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.
Off the top of your head, you can probably rattle off dozens of famous live-action film directors. In animation though, except for a very elite group, the directors are rarely the stars of the show. Two names that may not be on that list, but should, are Ron Clements and John Musker.
If you’re attending New York Comic-Con, you’re going to want to visit Bottleneck Gallery at Booth #2171—just be prepared to stand in line. The gallery has an unbelievable lineup of exclusive limited edition art that it will be releasing all throughout the weekend, and we’re stoked to premiere a few of the pieces.
No matter what you think of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you’ll never forget that final moment, when Rey, ready to start her life as a Jedi, finally finds the hiding Luke Skywalker. And now, you can enjoy that moment forever.
It’s a holiday weekend in the US and maybe you’re looking to see a movie. There are a lot of options, but one that you probably aren’t considering, and should, is Swiss Army Man. It’s crazy, weird, and awesome. Then, after you see it, you may want the soundtrack. If that happens, oh wow, are you in luck.
While not everyone continues to watch The Simpsons into its 27th season, most people remember the old episodes. Classics like “Deep Space Homer,” which aired in season five, over 20 years ago. Today, artist Mark Englert has taken that memorable episode and turned it into a stunning 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.
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.
Disney fanatics have probably already picked up the brand new Aladdin Diamond Edition Blu-ray that just came out, but the Mouse isn’t stopping there. They’ve also licensed an official, limited edition poster that’s a must-have for fans.
In honor of Fringe coming to a close, Gallery 1988 is running "Fringe Benefits," an interactive art series that encourages fans to vote for their favorite Fringe episodes to turn them into limited edition screenprints. This ingenious print by Mark Englert, based on the Season Three episode "Plateau," uses…