When John Carpenter released Halloween in 1978, he never could have imagined this happening. We don’t mean the abundance of slasher imitators that spawned multiple franchises of their own. We mean all the damn movie posters based on the film!
“Hey, remember the ’80s?” It was a great time for geek fandom, especially at the movies. Considering all of the incredible films that were made in that decade, it would be hard to name them all—so Scott Park drew them all instead.
If you like Easter eggs, posters, and genre movies, today is your lucky day.
No joke. I waited 31 hours to buy a painting. The above painting, in fact, of an X-Wing fighter. But when I started waiting, I didn’t know this was what I was going to buy. I just knew I wanted to buy... something. It’s the result of a sick and twisted obsession that I’ve documented before, but never quite like this.
Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Hogarth and his Iron Giant.
When you think of Back to the Future, odds are Drew Struzan’s instantly recognizable poster is part of the memory. It’s a striking, beautiful image that you’ve seen a million times and have always been able to purchase. But never like this.
When Randall picked up Gizmo from the antique store in Gremlins, obviously the Mogwai was the standout selection. That may not be the case, however, for this Gremlins poster, which turns that store into a pop culture cornucopia.
When a movie is as visually extravagant as Thor: Ragnarok, it almost demands to be made into art. Well, thanks to the Fandango FanShop and Hero Complex Gallery, that’s exactly what’s happening.
One of the most exciting things about conventions are the exclusives—and a big event like New York Comic Con has a million of them, from toys to posters and so much more. We’ve already shown you a few pieces of exclusive art, but there’s just so much there, we decided to share even more. This is mostly superhero…
Hundreds of bats fly to Batman’s aid as he valiantly tries to save his love from a deadly poison. The two escape in a rooftop Batmobile car chase and the rest is history. This moment from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins is a moment I never want to forget. And now, thanks to a new art show, I’ll never have to.
Your eyeballs may not be prepared for what we’re about to show you.
Where can you see Ghostbusters, Batman, Ex Machina, Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Scott Pilgrim, Big Trouble in Little China, and Alien all at the same time? At Craig Drake’s latest show at the Hero Complex Gallery, or right here.
We’ve written a great many words about the 50th anniversary of Star Trek this week, we thought maybe it was time for a change of pace. But how do you do that and also continue to celebrate Star Trek? Cool pictures.
In the world of pop culture art, few artists have as recognizable a style as Craig Drake. The Patrick Nagel-influenced, San Francisco-based artist is all about clean lines, negative space, and lots of movement. His work is in your face and different, which is exactly what he wants audiences to experience with his…
Silhouettes have been a part of art for probably longer than most of us can speculate. Put on a western or period piece and you’re likely to see the family immortalized as a black silhouette on the wall. In recent years, several artists have taken that idea into pop culture and the latest show blending these eras…
Voltron fans have been waiting to see their favorite property resurrected for a long time. Rumors of movies have come and gone, but finally, on June 10, a new show is coming to Netflix. To celebrate, Voltron is coming to another new medium: an art gallery.
As recognizable as the characters in our favorite scifi movies are, the landscapes are what completes the vision. A new poster set by artist Jordan Buckner focuses on these familiar cinematic vistas, and each one is more gorgeous than the next.
Sure, the Millennium Falcon and X-Wing get most of the headlines, but the AT-AT is right up there in terms of truly iconic Star Wars vehicles. Few will ever forget the first time the imposing walkers graced the screen in The Empire Strikes Back and now, with this new poster, you’ll never have to.
If you’re like us, you can’t get enough pop culture art. New movies, old classics, cult oddities—we love it all, and a new show at Los Angeles’ Hero Complex Gallery combines all of that and more.
Love it or hate it, there’s one thing everyone can agree on when it comes to Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s absolutely packed. Packed full of plot, heroes, villains and that style is perfectly fitted to artist Tyler Stout.