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COLOSSAL: Poster, Soundtrack, Statue & Enamel Pin!

This weekend COLOSSAL, visionary filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo's comedic drama turned giant monster movie, opens in New York and Los Angeles. To celebrate the film's release, we're proud to present a product capsule of epic proportions including brand new posters, Bear McCreary's soundtrack on vinyl, stunning maquette, and enamel pin - available now on our site

To our friends in NY and LA, please head to the theaters this weekend to support this truly unique cinematic experience. The film opens everywhere else next weekend, and we can't recommend it enough. #SheIsColossal

Colossal by Akiko Sterehnberger
24"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 175
Printed by D&L Screenprinting
$45

Colossal by We Buy Your Kids
12"x36" Screen Print, Edition of 175
Printed by D&L Screenprinting
NOTE: This poster will be available next Thursday, April 13th
$45

Colossal - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed by Bear McCreary
Artwork by We Buy Your Kids
Pressed on 180 Gram Pink and Green Split Colored Vinyl
$25

Mondo, in conjunction with Lakeshore Records is proud to present Bear McCreary's score to COLOSSAL.

COLOSSAL is a complex film working on many levels and Bear McCreary's’ score easily matches the subtle tonal shifts throughout. For our money, this may be his best work yet; it’s really beautiful, full of heart & striking melodies yet suitably mournful and epic when it needs be, mixing a traditional orchestral style with flourishes of post-rock (think Mogwai with a string section). The way Bear manages to mix the two disparate styles is testament to just how good a composer he really is. Another new score for 2017 that promises to be a winner come the end of year polls.

Featuring amazing new artwork by We Buy Your Kids (who also produced artwork for the soundtrack to Nacho Vigalando's first film, TIMECRIMES) and pressed on 180 Gram colored vinyl.

Colossal Enamel Pin
Designed by We Buy Your Kids Approx 1.4" high black dyed metal soft enamel pin
Comes affixed to heavy card stock Colossal packaging
$10

Colossal Kaiju Maquette
Material: Polystone, Size: Approx. 13" in height
Expected to ship 4th Qtr 2017
Artists: Ramirez Studios, Jason Wires, Paul Hanley at Jason Wires Productions, Magical Illusion Factory
$150 

Created using the actual digital model of the creature from the film, this maquette features screen-accurate details of the mysterious giant monster, and includes a display base depicting a street in Seoul, as it stomps though the city, as well as other more subtle hints as to the creature's link to Gloria.

Available for a limited time, the Mondo Exclusive version of the statue will include a copy of the film on Blu-ray signed by writer/director Nacho Vigalondo ($155).

See the full collection here.

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“Style is the answer to everything.”

Charles Bukowski.

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2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY Apparel is ON SALE NOW!

Open the pod bay doors, Kubrick fans! In partnership with Alamo Drafthouse and Warner Bros. Consumer Products, we are proud to announce that our epic, year-long homage to filmmaker Stanley Kubrick continues with a line of officially licensed merchandise celebrating the titanic achievement that is 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY.

This exclusive 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY apparel collection includes four eye-popping T-shirt designs and a hoodie -- all pulled directly from the film’s wealth of distinctive visuals.

The full collection is on sale now!

Transcendence T-Shirt 
Screen printed by Atom Age Industries
100% cotton Next Level Apparel T-Shirt 
Available in sizes XS to 4XL
Pre-order expected to ship in 2-3 weeks
$25

Dawn of Man T-Shirt
Screen Printed by Atom Age Industries
100% cotton Next Level Apparel T-shirt
Available in sizes XS to 4XL
Pre-order expected to ship in 2-3 weeks
$25

Computer Malfunction T-Shirt 
Screen printed by Industry Print Shop
100% cotton Next Level Apparel T-shirt
Available in sizes XS to 4XL
Pre-order Expected to Ship in 2-3 Weeks
$25

Daisy Bell T-Shirt 
Screen printed Atom Age Industries
100% cotton Next Level Apparel T-shirt
Available in sizes XS to 4XL
Pre-order Expected to Ship in 2-3 Weeks
$25

2001: A Space Odyssey Zip Hoodie 
Screen printed by Industry Print Shop
Super-Lightweight Bella+Canvas Zip Hooded Sweatshirt
Available in sizes XS through 3XL
Pre-order expected to ship in 2-3 weeks
$49

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The Art of Hidden Faces

The Public Domain Review: The Art of Hidden Faces: Anthropomorphic Landscapes: "These images — particularly where landscapes are given the form of human heads — appear to be somewhat of a meme of the 17th century, with examples cropping up again and again, especially in Netherlandish painting."

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Mondo x Cyclops Print Works Present NEVER GROW UP: A DISNEY ART SHOW

We're thrilled to announce our next gallery show, “Mondo x Cyclops Print Works Present Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show.” The show kicks off with two events, free and open to the public. The opening night reception will be held Friday, April 28 from 3:00 – 10:00pm, followed by a special “Mondo Clubhouse” Kids Party on Saturday, April 29, from 10am – Noon featuring Disney-inspired treats, face painting, photo booth, and other fun activities!

Following these events, the show will run during regular gallery hours (12PM - 6PM) through May 13th. Mondo Gallery is located at 4115 Guadalupe Street in Austin, TX.

"On our list of dream opportunities, hosting another Disney gallery show was always near the top,” said Mondo Co-Founder and Creative Director Mitch Putnam. “Luckily, Cyclops came through and granted our wish. This time around, we've got some new artists in the mix, some new titles, and overall, just a different vibe from the first show. We can't wait for you to see what we've put together. It's pretty special."

Featuring the work of more than 25 of Mondo’s most renowned artists taking on their favorite Disney films, “Mondo x Cyclops Print Works Present Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show” invites fans of all ages to explore exciting new interpretations of Disney’s beloved classic and modern masterpieces.

Here's a look at just a few of the pieces that will be featured in the show:

Mondo x Cyclops Print Works #04: 101 Dalmatians by Jonathan Burton 

"I think that 101 DALMATIANS is the most beautiful of the Disney films, principally as it was the first time they used the artists' original line drawings in the final cells through the process of the copy machine,” said artist Jonathan Burton. “The line work is sketchy, the color misaligned and it makes for a style full of life. My poster pays tribute to this, and in particular the rough production drawings of Disney’s Ken Anderson who himself was inspired by Ronald Searle.” 

Mondo x Cyclops Print Works #05: Aladdin by Matt Taylor

"I think ALADDIN is peak modern Disney, so having the chance to do my own take on it is pretty much a dream project,” said artist Matt Taylor. “I wanted to try and incorporate some classical Arabian styling and decoration into the piece, but I think the most enjoyable part was getting to draw that Genie busting out of the lamp. The first Mondo/Disney show was one of my all time favorites that they have thrown, and I’d been hoping that they’d go back to the well. I’ve got one wish granted now, better figure out what to do with the other two..." 

Mondo x Cyclops Print Works #06: Big Hero 6 by Ken Taylor

“Watching a Disney movie together with my kids is amazing, but making artwork for one of their favorite films takes it to the next level,” said artist Ken Taylor. “BIG HERO 6 is my eldest daughter's favorite, and I love so much about this film. The story is super fun but its the city that gets me in; the opportunity to draw San Fransokyo has been a blast and one of the best film poster experiences I have had. Hopefully folks dig it as much as I do.”

ARTIST LINE-UP

Martin Ansin
Marc Aspinall
Oliver Barrett
Florian Bertmer
Jonathan Burton
Becky Cloonan
Nicolas Delort
Craig Drake
Joe Dunn
Laurent Durieux
Mark Englert
James Flames
Brandon Holt
Josh Holtsclaw
Rich Kelly
Dan McCarthy
César Moreno
Randy Ortiz
Dave Perillo
Phantom City Creative
Paul Pope
JC Richard
Jessica Seamans
Benson Shum
Stan & Vince
Matt Taylor
Ken Taylor
Rosemary Valero-O'Connell
Tom Whalen
Teagan White

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TUSKEN RAIDER & SNOWTROOPER Portraits by Mike Mitchell!

Earlier this month, we celebrated the Mondo Gallery's 5th Anniversary with "SWxMM", an exhibit featuring artist Mike Mitchell’s character portraits of some of the most beloved heroes and villains in the STAR WARS universe. In addition to previously released portraits from the series, we debuted a selection of new portraits including Tusken Raider and Snowtrooper, which we'll have available online tomorrow (3/28) at a random time! 

NOTE: Tusken Raider and Snowtrooper premiered at the gallery, so only a portion of the edition size will be available online.

Tusken Raider by Mike Mitchell 
12"x16" Screen Print, Edition of 520
Printed by Static Medium
$60

Snowtrooper by Mike Mitchell 
12"x16" Screen Print, Edition of 520
Printed by Static Medium
$60

Please follow us on  Twitter  for the on sale announcement. These posters will be available online at a random time on Tuesday, March 28th.

Music Weekly: THE BLACKCOAT'S DAUGHTER

Hi All - we have a brand new Death Waltz release for you this week, Osgood Perkins' incredible film THE BLACKCOAT'S DAUGHTER. Our new release title this week will actually be released on Friday (day and date with its theatrical debut through our friends at A24).

Normal service will be resumed next week!

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The Blackcoat’s Daughter - Original Motion Picture Score LP. Original Score by Elvis Perkins. Artwork by Jay Shaw. Pressed on 180 Gram Black, Grey & White Vinyl limited to 666 copies. Includes download card. This item is a pre-order expected to ship late April. $30

Originally titled FEBRUARY, Osgood Perkins’ debut film was a festival hit in 2015 and has now been picked up for wider distribution by A24 under a new title, THE BLACKCOAT'S DAUGHTER. The film is a bleakly desolate slow burn, harkening back to such classics as ROSEMARY'S BABY & LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH with its brooding atmosphere and emphasis on perpetual unease and dread rather than jump scares. It’s a remarkable debut, signaling the arrival of a real talent.

The soundtrack was written by Elvis Perkins (Osgood’s younger brother, who released the critically acclaimed albums ASH WEDNESDAY & DEARLAND). Here he has created a dark eerie masterpiece that fuses classic 1970s horror soundtrack tropes with his traditional folk roots and jazz infused inflections of Angelo Badalamenti. Forgoing synth work for traditional instruments and an experimental atonal vibe, its beguiling, otherworldly, and not of its time, which is exactly why it sounds so vital right now. This soundtrack is a rare beast indeed, uninterested in instant gratification and providing an easy one shot listen; this is a score to be savoured and poured over many times.

The soundtrack is also available on Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify & all good streaming platforms. Listen here.

Watch the film's trailer here. Follow @BlackcoatsMovie on Twitter for showtimes in your city.

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