In our minds, there was no better genre film last year than Arrival. There are lots of reasons for that, but the main one is the film’s dual nature. The first time you watch it is completely different than the second time, once you know its secret.
Ranking movies or TV shows is easy compared to more traditional art. There are a finite amount of scifi TV shows and movies you can watch, but pop culture art is damn near infinite. Every sliver of the internet is chock-full of it, not to mention the professional galleries, poster companies, on and on.
Everyone loves a good infographic. You see them constantly as you pop around the internet and yet, would you ever hang one on your wall? These you would. Three artists have combined to do a full gallery show of infographics based on your favorite pop culture properties and they are slick.
Fans of Magic: The Gathering have traveled long and far in their imaginations as they play and react to cards of various people, places, and things. Now, the company has taken one of those places and made it into a stunning, collectible poster.
The word “art” can mean many things but most think of it as paintings and drawings. Visual media. In that broad topic, one of our favorite sub-categories is pop culture art, visual art based on movies and TV shows. And below we’ve picked some great ones.
Hope you haven’t already paid your July rent—because Mondo has another batch of beautiful posters for sale, both online and as exclusives at San Diego Comic-Con. Check out Flash Gordon, The Day the Earth Stood Still and Ant-Man posters, plus Aliens and Superman: The Animated Series vinyls.
Batman's trusty belt has held a lot of gadgets and gizmos - as well as many Batarangs - but what exactly has the Dark Knight kept stashed away around his midriff over the years? Artist Kevin Tong rustled up this infographic-style artwork that takes a closer look.
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.
Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley teamed up with the illustrious Kevin Tong to create this adorably homicidal promo poster for Battle Royale.
Last night, The Breaking Bad Art Project opened at Gallery1988 in Los Angeles, featuring a collection of gorgeous meth-friendly art. But "Breaking Bad: The Animated Series" might just be our very favorite. Check out a collection of the beautiful artwork.
Don't go inside Walter White's superlab until you've familiarized yourself with all the rules and procedures for cooking meth. Fortunately, Kevin Tong's poster outlines the details, including the equipment and dos and don'ts of the lab.