The conclusion to HBO’s True Detective left us with our jaws dropped. No one expected a show like this to rise from the earth but we were thankful that it did. Right before the season’s end, Spoke Art released an amazing limited edition screen printed poster by artist Josh Budich. This amazing piece titled “Time is a flat circle”, is drawn and colored in true Josh Budich fashion. Like much of his past work, his choice of color and incredible attention to detail really capture the tone of that we have all grown to love about True Detective. The piece is a limited edition 18×24 4-color screen print on french lemon drop paper and was available until March 7th through Spoke Art, but will likely be available on Ebay and other similar marketplaces. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on one and will likely post photos of the poster in the near future. Any fan of the show would kill for this piece of collectible artwork for their apartment and i foresee the value of this piece rising over the next few months.
It has been another amazing year in the world of screen printed cult movie art work. One of the best sites out there isMondotees.com, they work with tons of artists across the globe and have created a collective dedicated to putting artistic spins on your favorite movie posters. They put together art galleries and also do a lot with the Alamo draft house which has many screenings for fans of 80’s horror and sci-fi cult flms. This is an extensive collection of all my favorite screen prints from this past 2012 year! enjoy!
So i had the pleasure of dropping in to the Crazy 4 Cult art gallery (http://nineteeneightyeight.com) this past Sunday with @the__donovan and boy were happy with the turn out! One hundred great artists from all over the country have come together to create some of the best cult movie inspired art work to date. I was stoked to see that a lot of the west coast cult art work is starting to make it’s way to the east coast. Bring it. We love it. The galleries running for about a month, so if you have a chance and are in the NYC area, make a pit stop asap, you will not be upset that you did! The info about the gallery is listed below as well as a ton of art you can view as well as purchase!
Opening Reception: Thurs, August 9th from 6-9pm
Gallery1988 NYC Pop-up Store
64 Gansevoort St., NY, NY 10014
Hours: Wed-Sun, 11am-6pm
August 9 – September 1, 2012
Wednesday thru Sunday – 11am to 6pm
Here’s a little artsy homage to one of my all time favorite video game series': METROID. Our heroine Samus still knows how to kick space pirate ass in style! Included are the sites where you can purchase these great pieces of nostalgia.
It’s 3am and i find myself wired on a Saturday night channel surfing only to come across one of favorite childhood blood-fests: Robocop. This movie was one that my parents never wanted me to watch, especially because of many explicitly violent gun battles. It’s funny, in the 80’s did everyone think that Detroit and Seattle would become the most crime infested, dangerous places on earth, where the criminal underbelly ran wild and plotted to destroy the established order? Apparently. Robocop was a movie with a great blend of character development, bad ass action, and hardcore violence. It was every 15 yr old’s dream come true. A lot of artists have posted Robocop screen printed posters, so here they are for your viewing pleasure:
oh yea and here’s the most violent scene in the movie:
These just went up two days ago at Mondotees.com. All original screen prints for the first five planet of the apes films (some of my personal favs) and a limited edition”Go Ape” print. Posters by Martin Ansin, Ken Taylor, Rich Kelly, Phantom City Creative, Florian Bertmer and Jason Edmiston. Unfortunately they sold out in under 15 minutes so i could not get one. If you can get your hands on any of these please contact me!