Daniel Nash Delivers A Delightful Design For Lois Lowry’s “The Giver” In SciFiNow’s Latest Issue

SciFiNow is one of our favorite magazines, and that’s saying a lot considering how many we peruse each month.  Here is how they describe themselves: Great stories, impeccable style and with a definitive voice, SciFiNow is both immensely rewarding for genre veterans and instantly accessible to new fans. Driven by a dedicated, fervent community that interact…

Happy New Year From The Poster Posse!

DANG!  2015 is already behind us?  Where….the….hell….does….the…..time…go?  2015 was truly a phenomenal year for the Poster Posse.  We were fortunate enough to collaborate with some incredible companies including Marvel, Disney, Pixar, Vertigo, 20th Century Fox, Lucasfilm, Hyundai and SciFiNow to name a few.  We wanted to thank everyone who supported, appreciated, and shared our many…

Adobe Create Interviews Orlando Arocena & Reveals Some Insane Unseen Star Wars Art

Orlando Arocena is one of those artists whose work you instantly recognize as his and it continuously boggles your mind when you look at it.  He has worked with the New York Auto show, been the featured artist on Adobe Illustrator’s splash page, done work with countless magazines and some of the biggest studios in…

SciFiNow Enlists Luke Butland To Re-Imagine The Cover To The 1996 DC Classic: “Kingdom Come”

Our ongoing collaboration with SciFiNow continues and this month Luke Butland was brought in to re-imagine the cover to “Kingdom Come” for their book of the month club.  The beloved four-issue comic book mini-series from DC came out in 1996 and was written by Mark Waid and Alex Ross with art by Ross.  SciFiNow spoke…

The Dark Inker Takes On Clive Barker’s “Books Of Blood” In This Month’s Issue Of SciFiNow

This month ScifiNow’s Book Club is talking about Clive Barker’s “Books of Blood.”  Barker’s “Books of Blood” series is comprised of six books and ranks as a favorite amongst horror fans all over the world. Gory and gruesome, this collection of horror fiction has been developed into several films and cost many a reader countless…

Matt Needle Brilliantly Reimagines The Book Cover For China Miéville’s “The City And The City” For SciFiNow

Inspector Tyador Borlú, of the Extreme Crime Squad in the European city-state of Besźel, investigates the murder of Mahalia Geary, a foreign student found dead with her face disfigured in a Besźel street. He soon learns that Geary had been involved in the political and cultural turmoil involving Besźel and its “twin city” of Ul…

Doaly Gives Fans A Grisley Reimagination Of Alan Moore’s “From Hell” For SciFiNow

We continue our monthly collaboration with SciFiNow’s Book Club with a reimagined cover for Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s “From Hell.”  Featured in this month’s issue (Available HERE), featured artist, Doaly, gives us a grim look at the storyline with a fantastic new image.

From Hell, Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s epic revision of the Jack the Ripper murders, posits Sir William…

Thomas Walker Turns In An Absolutely Delightful Cover For Viva Brighton’s June Issue

Thomas Walker was recently commissioned to do the June cover of Viva Brighton’s monthly magazine.  The theme was “Vintage” and Thomas absolutely nailed the vibe perfectly.  Here is what he had to say about the project.

After only a few weeks of relocating to Brighton, England after living in New Zealand, I was approached by Viva…

Johnny Dombrowski Re-imagines The Cover To Harlan Ellison’s “Dangerous Visions” For Sci Fi Now’s Book Club

Back in 1967 author Harlan Ellison released a ground-breaking science fiction short story anthology called “Dangerous Visions.”  A path-breaking collection, Dangerous Visions helped define the New Wave science fiction movement, particularly in its depiction of sex in science fiction.  It’s been said that Dangerous Visions “almost single-handedly changed the way readers thought about science fiction.”

(Original first edition cover)
The list of the…