Mondo’s celebration of the heroes of the DC Universe continues this week with WONDER WOMAN ’84 soundtrack and poster releases!
Today, Art Gazette launches with a new web platform, they already have over 7,500 original contemporary artworks by more than 450 artists for sale….
To celebrate the release of Oeke Hoogendijk’s My Rembrandt, on Digital now and on Blu-ray and DVD on 14th September from Dogwoof, we’ve got two on DVD to giveaway!
Reflective, insightful and hopeful. This is a rewarding film experience.
2018 looks like it was pretty special, especially when I’m sat here in the less than splendid isolation of 2020.
Looking for a unique print gift? Dorothy combine film, music and graphic design with real style, invention and original ideas – Take a look…
Top quality designs and ethical production, we had to recommend these Ltd Ed Tees!
This is as much a journey through his extraordinary life, and collaboration with Radiohead, as a magnificent celebration of his outstandingly unique collection of work – It’s out now from Thames & Hudson
Kusama – Infinity, the life story of Yayoi Kusama, is available to own on DVD from 10 December from Dogwoof.
All the details and links you need to pick up one of these awesome new prints for ‘The X-Files’ by J.J. Lendl…
Order Chris Kawagiwa and Dan Mumford’s new prints now on Dark Ink! Head here for links and info of these great new releases.
We review Mondo’s spectacular ‘The Art Of..’ huge book from Insight Editions
Skill and passion has gone into every single frame that shines out through the screen; it’s more than a crime drama, it’s a work of art.
Echidna review by Amelia Vandergast, March 2017 It’s not often we’re graced with a true masterpiece and conceptual short Echidna serves to transport the audience into the uncertain mind of not just the actor on screen but into the intrepid existences of actors as they vow to appease your viewing desires. Shot in monochrome, the silence …
Kubo and the Two Strings is a beautifully created stop-motion world that shows how far the technical elements have jumped forward in such a short space of time, effortlessly combining the action and visual procedures into something so utterly smooth and real that you can’t do anything except accept it as hand-drawn animation, in the …