If you regularly visit us here at Cult Collective then you will be aware that we are huge fans of Matt Ferguson. Not only is he a great bloke, he is a top notch artist to boot. Matt was recently tapped up by Marvel to produce some official character posters and a free giveaway poster for their latest offering, Guardians of the Galaxy. The poster, which you can see below, is available when you book tickets for a 3D screening of the movie at Vue Cinemas in the U.K, which you can do here.
Simply put, Guardians of the Galaxy looks amazing and Matt did a fantastic job of putting these posters together and kindly took some time to share his thoughts on this experience and what he would like to work with Marvel on in the future.
Is the wait for the new Star Wars movies just too hard to take? Did you try and audition for a part in the new movies and get knocked back? Or if you live in the UK like myself, is the hot summer weather just burning you up so much you don’t care about anything either way? Well this selection of artwork by Alex Griedling may be just the ticket to cure your woes.
Artist Alex Griendling covers a wide array of different topics on his website. These can be ranging from retro graphic styled art right down to superhero shirt designs. But it is his Star Wars “Hunters” art that first caught our eye!
With all the excitement around San Diego Comic Con this weekend, this little bit of news really seems to have slipped under the radar. As part of their SDCC reveal, Slashfilm reported that Mondo would be holding “75 Years of Batman”, a gallery show dedicated to the Dark Knight running from October 24 to November 15 at the Mondo gallery in Austin Texas.
San Diego Comic Con is in full swing and if, like me, you are sat at home swelling with jealousy, here is a choice selection of what those lucky, lucky nerds will be able to pick up this weekend.
As you would expect, Mondo are basically owning the con from a poster perspective, and with good reason. Having already released their plans for a toy line last week, which you can see at SDCC, Mondo are slowly releasing a series of awesome posters including this fantastic poster for Pans Labyrinth which Jock and Guillermo Del Toro teamed up at the Mondo booth to sign!
Since we first became aware of Chogrin’s work when he curated Bottleneck Gallery’s “It Came From 1984″ a few months back, we have kept an eye on work he has produced. His work has a quirky, retro vibe and the colours and images he uses are punchy and vibrant.
Chogrin has just released a fantastic glow in the dark print inspired by Jurassic Park titled: “Bingo! Dino-DNA”, and it is now available to buy from his store.
Alan Campbell is an artist who is always coming up with new and unique ideas to bring to print. I am always impressed with his originality and commitment experimenting with subject matter and ideas. For his latest set of releases, “Circle”, Alan explores how we accept change with appreciation of our past without romanticism, a search for balance and a celebration of contradictions.
Now, you may be forgiven for thinking that Mondo only do posters. Up to now that has mostly been the case, with the exception of a few vinyl, VHS and t-shirt releases. Regardless, whatever they turn their hands to, it pretty much turns to gold, especially for a fan like me.
It was the posters that Mondo produced that initially got me into print and art collecting and over the past couple of years that market has flourished. With more and more galleries and poster boutiques popping up it makes perfect sense for Mondo to branch out into new and untapped areas. And they have certainly done that. Mondo have today announced that they will be launching a range of fully licensed toys, initially including The Iron Giant and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
With San Diego Comic Con literally just days away, we are starting to slowly get an idea of some of the great con exclusive’s and general releases that will be available. One artist who is not skimping when it comes to having a fully stocked booth this coming weekend is Jason Edmiston!
This past year, Jason has been incredibly busy producing artwork for toys and prints for various galleries and shows and will be bringing them all together when he hits booth #5015 in the illustrators section this weekend. We have collected together a selection of what you could pick up from one of the nicest and most talented guys in the industry.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Florey is an Artist, Graphic Designer and Illustrator with over ten years experience in print and corporate design as well as an integral part of Blurppy’s Poster Posse as well as producing pieces for Hero Complex Gallery.
Recently Florey produced a really cute series title “Happy Little Bad Guys” which quickly sold out over at his online store. Florey is now back with the latest evolution of the series, and he is thinking BIG, Introducing the first print in the “Happy BIG Bad Guys” series…”Happy BIG Stay Puft”!
With DC Comics having declared July 23rd as Batman day and San Diego Comic Con just around the corner, there has been a plethora of artists sending their creative gifts his way.
Recently Blurppy curated a week long online event of art produced by the Poster Posse celebrating Batman, within which Salvador Anguiano created a clever piece depicting Batman adorning his various cowls throughout the years. Salvador has now teamed up with Hero Complex Gallery to release the piece as a very limited edition fine art Giclee.