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We know, we know…We’re supposed to be on vacation this week. However, we couldn’t let another day go by without posting about all the cool items that Jason Edmiston will have available at San Diego Comic Con 2014!
From box artwork for NECA’s Sackhead Jason and Deadite Ash figures to prints featuring our two favorite Transformers, Optimus Prime and Megatron, we’re super-psyched to see more of what Jason has in store at SDCC.
Jason’s Frankenberry piece alone is enough to make us wish we had a teleporter to zap us right over to the West Coast! What little we’ve shown here is just a taste of what Jason will have available at his booth. If you’re going to SDCC this year, make it a point to stop by Jason’s booth and check out all the awesome work!
Is this cool or what? Our buddy from across the pond, The Dark Inker, decided to take on the King of The Monsters…GODZILLA!
We think this piece rules, and we’re not sure how many of you out there have seen it, so we thought it best to showcase it right here! Let us know in the comments section what you think about this piece! Dark Inker, you’ve done it again!
Quiltface Studios. The brainchild of Artist, Illustrator, and Graphic Designer Chris Garofalo.
Quiltface’s Tumblr “About Me” section pretty much sums it up: “Highly Elusive, Dangerously Creative. Diabolical Graphic Designer of Horror/Pop Culture posters. Ink on Paper. Disgusting, Revolting, but Genuinely Arousing.“
We’re huge fans of Quiltface and the work produced by Chris, and we also love how energetic and genuinely excited he is to promote not only his own work but the work of the scene in general. Whether it be a release from Poster Posse or an up-and-coming illustrator showing their first piece on Twitter, Chris is always one of the first to say “Great job!“.
The prints produced by Quiltface are rough, jagged, seemingly greasy. There’s something dirty about the prints…almost as if the ink is still wet and viscous, wanting to stain your white t-shirt that you just purchased at J. Crew. The Pop-Culture icons on display reflect that air of pollution…serial killers, slashers, werewolves. Icons of horror pulled off with such genius by Quiltface. The Godzilla piece alone should make Quiltface a household name.
We’re very excited to spotlight some work from Quiltface Studios, and we’re gearing up to have a webcast/podcast with Chris and a special co-host in the coming weeks. For now, feast your eyes upon the amazing work that is Chris Garofalo and Quiltface Studios!
HOLY CRAP!!! First we thought “How can Patrick top his Magneto print for X-Men: Days of Future Past?“. Then, we asked ourselves, “Is there ANY POSSIBLE WAY that Patrick can exceed the majestic poster for Stephen King’s IT???“.
Well, Patrick Connan (The Barbarian), all-around awesome illustrator and member of the worldwide organization bent on producing tremendous poster art, The Poster Posse, has done it…wait for it…wait for it…AGAIN! He’s captured the essence of The King of All Monsters! Godzilla is on a rampage and all we want is for Mothra to show up and LET THEM FIGHT!!!
These prints are a timed release, running now through May 12th, so everyone has a chance to snag them! Connan’s prints come in three color variants, Green, Blue and Orange. The individual prints measure 24″ x 36″ and cost $50.00 per piece, or buy all three with matching numbers for $130.00.
Patrick Connan’s Godzilla prints are available through Hero Complex Gallery’s Web Store.
Legendary Pictures, the production house behind “Man of Steel“, “300” and the upcoming “Godzilla“, featured Rob Jones and Justin Ishmael from Mondo in a recent video! The Mondo creative team talks about the Godzilla posters designed by Phantom City Creative and the creative process behind Mondo posters.
Check out the great video below!
Our friends over at Blurppy recently enlisted The Poster Posse to cover the King of The Monsters himself, Godzilla! We think the resulting artwork is pretty killer, and once again The Poster Posse hit this one out of the park!
Visit the gallery below for a TON of pics of the one true Lizard King!
We love the voiceover by J. Robert Oppenheimer recalling the detonation of the first Atomic Bomb. Oppenheimer states, “We knew the world would not be the same. Few people laughed, few people cried, most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita. Vishnu is trying to persuade the Prince that he should do his duty and to impress him takes on his multi-armed form and says, “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”
Godzilla trailer on Vimeo