Mondo Makes Batman: TAS Record Sleeves

Posted by Bob Muir on Jul 17, 2014 in Animation, Comic Books

Mondo Harley Quinn

Batman: The Animated Series had a sharp, yet moody art style, ripe for exploration. Mondo, known mainly for their limited edition posters of classic movies, has done that with a new series of record sleeves. The 7-inch record sleeves will come in five varieties, featuring Harley Quinn, Mr. Freeze, Clayface, Man-Bat, and naturally the Joker. And of course, there will be a small 7-inch vinyl record inside with the show’s theme music pressed onto it. The records are colored as well, to match the sleeves. You can buy them at Mondo’s booth (#835) starting on San Diego Comic Con’s Preview Night, to celebrate Batman’s 75th anniversary. Check out more below! Read more…

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Alien Artist H.R. Giger Passes Away

Posted by Bob Muir on May 15, 2014 in Cinema

H.R. Giger

Hans Ruedi Giger, a Swiss artist responsible for much of the design of Alien, Prometheus, and many other films, has passed away at age 74, due to injuries caused by a fall. H.R. Giger was most well-known for his biomechanical art, which combined living and mechanical elements in horrifying fashion. One of his paintings, Necronom IV, was reused by the artist as the template from which Alien‘s xenomorph was designed. It’s impossible to sum up this man’s artist accomplishments beyond Alien, but a good place to start would be checking out collections of his art like Necronomicon. It’s sure to give you nightmares. Read more…

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The Bottleneck Gallery’s “Can’t Beat Em, Join Em” Show Begins

Posted by Ben Huber on Oct 7, 2012 in Design, Hobbies and Collections


Ready for some zombies in your life, with Halloween coming up? The Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, New York has just opened their latest show, called “Can’t Beat Em, Join Em: The Zombie Show” and has a great lineup of artists, art, and prints available. If you can’t go in person to see all the impressive work, you can still see many of them online and purchase prints. Check out some of the art below, then be sure to visit their site and check out their online store! The show runs from now until October 28th. Read more…

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A Proper Brush for Tablets

Posted by Tim Sheehy on Aug 1, 2012 in Animation, Tech

Like many of you, I’m always looking for new reasons to dust off my iPad or Kindle. To be fair, I use them for everything from casual gaming, to streaming films, and reading books, but being the creative type that I am, I’m never really satisfied. I’m constantly looking for new outlets for my creativity, and with their touch-based interface, you’d think visual art would be a natural fit for such a device. Unfortunately, it’s not always that simple. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve come across some fantastic applications, and I’ve managed to create some impressive works — at least, by my own standards — with just my fingers, but sometimes you just want to have a tool you’re more accustomed to. Introducing the Sensu Brush.

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Nathan Sawaya to Demo Live LEGO Brick Building at San Diego Comic-Con

Posted by Tim Sheehy on Jul 10, 2012 in Comic Books, Hobbies and Collections


Ex-lawyer, and renown brick artist Nathan Sawaya will be in town for San Diego Comic-Con this year. Apparently Nathan plans on teaming up with artist Jim Lee for a special live exhibition where he’ll recreate one of Jim’s Batman portraits using standard LEGO bricks. As part of the larger Darkness & Light: Art Inspired by Heroes & Villains, Hope & Heroism exhibition that’s currently on display, the live event will take place on Friday, July 13th from 11 am to 4 pm at Michael J. Wolf Fine Art Gallery. Read more…

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4×4 Pixels Simplifies Your Favorite Heroes

Posted by Michael Sacco on Nov 28, 2010 in Cinema, Television, Videogames

Link in 4x4 pixels

When a character is ingrained in our heads well enough, we can recognize their color and shape even after they’ve been simplified many times over. 4×4 Pixels is out to prove this, with a growing gallery of 16-pixel renditions of pop culture heroes, like Legend of Zelda’s Link, shown above. I personally loved their interpretation of Jaws (yes, the shark) and Chewbacca — both instantly recognizable despite being little more than blocks of color. It really is amazing the gaps that our brain can fill. Read more…



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