We rarely think about the role food plays in our favorite TV shows or movies, but damned if it hasn’t been crucial. But what would Ghostbusters be without Twinkies? Twin Peaks without pie? Goonies without Baby Ruth? Pixar without Pizza Planet? One artist has decided to celebrate this crucial link in a very unique way.
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.
May 4th, a.k.a. May the Fourth Be With You Day, is almost here and the onslaught of celebratory Star Wars material has already begun. As usual, some of it will be crap, but these posters by Tim Doyle and Joshua Budich are not, and we’re excited to exclusively debut them.
We’re all well aware that 2016 is the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. But beyond just Star Trek Beyond, there are several other major celebrations planned. One that starts during San Diego Comic-Con is a 50-artist traveling exhibit that includes Leonard Nimoy’s final piece of work.
When one generation thinks of Star Wars, they think of the original films. Another generation grew up with The Phantom Menace. But sandwiched in between, there are people who learned about Star Wars because of Mel Brooks’ 1987 comedy Spaceballs.
Rarely does a day go by that you don’t see a new piece of Star Wars art, but rarely is that art official. That changed this weekend when Lucasfilm staged an official art show called Art Awakens at Gallery 1988 West in Los Angeles CA. It featured over 100 brand new pieces of Star Wars art, from original paintings and…
Starting from tomorrow, Spoke Gallery in San Francisco is hosting an exhibition featuring Joshua Budich's tribute to Anime - and it's home to some awesome pieces inspired by the likes of Akira, Cowboy Bebop and more.