Andy Fairhurst’s Collectible Ticket Series With Regal Cinemas Continues With Steven Spielberg’s Fantasy Adventure: “The BFG”

U.K. artist Andy Fairhurst was commissioned to create images for a series of collectible tickets that would be given away through Regal Cinemas.  To date, Regal Cinemas has given away collectible tickets featuring Andy’s work for: Zootopia, Jungle Book and Alice: Through The Looking Glass and Finding Dory.  (By the way, if you have not seen Finding Dory…

John Hughes Print, “Headed Home” Is The Start Of A Perilous Journey

John Hughes is an illustrator and Designer based in Brooklyn, N.Y. who specializes in visual development and production art for motion graphics.  Today we are thrilled to announce that we are putting one of his original concepts up for sale.  John was Inspired by Naughty Dog’s intense, action-adventure, survival-horror video game, “The Last Of Us.”  It’s quite…

Regal Cinemas Reveals Andy Fairhurst’s “Finding Dory” Image As Part Of Their Ongoing Collectible Ticket Series

U.K. artist Andy Fairhurst was commissioned to create images for a series of collectible tickets that would be given away through Regal Cinemas.  To date, Regal Cinemas has given away collectible tickets featuring Andy’s work for: Zootopia, Jungle Book and Alice: Through The Looking Glass.  Today they have revealed the latest collectible ticket and it’s for Disney/Pixar’s…

Thomas Walker Entices Readers With His Cover For Keith Yatsuhashi’s New Urban Fantasy Book: “Kojiki”

Massachusetts author, Keith Yatsuhashi’s debut book, “Kojiki“, from Angry Robot Books, sounds like something that we would LOVE to read.  You put U.K. artist Thomas Walker’s art on the cover and it instantly becomes even MORE enticing.  Here is a brief synopsis for this new urban fantasy.
Every civilization has its myths. Only one is true.

When eighteen year old Keiko…

Chris Garofalo & Mad Duck Posters Tell Us “Do Not Question Authority”

“I’ve come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all out of bubblegum.”

Inspired by the 1988 John Carpenter film, “They Live“, artist and lover of all things creepy, Chris Garofalo and Mad Duck Posters have just released a tribute poster titled “Do Not Question Authority.”  
Nada (Roddy Piper), a wanderer without meaning in his…