While we’re patiently waiting for the next installment of the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World franchise, Mondo is biding our time with a couple new prints that pay tribute to both the original Steven Spielberg and the legacyquel.
Going on sale today is a Jurassic Park print by Kako as well as a Jurassic World print by Dan McCarthy. But if collectible prints aren’t your thing, there’s also a new set of enamel pins inspired by the paddock logos from the park. Check out the new Mondo Jurassic Park print, Jurassic World print and enamel pins after the jump. Read More »
When Lucasfilm and Disney announced the Star Wars “Art Awakens” initiative, it was revealed they were working with Los Angeles-based art gallery Gallery1988 on an official Star Wars: The Force Awakens art show. This got the whole art and screen print community excited. And now we have the first real details and a sneak preview of just a few of the pieces of art which will be available at the show. Hit the jump for the info.
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John Williams has written multiple iconic scores in his time, and one of the best is getting the Mondo Vinyl treatment. Mondo just revealed they’ll release two different versions of Jurassic Park, one featuring artwork by JC Richard and another by Dan McCarthy. Both editions, limited to 500 a pieces, will cost $35 and go on sale June 11, almost exactly one year out from the release of Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World.
Below, check out the full track list and artwork from each Jurassic Park vinyl edition. Read More »
Conan the Barbarian, The Thing, Poltergeist, The Road Warrior, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Tron, and that’s just the beginning. Yes, the Summer of 1982 was probably the best one in the history of movies and that’s why the Alamo Drafthouse is celebrating with a summer long, 30th anniversary celebration screening a slew of the most exciting films released that year. Plus, there’s now a significant update jumping off last month’s announcement.
Tickets for the first screening, Conan the Barbarian, go on sale Tuesday morning along with a limited number of passes that’ll get you into eight of the screenings. Second, the series has expanded significantly, adding films such as The Dark Crystal, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Vice Squad, The Secret of Nimh, Friday the 13th Part 3, Q: The Winged Serpent, Pink Floyd: The Wall and more. Third, Blade Runner will not be screened (bummer).
And finally, in accordance with the /Film sponsored screening of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial on June 8 (tickets on sale May 25) we’re proud to exclusively debut the Mondo poster for the film by artist Dan McCarthy. Check out the poster, the important links, full lineup and more after the jump. Read More »
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Holy crap, Dan McCarthy is amazing. The artist who did some of the best Star Wars and Lost posters to date now tackles yet another huge property, Star Trek. Mondo is proud to present The City on the Edge of Forever, which dramatizes the 28th episode of the original Star Trek television series which saw the crew finding a portal that can change time and space. Check out the full image from McCarthy’s amazing poster, which goes on sale Wednesday at a random time and will sell out instantly, after the jump. Read More »
The DamonCarltonAndAPolarBear.com Lost-Inspired art viral is still going strong. Here is a round up of the art revealed thus far: Hurley-inspired print by Tim Doyle. Locke-inspired poster created by UK artist Olly Moss, Dharma Van print by Methane Studios, “The Crash” poster by Eric Tan, “The 4-toed Statue by Jason Munn, Ken Taylor’s “The Smoke Monster”, and Kevin Tong’s “The Hatch”.
Rapper/producer 88-Keys released a new song called “Baggage Claim” on his blog, http://polo67life.com, placing himself at the crash of Oceanic 815 on the first day. The newest website, YouMightWantToConsiderHikingBoots.com, was hidden in the song. Dan McCarthy‘s “Rousseau’s Transmission” was available signed and numbered, limited to 300, this print is 18×24 inches for those following the viral. Check out the full poster online after the jump. Click on the image to enlarge.
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