Everything we’ve heard about the new It movie suggests it’s terrifying and, thankfully, we’ll all know for certain when it opens next week. To celebrate that exciting occasion, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles has put up a unique It gallery show with some really messed up takes on the film.
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Disney’s masterpiece The Lion King is getting a brand new Blu-ray release tomorrow, and to celebrate, Cyclops Print Works has put together a beautiful piece of artwork.
Show off you love of film in a more unique way than just a regular movie poster. This 100 Essential Films poster from Pop Chart Lab isn’t just a kickass looking infographic; you can scratch away the boxes to reveal the hidden film lurking beneath the metallic surface. Use the best promo code ever created, CASHABLANCA,…
This Force Friday, September 1, fans are finally going to learn something about Captain Phasma. That’s when Delilah S. Dawson’s new canon Star Wars novel, Phasma, is released. And to commemorate it, Del Ray Books just revealed three very mysterious and intriguing new characters.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is one of the most well-represented movies in pop culture art. The reason being it’s such a vibrant, wide-ranging movie, it offers almost innumerable visual interpretations. One such example is this new one by Tom Whalen, which is chock-full of detail and eye-popping brightness.
Every year, I make it a point to stop by the Mondo booth at San Diego Comic-Con as often as possible. No one at the entire convention releases as much exciting, vibrant, and exclusive pop culture art over the course of four days—and 2017 was no exception.
Sure, we didn’t get to see the Avengers: Infinity War footage that wowed Hall H in San Diego this weekend—but we do get a tiny glimpse at the movie in the form of this truly spectacular three-part poster Marvel had at the convention, giving us our first look at Earth’s mightiest heroes, the sinister threat they’ll…
Look, I’m just saying. This new Justice League poster is either the movie’s loving tribute to the heroic art of Alex Ross, or Batman somehow convinced his teammates to do their own cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Either way, it makes for a damn good image.
One of the funniest bit’s in Pixar’s Inside Out is when Joy and Sadness end up at Dream Production Studios, where Riley’s dreams are made like a movie studio. The studio has a ton of posters on its walls from Riley’s most popular dreams, and now you can own one.
Mondo is home to some of our favorite nerdy art, and responsible for making a certain member of io9's staff spend a lot of time pondering just where the hell to put his latest purchase. But if you’ve run out of wall space or missed out on the oodles of limited posters the company’s done, good news—a new book is…
Max Dalton’s art isn’t flashy. It’s simple and clean, which allows for the complex subjects he chooses or unique mediums he uses to really shine through. That’s been the case for years, and his latest show definitely continues the trend.
Forrest Gump might say the posters for Spider-Man Homecoming are like a box of chocolates. We never know what we’re going to get.
Last year, Star Trek turned 50. This September, The Next Generation will turn 30. To commemorate that event, artist Dusty Abell has created two posters filled with packed full of ships, characters, and even a few favorites from the Holodeck.
Nearly eight decades since its release, The Wizard of Oz is still a movie that delights audiences of every age. And we do mean every age. Sure, it works for adults who grew up with it and kids who are just being introduced to it, but it also has qualities that make it work in those combative middle years too.
So many of us grew up with Mattel toys—and now, as adults, that nostalgia is still part of us. Enter Gallery 1988, which holds annual art shows featuring works in all mediums based on Mattel’s most popular brands. Time to bring that childhood back.
To celebrate the triumphant launch of the Wonder Woman movie last week, Poster Posse unleashed a whole gallery of excellent art tributes to Diana. But even for us, one stood out as something we just had to have on our walls... and the good news is, you now can, with some of the proceeds going to a suitably wonderful…
Wait, you don’t know about the three seashells? It’s a reference to the 1993 film Demolition Man. Observe.
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.