“The Thing: Artbook” Celebrates The 35th Anniversary Of John Carpenter’s Masterpiece

“Man is the warmest place to hide….”

Directed by John Carpenter and starring Kurt Russell with a musical score by Ennio Morricone, the 1982 sci-fi / horror film, “The Thing” is the epitome of the word “masterpiece.”  Beloved by fans all over the world, the film is celebrating its 35th anniversary.  To mark this momentous occasion,…

“Overstructure” By Croatian Artist “Vast” Is Bizarre & Beautiful

Vast is an artist from Zagreb, Croatia who recently joined the Poster Posse.  He is a digital artist who creates atmospheric graphics through digital collages, intertwined with vector graphics and the end results are out of this world.  Today we are pleased to offer a stunning print he did called “Overstructure.” 

This beautiful print is…

Chris Garofalo’s New Print Pays Tribute To Rob Zombie’s Upcoming Gore-Fest, “31”

“Is it huntin’ time now?”

 
On September 16th, Rob Zombie unleashes a bloody gore-fest at theaters called, “31.”  Here is a brief synopsis for what is being called, “Rob Zombie’s sickest film to date.“
From the visionary mind of Rob Zombie comes the horrific story of five carnival workers who are kidnapped the night before Halloween and…

Vincent Aseo’s “Clutter Jam” Series Will Brighten Your Day

Vincent Rhafael Aseo is a gifted illustrator and coffee lover who hails from Makati PH.   Right under his name on his OFFICIAL WEBSITE  it says, “DESIGN * ILLUSTRATION * COOL STUFF” and once you explore his site you’ll see that his “colorful and vibrant illustration style fuses mainstream pop-culture” in a unique and highly desirable…

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…

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…