Archive for October, 2012

Part of Spoke Art’s Bad Dads exhibition, an annual showcase of screenprints, paintings, and other works of art based around the filmography of Wes Anderson.

You can find more here. 

  • Herman by Oliver Barrett
  • 18×24”
  • 3-color screenprint
  • $40 edition of 80


  • The Life Aquatic by 100% Soft
  • 18×24”
  • Giclee print
  • $40 edition of 40


  • The Sinking of The Belafonte by Isaac Bidwell
  • 18×24”
  • $40 edition of 45


  • The Fantastic Mr. Fox by Michael DePippo
  • 18×24”
  • Signed and Numbered
  • $40 edition of 100


  • Khaki Scouts by Dave Perillo
  • 18×24”
  • Signed and Numbered
  • $40 edition of 100


  • The Life Aquatic by James White
  • 18×24”
  • Hand Numbered
  • $45 edition of 50


  • Margot by Stanley Chow
  • 18×24”
  • Signed, Numbered giclee with certificate of authenticity
  • $40 edition of 100


  • The Belafonte by Justin VanGenderen
  • 13×19”
  • 4-color signed screenprint
  • $40 edition of 35


  • The Storyteller by Dave Greco
  • 12×15”
  • Fine Art Giclee Print
  • $45 edition of 20


Imagination department is working overtime on Oz The Great and Powerful.  This is just as gorgeous as the first poster released a few months ago. 

Just OK for a cast poster.  My main problem– if Robert Redford is looking behind him why are all the pictures pushed forward?

Emotional and beautiful in any language. 


A blitz of posters from this week’s American Film Market. 






A filmed version of a stage show.  Is such a thing eligible for an Academy Award nomination?

This doesn’t look like a save the family farm picture. 

I would be frowning to if all I can get hired for is this kind of med-evil sword fest dreck.  Wow, Kristen Stewart directed it!  The one who starred briefly in RoboDoc, Casino Royale and Miami Vice. 

An what? It’s looks all Greek to me. And so are the next three posters.

City of Children poster.  A film about child slavery and prostitution. 

JACF= Just Another Confusing Foreign poster with a weird blurb. 

If the title is true, then the birds must be eating the boy’s food. 

English title: Breathe Made Visible.  A dance-mentary.

Quiet, your fears can awaken them!





If evil wears many faces then why do they all look like Jason Vorhees?

Que pasa with all these Wreck It Ralph posters lately?  Sure it opens, Friday, but there is a new one everyday. 

I like how one side of the gnarly vines is macabre and the other side objects of lives lived.   A nice poster.

This is one she-bitch the town virgins don’t want to screw with!


A sly updating of horror and sci-fi tropes John Dies at the End looks to be this generations Bill and Ted Excellent Adventure.  The comedic-horror talents of Don Coscarelli (Phantasm, Bubba Ho Tep) is responsible for this cinema trip through time, space and horror lore that will have you thinking differently about soy sauce like forever. 

Chris Colfer wrote and stars in Struck by Lightning, a sweet coming to talent story about founding and publishing a high school literary magazine. A nice mixture of familiar TV teen stars and up and coming stars and starlets, including the always enjoyable Rebel Wilson, make up the charming and talented cast.