The Tales from the Crypt television show was originally adapted from the old 1950′s Entertaining Comics, better known as EC Comics. Updating the classic horror collection Mondo is working with a list of some of today’s best artists to bring you It Didn’t Rot Our Brains art gallery.
Growing up, there was no better night than my weekend nights. And Tales from the Crypt was the best horror series on TV Saturday. It ran from 1989 to 1996 with a total of 93 episodes, featuring some of the best actors and directors of that era. Those include Steve Buscemi, Kirk Douglas, Tim Roth, Demi Moore, Iggy Pop and Dan Aykroyd to name a few. The directors list was just as great with William Friedkin, Tobe Hooper, Robert Zemeckis and Walter Hill. Don t even get me started on the sound tracks by some pretty amazing composers of the time like Danny Elfman and James Horner.
Anywho, back to the task at hand, Mondo’s latest show!
Here is a list of artists and previous works.
Angry Blue “A Storm Is Coming” 2012
Jacob Bannon “The Jane Doe Project ” 2012
Florian Bertmer “Paradise Lost” 2011
Mike Budai “The Neverending Story” 2009
Luke Drozd “Burning Low” 2013
Jason Edmiston “The Hand of Ming” 2012
Graham Erwin “Leatherface” 2012
James Flames “It’s Dangerous To Go Alone. Take This” 2012
Francesco Francavilla “This Island, Earth” 2013
Ken Garduno “Assembled” 2012
Michael Hacker “Canine the Barbarian” 2012
Shane Hillman “Ghoulies II” 2012
Brandon Holt “Welcome to Hell” 2013
Alex R. Kirzhner “The Ritual” 2012
Shawn K. Knight “Dan Deacon” 2012
Kraken “Wez” 2012
Jeff Lemire “Green Arrow” 2012
Drew Millward “Gremlins” 2013
Chris Mooneyham “Five Ghosts” 2013
Phantom City Creative “Cabin in the Woods” 2012
Ghoulish Gary Pullin “Vertigo” 2013
Jim Rugg “Afrodisiac” 2012
Neal Russler “They Live” 2013
Scarecrowoven “H-MAN ” 2012
William Stout ” King Kong” 2013
Ken Taylor “Jurassic Park” 2013
Ash Thorp “Predator” 2013
Mark Todd “Demolisher” 2010
Warwick Johnson Cadwell “The Hound” 2013
Bruce White “Tyrion Lannister” 2013
Chris Wright “Adventure Time” 2013
About Mondo – Mondo is a division of the Alamo Drafthouse championed for bringing art back to movie poster design. Utilizing the talents of world-class artists and designers, Mondo produces limited edition, screen printed posters based on all things film, television and comic properties including Star Wars, The Avengers, DC Comics, Back to the Future and Universal Monsters. In addition to stunning artwork for beloved and future classics, Mondo also releases time-honoured and contemporary movie soundtracks on vinyl, such as Drive, as well as VHS re-issues. Based in Austin, TX, Mondo operates out of a permanent gallery space hosting regular exhibitions featuring a blend of breathtaking original artwork and limited edition screen prints. Having worked with filmmakers such as Guillermo del Toro, Wes Craven, Zack Snyder and Duncan Jones, Mondo has also partnered with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences to further archive and preserve the company’s growing collection of original film posters.. 4115 Guadalupe St. Austin TX 78751
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