Last week Cult Collective were not the only ones to launch a brand new website. The Poster Posse launched their own dedicated website alongside their latest project, and official collaboration with Disney to celebrate their upcoming animation Big Hero 6.
Inspired by the Marvel Comics series created by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau in the late 90’s, Big Hero 6 follows in the footsteps of Disney and Marvel’s other recent super hero team movie, Guardians Of The Galaxy as another example of how the mouse house are putting faith into lesser known Marvel characters.
Check out some of the great posters that the Poster Posse have created!
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.
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!
In case you didn’t know, Hull will be the European City of Culture for 2017. Event’s like Cult Cinema Sunday at the Fruit have really helped transform the city over recent years. On the third Sunday of every month, Cult Cinema Sunday screen a classic movie as well as putting on music, local food, drinks, a quiz and competitions with some great film related prizes.
For Cult Cinema Sunday’s next screening on Sunday 19th October, they will be showing The Crow, Brandon Lee’s iconic last role. To make the screening that extra bit special, Cult Cinema Sunday commissioned artist Matt Ferguson to produce an amazing, exclusive poster for the event. Check out the full reveal and event details below.
Earlier this year Hero Complex Gallery released a set of Star Wars inspired viewpoint prints by Chris Skinner. Chris is now back with a follow up release to that series, “This Baby’s Got a Few Surprises Left In Her, Sweetheart!”.
Hi Folks! Apologies for disappearing for a few days there! We have been busy beavering away building our new site, which can be found in the same place at www.CultCollective.co.uk
Fear not! The blog will live on in it’s current form and can be accessed through the site, making it easier for you to find everything in one place!
Now, for the really exciting bit. For our second tee release, we are extremely pleased to have worked with artist Mark Chilcott to produce this t-shirt featuring his “Bob-OMB” design.
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!
We are big fan’s of Mark’s and we are really pleased to be working with him on this tee. We will be announcing the date that these great tees go on sale very shortly! In the meantime, be sure to check out Mark’s website and follow him on Twitter!
We would really love to hear your thoughts on our new site and you can share them with us by getting in touch with us directly using this LINK or on Twitter, Facebook
Thanks for taking the time to have a look!
With Halloween rapidly approaching, there is nothing we love more than a good, petrifying film to evoke the spirit of October. This coming Monday October 6th Galerie F release two sets of prints commissioned by the very talented horror buff Brian Ewing inspired by the films that have scared horror fans senseless for decades.
Ewing pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s timeless Psycho and Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining with two clever screen prints to be released with Galerie F.
Dioramas may not be the first port of call when it comes to collectors displaying their figures, but even the die-hard fan have to admit that they certainly add character to what would be an otherwise uninspiring work top or glass cabinet display. At the end of the day, as much as I like my action figures boxed and hanging on my wall, they were made for the most part to be played with.
Whether it be for a small child or a childish adult, we can all get a little buzz out of checking out the latest figures points of articulation. Marvel and other companies certainly think so and have contributed to this field in the past, putting toy lines out that came with their own little mini diorama (the Punisher action figure with arcade smashed diorama had a thug with a grenade in his mouth!). For the most part though they never looked quite like these creations by Louise Townend of Craft Geek Dioramas.
For those of us that grew up in the late 80’s and 90’s, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles helped define our childhood. Along with other cartoons such as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, G.I Joe (or Action Force, if like me you are British) and Tranformers, TNMT were a institution. TNMT always felt different. Cooler. Unlike the others, they were a bonifide comic and cartoon series, along with a brilliant movie. They were born from something.
Bottleneck Gallery, those New York based mavericks of pop culture art, will be celebrating the Heroes in a Half Shell with a group show dedicated to the different iterations of the TNMT, “Turtles in Time”. Opening tonight, Friday October 3rd, from 7pm-10pm at 60 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249. The entire exhibition will run until October 26th. Take a look at some of the amazing artwork that will be on display by reading on!
The Mighty Mini series by Hero Complex Gallery is becoming quite popular. With sold out prints by Derek Collier, Matt Ferguson and The Dark Inker himself, Stephen Sampson, fellow British artist Chris Skinner offers up the latest in the series.
“In Darkest Knight” pays homage to Gotham’s resident vigilante in a limited edition of 100 prints at 12″ by 12″. Read on for the full image and more details!
Brad Bird’s The Iron Giant is enjoying something of a renaissance at the moment. Mondo featured a number of pieces as well as a vinyl release for this month’s Mondo Con and artists such as Bruce Yan have also been releasing some great art work based. It’s easy to forgive as the film is charming and endearing and was criminally overlooked when it first came out.
California based illustrator and designer Khoa Ho clearly has a soft spot for the movie too and has released a timed edition Giclee print inspired by the movie. Read on for more details.agree as he has produced this exciting piece celebrating Batman’s animated adventures.