The Force is with you today as Bottleneck Gallery is offering up an eclectic array of new Star Wars posters inspired by A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker, and even The Clone Wars. Going on sale today, these offerings from artists Matt Ferguson, Mark Englert, Todd Slater, Pablo Olivera, and Lyndon Willoughby are each outstanding in their own way. So without further delay, check out the new Star Wars posters below and find out when and where to get them. Read More »
Throughout this year, artist Ben Harman has been fleshing out his Disney Dreamland art series, bringing to life beautiful images from Disney’s classic animated movies. Each of his prints is like a vertical widescreen image with meticulously recreated architecture, amazing landscapes, astounding skyscapes, and incredible detail. And more are arriving today.
Bottleneck Gallery and Eyeland Prints UK are releasing seven new Disney Dreamland posters today inspired by six of Disney’s beloved animated movies: Fantasia, The Lion King, Hercules, Pocahontas, The Princess and the Frog, and Lady and the Tramp. Keep reading to see all new posters and find out how to get them. Read More »
It’s the second day of New York Comic-Con, and Grey Matter Art has a new line-up of collectible art inspired by some of your favorite comic book movies and video games after selling out almost all of their Day 1 exclusives.
The second wave of Grey Matter Art 2020 NYCC exclusive posters includes a series of posters from Neil Davies inspired by The Dark Knight Trilogy, and they all combine to form a triptych image. There’s also a new foil version of Florey‘s trippy poster for Doctor Strange, and two new posters by Doaly inspired by both the Peter Parker and Miles Morales versions of Spider-Man from their respective PlayStation games.
Check out all of these pieces below, and find out when you can get your hands on them. Read More »
New York Comic-Con kicks off today, and this week there’s a whole bunch of new pieces of pop culture art that you’ll want to get framed on your wall. But you’ll want to make sure you act fast before they sell out.
First up, Bottleneck Gallery has added the classic Jaws poster to their new line of lenticular posters. But Grey Matter Art has a whole batch of different posters for the first day of New York Comic-Con, including Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse by Guillaume Morellec, The Iron Giant by Tom Whalen, and a new wave of concept art from the Marvel Cinematic Universe by Ryan Meinerding and Andy Park. Get a look at all these pieces, find out when to get them, and how much they’re going to break your bank below.
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The Goonies is one of those beloved movies from the 1980s that remains powered by nostalgia. The treasure-hunting adventure from director Richard Donner, writer Chris Columbus, and executive producer Steven Spielberg has stood the test of time, and the ensemble cast including Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Corey Feldman, and more have been endlessly asked about it for the past 35 years. Now, for the film’s 35th anniversary, you can celebrate The Goonies by getting your hands on the original poster.
Bottleneck Gallery is releasing a new meticulously crafted screen print of The Goonies poster illustrated by legendary movie poster artist Drew Struzan. There’s not a treasure map on the back or anything like that, but the poster will be a treasure in and of itself, because it will be personally signed by Struzan himself. And there are two different versions of The Goonies poster signed by Struzan that you’ll have a chance to pick up. Read More »
In 2017, Spoke Art Gallery held its first annual Hayao Miyazaki-inspired art exhibit in San Francisco, featuring art from over 250 artists who celebrated the legendary filmmaker with creations that brought guests into the whimsical worlds created by Miyazaki. Now, Spoke Art has collected the Miyazaki-inspired art into a book, My Neighbor Hayao: Art Inspired by the Films of Miyazaki, which goes on sale today.
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This December, fans of the Star Wars series The Mandalorian will be able to get their hands on some of the incredible concept art from the making of the first season. Lucasfilm and Abrams Books are releasing The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian by Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Szostak, and he’s just revealed a sneak peek at some of the concept art from inside the book, including alternate designs for the Mandalorian himself and some adorable new images of The Child affectionately called Baby Yoda. Read More »
It’s October, and for many that means it might as well just be Halloween already. Bottleneck Gallery is certainly celebrating early by teaming up with Vice Press to release two new horrifying but outstanding posters by artist Anthony Petrie for the horror classics The Wolf Man and Night of the Living Dead. Both are limited edition and will only be available while supplies last, so check them out below and find out when and where you can grab them. Read More »
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Last year, the comedy publishing pioneer MAD Magazine announced that it would no longer be publishing new, original issues. After 67 years in publication, DC Entertainment started to distribute MAD Magazine with previously published material, making it only available in comic book shops instead of various newsstands. However, two of MAD Magazine‘s most talented contributors are teaming up to bring back one of the most beloved parts of the publication in the form of a new book.
When MAD Magazine switched to reprinted content, one of the first things to go were the movie and TV parodies featuring incredible caricature artwork by Tom Richmond and jokers written by Desmond Devlin. Thankfully, the two are hoping to keep the parodies alive in the form of a new book called Claptrap, which will be full of original spreads with all-new illustrations and gags. But the only way they can pull it off is through crowdfunding, so they need your help to make it happen. Read More »
Tyler Stout is responsible for some of the most coveted pieces in the pop culture art scene. His style is unmistakable, his prints are hard to find, and even when you do, they usually cost and arm and a leg on the secondary market. But every now and then, we’re lucky enough to be on an even playing field when Tyler Stout releases a new poster, and that has happened today with a new print for James Cameron’s The Terminator. Check out the Tyler Stout Terminator poster in all its detailed glory below. Read More »