Earlier this week Mondo hosted a Game of Thrones gallery at Austin's SXSW festival, showcasing enough gorgeous art to fill you all up like sweet, sweet lemon cake. But you didn't see ALL of the art. We're hosting an exclusive look at some new GoT-inspired art from artist JC Richard.
Earlier this week, we showed you the two posters Mondo released as part of their SXSW Game of Thrones gallery show. Now Mondo has opened the show to the public, giving us a peek at how their favorite artists interpret Game of Thrones.
We've been on the edge of our seats since Mondo first announced they'd be releasing Game of Thrones prints; between the awesomeness of the show and Mondo's incredible artists, we knew they'd be something special. Shockingly, we were right — check out the first two:
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At its best, Mondo's poster art brings out the intrinsic coolness of famous movie imagery, and makes you see it in a brand new way. Case in point: This new Blade Runner poster by artist Craig Drake manages to showcase the unique playful/weird style of Pris, but also a lot of her sadness and alienation. She's alone in…
The genius of Mondo's posters is the way they make us see familiar science fiction and fantasy classics anew. They take the images that we've grown up with, and reimagine them. Sometimes with minimalism, sometimes with incredible ornateness.
Hayao Miyazaki's brilliant Princess Mononoke has taken on a whole new dark power, in this amazing poster by artist supreme Olly Moss. We're super proud to be able to feature this Mondo limited edition, produced just for San Diego Comic Con.
Iron Man started this Marvel movie craze, and he's still one of the top reasons to be excited about The Avengers. And now you can celebrate the most metal of the Avengers, with this Mondo art print going on sale Friday.