Mondo Opens Its First Ever Gallery

Mondo, the collectible art boutique arm of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, today opened its doors to a new gallery space and unveiled a spectacular science fiction show with thirty eight pieces of original and screen-printed artwork. The Mondo Gallery is located at 4115 Guadalupe St. in Austin, TX

Creative Team at Mondo – Mitch Putnam, Justin Ishmael and Rob Jones (Photo credit Annie Ray)

Recognized by movie fans and pop culture art enthusiasts across the world, Mondo has grown by leaps and bounds from its modest beginnings.  “We are so proud to unveil our first gallery space. The evolution of Mondo has taken us from being head quartered in a ticket booth at the original Alamo location to our own standalone headquarters. We will take advantage of the extra room by having themed art shows for film, television, comics and all things pop culture. The first show features over 30 artists that produced screen-printed posters as well as original works based on their love for the science fiction genre,” said Mondo Creative Director Justin Ishmael.

“We could not be happier about the artwork we’ve assembled for our inaugural show. It has always been a dream of ours to have a space to hold exhibitions, but we never anticipated this level of work. We are incredibly proud of everyone involved,” said Mondo’s Mitch Putnam.

“We’ve made Austin pretty again” said Mondo’s Rob Jones in his best Rita Moreno voice.

Stunning original works of art and screen prints were created for some of the most beloved and influential science fiction films, including Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn, Forbidden Planet, A Trip to the Moon, The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Fly and Flash Gordon.  The artists featured in the show include the following:

Aaron Horkey, Alex Pardee, Angryblue, Arik Roper, Craig Drake, Craww, Daniel Danger, Drew Millward, Drew Struzan, Esao Andrews, Gary Pullin, Godmachine, Jacob Van Loon, James Flames, Jason Edmiston, Jay Ryan, Jay Shaw, Jeff Soto, Jock, Kako, Ken Taylor, Kevin Tong, Kilian Eng, Martin Ansin, Olly Moss, Phantom City Creative, Randy Ortiz, Rich Kelly, Richey Beckett, Robert Brandenburg, Scott Campbell, Scott Listfield, Silence TV, Todd Slater, Tom Whalen and Tyler Stout.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan by Tyler Stout, 24×36 – Edition of 635 (regular), 280 (variant)

A Trip To The Moon by Phantom City Creative, 18×24 – Edition of 145

The War of The Worlds by Kako, 24×36 – Edition of 120

Forbidden Planet by Kevin Tong, 24×36 – Edition of 225

Fantastic Planet by Aaron Horkey, 20×28 – Edition of 332 (regular), 106 (variant)

Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century by Tom Whalen, 18 x 24 – Edition of 320

Dune by Killian Eng

2001: A Space Odyssey by James Flames

Beware of… THEM! by Gary Pullin, 15″ x 20″ acrylic, pen and ink on illustration board

The Hand of Ming by Jason EdmistonAcrylic on Wood Panel

Death in ’91 by Esao Andrews, Oil on Wood

Party Planet by Scott Campbell, Watercolor on Paper

Rachel by Craig Drake, Gouache on Paper

Seth Brundle by Rich Kelly, Acrylic on Board

Matthew Bennell by Rich Kelly, Acrylic on Board

The Man Who Fell To Earth by Ken Taylor, Acrylic on Board

Published by Larry Fire

I write an eclectic pop culture blog called THE FIRE WIRE that features articles about books, comics, music, movies, television, gadgets, posters, toys & more!

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