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Odd City To Release Godfather II Prints By Laurent Durieux On March 6, 2015

On Friday March 6, 2015 Odd City will release Laurent Durieux’s The Godfather Part II posters. All editions are printed by SP Productions in Brussels with 12 colors and they’re all signed by Durieux. The pre-sale begins Friday, March 6th 2015 at the Odd City Store at a random time.


Regular Edition of 375
24×36 screen print


Variant Edition of 200
24×36 screen print

There will also be a Wood Edition of 60 for $300

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Hero Complex Gallery Releasing Wall-E and Friends Print Set By Kendra Minadeo

Today  Hero Complex Gallery is releasing the Wall-E and Friends print set by Kendra Minadeo. The fine art giclee print set of 3 is inspired by the beloved Pixar animated feature, Wall-E. The prints measure approximately 5” x 5” and will be limited to only 50 prints.

You can order the prints HERE for $30 plus $6 for domestic shipping.

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Space Dance

Dirty Job

Dirty Job

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Lunch Break

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Star Wars Art: A Poster Collection


Star Wars Art: A Poster Collection is a sturdy paperback that houses 20 removable, frameable prints of the very best artwork from across the entire George Lucas–curated Star Wars Art series.

Sixteen selections from Visions, Comics, Illustration, Concept, and Posters—including art by Jeffrey Brown, Philippe Druillet, Mike Mignola, Ralph McQuarrie, and Olly Moss—are joined by four newly commissioned artworks created specifically for this book by Max Dalton, Phantom City Creative, Tiny Kitten Teeth, and Jon Vermilyea. These high-quality, large-format, crease-free prints will be sure to transport Star Wars fans of all ages to a galaxy far, far away. . . .

The 42 pages softcover will be available on March 3, 2015 for $19.95.

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Hero Complex Gallery Presents Quotes, Lines & Lyrics Opening On February 27, 2015

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Hero Complex Gallery presents Quotes, Lines & Lyrics opening on February 27, 2015. 70 artists will celebrate famous film and TV quotes, passages from literature and lyrics from music legends.

The opening reception will be on Friday, February 27th, 2015 from 7 – 10pm and online sales are scheduled for Saturday, February 28th at approximately 1pm

Please RSVP for the event HERE.

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MONDO To Release Godzilla Print By Randy Ortiz On February 26, 2015



Tomorrow MONDO will be release Godzilla prints by Randy Ortiz, a print featuring the menacing beast brought to life in the 2014 film. Both regular & variant versions include vibrant, gold metallic titles. You can check out detail shots of the prints on the MONDO blog!

Please follow MONDO on Twitter for the on sale announcement. These posters will be available online at a random time on Thursday, February 26, 2015.

 Godzilla (regular print) by Randy Ortiz. 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 275. $45


Godzilla (variant print) by Randy Ortiz. 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 150. $65

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Catwoman By Glen Brogan

I love this image of Catwoman created by Glen Brogan. Check out some more of his art HERE.

This is what the artist has to say about his art style and philosophy of his craft:

“When you’re a kid you just naturally want to draw and create. Some of us are lucky enough to retain that creative urge as we get older, but becoming a “serious” artist can have its own politics: you have to know the right people, draw the right thing, and show in the right galleries. Sometimes it seems like you’re expected to not only know the difference between good and bad art, but to know what should and shouldn’t be considered art, period. After a while you can get caught up in the philosophy of the whole thing so much that you’ve lost touch with that little kid inside that would sit and draw for hours just because it was fun.

To me, fun is what art is about, pure and simple. I do it because I love it. Nobody should tell you why, how, or what is the right way for you to be happy creating what you want.

Not only did I never outgrow that creative urge, but I never overcame my love for the first type of art children really take an interest in: cartoons. I believe cartooning is a far more complex and intriguing art form than most people think, and the style and sense of humor it requires is an artform all to iteslf. One of my favorite points about cartooning comes from Brad Bird, dircetor of “The Incredibles.” He says that animation in filmmaking is not a genre, but rather another way to make any kind of film; and I feel that way about cartooning in any form: cartoons can be funny, serious, happy, gross, angry, sexy, disturbing, deep, intriguing, or anything else. They are a way to tell a story, to make you laugh and to make you think, and I believe they take a lot of that deep down inner something to create.”


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Gallery 1988 Announces Is This Thing On? # 4 Opening On February 20, 2015


Join Gallery 1988 on Friday February 20, 2015 at G1988 (West) for an annual tradition returning to the gallery, Is This Thing On?

The show will feature artwork inspired by some of our favorite funny people, from stand-up comedians to actors & actresses, all created by some of your favorite G1988 regulars, and new names. Paintings, prints, sculptures and one-of-a-kind will adorn the walls, with legends like Robin Williams, Louis CK, John Belushi and many, many more depicted. This has always been a popular show, and this year will not disappoint.

This show will run through March 14th.


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MONDO To Release Gremlins 2 Prints By Rhys Cooper On February 19, 2015

Tomorrow MONDO will release Gremlins 2 prints by Rhys Cooper. You can check out his Gremlins poster from 2009.

Both Regular & Variant versions of the print feature metallic ink, the Variant also featuring a glow-in-the-dark layer. You can check out some details shots of the Regular print on the MONDO blog.

Please follow MONDO on Twitter for the on sale announcement. These posters will be available online at a random time on Thursday, February 19, 2015.


Gremlins 2 by Rhys Cooper. 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 300. Printed by Seizure Palace. $45


Gremlins 2 by Rhys Cooper. 24″x36″ screen print with glow-in-the-dark layer. Hand numbered. Edition of 130. Printed by Seizure Palace. $65

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Dark Hall Mansion To Release Yellow Submarine Print By Alex Ross On February 26, 2015

Dark Hall Mansion is thrilled to reveal its latest officially licensed Beatles limited edition release: “Yellow Submarine” by preeminent comic book artist, Alex Ross, on sale Thursday, February 26th, 2015.

Dark Hall Mansion, working with Apple Corps Ltd and Bravado International, their North American licensing agent, will release Alex’s singular vision of the Beatles’ groundbreaking 1968 masterpiece, “Yellow Submarine.” Driven by the Beatles legendary music and inspired by the generation’s new trends in art, the film resides with the dazzling styles of Pop Art, yet it’s “Yellow Submarine’s” art direction and production design by Heinz Edelmann that most defined the film’s pioneering look, and it’s in this spirit of unique innovation and creativity that Alex Ross’s highly unusual take can best be appreciated. Alex has often been referred to as ‘the Norman Rockwell of comics’ yet his “Yellow Submarine” piece reveals the similarly powerful influence of master surrealist Salvador Dali, whom Alex has also recognized as a guiding influence on his style. His Blue Meanies are a sight to behold as is his overarching composition that does justice to the sweep of this legendary animated classic. Alex has commented prior on the body of his career’s work noting, “Hopefully by painting the work, you gain a sense of life and believability that will draw the reader in a little more,” and this is dynamically manifest in his massive 6-foot original painting for the Beatle’s “Yellow Submarine.”

Alex has worked on countless high profile projects, legendary comic book characters, Hollywood studios, a print for the Academy Awards, and so much more but he is very well known at this stage of his career for taking on projects of personal relevance and resonance most of all, and it’s in this context that he enthusiastically accepted Dark Hall Mansion’s invitation to a Beatles project, being an enormous fan of the world’s most famous band. Let Alex’s words convey just what the Beatles personally means to him and how meaningful “Yellow Submarine” is as well:

“For as long as I can remember hearing music, I have loved the Beatles. Not only do I believe they are the greatest musical group of all time, but also one of the greatest things to have happened in human history. “Yellow Submarine” has also been one of my favorite films since I was six years old. The opportunity to work with the Beatles’ likenesses in the very inspired context of the “Yellow Submarine” film is an absolute dream come true. There is so much I love about these men, their legacy, and this film.”

It doesn’t get any more clear and his “Yellow Submarine” piece is all Alex. This is the first time Alex has ever done a Beatles project and he was given little constraint, so it’s safe to say all involved on the project, from LA to London, where shocked on receiving a note and attachment one day revealing a stunning 6-foot painting and just exactly how passionate Alex really was about this project! Please see some very special candid progress images of Alex’s piece in development for DHM, attached, each showing him at work on the original painting in his private studio. We’re certain you’ll be impressed!

DHM’s Alex Ross Beatles “Yellow Submarine” limited editions are meticulously printed by Alex’s longstanding personal printer of choice and will be released by Dark Hall Mansion in exact scale to his original painting via limited edition canvas and paper editions. Both Beatles and Alex Ross fans worldwide will have an opportunity to own an officially licensed Beatles, full scale, 72-inch Alex Ross “Yellow Submarine” canvas or paper edition, each personally signed by the artist.

Dark Hall Mansion’s signed Alex Ross “Yellow Submarine” paper edition, limited to a worldwide run of just 295 pieces, will price at $375, while the select signed Alex Ross “Yellow Submarine” canvas edition, with only 125 editions available worldwide, will price at $550.

All Editions go on sale Thursday, Feb 26, 2015 at Dark Hall Mansion. They’ll go on sale on our dedicated Store page at 9:30 AM PST HERE.

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Circle Movies – Minimalistic Fim Posters By Nick Barclay

Sydney-based designer Nick Barclay has created an ultra-minimalist film poster series in which each movie is represented only with circles. He has more minimalist design work on Behance.

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