Artist Feature · Geek Art

Middle Earth Masterpieces: A Q&A with artist Nick Comparone

If you know one thing about GiGi and I, it’s that we LOVE our fandom art. We have MORE prints than we can possibly display…that is until we get ourselves an HQ with TONS of wall space 😉 We are always keeping our eyes out for the truly exceptional. It only took following artist Nick… Continue reading Middle Earth Masterpieces: A Q&A with artist Nick Comparone

Robert Bruno

King T’Challa has arrived! Amazing artwork by one of our favorites, Robert Bruno

Wakanda Forever! Today is THE DAY! The much anticipated release of Marvel’s Black Panther is here!! We are BEYOND excited to be viewing the movie this weekend AND we hope you are TOO! Until then, we thought it would be cool to share some incredible art with you, starting with King T’challa himself.   To… Continue reading King T’Challa has arrived! Amazing artwork by one of our favorites, Robert Bruno

Geek Art · Grey Matter Art

Geek Art: Spider-Man Vs. Vulture by Florey

Grey Matter Art has once again teamed up with artist Florey to release another fantastic, officially licensed, limited edition screen printed poster featuring the classic comic characters, Spider-Man and Vulture. Spider-Man Vs. Vulture by Florey 18″ x 24″ hand-numbered screen print – $40 Edition of  150 Printed by Lady Lazarus Spider-Man Vs. Vulture by Florey will be released on… Continue reading Geek Art: Spider-Man Vs. Vulture by Florey

Geek Art · Mad Duck Posters

Mad Duck Posters To Release New Licensed Alfred Hitchcock Posters

This Wednesday, Mad Duck Posters will be releasing new officially licensed Alfred Hitchcock posters for “The Man Who Knew Too Much” by Jack Durieux and “The Trouble With Harry” by David Merveille. “The Man Who Knew Too Much” by Jack Durieux: “The Man Who Knew Too Much” is a 1956 suspense thriller film noir, starring… Continue reading Mad Duck Posters To Release New Licensed Alfred Hitchcock Posters

Geek Art · Mad Duck Posters

Geek Art: “How To Train Your Dragon” by Florey

Mad Duck Posters has released two brand new officially licensed posters for “How To Train Your Dragon” by artist Florey. Both variants depict brave Hiccup riding atop dragon Toothless, flying over the scenic ocean landscape.  The variant (orange) features multiple dragons and characters as they fly towards the battle with the fierce dragon Red Death. Regular (Blue)… Continue reading Geek Art: “How To Train Your Dragon” by Florey