All I can say is wow. I love this edition of Mondo Monday so much. This amazing print by JC Richard is incredible. If you don’t know the story this scene is telling, I recommend you see Universal’s Frankenstein immediately.
Suzy’s Superpower By Michael Perret Artwork by SickNasty People like to joke about superpowers. If you could have any superpower, what would it be? The ability to produce a sign from behind one’s back, for good or for evil, but always completely apropos. The ability to produce a blinding flash of light off one’s front
Anyone that knows me should have a fairly good idea that I’m a big Bela Lugosi fan. The man is seriously one of the greatest horror actors of all time. Not to mention, he’s the face that brought Dracula to the mainstream. Now he’s getting a brand new Mondo treatment with this awesome print. This Jason
The Silver Surfer is kind of the unsung hero of the Marvel world. He’s yet to get a decent crack at the silver screen (ahem). This amazing print by Kilian Eng is hand number, and only one of 275. Of course, it’s sold out by now. But I still like sharing.
Lars Von Trier’s latest opus is coming…soon. Nymphomaniac (or Nymph()maniac), is an two-part, five hour erotica journey of one women’s decent into said title madness. This sex drama is both written and directed by von Trier. Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgård, Shia LaBeouf, Jamie Bell, Christian Slater and Connie Nielsen, the movie will feature LIVE
The New York Times has an interesting piece up on the many iterations book covers go through before they hit the shelves. It’s a concise lineage of the moments that lead to “getting it right.” It’s also an interesting piece from a designer’s point of view, too. Four designers share their works and discus first
I’m not even sure when this was released, but I love it. This movie is such a product of its time, but holds a special place in my heart. Plus, who doesn’t love a good California metal band of Vamps?
Jack Black was a late 19th-century writer and self-proclaimed hobo and professional burglar who lived in the final days of the Wild West. He was dishonest, conniving, but also a guy with a lot of heart. It’s funny to say, but he had the best intentions when it came down to it, even when he was stealing
Director Michel Gondry’s latest opus is a hopelessly quirky, fun, colorful, upbeat, and even silly story of love and loss.
The film stars Elijah Wood in a career turning performance as a famed pianist being terrorized onstage during the night of his much-anticipated comeback. Frodo no more, this is the role that’s going to put Wood back on the marquee.