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It’s The Last Couple Of Days To Pre Order Our Exclusive “The World’s Finest Tee” By Matt Ferguson From Our Online Store!

All this week we have been harping on about our first ever t-shirt release, “The World’s Finest Tee” by Matt Ferguson. Well, you now only have a couple of days left to pre order yours from  online store !

Based on one of Matt’s classic prints, “The World’s Finest Tee” will be produced in a strictly limited edition of 100, be printed on high quality cotton t-shirts using super soft water based inks and come branded with a screen printed Cult Collective logo and size in the neckline. If you are a fan of Matt’s work, this is a must buy! Once they are gone, they are gone! Read on for more details!

Matt Ferguson World's Finest Batman Superman Tee T Shirt

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Lowercase Industry Celebrates The Galaxy’s Favourite Scoundrels With New Releases “Fett” And “Gambit”

We regularly feature the new releases of South Yorkshire based visual artist Michael Latimer and have covered lots of his previous releases, mainly because he is such a nice chap and his style is so unique and, well, brilliant.

Today, Lowercase Industry have release two more paintings continuing Michael’s “Heroics” line of hand painted, hand sprayed originals inspired by our favourite heroes and villains. This time Michael has been inspired by two of comics and films most popular scoundrels, Boba Fett and Gambit.

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Lowercase Industry Are The Law! New Releases, “Dredd” And “Xenomorph” By Michael Latimer

For a while I have been pestering South Yorkshire based visual artist Michael Latimer to produce a piece based on Judge Dredd, and I now finally have my wish! Michael Latimer is a favourite around these parts and we have covered lots of his previous releases, chiefly because his style is so unique and, well, brilliant.

Michael has just released two new prints via Lowercase Industry continuing his “Heroics” line of hand painted, hand sprayed originals inspired by our favourite heroes and villains, not least Mega City One’s iron jawed law enforcement officer; Judge Joseph Dredd!

“Dredd” by Michael Latimer

15 x 20 inches sized hand painted, hand sprayed originals on heavyweight luxury watercolour paper with acrylics and spraypaint.

Run of 20, signed and numbered, £55 shipped internationally

Alien Michael Latimer

“Xenomorph” by Michael Latimer

22 x 22 inches sized hand painted, hand sprayed originals on heavyweight luxury watercolour paper with acrylics and spraypaint.

Run of 20, signed and numbered, £65 shipped internationally

 

Each of these colourful and wonderfully texture paintings are completely hand painted and are truly individual. Each differ slightly due to the nature of how they are produced and are unique in their own way. With international shipping included in the price, for such a unique piece of art, they are a bargain and can be purchased in the Lowercase Industry Online Store NOW!

While you are over there be sure to check out some of Michaels other, original pieces. His style is so varied and he uses a variety of different mediums to truly compliment each piece. Here is a brief selection.

Follow Lowercase Industry on Twitter for future releases and make sure you have a good look around Lowercase Industries, Michael’s work is amazing.

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Lowercase Industry Release Three More Heroic Pieces By Michael Latimer

South Yorkshire based visual artist Michael Latimer is a favourite around these parts. We have covered lots of his previous releases, chiefly because his style is so unique and, well, brilliant.

Michael has just released three new prints via Lowercase Industry continuing his “Heroics” line of hand painted, hand sprayed originals inspired by our favourite heroes and villains.

“Gotham 3” by Michael Latimer

56cm x 76cm (22 x 30 inches) sized hand painted, hand sprayed originals on heavyweight luxury watercolour paper with acrylics and spraypaint.

Run of 25, signed and numbered, £75 shipped internationally

“Scott and Jean” by Michael Latimer

56cm x 76cm (22 x 30 inches) sized hand painted, hand sprayed originals on heavyweight luxury watercolour paper with acrylics and spraypaint.

Run of 10, signed and numbered, £75 shipped internationally

“Deadpool 3” by Michael Latimer

11.5 x 15 sized hand painted, hand sprayed originals on heavyweight luxury watercolour paper with acrylics and spraypaint.

Run of 10, signed and numbered, £35 shipped internationally

Each of these colourful and wonderfully texture paintings are completely hand painted and are truly individual. Each differ slightly due to the nature of how they are produced and are unique in their own way. With international shipping included in the price, for such a unique piece of art, they are a bargain and can be purchased in the Lowercase Industry Online Store NOW!

While you are over there be sure to check out some of Michaels other, original pieces. His style is so varied and he uses a variety of different mediums to truly compliment each piece. Here is a brief selection.

Follow Lowercase Industry on Twitter for future releases.

One-Shot Gallery Celebrate The Rogues With ‘Great Villains of Gotham: A Cowardly and Superstitious Lot’ Opening Feb 1st!

Here at Cult Collective, we seem to share a passion with One-Shot Gallery, a love of comics and the characters who bring them to life. Chiefly, the villains and rogues!

One-Shot describe themselves as a micro-gallery that exhibits original contemporary art and prints inspired by and celebrating the aesthetics, characters, and themes of comic books and original graphic novels.

On February the 1st, One-Shot will launch their first gallery show ‘Great Villains of Gotham: A Cowardly and Superstitious Lot’ at their exhibit space at St. Mark’s Comics, New York. All art from the show will be available to buy from their Online Shop straight after the exhibit opens.

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GREAT VILLAINS OF GOTHAM: A Cowardly and Superstitious Lot

A great city demands a better class of criminal and Batman’s backyard does not disappoint.  Whether you’re looking for a cat, a croc or a portly penguin; crazy funny, crazy with fear or just crazy for hats; freeze rays or flamethrowers; trick coins or tricky riddles; men that are bats, men made of muck or men that just won’t die; Gotham has them all.  It’s got tree huggers and back breakers and every breed of baddie in between.  This show aims to give these devils their due, a spotlight on the dark minds forever thwarted by a dark knight.

Take a look at some of the pieces that you can check out at the gallery and what will be available to purchase.

After , One-Shot already have their next two galleries planned; ‘From Spawn To Saga: Image Comics at 22’ an exhibit celebrating books published by Image Comics, past and present. This exhibit will feature art by Daisy Church, Jim Doran, Steve Dressler, Andy Fish, Veronica Fish, Damon O’Keefe, James Jirat Patradoon, Robotsoda, Blake Wheeler, Pam Wishbow and Chris Yee. Then there is ‘Daughters Of The Atom: Women Who Wear X’, a show dedicated to the uncanny x-women that get the job done and hold the team together, day in and day out featuring art by Jason Chalker, Daisy Church, Steve Dressler, Andy Fish, Veronica Fish, Ashley Fisher, Zach Koch, Damon O’Keefe, James Jirat Patradoon, Celeste Pille, Robotsoda, Israel Sanchez, Bennett Slater and Pam Wishbow.

Keep up to date with One-Shot Gallery by following their Website and Facebook page!

Doaly Rounds Off His Amazing ‘Dark Knight Trilogy’ Noir Poster Series With An Epic ‘Dark Knight’ Piece

Here at Cult Collective we are huge fans of the creative talent that work hard to put out amazing pieces inspired by their favourite films just for the enjoyment of others. One such artist is Doaly, a brilliantly talented UK based Graphic Designer and Illustrator, whos work is always top tier in my opinion.

Recently Doaly has been working on a number of pieces of art based on Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy. Having already completed noir inspired pieces for Batman Begins and The Dark Knight Rises, Doaly has now completed his own trilogy with a fantastically epic piece for The Dark Knight. Take a look…

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Doaly – The Dark Knight

With The Dark Knight often being revered as the best in Nolan’s trilogy, Doaly had a tough job in living up to the status of the film, but I think it is fair to say that he has most certainly nailed it. Doaly has said that on this final piece he wanted to “take from a monologue from the movie and chart the characters progress, in this movie batman played the role of guardian of the city even when the city didn’t know how much he did for them. I wanted this to echo as part of the city itself and theres a cheeky nod to the joker within the poster as you couldn’t have Dark Knight poster without him.” Can you spot the Joker nod?

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When you see all three of these posters together, it is easy to see what Doaly means by progression, with each of the pieces representing key aspects of Batman’s character, his journey and progression throughout the movies.

You can follow Doaly on Facebook and Twitter as well as hitting up his Website for more information. Keep tabs, as here’s hoping these posters manage to make it into print!