It’s Christmas, a time of year people talk about Die Hard even more than every other time of the year. Which is fine by us, because it’s great, but one fan is celebrating this holiday season (and Die Hard) better than anyone else.
On June 12, 1981, adventure got a new name: Indiana Jones. Now, 35 years later, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas’ film Raiders of the Lost Ark remains a revered classic and one of the best action films of all time. To begin the anniversary celebration, Lucasfilm has licensed a brand new, limited edition poster…
Tuesday, April 26, aka 4-26 (as in LV-426), has been dubbed “Alien Day.” To celebrate, several different companies and brands have teamed up to do events related to Ridley Scott’s masterpiece. There will be screenings, Q&As, art shows, special merchandise, and more.
Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight came out almost eight years ago. That’s so long! But even though it’s box office dominance feels quaint by today’s standards, it’s still fantastic, and these posters will remind you why.
Who wouldn’t want to see the King of the Monsters, bursting out of the water and screeching on their wall, every single day? We all would, and that’s what these brand new Godzilla posters by artist Laurent Durieux will do, if you can snag one.
I mean, sure, you could be out there with thousands of others fighting over discounted TVs and whatnot, but why not stay in where it's nice and warm and admire Laurent Durieux's latest lovely work for Mondo?
Laurent Durieux is one of my favorite illustrators and designers ever. His re-imagined movie posters—recreated in an exquisite retro-futuristic style—are simply a true pleasure. I love to get lost in the fine detail and admire his perfect command of color and shading.
You possibly know the work of Laurent Durieux through his Mondo movie posters, but if that's all you know, you're missing out. The 42-year-old Belgian artist, an acolyte and fan of Jean "Moebius" Giraud, was named one of the world's 200 best illustrators by the prestigious Lürzer's Archive advertising magazine in…