Purveyors of all thing pop culture, Austin-based Mondo has been revamping your cult film favorites through its vinyl soundtrack and VHS reissues, nerdy tees and sought-after artworks that pay homage to cinema’s most fun and bizarre titles. Now the company has created a new line of film-centric goodies. Mondo 237 references Stanley Kubrick’s chilling horror film The Shining.
(For those new to the movie, 237… Continue reading Fans of 'The Shining' Can Now Wear the Overlook Hotel Carpet Pattern via New Merch from Mondo
If you’re not familiar with Mondo Posters, rev up that “Google Image Search” and feast on the sweetest eye candy ever. The poster company honors classic blockbusters, unforgettable cult hits, and the coolest movie moments with gorgeous, jaw-dropping special edition prints that will compel you to keep building walls in your house to host them all. And now they’ve let their… Continue reading 'The World's End' Mondo Poster: Simon Pegg, Blue Robot Blood, and Ice Cream Are a Visual Treat (EXCLUSIVE)
Mondo is the new king of movie posters. The company gathers the best artists from around the world to create inventive new interpretations of classic blockbusters and beloved cult hits. At this point, they’ve created so many incredible original works, it’s hard to imagine them topping themselves. Well, for Halloween, they are doing just that, by going all out with a new poster gallery dedicated to the Universal Monsters of… Continue reading Universal Monsters Mondo Art: 'Dracula' By Jason Edmiston (EXCLUSIVE)
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt recently spoke to Moviefone about his latest film, “Looper,” a sci-fi action flick that follows the story of an assassin in the year 2044, charged with killing his older self from the future. Here’s what the 31-year-old star had to say about his new movie:
“I think that there’s so many layers to it and there’s a lot of questions that it dramatizes: Questions about yourself, one’s past… Continue reading 'Looper' Mondo Posters: Check Out Two Custom Prints From The Movie (EXCLUSIVE)
A few weeks ago Mondo announced Mystery Movie IX, their last mystery movie of the year. For those who aren’t up on the idea behind these, it’s simple: Mondo, the movie art arm of the Alamo Drafthouse, picks a movie they’ve been dying to do a poster for. They don’t tell anyone what it is, they just announce a date and time of… Continue reading How I Became a Romero Zombie for the Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo