Celebrating a half-century of all things Starfleet, Star Trek 50: Artists 50 Years is a wonderful art exhibit that kicking off at this year’s Comic-Con before hitting the road to Las Vegas, Toronto, New York, and other cities (the full list is here). But if you can’t make it to those, here are a few pieces from inside…
Don’t you get a sense that, after the appearance in Captain America: Civil War, fans everywhere are a little more excited about Spider-Man again? I know I am, and if you fall into that category, you’re going to want to take a gander at these super cool new posters
In the wake of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, some people have had a certain nostalgia for the Superman of old. A brighter, more hopeful take on the character, best seen in Richard Donner’s 1978 film, Superman: The Movie.
Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 film RoboCop gets better and better with age. The social commentary, the intentionally excessive violence, the humor, the character design, everything is just perfect. And if you don’t already celebrate the film on your walls, we’ve got just the thing.
There are so many Star Wars posters out there these days, it’s incredibly difficult to make one stand out. Well, artist Matt Ferguson has found an answer to that: Make posters that are simple, clean, and instantly recognizable.
Everyone is talking about Captain America: Civil War this week, and for good reason. The first trailer is out and it promises to be a mega kick-off to Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Matt Ferguson's gloriously geeky art is well known for its awesomeness (as well as its ability to promptly sell out the moment it goes on sale) - and this latest trilogy of posters inspired by the Lord of the Rings is no exception. You've only got until the end of this weekend to buy it though!
Brooklyn's Bottleneck Gallery is known for its sales of gorgeous art inspired by games, movies and pop culture - and how hard it is to nab said art before it sells out. Never fear though, as this wonderful new series of Star Wars posters by Matt Ferguson won't - as long as you buy before the end of Sunday, that is.
Just when you thought it was safe to go anywhere near the water, artist Matt Ferguson delivers this clever rendition of the classic Jaws poster with one of Pacific Rim's kaiju. Fortunately, giant robots is precisely what this movie's got.
In anticipation of Star Trek Into Darkness, culture site Crome Yellow is revisiting the original six Star Trek films to determine what made them great—and not-so great. They've teamed up with artist Matt Ferguson, who created a striking set of posters, one to honor each movie.