“Planet of the Apes Crossing the Delaware.” Can you imagine how amazing the original painting of this image would look hanging in a gallery? I don’t know enough about this painting or the artist, other than it appeared in a 1974 issue of Smash Magazine. If anyone out there has any info, I’d love to […]
Saturday night in the McDonald’s parking lot (circa 1989)
How many properties can you spot? I’ll give you the hardest one, which I doubt anyone could even see,. That blue stick is Evil Lyn’s staff from He-Man. That’s one. There are 12 other 80’s toy lines represented here. I had fun making this vignette of 80’s toys, planning to enter the photo in UnderScoopFire’s […]
Martin Ansin’s Man of Steel poster is… Super!
It really isn’t fair how artists such as Martin Ansin have been allotted so much talent. Save some for the rest of us, would you? For the last few years, Ansin has been one of my favorite poster artists, and his Man of Steel print is absolutely breathtaking… A while back, Mondo released this poster a little differently […]
New kid on the art poster block: Hey Lucky!
Hey Lucky! is a new site dedicated to producing collectible limited edition screen prints, and from the looks of their first two prints, I am excited to see what’s coming next. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory by Pan 16.5″ x 23.4″ – Edition of 150. £40 Escape From New York by Pan 16.5″ x 23.4″ – Edition of 150. £40 […]
Book Report — Star Trek: The Art of Juan Ortiz
I may not be the biggest Star Trek fan out there, but I do love movie posters and art based on pop culture, and I was very excited when this new book landed in my mailbox… Star Trek: The Art of Juan Ortiz is a beautiful, oversized book filled with posters Ortiz developed for every episode […]
Breaking Bad Heisenberg action figure
When I saw this Walter White action figure at the store the other day, I knew I had to have it. After freeing Heisenberg from his packaging, I can’t really call it an action figure, because he has zero articulation — maybe I should have read the packaging a little closer — but it is […]