Artist Craig Drake has returned with his fifth solo art show at Hero Complex Gallery, and with it comes a stellar collection of new posters created by the artist in his signature style.
The new Craig Drake art honors some of the strongest, fiercest, feistiest and most memorable females in films like Blade Runner, The Empire Strikes Back, Beetlejuice, Basic Instinct Kingsman: The Secret Service and Lost in Translation. But it also keys in on characters like RoboCop, Mad Max, and more. Plus, there are two other great Star Wars prints that will catch your eye. Read More »
One of the most beloved pop culture artists is Tyler Stout. His unique detailed style is a favorite among collectors, but the artist rarely produces new work to be sold to the masses, so whenever he chooses to release a piece, it’s kind of a big deal. However, his latest screenprint is a little more obscure than you might expect.
Tyler Stout has created a print for True Romance, the 1993 romantic crime film directed by Tony Scott and written by Quentin Tarantino, using his signature style that fans can recognize anywhere. Check out the full print and get details on the price, different versions and edition sizes below. Read More »
Every year, Gallery 1988 hosts a new edition of their Crazy 4 Cult art show with artists creating prints, paintings, sculptures and other creations in honor of movies from all genres that have a cult following, whether it’s rather large or very small. This year’s brings the 12th iteration of the show featuring artwork paying tribute to movies like The Iron Giant, The Blues Brothers, Back to the Future, Taxi Driver, What We Do in the Shadows, Trainspotting, Gremlins, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Great Outdoors and many more.
Check out some of our favorite pieces from the Crazy 4 Cult 12 art show below. Read More »
Gallery 1988 debuted a new art show over the weekend featuring works from Jeff Boyes and Dan Mumford, each of them honoring some beloved films from decades past. Jeff Boyes focuses on films like Wayne’s World, Gleaming the Cube, and Dumb & Dumber. Meanwhile, Dan Mumford tackled the likes of The Crow, Terminator and First Blood. But both of them did their own tribute to Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.
Check out some of our favorite pieces from the Gallery 1988 Lost Days art show below. Read More »
Christmas is right around the corner, and if you’re still struggling with what to get that movie lover in your life, a recently released batch of prints paying tribute to movies like Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Blade Runner and Die Hard are available for purchase today.
Get details on each of the prints and find out where and when you can get them below. Read More »
It’s been a few years since Parks and Recreation came a close, leaving the Pawnee National Park in the fully capable hands of none other than Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman). And if you’ve been hoping to commemorate that beautiful moment when the government naysayer finally got his dream job in his hometown, then we have good news.
Shortly after Parks and Recreation came to an end, artist Mark Englert teamed up with Bottleneck Gallery to release a limited edition poster celebrating Pawnee National Park. It sold out pretty quickly and it’s been quite the coveted print among collectors for some time. But now you have your chance to get your hands on an official reprint of the beautiful piece in question, and your money will go to support the Los Angeles Fire Department as they continue to battle the devastating wildfires in California. Read More »
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 »
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 »
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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 »
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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