Grey Matter Art NYCC Exclusives


Grey Matter Art will be exhibiting at this year’s New York Comic Con (NYCC) at Booth # 3064 on October 5th-8th at the Javits Center. We are proud to be releasing several exclusive posters by some fantastic artists! We hope you like what you see; enjoy!

Grey Matter Art under license from Marvel, is proud to present new officially licensed, limited edition posters for some of Marvel’s most classic characters. Grey Matter Art are also releasing official “Captain America: Civil- War” and “Ant-Man” film posters. Also, under license from Miramax, Grey Matter Are are proud to release “No Country for Old Men.” Please read below regarding poster details and online release dates for any left-over posters after NYCC.

Part 1 Prints:

Civil War - Standard Edition

“Captain America: Civil War” by Tom Whalen. 24″x36″ Screen Print.
Standard Edition: 250/$45.00

Civil War - Variant Edition

“Captain America: Civil War” by Tom Whalen. 24″x36″ Screen Print.
Variant Edition: 175/$60.00

Sinister 16

“Sinister 16″ by Paolo Rivera. 24″x18” Giclee Print.
Edition: 400/$45.00

Black Panther

“Black Panther” by Dave Perillo. 12″x24″ Screen Print.
Edition: 150/$40.00

Greed

“Greed” by Timothy Pittides. 18″x24″ Screen Print.
Standard Edition: 75/$40.00

Ant-Man - Raid71

“Ant-Man” by Chris Thornley (Raid71). 18″x36″ Screen Print.
Edition: 125/$450.00

Part 2 Prints:

No Country for Old Men - Standard Edition

“No Country for Old Men” by Chris Weston. 24″x36″ Screen Print.
Standard Edition: 225/$45.00

No Country for Old Men - Variant Edition

“No Country for Old Men” by Chris Weston. 24″x36″ Screen Print.
Variant Edition: 190/$60.00

The Amazing Spider-Man - GID

“The Amazing Spider-Man” by Matt Ferguson. 18″x24″ GID Screen Print.
Edition: 300/$45.00

Spider-Man GID Layer

“The Amazing Spider-Man” by Matt Ferguson. 18″x24″ GID Screen Print.
Edition: 300/$45.00

The Amazing Spider-Man Handbill by Matt Ferguson.

“The Amazing Spider-Man” Handbill by Matt Ferguson.

Spider-Gwen - Standard Edition

“Spider-Gwen” by Timothy Doyle. 20″x30″ Screen Print.
Standard Edition: 200/$40.00

Spider-Gwen - Foil Edition

“Spider-Gwen” by Timothy Doyle. 20″x30″ Screen Print.
Foil Variant Edition: 50/$55.00

Star-Lord

“Star-Lord” Portrait Series by Florey. 16″x20″ Screen Print.
Edition: 175/$40.00

Carnage

“Carnage” Portrait Series by Florey. 16″x20″ Screen Print.
Edition: 100/$40.00

Venom

“Venom” Portrait Series by Florey. 16″x20″ Screen Print.
Edition: 100/$40.00

All posters will be released on the 1st. day of NYCC, starting this Thursday, October 5th at 10:00 AM (est). If there are any leftovers for these releases after NYCC, Grey Matter Art will be holding a 2 part online sale the week after.

Part 1 will be on Tuesday, October 10th at 1:00 PM (est).
Part 2 will be on Thursday, October 12th at 1:00 PM (est).

Online posters will be sold through Grey Matter’s website shop page at www.greymatterart.com


Matt Ferguson Assembles The Avengers!


Grey Matter Art & Matt Ferguson have teamed up to produce some new work based on the hit Marvel Studios film franchise, “The Avengers”. This go-round includes some pretty awesome character handbills designed by Matt. I’m partial to the Iron Man handbill, myself. Here’s some info on this upcoming release, straight from Grey Matter Art.

Grey Matter Art, under license from Marvel Studios is proud to present a new officially licensed, limited edition screen print for the super-hero action film, “The Avengers” by artist, Matt Ferguson. GMA are continuing the series with Matt and couldn’t be more pleased with what he came up with. There are 3 separate editions for this poster, a Regular, Variant, and Foil Edition as well as limited edition handbills featuring each character.

GMA will be inserting a random variant handbill into any variant or foil orders as well as inserting a regular handbill into random regular poster orders.

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Regular Edition

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Regular Edition

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Variant Edition

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Variant Edition

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Foil Variant

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Foil Variant

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Regular Handbill Edition

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Regular Handbill Edition

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Variant Handbill Edition

The Avengers by Matt Ferguson-Variant Handbill Edition

  • Artist: Matt Ferguson
  • Size: 24×36
  • Regular Edition: 175/$50.00
  • Variant Edition: 100/$70.00
  • Foil Edition: 75/$100.00
  • 6×9 Regular Edition Handbills: $8.00 each/$30.00 for the set
  • 6×9 Variant Edition Handbills: $10.00 each/$35.00 for the set
  • Printed by: Lady Lazarus

This poster will be released on Wednesday, March 30th on Grey Matter Art’s website shop page at 1:00 PM EST at www.greymatterart.com


Grey Matter Art at NYCC 2015


Grey Matter Art are hitting up NYCC 2015, and they’ve brought along some friends!

Grey Matter Art, under license from Marvel is proud to announce their next Officially Licensed Projects. GMA will be unveiling 3 new exclusive Marvel posters for New York Comic-Con. These will be unveiled at the Grey Matter Art booth #2366. The following posters will be released, Spider-Man Vs. Venom Character Poster by artist, Chris Thornley (Raid71). “Captain America: The First Avenger” Movie Poster, by Matt Ferguson, and last but not least, “Guardians of the Galaxy” Movie Poster. by Tom Whalen. We are very excited to be working with Matt Ferguson again, and couldn’t be more excited to be working with Raid71 and Tom Whalen for the first time.

Spider-Man vs. Venom by Raid71

Spider-Man vs. Venom by Raid71

  • Spider-Man Vs. Venom by Raid71
  • Artist: Chris Thornley (Raid71)
  • Size: 24×36
  • Edition: 130/$40.00
  • Paper: White on Banana Split Yellow Paper/4 color Screen Print
  • Printed By: VG Kids
Guardians of The Galaxy by Tom Whalen - Regular Edition.jpg

Guardians of The Galaxy by Tom Whalen – Regular Edition.jpg

Guardians of The Galaxy by Tom Whalen - Variant Edition.jpg

Guardians of The Galaxy by Tom Whalen – Variant Edition.jpg

Guardians of The Galaxy by Tom Whalen - Foil Edition

Guardians of The Galaxy by Tom Whalen – Foil Edition

  • “Guardians of the Galaxy” Movie Poster. by Tom Whalen:
  • Artist: Tom Whalen
  • Size: 24×36
  • Regular Edition: 325/$50.00
  • Variant Edition: 175/75.00
  • Foil Edition: 100/$100
  • Paper: Reg/French Construction Cement Green, Var/French Construction Grout Gray, Foil/Holographic Paper
  • Printed By: D & L Screen Printing
Captain America by Matt Ferguson - Variant Edition

Captain America by Matt Ferguson – Variant Edition

Captain America by Matt Ferguson - Regular Edition

Captain America by Matt Ferguson – Regular Edition

Captain America by Matt Ferguson - Foil Edition

Captain America by Matt Ferguson – Foil Edition

  • “Captain America: The First Avenger” by Matt Ferguson:
  • Artist: Matt Ferguson
  • Size: 24×36
  • Regular Edition: 200/$50.00
  • Variant Edition: 125/70.00
  • Foil Edition: 100/$100
  • Paper: Reg/Mohawk Soft White, Var/Mohawk Cream, Foil/Holographic Paper
  • Printed By: Lady Lazarus

These posters will be released at this years NYCC at booth #2366. Any that remain will be put up on Grey Matter Art’s Website shop page on Monday, October 12th at a random time between 1:00-2:00 PM EST


The Sentinel of Liberty!


Grey Matter Art strike again! This time with an astounding, Marvel-sanctioned Captain America print illustrated by Marko Manev! The Sentinel of Liberty stands and faces his arch-enemy, The Red Skull, in this outstanding print set!

Captain America The First Avenger by Marko Manev regular edition

Captain America The First Avenger by Marko Manev regular edition

Captain America The First Avenger by Marko Manev Red Skull Edition

Captain America The First Avenger by Marko Manev Red Skull Edition

  • Artist: Marko Manev
  • Size: 24×36
  • Regular Edition (Captain America/Blue Version): 200/$50.00
  • Variant Edition (Red Skull/Red Version): 200/$50.00
  • Regular & Variant Edition Set/$90.00
  • Printed By: D & L Screen Printing

Here’s a little something from the guys at Grey Matter Art concerning their newest release and working with Marko Manev…”Grey Matter Art under license from Marvel Studios is proud to announce a new officially licensed, limited edition screen print for the superhero action movie, “Captain America: The First Avenger” by artist Marko Manev. This is the first time GMA has worked with Marko, and we are presenting a 2-part poster that works together to form a diptych. This is the second project Grey Matter Art has released under Marvel, and the first time working on a Captain America Poster.

Captain America The First Avenger Detail 002

Captain America The First Avenger Detail 002

Captain America The First Avenger Detail 001

Captain America The First Avenger Detail 001

Captain American The First Avenger Red Skull Detail 002

Captain American The First Avenger Red Skull Detail 002

Captain American The First Avenger Red Skull Detail 001

Captain American The First Avenger Red Skull Detail 001

Captain America: The First Avenger and The Red Skull variant will drop on Wednesday, June 17th between 1:00 and 2:00 PM EST via Grey Matter Art’s Webstore. Make sure to follow Grey Matter Art’s Twitter account for the official drop time and also check out the bad-ass work of Marko Manev on Twitter and his Website!

Captain America The First Avenger Set

Captain America The First Avenger Set


The Art of Christopher Stevens


The Dark Knight Returns by Christopher Stevens

The Dark Knight Returns by Christopher Stevens

I wasn’t aware of the brilliant art of illustrator Christopher Stevens until I noticed a posting on The Fire Wire a few days ago. Christopher’s The Dark Knight Returns illustration was stunning and I had to see more! I found Christopher’s Deviant Art pages, once again through The Fire Wire, and was delighted at all the fantastic work I saw.

Christopher works in watercolors, oils, Prismacolor markers, etc… He’s an artist in the vein of Adam Hughes mixed with Travis Charest and a splash of Mike Zeck. Check out more of his work below and be sure to visit his Deviant Art gallery!

Spidey Battles Green Goblin by Christopher Stevens

Spidey Battles Green Goblin by Christopher Stevens

Captain America by Christopher StevensCaptain America by Christopher Stevens

Captain America by Christopher Stevens

Wolverine by Christopher Stevens

Wolverine by Christopher Stevens

Hulk Transforms by Christopher Stevens

Hulk Transforms by Christopher Stevens

Ultimate WWII Captain America by Christopher Stevens

Ultimate WWII Captain America by Christopher Stevens

The Avengers by Christopher Stevens

The Avengers by Christopher Stevens

Zartan by Christopher Stevens

Zartan by Christopher Stevens

Spidey's Villians by Christopher Stevens

Spidey’s Villians by Christopher Stevens

Optimus by Christopher Stevens

Optimus by Christopher Stevens

Colossus by Christopher Stevens

Colossus by Christopher Stevens

Hulk Origins by Christopher Stevens

Hulk Origins by Christopher Stevens

Hulk vs. The Thing by Christopher Stevens

Hulk vs. The Thing by Christopher Stevens

Tracie Ching says “AVENGERS ASSEMBLE!!!”

The prolific and awesome Tracie Ching has assembled some new illustrations in honor of “Avengers: Age of Ultron“. I’m pretty partial to Tracie’s Iron Man. I just love ol’ Shellhead. Tracie’s illustrations were part of a Marvel-sanctioned Avengers art show put on by Hero Complex Gallery. Tracie, I’d love to see your rendering of Hulk sometime!

Iron Man by Tracie Ching

Iron Man by Tracie Ching

Check out Tracie’s work on her Website and give her a follow on Twitter!

Captain America by Tracie Ching

Captain America by Tracie Ching

Black Widow by Tracie Ching

Black Widow by Tracie Ching

You can catch the rest of Hero Complex Gallery’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” show HERE!

I Don’t Need Your Civil War!

I don’t need your civil war
It feeds the rich while it buries the poor
Your power hungry sellin’ soldiers
In a human grocery store
Ain’t that fresh
I don’t need your civil war

Vector master, Orlando Arocena, returns with his take on Marvel’s “Civil War” event! As all comic nerds (myself included) know, Civil War was a 7-part miniseries in which Captain America (anti-hero registration act) and his assembled forces fought Tony Stark (pro-hero registration act) and those on his side. It was hero against hero. Some lived, some died and Spider-Man outed his identity to the world media!

Civil War by Orlando Arocena

Civil War by Orlando Arocena

Buy It HERE

  • Artist: Orlando Arocena
  • Medium: Vector
  • Dimensions: 18″ w x 24″ h
  • Edition size: 50
  • Hand signed: yes
  • Ships Internationally: yes
  • Giclée printed on matte enhanced paper 192 gsm, Thickness 10.3 mil
    with Epson Ultra Chrome K3 inks.
  • Each print will have the artist’s signature on lower right border with edition number.
Civil War by Orlando Arocena - vector paths - iron man

Civil War by Orlando Arocena – vector paths – iron man

Civil War by Orlando Arocena - vector paths

Civil War by Orlando Arocena – vector paths

The upcoming film “Captain America 3: Civil War” will bring elements of the Civil War storyline into play as Cap and Iron Man go head-to-head! In the meantime, we have Orlando’s stunning tribute to the Civil War mythos with his awesome print! Be sure to check out Orlando’s Behance page for the making of this stunning piece, and follow Orlando on Twitter and Facebook, as well as his Website!


Ian Wilding Says Oh Captain, My Captain!

Here are three pieces we think are pretty freakin’ sweet from Artist and Illustrator, Ian Wilding! Check out more work from Ian on his Website!

Captain by Ian Wilding

Captain by Ian Wilding

Drive by Ian Wilding

Drive by Ian Wilding

Mario by Ian Wilding

Mario by Ian Wilding

Salvador Anguiano, Once Upon A Time In Mexico.

 

Salvador Anguiano. Master of vectors, contributing member of Poster Posse, and super talented illustrator.

We had the opportunity to conduct a Q&A with Salvador from his home in Mexico, and the results are stunning. I can honestly say that it’s one of the most in-depth interviews we have conducted thus far. Salvador not only touches on his background in art and design but also gives us a look into living and working as an artist in a country that has such rich culture, yet has been wracked with violence and economic stagnation.

We hope you enjoy this wonderful interview and we thank Salvador for taking time away from his busy schedule to chat with us. Now, without further ado…A Conversation with Salvador Anguiano!

I Got Birds: Salvador, could you give our readers a bit of background information about yourself? How did you first become interested in art and illustration?

Salvador Anguiano: I’ve always loved drawing, ever since I was quite little. My mom had to work all day and I would end up alone, locked up in our house with just the TV, comics, pencil and paper to pass time ’til she would come back late at night… so it was only natural, I guess. I studied Graphic Design because I wanted to draw comics, but as time passed I actually got into graphic design and stopped drawing except for the occasional project here and there. I got way into logo design and typography. Pretty soon letters were all I’d be drawing.

Three O' Clock High by Salvador Anguiano

Three O’ Clock High by Salvador Anguiano

I Got Birds:What drew you to illustrate for Film Posters? Do you have a favorite illustration you have created based on a film?

Salvador Anguiano: I was getting burned out by work, dealing with changes, chasing payments…All the “work” stuff, not design in itself. I realized I didn’t want to do that for my entire life, so I decided I would work my ass off for a year, taking every job that came my way no matter what, and save up every cent so I could set a good side business and remove my practice as the main source of income. I managed to make a decent amount of money in that year, and while I did some fun stuff, it was mostly stuff done for money and it helped me realize I was no longer into it. My tank was empty but we had enough money in the bank to start a business and plan my next move.

Then one day I’m watching Adventure Time with my kid and it’s freaking awesome! My kid asks if I can draw Finn and Jake for him and I said, “Sure, let me give it a try” I ended up doing an Adventure Time poster for him, he loved it. Then my wife told me about this other show that she and our kid used to watch, Regular Show. I started watching it and it was hilarious, full of 80s references. My wife asked me for a drawing of Mordecai and Rigby and I did it for her, again it was awesome and she loved it so much. I was doing stuff I loved for people I loved and they loved what I was doing, so I thought I should be looking for love not money. Sounds easy to figure that out but sometimes it’s not. I decided to start doing stuff that made me feel happy-happy, joy-joy

I talked to my wife and we agreed that I’d get a year to just have fun, to go back to drawing and illustration. If nothing came out of it then I’d go back to regular design stuff and no harm done. So I started illustrating some Masters of the Universe things like that and they got me some followers and people began looking and liking my stuff. Then some Canadian wacko started talking to me on Instagram and Behance, you may know him as “Paul Ainsworth“, he introduced me to this alternative movie poster scene and I kind of liked it, so I tried my hand with some movies like 3 O’clock High, a movie my wife really loves, then The Karate Kid and I just kept at it.

Sweep The Leg Johnny by Salvador Anguiano

Sweep The Leg Johnny by Salvador Anguiano

As for my favorite piece maybe it would have to be the John Lawrence poster, just because Patton Oswalt retweeted that thing and it made its way to the one true hero of the 80’s William Zabka, which led to some cool exchanges with him.

Daft Punk by Salvador Anguiano

Daft Punk by Salvador Anguiano

Daft Punk detail 001 by Salvador Anguiano

Daft Punk detail 001 by Salvador Anguiano

Daft Punk detail 002 by Salvador Anguiano

Daft Punk detail 002 by Salvador Anguiano

I Got Birds:I love the Daft Punk illustration you recently created.  Can you talk about your process in creating that piece?

Salvador Anguiano: Thanks man, glad you liked it! That one came to be because of my kid, he’s 11 now (we had him when we were way young) and he’s starting to get into music, but it has to be music that relates to stuff he likes. So one day he sees Daft Punk on YouTube, and it’s robots playing music! So he goes nuts over them and asks me to do a poster of them, so I did it.

As for my process in creating that piece, I did some sketches and showed them to the little guy, until we came up with an idea we both liked. I wanted to have Guy Manuel and Thomas Bangalter in separate posters, but have the two pieces work together as one. I looked for a bunch of reference for the helmets, eventually I found some blueprints jpegs to build the helmets and that helped a lot with the basic line work. The background and the bodies were always going to be very subtle elements. After that I wanted the helmets to be the focus of the posters so I spent a lot of time working on them. I wanted them to look very metallic, to really shine.

In the end I think the posters work in that you get a very dark, subtle environment working around the helmets, which are pretty elaborate.

Now we, my kid and I, are thinking about doing variants like Tron version and a white suits version.

X-Men by Salvador Anguiano

X-Men by Salvador Anguiano

X-Men Days of Future Past by Salvador Anguiano

X-Men Days of Future Past by Salvador Anguiano

I Got Birds:Can you talk a little about the work you have created as part of Poster Posse, for X-Men: Days of Future Past?  I really love the Wolverine illustration you created as part of that project.

Salvador Anguiano: Thanks! Personally I like the Sentinel poster better, just because I gave it a very conscious effort to come up with a strong concept. You know, the Sentinels as harbingers of death for the mutants, and the tarot theme as a way to play with fate.

That Wolverine poster seems to have gotten a bit of attention, I mean, the guy IS the face of the X-Men. That piece was actually kind of an afterthought because I finished the Sentinel piece pretty early and I had a lot of free time on my hands, so I wanted to take a shot at drawing Wolverine. Once I finished, it was just… there. I had no idea what to do with him. I tried to make him like a mascot for a sports team but that didn’t work. Then I came across some old flyers for a concert room in Mexico city, and they had this awesome vintage look that I felt worked very well with the Wolverine illustration, so I went with that style. It was really just an experimentation piece, just me fooling around with stuff until something kind of clicked.

Captain America by Salvador Anguiano

Captain America by Salvador Anguiano

Captain America 002 by Salvador Anguiano

Captain America 002 by Salvador Anguiano

Captain America 003 by Salvador Anguiano

Captain America 003 by Salvador Anguiano

I Got Birds: Your work for Captain America: The Winter Soldier has a very 1960’s Pop Art feel to it.  Was Pop Art a major influence on these pieces?

Salvador Anguiano: Yes, definitely. I do like to study those movements, Bauhaus, Pop Art, Art Nouveau, Minimalism. I don’t always succeed in incorporating those influences but I do enjoy reading and looking at those different periods in the history of art. I also wanted to pay a little tribute to Malika Favre, whose work is obviously inspired by that movement.

As for the specific pieces, The one with Black Widow and Cap was a tribute to Malika Favre, like I mentioned before, she’s an awesome artist and she’s a big inspiration for me, I just wanted to create a piece that captured the romanticism in her work, nothing more to it.

The one with Cap’s shield, that was me definitely studying that style and the trailers, trying hard to come up with something solid. I wanted to make a very simple poster with a strong concept that captured what I was seeing in the trailer, and what I saw, at the most basic level, was a lot of chasing and speed. I wanted to communicate that excitement and urgency. All the movement the movie seemed to have. So I went with the most basic representation of movement, straight lines, and the most recognizable part of Captain America, his shield. In the end I liked the result and I think it holds up pretty well now that the movie has come out.

The third one, that was just Cap, nothing clever about it, haha!

I Got Birds:What decisions do you make as an artist when illustrating a poster for a film?

Salvador Anguiano: First of all is getting a grasp on the film you’re working on, and then you need to choose an idea that captures the theme of the film. Then it’s deciding what style you want to use to bring life to that concept. I always use vectors because I like the level of control you get working in Illustrator and I still don’t feel like I have a firm grasp on the style. Then it’s just knowing what level of detail I want to go for in the illustration. I usually keep it pretty simple because I got used to designing logos and fonts, and that’s the way I build my posters. Lately I’ve been trying to get away from that but like I said, I’m still developing my skills so everything is experimentation right now. Sometimes it’s a hit, sometimes it’s a miss.

I Got Birds: You live and work in Mexico.  In your opinion, how different is the illustration scene in Mexico from the United States, and how do you see the reaction of a US audience for your work as opposed to other parts of the world?

Salvador Anguiano: That’s a hard one to answer. For starters it is just a very different culture. People go about their work in a very different way. This tribute art scene is almost non-existent down here. We live in a pretty dire economic situation here, so people often prefer to use their time to try and get just a fair paycheck so they can make ends meet.

The design/illustration scene down here is a very different kind of beast. I think because of the extreme violence, ultra-dangerous crime and the awful economic situation we live in everyday down here people kind of take themselves way too seriously. And maybe that’s the reason why my work has been more appreciated outside of this country. US/Canada guys have been very welcoming of my efforts, I’ve made some really great friends, who are always willing to give support.

This is a great question, and it’s gonna keep me thinking for a while.

Batman by Salvador Anguiano

Batman by Salvador Anguiano

I Got Birds:Do you have a dream project that you’re itching to work on?

Salvador Anguiano: If you mean on a personal project, I want to do Superman! He’s my favorite character ever and I could go on and on about why that is. I want to make a great Man of Steel poster because that movie was awesome. But I don’t think I’m there yet where I could make something that matches my level of love for the character and the movie.

As for a “real job”…a paid project…well I’m still working on getting my skills on a level where I feel I can compete with the big guys, so I’m really just enjoying that journey and whatever comes my way because of it. It’s a dream project.

Wild Angels by Salvador Anguiano

Wild Angels by Salvador Anguiano

I Got Birds:Can you give us a hint about any upcoming projects you may be working on?

Salvador Anguiano: Just personal stuff right now, I’ve just finished my first piece for a gallery show, Kings of Cult at Hero Complex Gallery and soon I’ll start working on the next one, so that’s cool. I’m working on a personal Boba Fett piece but that’s still very raw, and well, there’s always the next Poster Posse project!

There’s a couple of “official” projects, but it’s still pretty early to talk about them.

47 Ronin for Poster Posse by Salvador Anguiano

47 Ronin for Poster Posse by Salvador Anguiano

47 Ronin by Salvador Anguiano

47 Ronin by Salvador Anguiano

I Got Birds: Finally, would you like to promote any upcoming projects, your website, where people can find you on social networking?

Salvador Anguiano:

  • I use Behance as my main portfolio site: be.net/salvador
  • You can always get a taste of my newest stuff in Instagram, lots of WIP shots, so you can look me up in there as: @hiperactivo
  • I’m trying to be more active over at Twitter, so look me up over there also as: @hiperactivo
  • And if you want to read my ramblings and rants then Facebook is the place: facebook.com/salvadoranguianodg


We can’t thank Salvador enough for taking time to speak with us. Please check out his work at the links listed above and give him a follow on Twitter and Instagram!

He-Man by Salvador Anguiano

He-Man by Salvador Anguiano

Skeletor by Salvador Anguiano

Skeletor by Salvador Anguiano

Battle Damaged Transformers by Salvador Anguiano

Battle Damaged Transformers by Salvador Anguiano

Optimus Prime by Salvador Anguiano

Optimus Prime by Salvador Anguiano

Decepticon Logo by Salvador Anguiano

Decepticon Logo by Salvador Anguiano

Point Break by Salvador Anguiano

Point Break by Salvador Anguiano

Spotlight on…Matt Ferguson!

Transformers by Matt Ferguson

Transformers by Matt Ferguson

Matt Ferguson is a UK-based Graphic Designer and Illustrator of all things cool! From his genre illustrations for Marvel Universe film properties to Doctor Who and Star Trek, Matt’s work appeals to a broad range of fans.

We’re big, big fans of Matt’s work, and we hope to chat with him sometime in the near future. For now, we want to shine the spotlight on some of his exciting illustration work! Check out more from Matt Ferguson on Twitter, Facebook, and Matt’s website!

Hellboy by Matt Ferguson

Hellboy by Matt Ferguson


Iron Man by Matt Ferguson

Iron Man by Matt Ferguson

Iron Man 2 by Matt Ferguson

Iron Man 2 by Matt Ferguson

Iron Man 3 by Matt Ferguson

Iron Man 3 by Matt Ferguson

Thor by Matt Ferguson

Thor by Matt Ferguson

Thor-The Dark World by Matt Ferguson

Thor-The Dark World by Matt Ferguson

Captain America by Matt Ferguson

Captain America by Matt Ferguson

Captain America-The Winter Soldier by Matt Ferguson

Captain America-The Winter Soldier by Matt Ferguson

The Incredible Hulk by Matt Ferguson

The Incredible Hulk by Matt Ferguson

S.H.I.E.L.D. by Matt Ferguson

S.H.I.E.L.D. by Matt Ferguson

The Guardians of The Galaxy by Matt Ferguson

The Guardians of The Galaxy by Matt Ferguson

Gremlins by Matt Ferguson

Gremlins by Matt Ferguson

Godzilla by Matt Ferguson

Godzilla by Matt Ferguson

Explorers by Matt Ferguson

Explorers by Matt Ferguson

E.T. by Matt Ferguson

E.T. by Matt Ferguson

Jurassic Park by Matt Ferguson

Jurassic Park by Matt Ferguson

Pacific Rim by Matt Ferguson

Pacific Rim by Matt Ferguson

Ted by Matt Ferguson

Ted by Matt Ferguson

Blackbird by Matt Ferguson

Blackbird by Matt Ferguson