Bottleneck Art Gallery Show “It Came From 1984” This Weekend

Posted by Ben Huber on Feb 7, 2014 in Design


Hey look, it’s another sweet show from the Bottleneck Art Gallery in Brooklyn! “It Came From 1984” is a tribute to all the amazing movies that came out that year, from Ghostbusters to Gremlins to The Terminator. It features a variety of artists and pieces, curated by Chogrin. The gallery will have an online store where you can buy pieces, as well as visiting the gallery in person to see everything live! It opens today, Friday Feb. 7th, from 7-10pm. The gallery also has regular hours if you can’t make it to the opening. Check out a few pieces below! (Also, full disclosure, I have one piece in the show. But it’s nothing compared to the work everyone else has contributed — holy crap!) Read more…

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Bottleneck Gallery’s Where Is My Mind? Show Impresses

Posted by Ben Huber on Jul 15, 2013 in Design, Hobbies and Collections


The Bottleneck Gallery has done a great job putting together an impressive lineup of artists and designers. With a new topic or focus each month, there’s always something new to look forward to, and their latest show is no exception. Where Is My Mind? is a new gallery covering anything in pop culture that messed with your head, tickled your brain, or pulled mental gymnastics. While you can visit the gallery itself in New York, if you can’t make it, their online store let’s you see all the pieces as well as order them. Many are very limited in number. There’s a little something for everyone! Check out more images below. Read more…

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Bryan Lee O’Malley & Kevin Tong Cover Battle Royale for Mondo

Posted by Ben Huber on Feb 10, 2013 in Cinema, Hobbies and Collections


Like Battle Royale? How about Scott Pilgrim? Or Kevin Tong? What about ridiculously cool posters? Throw them all together and Mondo has the movie screening for you. On February 16th at the Alamo Drafthouse, in partnership with Mondo, will be showing Battle Royale. Buy a ticket, and not only do you get to see the film, you also get a sweet print by Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley, and renowned print artist Kevin Tong. The poster will be 24 x 36 inches. Supplies and tickets are limited though, so act quick! Read more…

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The Bottleneck Gallery’s The Gang is All Here Show

Posted by Ben Huber on Nov 16, 2012 in Hobbies and Collections


The Bottleneck Gallery is relatively new to the gallery world, but already they’ve done an incredible job of collecting fantastic artists from all over in one place. Their latest show, The Gang is all Here, starts today, November 16th, in Brooklyn, New York. The theme is all about your favorite posse, team, or group! The Wizard of Oz, Star Wars, Harry Potter, and more are just some of the fandoms covered at the show. Can’t make it to the show? You’ll be able to purchase prints online on the 17th! Full disclosure: I’m part of the show too! See if you can find my work hidden between all the amazing artists and other great prints. 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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Dr. Seuss and Star Wars Mashup Designs are Fun and Colorful

Posted by Ben Huber on Oct 1, 2012 in Design, Star Wars


Dr. Seuss and Star Wars… who knew they could fit together so well? Jason Peltz, former Disney animator and freelance artist, made these awesome mashups featuring our favorite Star Wars characters as Dr. Seuss book covers, and they’re incredibly well done. He already had the featured pieces go up on Steal This Art a while ago, and the next one will show up October 4th, so pay attention to that site if you want a print for yourself! He also says the fifth piece is almost finished. Good stuff! Click through for more! Read more…

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Sigils of the Houses of Westeros Poster is Slick

Posted by Ben Huber on Aug 24, 2012 in Design


When designer Darrin Crescenzi got into A Song of Ice and Fire, aka Game of Thrones, he did what many of us did: look for awesome posters! Ok, maybe not many of us, but it’s what I did. Darrin found that there weren’t many compelling designs featuring the sigils of each house, so he made one himself – and it looks fantastic! It’s 18″ x 24″ with gold foil stamp, which gives it a little pop, and is available from his online store for $35. It’ll look right at home on your wall, and probably get a few Game of Thrones discussions going too! Read more…

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Clever Indiana Jones Posters for Your Office or Underground Temple

Posted by Ben Huber on Mar 25, 2012 in Cinema, Fandom


I love Indiana Jones – it’s my favorite adventure film trilogy (shhhh!) and has some of the most recognizable, iconic imagery of any film. Maxime Pécourt realized that, and made three fantastic posters featuring all the various items and objects from the films, formed into the important relics that Jones went after. If you’re interested in these posters, you can check out Pécourt’s Society6 page. And his blog has more creative geek-related work on it as well, so take a look at that as well! Read more…

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Olly Moss Does the Original 3 Starter Pokémon (And More!)

Posted by Ben Huber on Mar 10, 2012 in Design, Fandom


Olly Moss has been one of my most-watched artists recently. Very few people have the consistently excellent output he’s had. You’ve probably seen his work floating throughout the ‘net at some point, especially his popular posters he’s done with Mondo. Just recently, he released four prints at once, the three original starter Pokémon and Pikachu, which sold out almost instantly. So why not take a look at some of his other work? Read more…

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Classic 8-bit Nintendo Posters Are a Bit 3D

Posted by Ben Huber on Jan 22, 2012 in Videogames


Here’s a few more awesome game-related prints for your perusal: David Anthony Wood recently posted 3 prints featuring some cool NES-inspired work, but with a little more dimension added to them. I’m sure something like this has been done before, but David did it simply and well. Boiling it down to the most iconic elements – I can appreciate that. You can find them on his Society6 page for order if you’re interested. Read more…

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Droids Have Feelings Too!

Posted by Ben Huber on Jan 8, 2012 in Fandom, Star Wars

Probe Droid Art Print

Ever wonder if droids felt things too? In the touchy-feely way? Paperbeatscissors, aka Chris Gerringer, wondered that too and recently made a series of 8 prints featuring iconic Star Wars droids and some thoughtful type. These are pretty unique, and I love the solid bright, saturated colors. Looking for something a little more introspective to hang on your wall? These might be the ticket. Read more…

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Expensive and Amazing LEGO Stormtrooper X-ray For Your Examination

Posted by Ben Huber on Jan 7, 2012 in Star Wars


Photographer Dale May is currently having an excellent exhibition at the Samuel Owen Gallery in Connecticut (it runs until Jan 19th), called LEGO WARS. Tons of fantastic pieces are on display and for sale, but the one that caught my eye was the X-Ray Trooper. It’s a really neat setup, it’s even displayed on a lightbox for full authenticity! It makes me strangely happy to know that there is a LEGO Star Wars gallery on display in this world. Read more…

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Class Up Your Room With Some 8-Bit Console Prints

Posted by Ben Huber on Jan 6, 2012 in Videogames


A little bit of pop-art never hurt anyone, especially not these great-looking prints from BiscottoCotto, featuring tons of different systems, from the Dreamcast to the Gameboy. These look like great additions for an arcade room or any place you’re trying to brighten up a bit. They allow for some customization as well, so you can pick your background color if you wish. They’re going for $15 for a single print on BiscottoCotto’s Etsy page. Read more…

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Awesome Boba Fett Print Will Rock Your Helmet Off

Posted by Ben Huber on Dec 17, 2011 in Star Wars

Children of Mandalore Art Print Header

I love finding beautiful or cool art prints online. There’s always something new and exciting popping up, you just have to keep your eyes open. And I’m glad my eyes caught this poster by Victor Vercesi! He recently created a great custom Star Wars print featuring everyone’s favorite green bounty hunter, Boba Fett. I’m particularly fond of the integrated logo – solid work all around. It’s available on his Society6 page for purchase. Read more…

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Love for Games Poster Makes Handhelds Cute

Posted by Ben Huber on Dec 11, 2011 in Videogames

Image of Love for Handhelds – Poster

If you’re looking for a bright, cheerful bit of video game pop art to spruce up your office or home, Axel Pfaender has you covered. You may have seen this poster or his 2011 version floating around online already, but now it’s available as a beautifully print offset lithograph. It’s in DIN A1 format (23.4 in x 33.1 in) so it’s pretty big, and surprisingly affordable at €9.50 too. Read more…

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