Bottleneck Gallery is continuing their big week of pop culture art reveals in honor of the canceled San Diego Comic-Con. Even though the convention will live on virtually next week, there are a bunch of artists who were planning on releasing new prints for sale to the hordes of fans on the show floor. But now, Bottleneck Gallery is releasing them online.
Today’s line-up of prints includes Spider-Man: Homecoming by Matt Ferguson, the classic Golden Age version of Wonder Woman from Tom Whalen, the characters of Batman Beyond by Dave Perillo, a terrifying print for The Dark Knight from Jack C. Gregory, and a gorgeous Jaws print by Doaly, which provides a unique take on the classic movie poster by Roger Kastel. Check them all out below and find out when you can get them. Read More »
The Iron Giant isn’t celebrating a special anniversary or anything like that this year. But Mondo never gets tired of paying tribute to one of the last truly great 2D animated movies of the 20th century. This time, in honor of the movie about a robot who chooses to be much more than a weapon, we have a new t-shirt by artist Maggie Chiang, as well as four new enamel pins by artists Scott C., Tom Whalen, and DKNG. 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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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, see how the dentist scene from Finding Nemo compares to the storyboards used to plan it. Plus, watch as Tom Whalen creates one of his signature prints featuring the iconic police cyborg known as RoboCop, and Brie Larson answers some of the web’s most searched questions about her and Captain Marvel. Read More »
Mondo picked up the license to Ghostbusters merchandise last year, and they celebrated by releasing a new print from artist Tom Whalen. But it sounds like this is the year that bustin’ will really make them feel good.
A brand new Ghostbusters print from Ken Taylor has been revealed by Mondo – but that’s not all. They’ll also be releasing a set of Stay Puft Marshmallow Man tiki mugs and a new batch of enamel pins by Whalen (to go with the previous set released last year). Read More »
Bottleneck Gallery has a bevy of exciting pop culture print releases planned for New York Comic-Con 2018, featuring movies ranging from Indiana Jones to E.T. to Jurassic Park and featuring artists like Laurent Durieux, Dave Perillom Tom Whalen, Martin Ansin, Matt Ferguson, Gabz, and more. Below, get a preview of some of the art and learn when you can buy it1
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This past weekend Gallery 1988 unveiled a whole new show titled Versus. As you might have guessed, the show features pieces that depict some of the biggest rivalries in film, television and video games. However, this show was made all the more interesting by having artists Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo take shots at each other leading up to the show. But in the end, the two artists with a similar style and a penchant for pop culture teamed up to deliver some fantastic and affordable artwork featuring some of your favorite characters. Read More »
Two of our favorite pop culture artists working today are undoubtedly Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo. We’ve featured their work when they’ve had shows together, and we’ve even featured them when they tackle two different animated shows for adults. Now they’re back for another team show, this time delivering the ABCs of pop culture in a new show called Alphabitz.
Alphabitz does exactly what you would expect it to by having Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo create pop culture pieces inspired by the alphabet. For example, there’s P for Predator, V for Voltron, B for BB-8 and much more. But beyond having these familiar characters from pop culture representing a letter, what they’re doing is also indicative of the letter chosen, which makes for some goofy scenarios, like Freddy Krueger filing his nails in France, or Dracula driving Miss Daisy in a Dodge.
Check out pieces from the Alphabitz art show below, including some debut images given exclusively to /Film. Read More »
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This year doesn’t mark a special anniversary for Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, but that doesn’t mean the 1971 musical adaptation of Roald Dahl‘s classic book doesn’t deserve to be celebrated, and that’s exactly what Dark Hall Mansion is doing with their latest limited edition fine art print release.
Tom Whalen, one of our favorite artists, has created a stunning Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Facotry print for Dark Hall Mansion to release, and it even has three variants, two of which will make you feel like you’ve won a trip to Willy Wonka’s factory and a lifetime supply of chocolate. If you don’t believe me, check out the Tom Whalen Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory print below and see how incredible this piece looks. Read More »
In today’s edition of Cool Stuff, we premiere Tom Whalen’s stunning Moana screenprint variant, a screenprint tribute to The Princess and the Frog from a Pixar artist, a look at some of Fantasy Flight Games’ new figure expansions for Imperial Assault that bring some of our favorite characters from the Star Wars comics and Star Wars Rebels to the tabletop, a new six inch vinyl Sam figure from the Halloween cult classic Trick r’ Treat, a JAWS-inspire bath bomb that will turn your bath tub red, and finally Funko has made POP figures for the characters from the television series Lost, but why are they so disappointing? Hit the jump to dive in!
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