Our Next Limited Edition Tee, “Bob-OMB” By Mark Chilcott, NOW ON SALE!

Our next limited edition, screen printed tee, “Bob-OMB” by Mark Chilcott, is NOW ONSALE!

To pick up this tee, strictly limited to an edition of 100, head on over to www.CultCollective.co.uk.

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Based on a print produced for Bottleneck Gallery, which you can still buy HERE, “Bob-OMB” will be produced in a strictly limited edition of 100, be printed on high quality white cotton t-shirts using super soft water based inks and come branded with a screen printed Cult Collective logo and size in the neckline.

Each tee will also come with a signed certificate of authenticity so that you know it is a genuine Cult Collective product! Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for your tee to be delivered.

 

We are big fans of Mark’s and we are really pleased to be working with him on this tee. You can more of his work on his website and follow him for future releases on Twitter!

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Uwe De Witt Puts A Fandom Spin On Iconic Album Covers

Music. Everyone has their own tastes. Whether it is the casual music listener who uses the medium as a travelling companion, or the die-hard audio visual connoisseur who can tell you everything there is to know about their favourite band, we all share one thing. We all enjoy the pleasures listening to a tune or score can bring. Now myself, well I am more a film buff, but even I can see the importance that music has in our everyday lives. Iconic film scenes are made that way in some cases, by the musical score that surrounds them. So even with my limited music knowledge I can spot an iconic album cover or to. What artist Uwe De Witt has done has used this knowledge to create a pop culture spin on the cover art we know and love (much like artist Butcher Billy) into his own unique style of artwork.

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Now as I have previously stated, I am no expert when it comes to album covers. So the examples you can see below have not been labelled with the album cover source. But you Cult Collective readers are a damn sight more intelligent than I am, so I know you will be able to piece all of the information together yourselves. I do recognise the variations on Iron Maiden cover albums though, all of which look great.

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It is great to see how naturally the fandom characters intersperse into the album cover designs. Gambit and Constantine make a bang up Bowie, and Judge Death seems like he was tailored made to be a replacement for Eddie from Iron Maiden. It is testament to Uwe superb artistic skills that he can mimic each album cover, while adding his own spin on it. His keen knowledge of fandom and music artists means he can expertly place each character into the right album sleeve, making each one a whole heap of fun to look at. The little in jokes help to (check out the Batman Phil Collins mash up to see what I mean).

This is only a taster of the covers he has done and for a complete list you should check out his Deviant Art page. While you are at it do not forget to check out his other pieces of art on his official website and his Face Book page as well as the work he has done for the website Spacelord. It is going to be interesting to see what else Uwe has up his sleeve in the months leading up to 2015 and if nothing else my interest in music has greatly increased because of his work on show here today.

Dan Mumford Hunts Down The Predator!

London, UK based freelance illustrator Dan Mumford  has a knack of producing ridiculously detailed, yet vibrant images.  For his latest release, Dan has produced two new Predator screen print posters for Dark Ink. Check ’em out!
 
 

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Predator by Dan Mumford
Edition of 250
Silk screen edition with silver metallic inks
12″ x 24″ – $50
Each print has the artist’s authorized signature

 
 

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Predator Variant by Dan Mumford
Edition of 50
Silk screen edition with silver metallic inks
12″ x 24″ – $50
Each print has the artist’s authorized signature

 
 
You can pick up these posters 10.30am PDT on October 31st, 2014 at Dark Ink.

Check out Dan’s work on his Website, buy it from his Online Store and follow him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Scott C Is In A Horrific Mood With His Latest ‘Great Showdown’

With Halloween just around the corner, artist’s spooky minds are starting to become horror centric. For his latest Great Showdown, Scott C depicts the classic ‘The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow’ in his own original, cheery fashion!

 

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“Once you cross that bridge, my friends, the ghost is through, his power ends.”

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Florey Is “Going Off On A Tangent” With His Latest Screen Print For Bottleneck Gallery

For his latest print, Florey is pay homage to one of the creepiest movies of the last decade, Donnie Darko. Check it out!

 

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Florey “Going Off On A Tangent”
5 colour screen print
18 x 24 inches
Numbered edition of 75
$40

You can pick up Florey’s “Going Off On A Tangent” now at Bottleneck Gallery! You can also find Florey on Facebook and Twitter.

Be sure to follow Bottleneck Gallery on Facebook and Twitter, too.

We Catch Up With Jason Edmiston About His Great Year And Attendance At This Years Thought Bubble!

Here in the U.K, we aren’t quite as blessed with the number and size of conventions that art and comic fans can enjoy over in the United States. One shining beacon is Thought Bubble. Held annually in Leeds, Yorkshire, Thought Bubble has grown exponentially over the past few years and has recently seen a surge in the number of world renowned artists from across the globe who are attending and exhibiting at the convention, including Cult Collective favourite, Jason Edmiston.

Jason was kind enough to spare us some time to have a chat with us about his great year and his attendance at this years Thought Bubble. Read on to find out what we can look forward to seeing from Jason at this years Thought Bubble.

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Alan Campbell Celebrates Turning 27 With A Week Long 27% Sale!

Artist and Illustrator Alan Campbell  knows how to celebrate his birthday in style! To celebrate turning 27 on the 28th of October, Alan Campbell will be holding a 27% sale for one week using the discount code Octo27 at checkout. The sale will run from the 24th of October until the 31st of October in his online store and the discount will be available on every item in his store, including the 8×10 ink commission slot. Be quick though, a couple of these prints are very close to selling out.

 

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Doaly Beckon’s The Age Of Ultron!

Yesterday saw the trailer for Avengers: Age Of Ultron burst online and as a result, the interweb starting screaming in excitement. Age Of Ultron certainly looks like an exciting movie and superhero fans were salivating at teases of the ‘Hulkbuster’ Iron Man armour as well as plenty of conflict between Captain America, Thor the rest of the team. Viewers were even treated to glimpses at new characters to the Marvel cinematic world, Quiksilver and Scarlet Witch as well as the reassurance that Nick Fury was still around to support. Noticeably absent was The Vision, Paul Bettany’s step up from voicing Tony Stark’s household security system to full on Avenger status seems to be under lock and key at the moment..

In honour of the darker, sinister tone of the movie, British artist Doaly has cooked up this rather tasty Avengers: Age Of Ultron poster, just for a bit of fun. Take a look!

 

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Doaly’s poster playfully riffs on the song hauntingly crooned by James Spader’s menacing Ultron throughout the trailer and features the villain standing atop a broken and beaten Avengers.

You can keep up to date with Doaly’s work by following him on his website, Twitter Facebook and pick up his work over at his shop

Matt Ferguson Wants YOU For The Furies

Matt Ferguson is a highly productive and highly talented fella. Just for fun, today Matt put together this great little piece, “I Want YOU For The Furies”.

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We wanted to share this piece for one simple reason, it really showcases how great Matt is at illustrating faces and likenesses. We have known for a while that Matt had a knack of putting together clever designs with stunning textures and details but for us, this really breaks new ground in terms of his talent.

Check out more of Matt’s work by following him on Twitter, Facebook and heading over to his website.

Grey Matter Art And Matt Taylor Seduce Us With Their Poster For “The Graduate”

Grey Matter Art ,under license from StudioCanal are very excited to announce their next project, this is for the first officially licensed poster for the film, “The Graduate“. For the first time, Grey Matter Art have teamed up with one of their favourite artists, Matt Taylor to produce it.

Matt Taylor’s The Graduate goes on sale Tuesday the 28th of October between 1pm and 2pm EST in the Grey Matter Art shop page. Read on for the full reveal of both the regular and variant posters!

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