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MONDO Announces Pulp Menagerie, A Gallery Show By Tom Whalen Opening On May 22, 2015

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MONDO is thrilled to announce their next gallery show, Pulp Menagerie, featuring screen prints by the incredibly talented Tom Whalen. The exhibit, which opens up May 22, 2015 will feature titles including Godzilla, Mad Monster Party & Batman.

The opening reception will take place on May 22nd from 7-10 PM at the MONDO Gallery. The exhibit will be on display until June 6, 2015.

According to Tom, this is how he describes the show:

“The term “Pulp Menagerie” speaks to the varied subject matter on exhibit. The pieces are akin to the diverse, exotic creatures and curiosities that were captured, groomed and showcased in the royal menageries of the middle ages. Also featured will be some truly unique in-gallery visuals that ascend the theme to a new dimension, so stay tuned.”

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Godzilla, 24″x36″, Edition of 250

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Godzilla (Variant), 24″x36″, Edition of 125

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Mad Monster Party, 18″x24″, Edition of 250

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Mad Monster Party, 18″x24″, Edition of 125

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Batman (1940s Era), 12″x36″, Edition of 275

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Daredevil Regular Print, 36″ x 24″ Edition of 275

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Daredevil Variant Print, 36″ x 24″ Edition of 125

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Back To The Future , Edition of 325

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Dark Hall Mansion To Release Beatles Inspired Print, “The Record Store” By Dave Perillo On May 22, 2015

Dark Hall Mansion  is most pleased to reveal its latest officially licensed Beatles limited edition print release: “The Record Store” by contemporary artist, Dave Perillo, on sale this Friday, May 22nd, 2015!

Dark Hall Mansion, working with Apple Corps Ltd and Bravado International, their North American licensing agent, will release Dave Perillo’s unique take on a very special moment at a most everyday record store. An unusual and quietly meditative piece that catches the Beatles pausing before a record store window, a reflection on all accomplished and all that’s yet to come, it’s as much a meditation on artistry and artistic achievement as it is on fame and identity. Are the Beatles pausing in some “Hard Day’s Night”-like run from their oncoming swarm of fans, or were they already there, quietly taking in the moment, alone and contemplative as only they knew this singular experience? The print is a special one, having required select clearances so Dave might be able to include actual Beatles record covers, tour posters, television performance imagery and related, all in creating his piece. What we see is at once so very public and yet so intimate and private, only the public visage of the Beatles gazes back at the viewer, while Dave’s rendering of nuances such as slight head tilts and telling body language allow us to also stand quietly with the Beatles, sharing this moment with them. A charming piece no doubt, but a poignant one as well.

DHM’s officially licensed Beatles Dave Perillo “The Record Store” limited edition Standard print measures 20″ x 28,” is a 6-color screen print, hand numbered and limited to a worldwide run of only 280 pieces at $65. The Variant edition is a 20″ x 28″ 6-color screen print, 3 colors being metallic ink highlights, hand numbered and limited to only 50 pieces worldwide at $100. The select Foil edition (based on Std colorway) measures 20″ x 28,” a 6-color screen print, on foil, hand numbered and limited to only 10 editions worldwide at $150. The select Foil edition (based on Variant colorway) measures 20″ x 28,” is a 6-color (3 being metallic ink highlights) screen print, on foil, hand numbered and limited to only 10 editions worldwide at $150.

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“The Record Store” 20″ x 28″ Standard paper edition of 280: $65

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“The Record Store” 20″ x 28″ Variant paper edition of 50 (with metallic ink highlights): $100

“The Record Store” 20″ x 28″ Foil edition of 10 (based on Standard colorway): $150

“The Record Store” 20″ x 28″ Foil edition of 10 (based on Variant colorway/with metallic ink highlights): $150

All editions go on sale this Friday, May 22nd, 2015 at Dark Hall Mansion. They’ll go on sale on our dedicated Store page at 9:30 AM PST here: http://www.darkhallmansionstore.com/

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Gallery 1998 Announces Fictional Food Gallery Show By Joshua Budich Opening On May 22, 2015

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On May 22, 2015 please join Gallery1988 (West) for a massively impressive art show from artist Joshua Budich as he takes us on a trip through some of pop culture’s most memorable fictional foods.

Joshua’s huge new collection depicts your favorite fictitious foodstuffs like the Wonka Bar, Popeye’s Spinach and Lone Star Beer. The comprehensive exhibit will open with a reception from 7-10 PM at G1988 (West) May 22nd. Come meet the artist in person and check out his incredible new work. He will debut 42 new screenprints at this must-see gallery show!

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Gallery Nucleus Presents The Goonies 30th Anniversary Art Show Opening On May 23, 2015

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Gallery Nucleus presents The Goonies 30th Anniversary Art Show opening on May 23, 2015.

This tribute exhibition commemorates 30 years of The Goonies. The show will open on May 23, 2015 and the artwork will be on display until June 7, 2015.

Featured artists include:

Andrea Kalfas, Bannister, Betsy Bauer, Bill Robinson, Brendan Merien, Charles Santoso, Chogrin, Chris Appelhans, Christophe Leroy Dixon, Clémént Lefèvre, Drake Brodahl, Drazen Kozjan, Eren Blanquet Unten, Florent Remize, Graham Corcoran, Ellen Surrey, Israel Sanchez, Jeremie Almanza, Jez Tuya, Joey Chou, Jonathan Edwards, JP Ahonen, Juliaon Roels, Junyi Wu, Lindsey Olivares, Lorenzo Montatore, Ludovic Chesnot, Maxime Mary, Nick Watson, Nicole Gustafsson, Nikolas Ilic, Pakoto Martinez, Paul Echegoyen, Pauline Merlaut, Richard Pose, Robert Kondo, Romain Mennetrier, Seb Mesnard, Violaine Briart, Willie Real, Yvan Duque and Zane Yarbrough.

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Economics Merges With Comics In Aalessandro Rabatti’s Facebank Series

Italian artist Aalessandro Rabatti’s Facebank series reworks selected parts of the U.S dollar bill, British pound sterling and Yuan/Renminbi banknotes by adding details that reflect iconic super heroes.

The artist wishes to reflect the value money and incite a discussion about the current economic crisis. Check out his art HERE.

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MONDO To Release Mad Max: Fury Road Soundtrack & Posters On May 15, 2015

To celebrate the return of the Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), and director George Miller’s post-apocalyptic world of metal on metal carnage in Mad Max: Fury Road (in theaters May 15), MONDO is excited to unveil the original motion picture soundtrack in a gorgeously packaged vinyl album and two glorious screen prints.

The vinyl comes with two interchangeable covers with artwork by Boneface featuring Max and Fury Road’s big bad, Immortan Joe. Boneface also contributed a character-focused screen print, which nicely complements Killian Eng’s hellish landscape portrait, featuring an armada of menacing vehicles. The posters will go sale along with a pre-order for the vinyl at MondoTees.com on Friday May 15, 2015.

“The artists had a lot of fun with this one. George Miller’s iconic production design in the Mad Max films has been injected with nitro for Fury Road. His visionary world offered a kaleidoscope of visually arresting characters, vehicles and landscapes for Boneface and Killian Eng to play in. We were honored for the chance to work on one of our most anticipated films of the summer,” said MONDO CEO Justin Ishmael.

Mad Max: Fury Road Original Score

Composer Junkie XL utilized the movie’s vast landscape to explore a diverse range of musical territory, from beating drums to sweeping strings and electric guitar-driven operatic themes, utilizing nearly 200 instruments. “The score includes almost everything in a composer’s arsenal. The instrumentation ranges from big, brutal percussion and an 80-voice choir, with string sections and musical sound design, and everything in between. I used anything I could get my hands on.”

Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg) has built a reputation on musical experimentation. The Grammy-nominated multi-platinum selling producer and composer’s versatility puts him on the cutting edge of contemporary music, as well as at the vanguard of film composition.  Junkie is able to draw on his extensive knowledge of classical forms and structures while maintaining a connection with popular music. His recent film credits include Divergent, 300: Rise of an Empire, and Run All Night. Junkie XL’s upcoming projects include Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Warner Bros. Point Break, inspired by the classic 1991 hit film of the same name, releasing December 25, 2015. He is teaming with Oscar® winning composer Hans Zimmer for Batman v. Superman, providing the music for Batman with Zimmer composing the score for Superman in the film. Junkie XL has collaborated with Zimmer on several projects including The Amazing Spiderman 2, Man of Steel, Shark Tale, and one of the highest-grossing films of all-time, Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. He is also currently creating new themes for EA Sports’ prestigious NFL video game franchise Madden ’16.

Track Listing

 01. Survive (1:30)
02. Escape (2:14)
03. Immortan’s Citadel (8:41)
04. Blood Bag (2:30)
05. Spikey Cars (3:12)
06. Storm Is Coming (5:37)
07. We Are Not Things (1:38)
08. Water (3:15)
09. The Rig (4:14)
10. Brothers In Arms (4:22)
11. The Bog (6:58)
12. Redemption (1:46)
13. Many Mothers (5:16)
14. Claw Trucks (5:32)
15. Chapter Doof  (Extended Version) (7:05)
16. My Name Is Max  (Extended Version) (4:43)
17. Let Them Up (2:37)

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Mad Max: Fury Road Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2XLP
Music By Tom Holkenborg AKA Junkie XL
Pressed on 180 Gram Colored Vinyl
Artwork by Boneface
$35

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Mad Max: Fury Road
(Vehicles Screen Print)
Artist: Kilian Eng
Size: 24″x36″
Edition of 375

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Mad Max: Fury Road
(Characters Screen Print)
Artist: Boneface
Size: 18″x24″
Edition of 275

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MONDO Announces When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth Gallery Show Opening On June 12, 2015

MONDO’s dino-sized gallery show celebrating Jurassic Park and the highly anticipated Jurassic World (in theaters June 12) will feature dozens of artists contributing original works of art and screen prints for one of the all time greatest blockbusters.

“When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth” will have an opening reception on June 12th from 7:00 -10:00pm. The show will be on display until June 27th.

The films offer a rich world of colossal dinosaurs, gorgeous tropical landscapes and iconic characters for artists to draw their inspiration from. The title of the show “When Dinsoaurs Ruled The Earth” references the climactic scene of Jurassic Park when the T-Rex triumphantly reclaims her dominance at the top of the food chain, making the past tense of that falling banner’s copy ominously incorrect. Now 65 million + 22 years later, dinosaurs are getting their first fully functioning theme park in Jurassic World with all of the terrible implications of how that will go perfectly wrong.

“Hosting an entire gallery exhibit of new Jurassic Park artwork is a dream come true for us. It has been over 20 years since the first film captured the imagination of the entire planet and we hope to recreate some of the wonder and excitement of the franchise with this show,” said Mondo CEO Justin Ismael

Mondo will also offer a limited pressing of the previously sold out Jurassic Park original motion picture soundtrack on Dino DNA Splatter vinyl. The first poster reveal from the show is from artist Francesco Francavilla, depicting the awe-inspiring T-Rex ready to take a bite out of a certain island off the coast of Costa Rica with its inverse composition alluding to another famous Steven Spielberg movie poster featuring a toothy maw.

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The following artists will be represented at “When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth.

Dan Black, Frans Boukas, Becky Cloonan, Sam Wolfe Connelly, DKNG, Jason Edmiston, James Flames, Francesco Francavilla, Ken Garduno, Nicole Gustafsson, Brandon Holt, Aaron Horkey, Jock, Rich Kelly, Kilas, The Little Friends of Printmaking, Dan McCarthy, Seb Mesnard, Drew Millward, Gary Pullin, Arik Roper, Neal Russler, Tiny Kitten Teeth, Todd Slater, Stan and Vince, Ken Taylor, John Vogl, Teagan White, Erica Williams, NC Winters and Wocco.

Remaining prints and original works will go on sale at MondoTees.com at a future date. Follow @MondoNews for more art reveals and information leading up the show! For more information on the gallery, visit MondoTees.com.

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Bottleneck Gallery Announces “Illuminate”, Raid71’s Second Solo Exhibition Opening On May 15, 2015

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From the rain soaked streets of New York to a neon drenched future Los Angeles, the artist Raid71’s 2nd solo exhibition ‘Illuminate’ brings his eye for architectural detail and playful color to a series of art prints.

A variety of screen prints from ‘Blade Runner’ to ‘The City of Lost Children’, as well as original pieces of art by Raid71 worked on throughout the process of producing the final exhibits.

The show opens on Friday May 15, 2015 at 7PM at Bottleneck in New York (60 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249) All the remaining work will be for sale at Bottleneckgallery.com on Saturday, May 16th at 12pm eastern.

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Dark Hall Mansion To Release King Kong Print By Nicolas Delort On May 15, 2015

Dark Hall Mansion is proud to reveal its latest entry in the DHM Seminal Film Series of limited edition print releases, 1933’s classic, “King Kong,” by artist Nicolas Delort on sale next Friday, May 15th!

Dark Hall Mansion, under license from Warner Bros. Entertainment Consumer Products, has invited leading artist, Nicolas Delort, to take on one of the most influential and groundbreaking of cinema’s early classics. Informed by Willis O’Brien’s legendary stop-motion animation, “King Kong” smashed records on opening at Radio City Music Hall in 1933 and has never looked back since. Its impact shaping generations of filmmakers is undeniable, yet it is Kong’s pathos that forever registers in the hearts of fans. Far from some simple brute, the power and tenderness Kong so eloquently expresses plays out in pioneering and arresting close-ups that still resonate with viewers to this day, Kong’s ending as heartbreaking as it is unforgettable.

Nicolas Delort’s expressed vision for his piece was, from the start, to tell Kong’s tale, organically, to see him in his own domain, the world Kong inhabits. Taking the viewer right to Skull Island, Nicolas’ piece is as much about this mysterious world as it is about Kong himself, and nowhere is this more evocative than in his striking rendering of a cavernous skull and its weeping waterfalls. Nicolas’ “King Kong” print beautifully ties back, mid, and foreground, the native’s massive gates at rear, Kong’s engaged prehistoric battle, and finally, Carl Denham’s camera quietly piercing the jungle, placing the viewer right with the intrepid film crew as it first comes upon the majestic ape. As always, Nicolas brings his striking detail work to bear and compliment his composition and story, while elegant finishing touches, such as his title treatment, herald what’s to come in New York and further showcases his skills.

In a very special surprise for fans, ALL Standard and Variant Nicolas Delort “King Kong” editions will be screen printed on foil, inclusive of metallic ink highlights. There will be a Standard B&W 5-color (2 colors being metallic) screen printed foil edition, and a Variant Sepia-toned 5-color (2 colors being metallic) screen printed foil edition, both measuring 20″ x 30,” and all editions hand-numbered. There will also be two select, giclee printed canvas editions, one with Nicolas’ unique and moody lavender color scheme, the other based on Nicolas’ original B&W vision.

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Standard edition: Black & White
Edition of 280 on foil
$70

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Variant Edition: Sepia
Edition of 70 on foil
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Canvas Edition:
Black and White version: Edition of 10 – $250
Lavendar version: Edition of 10 – $250

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Laurent Durieux To Release Visit Tomorrowland Today Screenprint On May 16, 2015

Laurent Durieux is very proud to announce the release of his next self-published screen print Visit Tomorrowland Today! These screenprints will be available for purchase on May 16, 2015 at 7 pm (GMT+1) on www.retropolis.bigcartel.com.

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Regular Print
24 X 36 Inches
11 Colors
Edition Size: 250
Signed & Numbered
60 Euros

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Variant Print
24 X 36 Inches
11 Colors with Metallic
Edition Size: 100
Signed & Numbered
75 Euros

Super Variant Print
27.56  X 39.37 Inches
11 Colors with Metallic
Edition Size: 40
Printed on Arches paper
Signed & Numbered
100 Euros

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