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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!


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



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.


We Preview Bottleneck Gallery’s Exciting James White Solo Exhibition: ‘Celscapes’

This Friday Bottleneck Gallery will be opening up a gallery with one of the most exciting and original concepts I have ever see. And there have been a few. On Friday, August, 29th, Bottleneck Gallery will open James White (Signalnoise)’s solo exhibition, ‘Celscapes’.

A celebration of classic painted backgrounds that we were so used to seeing in t.v shows, for ‘Celscapes’ James White will take on both modern and classic film, t.v and cartoons. We are lucky enough to share a few pieces from the show. Read one for some truly beautiful preview pieces from the show!

Celscapes promo


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The LGX Presents Awesome Splash Graffiti Style Fan Art

The LGX (or Kode Logic as he is otherwise known) is a man of mystery. Aside from the fact he is Australian and likes Street Fighter I do not know much about him. So the introduction to his work is going to be a tad brief. But my waffling is not really why you guys and gals are here anyway, so let’s crack on and look at some great artwork shall we?

My first exposure to LGX work was with his Iron series. Taking pop culture characters from a wide range of sources, Kode bangs on some high tech Iron Man style armour and gives us beautiful neon infused creations. There feels like an intense Tokyo feel to his work, or Manhattan at night, with a splash of 80’s colours thrown in for good measure. Colours and lights combine together with some fantastically drawn images, while your eyes are pleasantly assaulted with the sheer amount of brightness on display. Certainly Tron like elements creep up in his work as well, but it was the way his work feels like it exploded out of a spray can which really interested me. There is graffiti like qualities to these pieces, which is one of the many things that make it stand out. Below is a selection of some of my favourites from this range.

LGX iron batman

LGX iron bison

LGX iron dl

LGX iron magneto

LGX iron predator LGX iron ryu

LGX iron shark LGX iron spiderman

LGX iron sub zero

LGX iron superman

My favourite? Iron Shark, how can you not love that! As always I like to show other pieces of artwork the included artist has created, and below is a few that really caught my eye. The revamped X-Men posters are certainly stunning to look at but it was the Breaking Bad and Tron style Street Fighter characters that promoted some jaw dropping on my part that Tex Avery would have been proud of!

LGX breaking bad LGX joker

LGX tron ken

LGX tron ryu

LGX x men

The crying shame is I could not find a link to buy the above prints. It could just be me and my lack of internet knowledge, but I know I need an Iron Shark poster in my life! My searches for Iron Sharks may have hit a dead end, but I did manage (on his Deviant Art page) to find some great pieces for sale which are listed below.

LGX mecha balrog

High-quality prints in glossy, matte and lustre finishes. 30 x 40 Inches. £31.72p.

LGX mecha bison

 High-quality prints in glossy, matte and lustre finishes. 30 x 40 Inches. £31.72p.

LGX mecha vega

High-quality prints in glossy, matte and lustre finishes. 24 x 36 Inches. £25.15p.

You should check out the rest of his prints over at his Deviant Art page and look on his Facebook  and Twitter pages for more up to date Kode art news. His Facebook page has tons of artwork on it which I just could not squeeze into this article, so if you get a hankering for more you know where to look!

EXCLUSIVE! Marko Manev Wants You To Get Your Ass To Bottleneck Gallery’s ‘Influences’, Opening This Friday!

Opening this Friday at Bottleneck Gallery in NYC is a show I am truly excited to see pieces from. ‘Influences’ is a joint exhibition of art by Matt Ferguson and Marko Manev, two artists I absolutely adore. Bottleneck Gallery have kindly given Cult Collective the privilege of exclusively revealing one of Marko Manev’s pieces from the show, “Recalling Mars”, Inspired by Arny’s quotable classic; Total Recall.

Total Recall

“Recalling Mars”, 12 x 24 inches, Signed and numbered edition of 40, $40

stylistically similar to his excellent Predator inspired piece that Blurppy revealed last week, Marko again cleverly uses simply imagery to conjure up pathos and tonally represent the movie that influenced the piece. Matt Ferguson and Marko Manev clearly have styles that compliment each other, something that will make ‘Influences’ a great show. Blurppy also revealed Matt Ferguson’s Jurassic Park inspired piece and Xombie Dirge his Batman: The Movie piece, “Shark Repellent Batspray”. You should really check those out, too!

influences flyer marko manev

‘Influences’ opens this Friday, February the 28th with an opening reception from 7pm until 10pm. Matt Ferguson will also be in attendance. The show will run through until March 23rd at Bottleneck Gallery, 60 Broadway, NYC. There will be an online drop at some point with pieces from the show being available online. For more information, head on over to Bottleneck Gallery’s Website, Twitter and Facebook.