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Mondo Announces 80 Years of Batman Online Release (Part 1) Info

Tomorrow Mondo will kick-off the first collection (of three) of remaining prints from their recent 80 Years of Batman gallery show.  Mondo will have the first batch of posters collecting several stunning covers from the Golden and Silver Age Bat books. Featuring artwork by Bob Kane, Fred Ray, Jerry Robinson, Sheldon Moldoff, Carmine Infantino, and Murphy Anderson, these posters all highlight the lighter, more pulpy beginnings of the Dark Knight Detective.

Prints will be available on Tuesday May 28 at a random time via mondotees.com! Please follow Mondo on Twitter for the on sale announcement.

Detective Comics 27 by Bob Kane
18″x24″ screenprinted poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 250
$45

Batman 11 by Fred Ray and Jerry Robinson
18″x24″ screenprinted poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 175
$45

Batman 9 by Fred Ray and Jerry Robinson
18″x24″ screenprinted poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 275
$45

Detective Comics 69 by Jerry Robinson
18″x24″ screenprinted poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 225
$45

Detective Comics 241 by Sheldon Moldoff
18″x24″ screenprinted poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 200
$45

Detective Comics 367 by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson
24″x36″ screenprinted poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 200
$50

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Banksy’s Venice in Oil

During the Venice Biennale 2019 art exhibition, controversial street artist Bansky stealthily set up a stall along artist’s row to feature multi-panel artwork of the city’s famous canals.

As of late, however, these gorgeous waterways have become inundated with giant cruise ships that bring in tourists from all over the world but take away from the charm of the city. Banksy’s reflected the scope of this problem in a piece he called “Venice in Oil”.

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Cuyler Smith’s Trading Cards 4 To Open At Gallery 1988 On May 24

This Friday night, the fourth installment of Cuyler Smith’s Trading Cards will open at Gallery 1988.

Cuyler Smith’s annual art show has become a major tradition at G1988. His trading card set, depicting pop culture athletes, continue to sell out every time they’re released. 

40 brand new cards will be released and you can check some of them out below. Cuyler will be in attendance from 7-9 PM, and this will be your first chance to pick up artwork. Remaining cards will go online the following day at gallery1988.com.

      

This special Larry David card is only available in packs and complete sets

Image Credit LINK

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation & Spoke Art Gallery To Host A Pop-Up Art Exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art Gallery have joined forces to host a pop-up art exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless, at Wright’s winter home and desert laboratory, Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona from June 15 – June 16.

Following the debut of the show, the exhibition will travel to Spoke Art’s sister gallery in New York, Hashimoto Contemporary, July 26 – July 28. The show will feature artistic interpretations of Wright-designed buildings and guests will have an opportunity to purchase limited-edition, hand-numbered prints starting at $50.

The show features work from over a dozen international artists, with pieces designed in the style of a 1930s-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) travel poster. Some participating artists include Steve Thomas from Minnesota, George Townley from the United Kingdom; Max Dalton from Argentina; Martin Ansin from Uruguay; Nico Delort from France; Matt Taylor from the United Kingdom; Alison King from Phoenix.

To learn more about the Spoke Art Frank Lloyd Wright show, or to purchase these limited-edition prints (after the New York show closes), visit FrankLloydWright.org/SpokeArt.

Art by Steve Thomas

Art by Max Dalton

Art by Rory Kurtz

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Suntup Editions To Release Stephen King’s Four Past Midnight Print By Rob Wood

Last year, Suntup Editions released two prints from artist Rob Wood featuring art from the covers of Needful Things and Nightmares and Dreamscapes. Now, Suntup is delighted to offer Rob’s beautiful art from the first edition of Four Past Midnight as their latest addition to The Covers Collection.

Four Past Midnight was the first of several covers Rob Wood created for Stephen King books in the 1990s. Wood had recently completed a series of illustrations on the universe and stars for Time Life Magazine. From the moment he heard the title Four Past Midnight, Wood envisioned a giant clock in space. Of the five covers he created for King books, this one was entirely Wood’s concept with no changes requested by the publishers. It remains his personal favorite.

These prints are hand-signed by Rob Wood, who has also created a Remarque inspired by “Sun Dog,” one of the four stories featured in Four Past Midnight. The Remarque appears on the first 20 large prints — five of which are available for purchase at the time of the release, so act fast on those.

Exclusively available through Suntup Editions for your private collection, and limited to just 50 copies per size, worldwide.

– Museum Quality Giclée prints.
– Signed and authorized by the original cover artist.
– Limited to only 50 copies of each size worldwide, plus 3 Artist Proofs and – 3 Publisher Proofs for private distribution.
– Shipped with a Certificate of Limitation and Authenticity from the publisher.
– Printed on 300 GSM, 100% cotton paper that is Acid-Free, Lignin-Free, Chlorine-Free and with No Optical Brighteners.
– Prints are embossed with the publisher’s mark.

Release Date: June 1, 2019
Available for Pre-Order: May 15, 2019

Large Size: 18″ x 24″ $175
Small Size: 12″ x 17″ $100

Order HERE.

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Mondo Gallery Presents: 80 Years of Batman Show

The Dark Knight returns to the Mondo Gallery this May with a brand new show eight decades in the making! The “80 Years of Batman” gallery show will celebrate the history of the caped crusader, along with his allies and infamous rogue gallery of villains, with 18 classic, iconic and fan-favorite Batman comic book cover images produced as screenprinted posters.

Opening night for “80 Years of Batman” will be held Friday, May 17 from 7 – 10PM, and the show will run through May 25 during regular gallery hours (12PM – 6PM, Tuesday to Saturday). Mondo Gallery is located at 4115 Guadalupe St., Austin, TX.

“For most of my life I’ve been enamored with Batman. His rogues. His world. His look. It’s just about as perfect as you can get,” says Eric Garza, Mondo Creative Director. “It wasn’t until I was a bit older that I became enthralled with the artists who have lent their talents to drawing old Bats. From campy pulp detective to hardened Dark Knight, so many brilliant artists have added to the allure and majesty of the Caped Crusader. To celebrate 80 monumental years and the incredible comics legacy of the Batman, we’ve mined the Batcave for our favorite and most iconic Batman comic book covers. We are proud to share them with the world as beautifully produced screenprinted posters. Long live the Bat.”

Take a look at a selection of “80 Years of Batman” screenprinted posters:

Detective Comics #27 (1939) by Bob Kane

Detective Comics #367 (1967) by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson

Batman #251 (1973) by Neal Adams

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (1986) by Frank Miller

Batman: A Death In The Family (1988) by Jim Aparo

Batman #423 (1988) by Todd McFarlane & Anthony Tollin

Batman #291 (1977) by Jim Aparo and Tatjana Wood

Batman #1 (2011) by Greg Capullo and FCO Plascencia

Batman #9 (1939) by Fred Ray and Jerry Robinson

Gotham By Gaslight (1989) by Mike Mignola

Detective Comics #37 (2014) Widescreen Variant by Darwyn Cooke

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Avengers: Endgame Crew Poster By Matt Talbot

Matt Talbot was commissioned to create this Avengers: Endgame poster for the film crew. The limited edition 9-color 24×36 screenprint was printed by VGKids. 

The artist shared, “I’m so honored to have been asked to work on this project. I think Endgame was unbelievably awesome, and it was incredibly fun to try and fit as many characters and scenes in the poster as possible.”

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Bottleneck Gallery To Release Detective Comics Volume 2 #1000 Cover Print By Michael Cho On May 10

Bottleneck Gallery will release Detective Comics Volume 2 #1000 cover prints by Michael Cho tomorrow. The poster features a myriad of Batmen! The Caped Crusader’s had a long history of alternate Batties, and Michael’s brought them all together. Michael’s art is brilliantly bright, and features a gorgeous Golden Age comic aesthetic.

The prints will be available for purchase Friday May 10th at 12PM ET HERE.

Detective Comics Vol. 2 #1000 by Michael Cho
Giclee print
16 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 150
$40


Detective Comics Vol. 2 #1000
Blue Variant by Michael Cho
Giclee print
16 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 75
$45


Detective Comics Vol. 2 #1000
Yellow Variant by Michael Cho
Giclee print
16 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 40
$50

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Chucky Murders Woody From Toy Story In New Child’s Play Poster

Chucky’s not afraid of a little competition as the new Child’s Play movie poster calls out Toy Story 4, which will open in theaters on the same day.

Aubrey Plaza (Ingrid Goes West) and Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) are headlining the new Child’s Play, under the helm of filmmaker Lars Klevberg (Polaroid). Tyler Burton Smith wrote the screenplay based on the 1988 film. In the reboot, Plaza stars as a mother who gives her son Andy, portrayed by Gabriel Bateman (Lights Out), a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature. The new version of the killer doll won’t be a doll possessed by a serial killer but will be a defective Buddy doll whose programming code was hacked so that he has no limitations to learning and also violence.

Additional cast includes Beatrice Kitsos (The Exorcist) and Ty Consiglio (Wonder) who will be playing the roles of Falyn and Pugg respectively, two friends of Andy Barclay in the new film which is currently shooting in Vancouver. Carlease Burke (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle) will also star in the film. Mark Hamill (Star Wars) will take over from Brad Dourif (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest) as the voice of Chucky.

This will be a complete diversion from the original Child’s Play movie series created by Don Mancini, which featured Brad Dourif playing a serial killer who used voodoo to place his spirit in a ‘Good Guy Doll,’ which would become the Chucky we all know and love. Though Mancini and producer David Kirschner are currently working on making more Child’s Play movies, as well as a TV series, with Dourif still voicing Chucky, this new take on Child’s Play by Orion will essentially be a competing property, and Mancini and company will not be involved at all.

Child’s Play hits theaters on June 21.

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Scott C. Announces May The Fourth Great Showdown Prints

May the 4th is that special day for all of you who love Star Wars. To celebrate this day, Scott C. is releasing his monthly Showdown prints a little bit early.

These 3 special May The 4th Great Showdown prints will be on sale for 48 hours starting May the 4th at 10 am EST through to Monday, May 6th at 10 am EST. As with all timed releases, edition numbers will be determined by actual sale totals. All of the prints are different sizes this time around, including a 12 x 12 inch print of Scott’s favorite four legged machine!

Click HERE to order.

The Four-Legged Machine
12×12 inches archival giclee art print
Hand signed and numbered
$50

The Little Beep Boom
4.75 x 4.75 inches archival giclee art print
Hand signed and numbered
$15

The Stout Fellow
7.25 x 4.75 inches archival giclee art print
Hand signed and numbered
$20

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