For the past six years, artist Alex Pardee has been revisiting his favorite monster movies. He’d watch them, sketch them, and watercolor them—and the result is this insane poster, featuring 185 different movie monsters all in one place.
If you follow pop culture at all, you’ve surely seen art shows based on your favorite movies and TV shows. What you haven’t seen is a pair of artists inventing their own pop culture property to make an art show about. And that’s what Alex Pardee and Matt Richie did. They created the Astralnauts.
October is here, and unlike some of the past years there are going to be lots and lots of horror films hitting theaters. The first comes this weekend with The Final Girls–and the filmmakers have a seriously awesome poster out to celebrate.
Batman is turning 75 this year, and everyone's celebrating - including Mondo, who will be hosting a gallery of amazing art this Friday dedicated to the Dark Knight.
The Man of Steel sequel may not be officially titled Batman vs. Superman, but that's certainly the tone of artwork director Zack Snyder commissioned for the charity We Can Be Heroes.
Cheers! We've got the exclusive premiere of artist Alex Pardee's take on Edgar Wright's apocalyptic pub crawl movie, The World's End.
Finding Waldo in a Human Centipede is much easier than we expected. Also, we're disturbed by how perfectly this whole thing works.
We're going monster hunting in today's Concept Art Writing Prompt, to a misty swamp where a hunter has found his unusual prey. Let's see what stories you can come up with based on this dark and murky photograph.
We've long been fans of Alex Pardee's nightmarish artwork. We've seen his children-digesting monster installation, his horrifying dream beasties, and his post-apocalyptic web series about a block-headed alien. Now, behold his freakish reinterpretations of beloved superheroes.
It's been a years since we've heard anything from Alex Pardee's webseries Chadam. But the block-headed alien's post-apocalyptic adventure has finally aired on the WB.com. And you can watch the first 5 episodes right now.
io9 presents a frighteningly skinny Dr. Manhattan from the mind of artist Alex Pardee. Check out the New York Comic-Con exclusive, but be warned you've never seen your beloved Watchmen like this before.
Poor little kiddies have been gobbled up by artist Alex Pardee's nightmarish monsters, and will be in an adorably gruesome and intricate art show this week. Check out our haunting gallery.