Wired just posted an article and pictures from MONDO’s Game of Thrones gallery show…
Each year, movie fans flock to the South by Southwest Film Festival for the chance to see movies at the cinephile-friendly, beer-serving Alamo Drafthouse Cinema’s Ritz Theater. This year, however, Alamo Drafthouse is offering something for TV fantasy fans too — a gallery show of original Game of Thrones art.
Mondo – the Alamo collectible-art division responsible for all of those amazing movie posters – have asked a talented roster of artists to make original pieces based on the HBO show. The result is a series of eight screen prints and nearly 30 pieces of original art – the latter of which, along with two of the screen prints, will be on display at a Mondo gallery event beginning Friday and running through March 14.
Mondo, which was born out of Alamo founder Tim League’s vintage iron-on T-shirt enterprise Mondo Tees, enlisted some of its best and brightest artists for the show, including San Francisco Blade Runner aficionado Craig Drake, on-record Game of Thrones fan Daniel Danger, and rock poster designer Ken Taylor. It also brought on artists previously unknown to the Mondo roster like Sanjulian and Audrey Kawasaki.
Read more HERE.
In The House of The Undying by Daniel Danger
Margaery by Audrey Kawasaki
Mother of Dragons by Jason Edmiston
Daenerys Targaryen by Craig Drake
Little Lion by N.C. Winters
Bran Stark by Richey Beckett
Prophecy by Tom Bagshaw
Barathian Black Knight by Thomas Hooper
Tyrion by Mike Mitchell
On a separate note, Machinima stopped SXSW in Austin, Texas and decided to stop by the Mondo gallery to check out the Game of Thrones art show and posted the video that you can watch below.