If you’re a pop culture collector, there’s no shortage of art from Lucasfilm’s two biggest properties: Star Wars and Indiana Jones. But now two of the biggest companies in the game, Mondo and Acme Archives, are teaming up to bring you even more, and these pieces look fantastic.
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.
The collectable poster, music, and toy company Mondo is teaming up with Marvel Comics for an officially licensed gallery show. It’s called Snikt Bamf Thwip: A Celebration Of Marvel Comics, and we’ve got an exclusive reveal along with more art.
At 4:30am Saturday morning, I walked into the parking lot of the Holiday Inn hotel in Austin, Texas and sat down behind a line of 150 other people. By 10am, triple that amount would be in line. Why the crowd? We were waiting to buy the latest posters from Mondo.
When Mondo revealed they were getting into the Toy business back at SDCC this year, I don't think anyone expected one of their first figures to be this adorable - but lo and behold, here we are with this lovely take on TMNT's Michaelangelo. My teeth are hurting just looking at him!
Your favorite heroes are given the portrait treatment they all so justly deserve. Mondo Gallery is hosting a showing of Mike Mitchell portrait work, and we've got a little sneak look of what's to come. Couldn't all of your walls use a little MacReady?
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.
Otherwise, we could pretend we were living in a Judge Dredd storyline. This 1969 design by Alan Boutwell and Mike Mitchell — the aptly titled Continuous city for 1.000.000 human beings — never took off, but this design and other fanciful megastructures offer a glimpse into an arcology-filled future the past never…
2010 has set the bar pretty high for holiday-themed art. And now it's our turn to share that joy with you. Here's a collection of the best and the freakiest holiday cards, prints and illustrations. From stuffed Rudolph to Bigfoot.
If you grew up in the 1980s and owned a Nintendo—which might be redundant—this likely captures your childhood than any laser-backdropped middle school photo ever could.