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2:00 PM on 09.26.2014

Mondo to release some exclusive Mondocon prints online

This past week was the first ever Mondocon in Austin, Texas. It was one of the many facets of this year's Fantastic Fest, which included the Fantastic Fest Film Festival, Fantastic Arcade and Mondocon. Obviously not all of us...

Liz Rugg

1:00 PM on 04.17.2014

New Ghostbusters 30th anniversary art revealed

As we previously reported, the Los Angeles based pop culture art gallery Gallery 1988 will be putting on a Ghostbusters 30th anniversary traveling art show over the next few months with four stops: LA, NY, Chicago and the San...

Liz Rugg

5:00 PM on 04.04.2014

Gallery 1988 to bring traveling Ghostbusters art show to NY, LA, Chicago and SDCC

As fans still reel at the loss of actor and writer Harold Ramis, here's something for Ghostbusters fans to look forward to -- in celebration of the movie's 30th anniversary, LA based pop culture art gallery Gallery 1988 is or...

Liz Rugg

6:00 PM on 02.26.2014

Mondo to release two Back to the Future posters tomorrow

In addition to Mondo's gallery show of artist Laurent Durieux's works this month, the poster and merchandise division of the Alamo Drafthouse chain of movie theaters has announced that they'll be releasing two new Back to the...

Liz Rugg

6:00 PM on 10.22.2013

Art Book: Crazy 4 Cult: Cult Movie Art 2

Over the past few years,  no other name in the art world has become quite as synonymous with excellent popular culture art as Los Angeles' Gallery 1988 and their annual show, Crazy 4 Cult. The show encompasses virtuall...

Liz Rugg

7:30 PM on 05.16.2013

Check out these remade original trilogy Star Wars posters

An artist and illustrator who goes by the name Old Red Jalopy recently created these awesome posters for the original Star Wars trilogy; A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi, in the style of other ic...

Liz Rugg

4:00 PM on 05.16.2013

Body Snatchers: Threadless' Monsters Inc. t-shirts

The awesome t-shirt and apparel distribution company Threadless recently held a contest for designers and artists to come up with some awesome t-shirt designs based around Pixar's Monsters Inc. With the movie's prequel, Monst...

Liz Rugg

12:00 PM on 05.02.2013

Flix for Short: Omelette

Omelette was created by artist Madeline Sharafian at Calarts. The story follows a happy-go-lucky dog who loves its master so much that it'll do anything to take care of him. The short film is super adorable and I love the mu...

Liz Rugg

Flixclusive Interview: Artist Scott C. photo
Flixclusive Interview: Artist Scott C.
by Hubert Vigilla

Scott C.'s art is silly in a good way and childlike in the best way. It's on display in his two books of art -- Amazing Everything (Insight Editions) and the recently released The Great Showdowns (Titan Books) -- as well as his webcomic Double Fine Action Comics, his gallery shows, and his design contributions to games.

I had a chance to interview Scott C. by email. He seems really friendly and goofy, the kind of person it'd be fun to riff with for a while. I wish had a chance to talk to him in person since there are some questions I should have asked (but missed) and a couple follow-ups that could have moved a conversation in interesting directions. Since we both grew up in the same city (San Jose, though he's a couple years older than I am), I probably would have asked him more stuff about the South Bay, like if he ever went to Bullwinkle's when that was still a thing.

Scott C. currently lives in New York, and based on his Twitter feed, he's holding up okay after Sandy hit. Fellow artist Kate Beaton (Hark! A Vagrant) was hanging out at his place during the storm and did these sketches. Like Scott C.'s Ghost art we posted on Halloween, Beaton's work is a nice dose of levity, though these sketches during Sandy are a good from-the-ground chronicle of Manhattan over the last few days.

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12:00 PM on 10.30.2012

Book: The Great Showdowns

This week, Titan Books is releasing The Great Showdowns, a collection of art by Scott C. You may remember that we highlighted Scott C.'s artwork earlier in the year. Scott C. has worked in a number of different mediums, inclu...

Hubert Vigilla

10:00 AM on 09.20.2012

Mondo artists create Dredd 3D poster, Tarantino box set

In case you missed it, Dredd 3D is actually supposed to be pretty good, and now it has the Mondo poster to prove it. As a part of the film's final premier at Austin's Fantastic Fest, Mondo has teamed up with artist Jock to cr...

Liz Rugg

7:00 PM on 08.01.2012

Check out this awesome The Goonies poster from Mondo

This is probably the best Goonies poster I've ever seen. Not that there are a ton out there, but this seriously rocks. We all know by now that Mondo posters are infuriatingly hard to purchase because they sell out almost imme...

Liz Rugg

11:00 AM on 06.22.2012

Adrian Tomine draws Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom

After seeing Moonrise Kingdom again, I've mentally added a couple points to my initial score. There's just something about that portrait of young love at summer's end that's beautifully done. Adrian Tomine captures that feeli...

Hubert Vigilla

4:00 PM on 06.19.2012

Oh my Glob! Adorable Ghibli, Adventure Time crossovers

Ghibli Time! Come on, grab your friends, we'll go to a very distant land with Cake the Catbus and Fiona the human, the fun will never end, it's Ghibli Time! An awesome artist who just goes by David on his Tumblr has been crea...

Liz Rugg

8:00 AM on 12.30.2011

Le Ballon Rouge and Battle Royale prints by Julian Callos

Illustrator and artist Julian Callos has these two awesome illustrations for two movies that I love, the French short film Le Ballon Rouge (The Red Balloon) and Japanese school yard horror, Battle Royale. I love the Red Ballo...

Liz Rugg