Next month brings the release of the Ghostbusters: Artbook, a collection of outstanding artwork celebrating the original 1984 sci-fi comedy about four paranormal exterminators who end up saving New York City from a supernatural disaster of biblical proportions. Over 170 artists contributed a variety of interpretations of the characters, ghosts, gadgets and more from the iconic film, and Insight Editions provided us with an early look at the incredible spread of glossy artwork in the 208-page book. Read More »
There are so many Star Wars prints out in the world, and just when you think that you’ve got all the art you need inspired by a galaxy far, far away, another artist comes along and pulls you back in again. This time, that artist is Florey, and today Bottleneck Gallery and Acme Archives are releasing two sets of Star Wars trilogy prints inspired by A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, each one focusing on a significant moment centered on Luke Skywalker. They look amazing. Read More »
With all of us stuck at home with nothing more to do than stare at our blank walls, Bottleneck Gallery and Eyeland Prints may have just granted the wish that our hearts make. Bottleneck and Eyeland have teamed up to present two enchanting new Disney prints from George Caltsoudas that give the royal treatment to iconic Disney villain Maleficent and beloved Disney princess Cinderella. The two stunning prints will go on sale today at 12 P.M. EST at Bottleneck Gallery. But keep an eye on the clock: the prints are limited editions.
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Since we’re all stuck at home right now, there’s no better time to start collecting some new pop culture art for your walls. If you’re a fan of Lord of the Rings and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Bottleneck Gallery has you covered with a collection of outstanding new prints from artists Gerry Cleary, Matt Dye, Cliff Cramp and James Bousema.
The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles prints feature both the original 1990 live-action movie and the beloved animated series. Meanwhile, a batch of Lord of the Rings prints give a stunning tribute to the breathtaking landscapes of the Middle-earth trilogy while another set features the fiery Balrog from the Mines of Moria. Check out all of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Lord of the Rings prints below. Read More »
Batman: The Animated Series has served as an inspiration for artists like Mondo regular Phantom City Creative for years, and it’s easy to see why: the show is widely, and correctly, acknowledged as one of the best animated series of all time, and it’s full of incredible characters and imagery which are just asking to be filtered through the lens of talented artists and displayed on walls of fans across the world.
Now Phantom City Creative is back again with two brand new Batman the Animated Series Mondo posters and a 1/6 scale Catwoman figure that comes with a version of Selina Kyle’s cat, Isis. Read More »
Today is a good day for the cross-section of Star Wars fans who also like to collect limited edition art.
Bottleneck Gallery is teaming up with Acme Archives to release a batch of entrancing new prints inspired by a galaxy far, far away. Pablo Olivera tackles everyone’s new favorite bounty hunter with three variations of The Mandalorian, Mark Chilcott presents three stunning skyscapes featuring recognizable ships from the Star Wars saga, and Juan Burgos Ruiz pays tribute to perhaps the most beloved new character from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Check them all out below. Read More »
Like many conventions right now, WonderCon 2020 has been postponed out of abundance of caution for the growing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But while the annual comic book and film convention won’t be holding its regular festivities in Anaheim, the show goes on for the art galleries participating in the con. Spoke Art announced that it will be debuting several new art exclusive art pieces from artists Marq Spusta, Tom Whalen, Ian Glaubinger, Brad Hill, Joshua Budich, and Max Dalton as part of a virtual WonderCon this week. The art will become available this Thursday, April 9, but some of them are timed limited editions, so jump on those fast.
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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 »
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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 »