Cinema is full of famous couples, and pop culture artist Nan Lawson pays tribute to nearly a couple dozen of them in her Meet Cute 2 art show at Gallery 1988. However, rather than assembling the most obvious couples from the big screen, Lawson has focused on some more niche choices and less likely pairings that we’ve seen in movies over the years.
Gallery 1988 has unveiled the entire line-up of pieces in the Nan Lawson Meet Cute 2 art show, featuring the couples of The Big Lebowski, Beetlejuice, Baby Driver, Mary Poppins, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Parks and Recreation, The Royal Tenenbaums, Bob’s Burgers, Batman Returns, Stranger Things, The Shape of Water and more. Read More »
Posted on Friday, January 19th, 2018 by Jacob Hall
The last time Mondo put together a gallery show celebrating the Universal Studios monsters, it was 2012 and it set a high bar for all of their future events. And now, their second monsters-centric show is here and it resets the bar again.
Mondo’s latest gallery, dedicated to Frankenstein, Dracula, the Wolf Man, the Mummy, and the rest of that creepy and unnervingly sympathetic family of things that go bump in the night, opened tonight and it’s spectacular. You can check out all of the posters that debuted below.
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Craig Drake is one of our favorite artists paying tribute to our favorite movies and TV shows year after year, and he’s also one of the few who can be relied upon to have a solo gallery exhibition every couple of years. This past weekend brought the Craig Drake Solo Show 4 to Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles, including pieces paying tribute to The Iron Giant, Kill Bill, Gremlins, Suicide Squad, The Royal Tenenbaums, Ex Machina, Labyrinth, Spider-Man and more.
The entire collection of new work from Craig Drake is available for you to check out (and purchase) below. Read More »
The Indiana Jones trilogy is easily one of the best film franchises of all time. Yes, we’re only talking about the trilogy, because as long as we don’t acknowledge that there may or may not be a fourth movie, then it can never find us. And that’s exactly why a new print coming from Bottleneck Gallery does the exact same thing.
Gabz, the same artist who delivered an amazing Star Wars trilogy print back in November of 2015, has given the same treatment to the Indiana Jones trilogy. Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom and The Last Crusade are all featured with no crystal skulls to be found (okay, there might be one if you look really hard). Check out the Gabz Indiana Jones trilogy print below and find out how you can get one. Read More »
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You’ve likely read a dozen or so Best Movies of 2017 lists by now, so how about a creative new way of highlighting the best films of the former year? Artist Ben Matsuya has put together some visually stunning comic strips that show off some of the best of the best that film had to offer in 2017. Check out the 2017 movie comic strips below.
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While you may have enjoyed going to the likes of Disney World or Universal Studios, there are plenty of theme parks from the world of movies and television that we’ll unfortunately never get to visit. Thankfully, pop culture artist Chogrin has given us the next best thing buy curating a whole art show surrounding these places we wish we could go.
Fake Theme Parks is a new exhibition coming to Gallery 1988 starting January 12, and as you might have guessed, it pays tribute to a variety of theme parks from the history of pop culture. Jurassic Park, Westworld, Itchy & Scratchy Land, Anatomy Park, Walley World, Pacific Playland, Dinosaur World and many more will all be honored in the Fake Theme Parks art show.
If you want an early sneak peek at some of the pieces, /Film has exclusively debuted some of the artwork below. Read More »
The Predator may be one ugly mother fu*ker, but he makes for a good looking subject for these new Mondo posters. Artist N.C. Winters created a slick new Predator poster, which depicts the alien trophy hunter in all his glory. Check out the Mondo Predator poster below.
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Mondo is at it again, hosting yet another show devoted to art focused around the classic Universal Monsters. Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy and various other characters featured in the hit song The Monster Mash will all be making an appearance at the show….at least in art from. The monsters won’t really be there, because that would too terrifying. Check out some of the pieces from the Mondo Universal Monsters gallery show below.
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Drew Struzan is one of the most legendary poster artists of all time, and getting your hands on any official versions of his work, especially in the form of movie posters, can be not only pricey but difficult. Thankfully, Hero Complex Gallery is making it a little easier to get our hands on one of Drew Struzan’s most iconic pieces of pop culture art.
An original double-sided Back to the Future movie poster goes for hundreds of dollars, and it’s usually not in the best condition. But now you can get the next best thing in a much higher quality for a much lower price. Hero Complex Gallery is offering high quality screen prints of the original Back to the Future theatrical poster, and you can even get it signed by Drew Struzan himself. Read More »
For their last show of the year, Hero Complex Gallery decided to pay tribute to the director behind not only one of the best Christmas movies, but one of the best action movies ever made. In fact, director John McTiernan is responsible for several outstanding action thrillers, and many of them were given some outstanding new pieces of pop culture artwork for a show paying tribute to the films of John McTiernan.
If you’re looking for a place to burn some of your Christmas money, check out incredible new prints commemorating the likes of Die Hard, Predator, The Hunt for Red October, The Last Action Hero and even Medicine Man and The 13 Warrior. See our favorites below. Read More »