culture artists in the coming months and years. But the film’s distributor NEON is already ahead of the game with two Parasite poster prints by artist Greg Ruth that you can get your hands on for a limited time. The prints depict the rich Park family and the poor Kim family, using Mrs. Park (Cho Yeo Jeong) and Mr. Kim (Song Kang Ho) as the focal points. Read More »
For almost a decade now, Scott Campbell — best known to his fans as Scott C — has been painting “the greatest confrontations in film history” in a series he has dubbed his “Great Showdowns” series. Now, Campbell may have just released his greatest showdown of all: the epic battle sequence from Avengers: Endgame. Campbell has debuted a first look at his Avengers Endgame watercolor painting, which will be the centerpiece of his upcoming Los Angeles art exhibit “Legend of the Great Showdowns.” Check it out below.
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We’ve been fans of artist and illustrator Jeff Victor for a long time here at /Film. We’ve especially enjoyed his “Pop Culture Evolutions” series, an illustrated timeline of famous pop culture characters as they change through the years. Now he’s compiling his most recent work into a new book called Evolutions: The Art of Jeff Victor, and he’s turning to Kickstarter to fund it. Check out his video pitch below, and find out what kinds of rewards you can get for helping to make the book a reality.
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There are countless art prints for Back to the Future out there in the world, many of them for the original movie that introduced us to Marty McFly, Doc Brown and the time traveling DeLorean. But as a fan of the whole trilogy from director Robert Zemeckis, what I really like is when an artist creates a set of posters that represents the entire franchise with unifying imagery. Artist Andy Fairhurst has teamed up with Bottleneck Gallery for a new Back to the Future trilogy print set that satisfies all of that criteria. See it below! Read More »