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Entries tagged: ArtCool Nerd
Here's something revolutionary: female superheroes who aren't dressed like strippers.
A look at one of the prints debuting at the Mondo Gallery Ken Taylor/Tyler Stout show this weekend!
A gallery event in Austin will spin off some new prints!
George W. Bush as Two-Face! Hitler as Galactus! Mark Zuckerberg as Loki!
Beautiful pastel drawings of the floats in an historic Mardi Gras parade!
And they're available as limited edition prints.
A look at some American movies, as reimagined by Indian poster painters.
Season's greetings, etc.
New Olly Moss LOTR posters go on sale tomorrow.
See wine labels designed by Mike Mignola, John Huston, Warhol, Dali and others.
The dark-revealed image is awesome!
And they're on sale tomorrow!
A packed portrait of just about every character, critter and craft to appear in the original STAR TREK!
Incredible paper artworks depicting some of horror's scariest homes!
And word on the Mondo Gallery's UNBELIEVABLE Universal Monsters exhibition.
Available only at the Debra Hill tribute show in Los Angeles!
When memes collide, meaning is often lost. A short history of dumb Last Supper/pop culture mash-ups.
A new show is opening at the Mondo Gallery this week - see an original work by Robert Brandenburg exclusively on BAD!
Artist Brad McGinty gives us cross-sections of movie monsters.
That's some kick-ass artwork.
He makes monsters. They're monsters from your childhood. Mash em up and...
The newly designed covers for Ian Fleming's James Bond books are now available as prints.
Check out Kirby designs for costumes in a 1969 production of JULIUS CAESAR.
Groovy prints for a groovy show.
Celebrate the fight against bigotry with some subversive art.
Gaze upon a digital painting depicting the heroes and creatures of science fiction television, circa the 70s and 80s.
An excellent poster for James Whale's classic film.
Gorgeous fake book covers for pulp versions of three classic films.
The Summer of 82 Presented By Fandango continues! This weekend Badass Digest presents STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN at the Alamo - and this poster will be on sale.
Artist Jason Edmiston reimagines some of the monsters of rock as real monsters.
Stunning. What else do you want me to say here?
An unusual mash-up - one that's good!
From Captain America to Darkseid, the entirety of modern superhero stories owe a debt to Jack Kirby. And his immense influence extends well beyond the four color pages, deep into the heart of American pop culture. As THE AVENGERS opens we pay tribute to the genius behind it all.
German horror comic Gespenster Geschichten had some damn incredible covers.
New Marvel art show!
It's about time somebody took care of that yellow journalist!
The beloved cartoon gets an art show at Mondo's new Austin art gallery.
Mondo gets the BACK TO THE FUTURE license and begins with a four poster blow out.
Rubenesque no more: an art project recasts classic nudes in a modern light.
One of the writers on NBC's COMMUNITY tends to doodle during meetings, and the results are sort of incredible.
Can you name all 26 films? You're badasses, of course you can.
A list of the best licensed artworks, commissioned pieces, and personal projects in movie-based art.
The final Mondo release of 2011 is a return to Universal's DRACULA - which was also the first poster of the year.
Comics illustrator Dave DeVries has started using three-dimensional effects to transform children's drawings into realistic, and often horrific, paintings.
The latest greatness from Brandon Bird.
Tarzen and Arab are twin filmmakers from Gaza who had never seen a movie in a theater. The Drafthouse smuggled them to Austin to see their first projected film - as well as their own film on a big screen in front of an audience.
Aerialist Seanna Sharpe does a beautiful routine high above one of New York City's bridges.
What's inside the Lego Minifig? One artist found out.
Bea Arthur, Anton Chigurh, AC Slater and some true works of art have been carved out of gourds.
Illustrators and designers get together to create images depicting the most important moments in US history.
A collection of the works of the great movie poster painter of our times is coming to stores. Check out a few of the highlights.
Artist Ron English says the celebrated street art doc may have begun as a way to head off a lawsuit between Shepard Fairey and Thierry Guetta.
Yes, Mondo is doing a whole line of Pixar posters. Starting with MONSTERS, INC!
When dinosaurs ruled the Earth!
Reminders of a time when giant monsters and UFOs plagued the great young cities of America.
David Bowie’s song becomes a children’s book in this art project.
Totally badass advertisements from a movie poster master.
Dried up stereotypes in crap movies are no fun to watch, but this ad campaign mocking them sure is.
Meet the Super Mario Sisters.
Wolfman, the Bride and Dracula get some coffee at Karloff’s.
Awesome posters for a symphony concert featuring space movie music!
Cage goes in the water, you go in the water. Snoopy’s in the water. Our Snoopy.
Victory for HYDRA! Victory for America! Victory for Mondo!
Mondo goes straight legit as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences begins archiving their posters! PLUS: Great new FRANKENSTEIN poster by the master, Drew Struzan.
Hundreds of kinds of beers, sorted by type and recommended drinking glass. And perfect for framing.
The fine art of cartooning breaks down the HARRY POTTER saga almost wordlessly.
A treasure trove of 80s exploitation VHS art has been uncovered!
Wonderful art celebrating the HARRY POTTER mythology.
Mondo reveals a stunning TRANSFORMERS poster available only at the Arclight Hollywood, and they get into the Marvel Comics cover design business!
Swapping brand logos with their rivals makes us think about how brands and logos impact us.
Bizarre, beautiful and forgotten monuments to the WWII dead.
Limited edition framed prints of ten of the coolest people who ever lived.
Artist PAPERBEATSSCISSORS! reimagines the Dark Side as some straight ballin’ hustlers.
Brandon Bird recasts Wolverine.
If you think the cover art for The Criterion Collection films is as good as it gets, wait til you see their product shots.
Bitching advertising art for a hard hitting Irish Examiner investigative journalism series.
Understated design for an overstated movie.
You can find hundreds of weird, gorgeous, fun and literal artist interpretations of classic comic covers at Covered Blog.
Shepard Fairey celebrates the movie that gave him ‘Obey’ with this incredible poster. And you may be able to still get one!
Let’s try not to turn this into a regular series, okay internet?
Should a man who stepped on a floor made of peanut butter be responsible for damages?
Ray Harryhausen’s last prehistoric monster movie gets the Mondo treatment!
The Korean revenge thriller gets a badass Mondo print. And the movie is on Blu today!
Mondo’s Disney series continues with the debut of the beloved squawking duck.
A Japanese artist highlight’s his country’s endangered species.
Mirror Mirror! The Menagerie! And Cronenberg’s RABID! It’s a good day to be a deep pocketed Mondo fan.
Usually animated gifs are hilarious and crass. But sometimes they’re haunting.
A breathtakingly beautiful poster. On sale Friday!
Gallery 1988 does an art show based on classic books. Previews inside!
Be enthralled by miniaturized street scenes from the sleazy past.
What if gang in The Mystery Machine met Don Draper?
Wes Craven joins the halls of Mondo’s Directors Series with two incredible and gory new posters.
A beautiful poster for David Lynch’s DUNE will be selling out very quickly tomorrow!
Sadly there’s still no 3 and 3/4 inch PULP FICTION action figure line, but if there were this is what it might look like.
Here’s what you would pull out of your wallet if you worked for Wayne Enterprises.
An open call to artists to donate work for a tsunami fundraiser has resulted in some incredible pieces.
In the world of film posters—self-made, fan made or otherwise—there are those directors whose filmography is a treasure trove of imagery and inspiration. Particularly the classic auteurs who have a style that is fun to abstract since their name alone adds context. It’s no surprise then that the work of Hitchcock is a favorite among artists and designers.
An art installation that maps each of the 52 shots in PSYCHO’s shower scene to a playing card.