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.
A few months ago we previewed the inaugural online show, ’16Bit BRAWL’, from art, illustration, graphic design and toy industries site, Streets of Beige. Featuring work by some of the leading artists, designers and illustrators from the U.K. and beyond, ’16Bit BRAWL’ celebrated the classic console war which took place between SEGA and NINTENDO throughout the 80s and early 90s.
On the back of the success of ’16Bit BRAWL’, Streets of Beige are back with their second online gallery ‘The Big Ass Monster Show’
‘The Big Ass Monster Show’ is an online only exhibition that kicks off on Friday the 16th of May over at www.StreetsOfBeige.com and will feature a whole plethora of talent putting their own spin on classic movie monsters and unique and grotesque creations of their own. Artist include:
Zombie Yeti, Jon-Paul Kaiser, Mick Minogue, Joshua Belanger, Super Future Kid, Benjamin Mounsey, Gavin Strange, Mr. Flurry, Chad Woodward, Duncan Cox, Seventh.Ink, Goodleg Toys, Shadoe Delgado, Tim Miness, Andrew Richmond, RöTWANG, Mr. Four Fingers, Tessa Morrison, Butch The Butcher, Ouer Graffix, Michael Latimer, Ian Wilding, Lee Nakama, Matthew Griffin and WOLFMASK.
Check out a couple of previews ahead of the show, this Friday.
‘The Big Ass Monster Show’ opens on Friday 16th May and runs until Friday 13th June only at streetsofbeige.com
One of the main reasons behind the inception of Cult Collective was the lack of UK websites, blogs and stores dedicated to pop culture art. Streets of Beige were the exception to that rule. Streets of Beige is a dedicated, daily blog which showcases work from the art, illustration, graphic design and toy industries with an emphasis on sub and pop culture. Streets of Beige are making a huge step forward with their very first online exhibition opening next Friday, ’16Bit BRAWL!’
Featuring work by some of the leading artists, designers and illustrators from the U.K. and beyond, ’16Bit BRAWL’ celebrates the classic console war which took place between SEGA and NINTENDO throughout the 80s and early 90s.
It’s an 18″x 24″, 3-colour screen print in a signed and numbered ‘standard red’ edition of 30 prints for £30 ($50). With a ‘blue variant’ edition of 10 prints for £40 ($70). Both will be available HERE on Friday 21st March at 8pm GMT (4pm EST).
‘Street Fighter Squatties’ by Matthew Hitchcock
As an additional bonus, Matthew ‘Squatties’ Hitchcock has produced the cast of Street Fighter as a set of paper toys for you to collect. They will be released in pairs every Friday throughout the duration of the show, where you’ll be able to download the latest battle and spend your weekend cuttin’ & stickin’ like a boss!
‘Death From Above’ by Dan Shearn
’16Bit’ by WOLFMASK
’16Bit Brawl’ is looking to be a really exciting event and Streets of Beige have certainly come up with a very unique show. The work is brilliant and there will also be a limited edition ZINE available to purchase at £4 which will contain work from ’16Bit BRAWL’ as well as some surprise extras! Make sure you head on over to www.streetsofbeige.com for further details as well as to check out there brilliant site. You can also follow Streets of Beige on Twitter and Facebook.
’16Bit Brawl’ opens on Friday 21st March 2014 at 8pm GMT and running until Friday May 2nd only at streetsofbeige.com