I Am Iron Man!


I am Iron Man.” – Tony Stark

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson Regular Edition(GID): 300/$50.00

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson Regular Edition(GID): 300/$50.00

Friday evening I received a nice surprise from the fellows at Grey Matter Art. They’ve made it official with MARVEL COMICS!!! After picking my jaw up off the floor, I proceeded to read the rest of their email and it got even better…Matt Ferguson produced the first poster for Grey Matter’s team-up with Marvel, and that poster happens to be IRON MAN!!!

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson Variant Edition(GID): 175/$70.00

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson Variant Edition(GID): 175/$70.00

  • Artist: Matt Ferguson
  • Size: 24×36
  • Regular Edition(GID): 300/$50.00
  • Variant Edition(GID): 175/$70.00
  • Foil Variant Edition(GID): 150/$100.00
  • Printed by: D & L Screen Printing

Here’s the official press release: Grey Matter Art under license from Marvel Studios is proud to present a new officially licensed, limited edition glow in the dark screen print for the iconic film, “Iron Man.” This is the first project Grey Matter Art has released under Marvel, and they chose to work with Matt Ferguson to bring you his take on this great action film.

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson Foil Variant Edition(GID): 150/$100.00

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson Foil Variant Edition(GID): 150/$100.00

Here’s what illustrator Matt Ferguson has to say about working with Grey Matter on this iconic Marvel property…”It goes without saying that I love Marvel and I love working on Marvel artwork, so this poster is a dream come true. I have always wanted to do my own take on the first Iron Man film and working on this project with Grey Matter Art has been an absolute blast. I was allowed complete freedom to come up with a composition that I felt best suited the film and the character. I love the classic Iron Man ‘ground pound’ pose and so I wanted to incorporate that into the design, I also feel like it is somewhat a companion piece to my Guardians Of The Galaxy/Star Wars poster.”

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson GID

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson GID

Mike Gregory from Grey Matter Art add…”Working with Matt Ferguson has been an absolute pleasure. He is so open to ideas and really works with you to make the outcome the best it can possibly be. Being this is our first release for Marvel, I really wanted to start off with Matt’s work and give everyone a great licensed Iron Man poster. There really hasn’t been much released for this film, so I am happy to have Matt represent it in a great way. After doing this with Matt, we are definitely going to be working more with him in the coming months, and really think you will like what we have in store.

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson detail

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson detail

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson detail

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson detail

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson detail

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson detail

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson All Three Prints

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson | All Three Prints

Matt Ferguson’s IRON MAN will be released by Grey Matter Art on Thursday, June 4th at a random time between 1:00 and 2:00 PM EST on Grey Matter’s Webstore!

Follow Grey Matter Art on Twitter for the official drop, and be sure to follow Matt Ferguson on his Website and on Twitter!


Project 2501.


One of the more amazing homages to “Ghost In The Shell” that we have come across is Project 2501. This photo tribute, directed by Graphic Designer Ash Thorp and photographer Tim Tadder is simply astounding both in scope of it’s reach to Designers and Artists all over the world, but also in translating the film’s opening sequence through a series of still images. Posters were also designed for Project 2501, however because of licensing rights, these posters are not for sale. That news bums us out a little given that the posters are as stunning and beautiful as the photography itself.

Below are just a few images from Project 2501. Visit their website HERE to see more images and a video clip detailing the massive undertaking combining the talents of over 20 artists!

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Acidfree Gallery Presents…Transformers 30th Anniversary Prints!

Transformers 30th Anniversary Print by Tom Whalen

Transformers 30th Anniversary Print by Tom Whalen

We think this could potentially be the most exciting release of 2014 and it’s happening TODAY! At 12:30 PM EST, Acidfree Gallery, in association with Hasbro, will be releasing a Transformers 30th Anniversary print illustrated by Tom Whalen!! Now, here comes the coolest part…Not only is this print celebrating the 30th Anniversary of some of the most iconic characters in Pop Culture BUT an edition of 150 are printed on Holographic Foil AND 12 are printed on METAL!!!! Yes, you heard that right…METAL!!!

We are super-excited for this release and wish good luck to anyone looking to snag either the Holographic Foil or Metal print! This is certainly going to be MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE!!!

Transformers 30th Anniversary Print on Holographic Foil by Tom Whalen

Transformers 30th Anniversary Print on Holographic Foil by Tom Whalen

24×36, 9 colors on Holographic Foil

Limited Edition: 150 – $80.00

Signed by the artist and hand numbered

Produced by Acidfree Gallery

Printed by D&L Screen Printing

Officially Licensed by Hasbro

Transformers 30th Anniversary Print on Metal by Tom Whalen

Transformers 30th Anniversary Print on Metal by Tom Whalen

24×36, 9 colors on Metal

Limited Edition: 12 – $250.00

Signed by the artist and hand numbered

Produced by Acidfree Gallery

Printed by D&L Screen Printing

Officially Licensed by Hasbro

Tension 2013

Nine Inch Nails. Tension 2013. Trent Reznor and the live line-up rocking. A fusion of design and music. Vevo is showcasing the making of the tour and an 80 minute HD video of a stop at The Staples Center on the tour route. Wired Magazine also featured an extensive article on NIN and Fader Magazine recently published a retrospective on Reznor and his career.

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Nine Inch Nails-Trent Reznor

GET THE GOLD ONE, YOU EXPLETIVE!!!!

Tonight I informed Nicole that I am seriously considering getting the iPhone 5c as my next smartphone. Some of you may wonder why in the world I would consider such a thing, being that I love tech, and always am looking to own the latest gadgets.

With that in mind, I offer my reasons for considering the iPhone 5c:

  • The iPhone 5c body is made from a Polycarbonite Plastic. This fact is advantageous when looking at reports that the iPhone 5s, with it’s aluminum outer-casing, has a tendency to flex.
  • The 5c is a tad bit slower than the 5s, as the 5c retains the A6 processor from the iPhone 5, while the 5s rocks Apple’s new A7 chip. This really is of little consequence, as I have seen speed tests with very little lag between the 5c and 5s.
  • The 5s has a “better” camera. By “better“, Apple has engineered a dual-flash system on the 5s and you can shoot in slow-motion and “burst” mode. Who cares? Apple didn’t bump the Megapixels, so it makes little sense to me that anyone would buy the 5s just for the “improved” camera.

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That being said, since I tend to believe that Apple will unveil a larger smartphone next Fall, I’m looking for something low-cost until such time as they release a new iPhone. Yes, yes, I KNOW that I will still be under contract when the new iPhone is introduced next year but two years go by fairly quickly.

Of course, Nicole thinks it’s lame that I am considering the iPhone 5c. When I told her the news of the 5c being up for consideration as my next smartphone, the initial response was “That’s lame“, followed by “GET THE GOLD ONE, YOU EXPLETIVE!!!!“. Nicole isn’t one to mince words when it comes to smartphones. May be something to consider…