The Art of Mike Mitchell

Oh man do I have a good one for you guys this time around on “The Art of Horror”. Mike Mitchell’s Mondo gallery show just recently opened which showcases his brilliant portraits of some of pop cultures greatest characters. He chose characters that he felt were more under appreciated in the world of pop culture […]

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Mondo Lights Up ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Poster

Mondo has proven time and time again that they are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to one-of-a-kind posters, and that couldn’t be any truer when seeing their latest print of Graham Erwin’s A Nightmare on Elm Street. Any fan of Wes Craven’s classic sweater wearing monster, Freddy Krueger, is going to wan’t to snag one […]

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Mondo Bites into ‘The Lost Boys’

Some of my favorite pieces from Mondo have been done by Phantom City Creative as they’ve created many unforgettable posters with Mondo. Today, they will be releasing their prints of The Lost Boys and they are completely badass and definitely up to standard. Being the cult classic that it is — nabbing one of these […]

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Mondo Unveils Latest ‘Jaws’ One-Sheet

Here we are with yet another beautiful one-sheet from Mondo, featuring Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece Jaws. Creating a print for Jaws is no easy task — and one that Mondo was well aware of — because the original poster is one of the most iconic images in all of cinema. Insert artist Laurent Durieux, and what […]

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Mondo Expands Record Label

While Mondo is mostly known for their work with world renown artists who create visually stunning movie posters, they have quietly developed their own record label which saw soundtrack releases of Maniac and The Beyond on vinyl. Mondo has some big titles on tap for 2013 as they expect to expand their record label. The […]

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A Closer Look at Mondo’s Universal Monsters: Part II

We all remember the jaw dropping Universal Monster prints that Mondo came up with back in October. One of the down sides to seeing these posters online and not in person is that you cannot fully appreciate the amount of work and detail that goes into each and every one of these beautiful works of art. Because of […]

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