Tagged: Warriors

Matt Ferguson Wants YOU For The Furies

Matt Ferguson is a highly productive and highly talented fella. Just for fun, today Matt put together this great little piece, “I Want YOU For The Furies”.

Matt Ferguson Furies


We wanted to share this piece for one simple reason, it really showcases how great Matt is at illustrating faces and likenesses. We have known for a while that Matt had a knack of putting together clever designs with stunning textures and details but for us, this really breaks new ground in terms of his talent.

Check out more of Matt’s work by following him on Twitter, Facebook and heading over to his website.


Quiltface Studios Set To Drop Double Bill Poster For ‘The Warriors And Streets Of Fire’!

One of our favourite artists and designers here at Cult Collective is Chris Garofalo of Quiltface Studios. Not only is he great at his craft, he is a truly top bloke too.

This Wednesday, the 16th of July, at 12pm EST, Chris will be releasing his posters for The Warriors/Streets Of Fire double bill that was originally created as the event poster for Jay And Brian’s Excellent Video Store’s recent screening. Only 15  of these glow in the dark prints are left over from the event, so you better be damn quick!

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Check out these brilliant 80’s inspired Lego characters by Dan Shearn

Sometimes when you are idly perusing the internet on a lazy Saturday afternoon, you can come across some true gems. Take these 80’s inspired Lego characters by graphic designer Dan Shearn that were featured over at The Fire Wire, for example. They are brilliant. In my opinion, someone should be knocking on Gallery 1988’s door and insisting they give this dude a gallery show!

Here’s what Dan had to say about the project over on his blog;

This is a personal project based on one of my favourite childhood toys, and now my sons favourite as well, Lego. I love the iconic nature of the mini figure it has endured decades and is now a design icon in its own right. I grew up in the 80’s and played with lego mostly in the 80’s so i decided it would be fun to produce 80 mini figures based on my favourite 80’s icons.

Keep tabs on Dan’s work by following his blog and his Twitter page. I’m sure there are more of these great pieces to come!