Grey Matter Art are really hitting their stride for out-of-this-world poster releases, and this next drop would impress even centuries-old undead! Grey Matter Art have teamed with celebrated illustrator Godmachine to bring us “Nosferatu“!
Nosferatu by Godmachine
- Artist: Godmachine
- Size: 18×24
- Regular Edition:160/$45.00
- Blood Spattered Variant Edition:1/1 (will be randomly inserted into a Nosferatu order)
- Printed by: Vahalla Studios
I love Godmachine’s take on the title character from the classic F.W. Murnau vampire film, and the fact that it’s not your typical “vampire” poster with some vampire dude showing his fangs. To top it off, the guys at Grey Matter Art are going to randomly insert a 1/1 “Blood Spatter” Nosferatu variant poster!! I can’t think of more incentive to purchase one of these awesome posters, and I’m looking forward to the drop!
Nosferatu by Godmachine blood spatter version
Here’s what Mike Gregory from Grey Matter Art had to say…
“Grey Matter Art is proud to announce their next release for the classic 1922 film, “Nosferatu” by Godmachine. We are very proud of this print, and think Godmachine nailed it perfectly! This print has been in the works for a little while now, so we are happy to finally have the opportunity to unveil it. We will also be offering a chance for all purchases made on drop day to be entered to win a Nosferatu Blood Spattered Variant that is an edition of 1/1 to be added in one lucky person’s order!”
So, be sure to hit up Grey Matter Art’s Webstore on Drop Day, Thursday, February 5th at 1:00 PM EST and give the guys a follow on their Twitter page! While you’re on Twitter, go follow one of the most fascinating illustrators to date…Godmachine!!
Nosferatu by Godmachine poster
ANOTHER stunning private commission from the hand of Matt Ryan Tobin! This time, Matt travels to the dark, haunted corners of New Orleans to bring us “Interview With The Vampire”. Based on Anne Rice’s acclaimed novel of the same name, the film version of “Interview…” starred Tom Cruise as Lestat, a centuries-old vampire, and co-starred Brad Pitt and Kirsten Dunst as fellow vampires Louis and Claudia.
Interview With The Vampire by Matt Ryan Tobin
Here’s what Matt had to say about his latest piece..
This. Was fun.
I was commissioned by a private group to create a poster for one of the greatest Vampire films/book adaptations. My oldest memory of this film was watching it at a relatives house. For some reason – the image of the rotting mother’s corpse always stuck with me – the stomach turning feeling I got watching Lestat dance with the body – yet as gruesome as the film can be, it carried itself in a very elegant manner. Be it the time period, or the fancy garb or what have you. I wanted to create a poster that was simple and elegant and honored that vibe.
The lack of color and use of negative space was 100% intended from the beginning. I think it creates a sort of eerie, vacantness that I think compliments the symbolism in the film and is a cool contrast against all the texture/detail and grit. The statuesque chiseled-hard lines of each characters faces was meant to symbolize eternal youth. Stoic – only the eyes bright, although void of color. Fraying Stargazer Lilies – symbolizing sympathy in death…and what vampire themed poster wouldn’t benefit from a couple drops of blood? Oh – can you see the coffin?
Enough mumbo jumbo. This film is fucking awesome.
Interview With The Vampire by Matt Ryan Tobin – glow-in-the-dark
Matt really pulls it off with this one! Very cool AND it freakin’ GLOWS-IN-THE-DARK! I would have loved to hang this at the homestead.
To stay up-to-date with all the awesome artwork coming from Matt, be sure to follow him on Twitter and at his website!
Interview With The Vampire by Matt Ryan Tobin – detail 001
Interview With The Vampire by Matt Ryan Tobin – detail 002
Illustrator Salvador Anguiano presents “The Crow” for Hero Complex Gallery’s “Young Guns” exhibit.
Salvador has reached new levels of skill with this illustration, and we’re HUGE fans of it.
The Crow by Salvador Anguiano
Be sure to follow Salvador on Twitter and check out Hero Complex Gallery on Twitter as well!
Illustrator, Designer and friend of I Got Birds, Tracie Ching, has produced three tribute prints for the films of Quentin Tarantino, to be shown at the upcoming “Young Guns” show at Hero Complex Gallery. Now, I don’t know about you but it appears to me that this has the potential of being some of the best work of Tracie’s career. I mean, it looks like Samuel L. Jackson wants to leap right out of that print and yell “MMMM-MMMM BITCH!!!” to me. These are really stunning prints and Tracie has returned to her blood-spatter embellishing for some prints in the series, making them true originals much like one of my favorite prints of Tracie’s, “The Yellow-Haired Warrior”.
Jules by Tracie Ching
Here’s a little of what Tracie had to say about the series…
“I was asked to participate in Hero Complex Gallery’s Young Guns Invitational, a show featuring emerging artists. Each artist was asked to submit a small body of work featuring a subject of their choosing. I decided to create portrait studies evocative of old tintype photographs for three of Quentin Tarantino’s most memorable characters – Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction, Aldo Raine from Inglourious Basterds, and Django from Django Unchained. They have been printed on French Paper’s gorgeous Steel Grey 100C and each study has a small variant run, each featuring totally unique blood splatter embellishments.”
Django by Tracie Ching
Aldo Raine by Tracie Ching
The “Young Guns” show opens at Hero Complex Gallery on Friday, January 30, 2015 with prints to go on sale the following week.
To keep up with Tracie’s work, give her a follow on Twitter and Instagram, and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the Hero Complex Gallery “Young Guns” drop!
Jules – detail 001
Jules – detail
Aldo Raine – detail
Django – detail
Aldo – Blood Spatter Variant
Jules – Blood Spatter Variant
Django – Blood Spatter Variant
Tarantino Tintypes Set
Check out this awesome Spider-Man illustration by Planet Pulp’s own Jayson Weidel! Pretty great, if you ask me! Make Mine Marvel!
Spider-Man by Jayson Weidel
If you would like to find out more about Jayson and Planet Pulp, head on over to the respective links HERE and HERE!
UK-based illustrator Andrew Swainson produced a poster for Cult Cinema Sunday’s showing of “The Thing”! Andrew is a prolific illustrator who has produced work for a variety of pop culture entities such as “The Howling” and “Aliens”.
The Thing by Andrew Swainson
I love a lot of things about this print, including the crab-like appendages in the background, right down to the typography. It’s a beautiful print for a great genre film!
For more information on Cult Cinema Sundays, head on over to their Facebook page HERE. Be sure to follow Andrew Swainson on Twitter for the latest updates and artwork!
The Thing by Andrew Swainson detail 002
The Thing by Andrew Swainson detail 001
Check out this insane print Chris Garofalo cooked up for a special screening at The Colonial Theatre of the Sci-Fi/Horror classic, “Event Horizon”!
Words cannot even begin to reach the level of awesome that this print achieves! Easily one of my favorite prints from Chris! This started as an edition of 20, but rumor has it that more may be printed!
To stay on top of the goings-on with this amazing piece, follow Chris on Twitter, Facebook, and head on over to his Webstore for even more print insanity!
Event Horizon by Chris Garofalo
Check out these gorgeous tribute prints for the classic film “Alien”. Designed by Chris Garofalo aka Quiltface Studios, these prints will be available starting Friday, January 9th at 12:00 PM EST and will be available as COMBO PACKS!
Yes, you heard that right! Chris will have 35 print combos for $35.00 a piece. You get one “Alien” print (either the green or grey version) and one AWESOME “Alien 35th Anniversary” print for only $35.00! Sounds like a great deal to me!
Alien by Quiltface Studios variant edition
Alien by Quiltface Studios regular edition
Alien 35th Anniversary by Quiltface Studios
Be sure to follow Chris on Twitter and make darn sure to head on over to his Webstore and purchase one of these truly beautiful tribute combo packs of “Alien”.
Sometimes you just want an indestructible cyborg killing machine to protect you from a futuristic liquid metal robot bent on changing the future by murdering you in the present. Other times you want to blast Guns N’ Roses while riding on the back of a scooter, driven by your red-headed, mullet-wearing best friend. Whichever suits…
Grey Matter Art, under license from Studiocanal S.A. is proud to present a New Officially Licensed, Limited Edition, Screen Printed Poster by Artist, Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz) for the iconic film, “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” This will be the second poster to complete the set to form a dyptich. Grey Matter Art are very excited to show you the hard work and detail that Gabz put forth in this project.
Terminator 2 regular by Gabz
Terminator 2 variant by Gabz
Terminator 2 foil variant by Gabz
- Title: “Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
- Artist: Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz)
- Size: 24×36
- Regular Edition: 325/$50.00
- Variant Edition: 175/$75.00
- Foil Variant: 50/125.00
- Printed By: D & L Screen Printing
Grey Matter Art will be selling this poster on their Webstore on Tuesday,January 13th 2015 at a random time between 1:00-2:00PM EST.
Follow Grey Matter Art on Twitter to get a jump on the drop.
Terminator 1 and 2 regular editions by Gabz
Terminator 1 and 2 variant editions by Gabz
Laurie Greasley, an illustrator residing in France has some pretty awesome work to share. I’m a huge Batman fan, so I’m partial to Laurie’s Batman illustrations!
Blade Runner Nexus VIII by Laurie Greasley
Batman by Laurie Greasley
Batman 75th Anniversary by Laurie Greasley
Star Wars Episode 7 by Laurie Greasley
Alien by Laurie Greasley
Akira by Laurie Greasley