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Nautilus Art Prints To Release 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Print By Jonathan Burton On September 15, 2014

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Following Stan & Vince’s ‘The first men in the moon, Nautilus Art Prints is very proud to present its new poster, by Jonathan Burton ’20,000 Leagues Under The Sea’.

Since Jonathan also created illustrations for the book ‘Around the World in 80 days’, recently published by Milan Editions in France, Nautilus naturally asked him if he would be interested in working with them by creating a new Jules Verne tribute:˝20,000 Lieues Sous Les Mers˝.

The sale is scheduled for Monday September 15, 2014 at 7 pm (Paris time).

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea by Jonathan Burton (Regular)

Regular Poster
Size: 24×36 inches / 61X91cm
Colrs: 9
Edition size: 250
Price: 45E / US$ 60
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20,000 Leagues Under The Sea by Jonathan Burton (Variant)

French Variant Poster
Size: 24×36 inches / 61X91cm
Colors: 9
Edition size: 100
Price: 65E / US$ 90
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MONDO To Release Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Posters By Tom Whalen, Rich Kelly, JC Richard & Andrew Kolb On September 11, 2014

MONDO To Release Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Posters By Tom Whalen, Rich Kelly, JC Richard & Andrew Kolb On September 11, 2014

Tomorrow MONDO will release four brand new posters from four different artists representing four very different eras of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

MONDO will have posters for the 1980’s classic animated cartoon series by Tom Whalen, the 1990 live action film by Rich Kelly, the original Eastman/Laird comics by JC Richard and the amazing new TMNT cartoon series currently airing on Nickelodeon by Andrew Kolb. This franchise and these characters mean a lot to MONDO and they are thrilled to have been able to produce new artwork that represents just how iconic they are. Turtle power!

Please follow MONDO on Twitter for the on sale announcement. These posters will be available online at a random time on Thursday September 11, 2014.

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Poster by Tom Whalen. 18″x24″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 300. $45

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Poster by Rich Kelly. 18″x24″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 300. $45

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Poster by JC Richard. 36″x16.5″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 225. $45

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Poster by Andrew Kolb. 18″x24″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 175. $45

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See The Cover of Marvel’s Deathlok #2 By Tom Whalen

When Marvel Comics announced their new Avengers NOW! initiative, there were a few big bullet-point announcements. Thor’s a woman; the Falcon is the new Captain America; Iron Man’s getting a Genius-Bar costume change. But for a certain kind of comic book fan, the most important part of the announcement was: Deathlok.

The cyborg hero first appeared four decades ago, but 2014 has seen a veritable Deathlok renaissance. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. put its own spin on the character, transforming J. August Richards’ superpowered Mike Peterson into a scarred killing machine. And in October, Marvel is launching a new Deathlok ongoing series, written by Nathan Edmondson and drawn by Mike Perkins, focusing on sleeper agent Henry Hayes.

Here is the variant cover of Deathlok #2, illustrated by artist Tom Whalen, creator of countless alternate movie posters for MONDO.

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Gallery 1988 Announces Joss Whedon Inspired Art Show Opening On September 5, 2014

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A show almost 2 years in the making, this Friday night at Gallery 1988 (West), artists will debut pieces inspired by the movies and TV shows of writer/director Joss Whedon.

When Whedon explained he hoped Gallery1988 would one day tribute his work with an art show during his Comic Con Q&A one year, the gallery jumped at the possibility. With the blessing of Whedon, it will all come to a head this weekend, when G1998 launches the show with an opening reception from 7-10 PM.

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Joss Whedon will reportedly be in attendance at the show opening on September 5, 2014.

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7308 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046

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Bottleneck Gallery Releases Star Wars Themed Trilogy Print Set By Matt Ferguson

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Bottleneck Gallery Releases Star Wars Themed Trilogy Print Set By Matt Ferguson

Over the last few months, Matt Ferguson has been working on a special Star Wars themed project with Bottleneck Gallery and they are happy to say that the wait is finally over…

All 3 screen prints in Matt’s trilogy set are printed on French Paper Pop-Tones and measure 12 x 24 inches. Each print is $35 or you can purchase the entire trilogy for $100. The number on the print will be determined when the sale ends on Sunday, September 7th at 11:59PM est. Each print will come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Matt Ferguson. Also, with each purchase made, you are entered into a drawing to win a special wood variant of the set. The wood set is also available to purchase for $350 and be numbered out of an edition of 30. The winner of the drawing will be announced on Monday, September 8th.

The set is now available to purchase HERE.

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“You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious.”

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“There’s a meteorite that hit the ground near here. I want to check it out.”

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“I feel his presence. He’s come for me. He can feel me when I’m near.”

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Gallery 1988 Announces Bust’d, A Tom Whalen Art Show Opening On October 3, 2014

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Gallery 1988 has announced a new Tom Whalen art show, Bust’d opening on October 3, 2014 at 7PM.

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I Am The Bat Man Limited Edition Print By Matt Ferguson Available At Here Complex Gallery

Hero Complex Gallery is releasing this Dark Knight inspired print by Matt Ferguson titled “I am the Bat Man”. The fine art giclee print measures 8 x 10 and will be limited to an edition of 25. The cost is $25 plus $6 flat shipping (domestic).

You can order the print HERE.

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MONDO Announces “Harsh Majical” A Gallery Show By “We Buy Your Kids” Opening On August 29, 2014

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MONDO welcomes back the Australian artist duo, We Buy Your Kids, for the next gallery show, “Harsh Majical.” The show will run from August 29th through September 15th. The opening reception will be Friday, August 29th from 7 –10pm at the Mondo Gallery, located at 4115 Guadalupe St. in Austin, TX. Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney, the faces behind Sydney-based We Buy Your Kids, are known for their colorful, off-beat design style. They combine hand-made and digital techniques to create their work, often experimenting with color, shape and texture. Their influences include a shared love of comic books, skateboarding, music and film.

The show’s title, “Harsh Majical,” came from a direct English translation of a Chinese description of WBYK’s work. “We felt it might sum up the final outcome, but more importantly describes the fun we’ve had working on this collection.” It will include prints from films previously tackled by Mondo artists, such as Alien and The Fly, but will also introduce some new titles such as White Men Can’t Jump and Thrashin’.

In addition to creating prints for Mondo’s online store, this will be the second gallery show featuring art from the talented duo. Their first, entitled “Tina’s Mom’s Boyfriend” (which opened in December of 2012), was a huge success and “Harsh Majical” is expected to be equally bizarre and awesome.

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James White’s Solo Exhibition Celscapes To Open At Bottleneck Gallery On August 29, 2014

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Please join Bottleneck Gallery on Friday, August 29, 2014, as they open James White (Signalnoise)’s solo exhibition, Celscapes.

Here is how the artist describes the exhibit:

“Being a child of the 1980s, Saturday mornings were spent in front of the television with a bowl of cereal watching all of my favourite cartoons. What always struck me about those classic shows, such as Spider-man, Masters of the Universe, Scooby-Doo and the Superfriends were the beautifully hand-painted backgrounds. Sadly, that form of animation has faded away. Celscapes is a celebration of those classic painted backgrounds, depicting scenes from films, television and cartoons.”

The opening reception will take place from 7pm-10pm. Admission and drinks are free.

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Phone Booth Gallery Announces Kevin Tong & Tom Whalen: Info-Rama Art Show Opening On August 23, 2014

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Phone Booth Gallery is proud to present, “Info-Rama,” an exhibition of intricate screen-printed infographics crafted by artists Tom Whalen and Kevin Tong. The exhibition opens with an all-ages reception on Saturday, August 23rd, from 7-10pm, at Phone Booth Gallery’s exhibition space at 2533 East Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803. “Info-Rama” remains on view through September 17th at the gallery and online at www.phoneboothgallery.com.

Infographics have a history that stretches back centuries. French engineer Charles Minard is credited with starting the trend in the early 1800s, making drawings detailing Napoleon’s invasions and pie charts tracking cattle-consumption. With “Info•Rama,” intentionally scheduled to coincide with the start of the school year, Kevin and Tom endeavored to design images that simultaneously functioned as art and resources and could potentially find homes on classroom walls. The screen-printing process used to make each one gives these objects a vividness and tactility that distinguishes them from most educational posters.

For the show, Tong, an illustrator whose work often ventures into the realm of fantasy, has designed a multi-part, brightly colored guide to human anatomy. He also created a fiery, futuristic-looking infographic explaining the life and legacy of forward-thinking engineer Nikola Tesla, after whom Tesla Motors is named. His brief illustrated history of the USS Los Angeles, the rigid Zeppelin airship built by the U.S. Navy in 1924, is noir-like, all black, white and gray.

Whalen, an artist who frequently re-interprets vintage design motifs in his work, has imbued his series of infographics with an old-fashioned whimsy. His guide to the first transcontinental railroad uses fonts reminiscent of Wild West signage, and the mountains looming in the background behind the train cars are simple and stylized. His brief explanation of the life and habits of the stegosaurus is similarly stylized, with the dinosaur pictured at center and colored purple and orange. Whalen plays with size and shape in each of his infographics, using a banner-like orientation for his guides to the Octopus and the Samurai but using horizontal orientations and standard rectangles as well.

Any educator who purchases a print from the show will receive a discount, but the information Tong and Whalen artfully present should appeal to anyone curious about how the world works, whether they have students to teach or not.

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