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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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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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Ka-Pow! Posters Continue Timothy Pittides’ ‘Rogues’ Series With “Dragon”!

A little while ago we featured Ka-Pow! Posters collaboration with Timothy Pittides on his Batman villain inspired ‘Rogues’ Series. Ka-Pow! and Timothy are now ready with the second installation in the on-going mini series with “Dragon”, inspired by Killer Croc in one of his old school incarnations.

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Bottleneck Gallery Announce ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Timed Edition Prints By Marko Manev – Coming This Friday! UPDATED WITH FULL REVEAL!

Renowned for his excellent ‘Noir’ series of prints, Macedonian conceptual artist, graphic designer & illustrator Marko Manev has once again joined up with Bottleneck Gallery to bring us a new trilogy of prints based on everyones favourite sci-fi operatic action epic, Star Wars.

Marko Manev Star Wars Triptych

What we do know is that the series will be a timed edition coming this Friday and will be available over at the Bottleneck Store. I am a fan of timed edition prints and I think it’s great that Bottleneck and Marko have chosen to go this way with these prints. Next month Bottleneck Gallery will also be opening ‘It Came From 1984’, a gallery celebrating the 30th anniversary of movies from what is possibly the best year for cult movies.

For more information and to keep abreast of news, make sure you follow Bottleneck Gallery on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and their Website.  You can also find out more about Marko Manev and his fantastic work over on his Website and by also following him on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

Merry Christmas from Cult Collective! To celebrate, here are some awesome pieces that would make the perfect greetings card!

Merry Christmas, everyone! Firstly, thank you for taking the time to visit Cult Collective over the past few months, the site has been overwhelmingly more popular than I had ever imagined. Also, a huge thank you to the awesome artists, designers, movie makers, galleries and illustrators who have spared us the time to share their work and say a few words about what they do.

At this festive time of year we have gathered together some of our favourite holiday related images that we know would make the perfect greeting card for any pop culture art fan!

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Jason Liwag “Sending Smooches” Greeting Card – Gallery 1988

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Matt Ferguson

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Doaly

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Matt Ferguson

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Meg Hyland “You Filthy Animal” – Gallery 1988

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Ridge “Only I Didn’t Say ‘Fudge’…” – Gallery 1988

Have an excellent Christmas and New Year, everyone!

Matt Ferguson shares awesome ‘Alien’ piece. You know, for fun!

It’s no secret that we are HUGE fans of Matt Ferguson here at Cult Collective. His ‘He Stole My Balloons’ made our ‘Top ten picks of 2013‘ list a few days ago.

Matt has Tweeted and Instagrameed a nice little Alien piece that he has been working on. Just for fun.

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Thematically similar to his World’s Finest print, Alien could quite easily be the second piece in a potential new series. Some folk have even said it would make a great t-shirt and I agree.

Whatever happens, it a great piece, nice and simple, featuring Ripley and the Alien in the faetal position, a common symbolic theme of ‘rebirth’.

Pop on over to Matt’s Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date with all of his work.

Mondo reveals first pieces from ‘The Art of Laurent Durieux’ gallery plus a video on the MMMXI, ‘Die Hard’

Last Saturday Mondo held their eleventh mystery movie screening at The Crest theatre in L.A. The screening, to no ones surprise, was for the festive action classic, Die Hard. What was surprising however was their choice in artist, Laurent Durieux, who knocked it out of the park with what I have chosen as one of Cult Collective’s 10 top picks of 2013.

The Mondo team also put together this fantastic video on the event, too.

After the screening Mondo announced that from February the 7th through to March the 1st at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas that they would be holding a gallery titled ‘The Art of Laurent Durieux’, his first solo show!

On Sunday morning Laurent was kind enough to chat with me about that poster and what about his upcoming solo gallery he was looking forward to most .

[I will] meet all the poster enthousiasts in person and meet the Mondo guys as well, be able to put faces on all these names. Of course, as an artist it would be lying to say I’m not interested with the response to my work. I’ve been working (almost) like a slave 😊 for the last 6/7 months full time on those posters and I hope the hard work will live up to it, that the collectors and fans will dig them.

You can read the full article here.

Mondo have also revealed two of the prints for the show, one for Alfred Hitchcock’s adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, The Birds and the other for Fred Wilcox’s classic sci-fi Forbidden Planet, a loose adaptation of Shakespear’s, The Tempest. Mondo also teased a Back to the Future poster too!
These posters have great use of colour and suit Laurent’s style brilliantly.

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Forbidden Planet by Laurent Durieux 24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Edition size to be determined

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Forbidden Planet by Laurent Durieux 24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Variant Edition size to be determined

Laurent told Mondo on working on Forbidden Planet

“Man, I love this movie! So retro-futuristic, so naive, so kitsch! That’s really my dope! Robby the Robot is iconic which is why I had to put it as THE star of the movie poster. The original poster is just sublime, the colours are just so vibrant, and so I tried to emulate that impression on my own take of this science fiction classic. This poster is the piece that took me the longest to finish, almost 2 months! I think it was worth the effort and the number of layers!”

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The Bird’s by Laurent Durieux 24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Edition of 325

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The Bird’s by Laurent Durieux 24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Variant Edition 150

Laurent told Mondo his thoughts on working on The Birds

“The bloody beak of the crow is a direct reference to the scene where the neighbour is found in his bedroom by Jessica Tandy with his eyes missing. I originally wanted to place an eyeball in the crow’s beak, but I thought it was a bit too gory for a Hitchcock movie… so I toned it down a notch. I really love the variant on this one,”

So it’s time to get those plane tickets to Austin booked as Laurent will also be there in person for a chat with his fans. An opportunity you can’t miss!

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Ka-Pow! Posters announce Timothy Pittides’ ‘Rogues’ series mini-subscription service.

Many poster companies and galleries offer a subscription service for new prints nowadays. It’s a great way for fans to ensure they get the prints that they want.
Ka-Paw have just announced their own mini-subscription plan for the Pittides’ ‘Rogues’ Series.

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The subscription plan includes the already released ‘Poison’ and the next three prints in the series, scheduled to drop in March, June, and September of next year. By purchasing the subscription you will also receive matching numbers on all 4 prints, an important option for any collector.

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Subscriptions cost $150 plus $40 shipping. That’s a total savings of $70*, that’s all four prints for the price of three, what a bargain!

Hurry though, there are only 50 of these available. To Subscribe head on over Ka-Pow! posters where you can also find out more information!

Keep up to date with Ka-Power! Poster print releases by following them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram

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Cult Collective’s 10 top picks of 2013

Choosing a ‘top 10’ and ‘best of’ lists is always a challenge. They are massively subjective, very personal to the author and narrowing down the choices can be a pain! Justin Ishmael of Mondo has just posted his carefully considered choices over at the Mondo blog.

Instead, at Cult Collective we have chosen to pick our 10 personal favourite pieces from 2013, as we wanted to carefully reflect on what has been a great year for pop culture art and design. These are in no particular order and we have decided to only pick one piece per artist for the sake of variety.

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Mondo – Tyler Stout’s Shaun Of The Dead Variant. Our favourite Tyler Stout piece, the variant harkens back to the grimy 70’s feel of horror movie advertisement.

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Bottleneck Gallery – Matt Ferguson’s ‘He Stole My Balloons’. This is a work of art, period. An evolution of the minimalist design it captures the tone and symbolism of the Batman movie and legend in a very effective piece.

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Mondo – Phantom City Creative’s Godzilla. This award winning piece is unique to this list as it is for a movie that isn’t even out yet. The image and colours are striking and even though it doesn’t even properly feature Godzilla, you get a definite sense of presence in the extremely clever imagery.

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Gallery 1988, Crazy 4 Cult 7 – Sam Gilbey’s ‘Dog’s and Cats Living Together’. It is no secret that Ghostbusters is one of my favourite movies. I have struggled to find a piece that represented the movie both visually and in tone but Sam has done a perfect job with this Giclee’.

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The Gaslight Anthem – El Jefe Design’s ‘Never let you down’. Produced for the Hurricane Sandy relief benefit concert, this gig poster captures both the sentiment of the song it represents and the cause it was in aid of. Beautiful.

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Mondo Mystery Movie XI – Laurent Durieux’s Die Hard. When this piece first leaked on to the internet Saturday night my thoughts where simply “Wow”. The poster is a lot different to that which people where expecting and we were certainly pleasantly surpried. Laurent has done a great job of capturing the pathos of Die Hard in what to me is the perfect ‘alternative’ movie poster.

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Jock’s Batman Letterpresses. 2013 has been a huge year for Jock. His work has been phenominal for both DC and Mondo. This piece narrowly pips his Joker ‘Black Mirror’ piece, which I have a hand finished version framed in my hallway’, because of the care and love that went into producing not only the letterpresses themselves but the stunning envelope, itself a work of art.

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Mondo – Jason Edmiston’s Evil Dead 2. I said earlier in the year that this is one of my favourite Mondo pieces of all time and this still stands true. A beautifully rendered piece of art that works so well as a screenprint.

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Huckleberry Toys SDCC Exclusive – Tom Whalen Batman: The Television Series Variant. Tom’s style is colourfully retro and is suited no better to this representation of Batman: The Television Series, produced for San Diego Comic Con as a promotionally piece for the DVD release.

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Mondo – Olly Moss’ Sightseers Variant. One of the funniest and most surreal movies of the year deserved a striking poster. The retro Yorkshire Dales promotional poster inspired piece works best in the variant edition for me as the colour’s capture the sinister nature of the movie while retaining the desired nostalgic feel.

So there you have it. With only two weeks to go in 2013 it seems unlikely that there will be anything released to knock any of these off of the list. Unless we do get that rumoured Home Alone piece from Mondo. Please let us know your thoughts and choices in the comment section below.

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Dave Perillo’s second piece in his ‘Indiana Jones’ series, ‘Temple: 1984’, is now available to buy!

As I write this the second in Dave Perillo’s Indiana Jones series, ‘Temple: 1984’ is now available to buy through Dark Ink Art.
Be quick, though, these are sure to sell out fast!

Dave Perillo Temple 1984 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Inspired by by Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,  ‘Temple: 1984’ by Dave Perillo is a 250 piece silk screen edition measuring 12″ x 36.” Each print is signed by Perillo and there is a limit of one per customer. The print costs $50.00 and is printed by DL Screenprinting.