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'The Wizard of Oz,' 'Aliens' & More Get the Mondo Artwork Treatment

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March 12, 2014
Source: The Verge

Mondo Gallery: Kevin Tong & Martin Ansin

After last week's spectacular Disney artwork was unveiled from Mondo after the collectible arthouse opened a new gallery during South by Southwest, a couple of their regular artists have teamed up for a special Mondo Gallery show with a focus on sci-fi, fantasy and a little bit of horror. Kevin Tong and Martin Ansin have joined forces for this latest show which features pieces commemorating films like The Wizard of Oz, Flash Gordon, Psycho and the intertwined sci-fi films Alien, the sequel Aliens, and the prequel Prometheus. They are all gorgeous, and they're just a taste of what's to come. See the art below!

Here's art Kevin Tong and Martin Ansin's Mondo Gallery show from The Verge (via SlashFilm):

Martin Ansin & Kevin Tong's Mondo Gallery

Martin Ansin & Kevin Tong's Mondo Gallery

Martin Ansin & Kevin Tong's Mondo Gallery

Martin Ansin & Kevin Tong's Mondo Gallery

Martin Ansin & Kevin Tong's Mondo Gallery

Martin Ansin & Kevin Tong's Mondo Gallery

That Wizard of Oz piece is just perfect, and the Psycho poster is brilliant as well. You can also see the variants of the above posters, including a larger version of that Flash Gordon double poster at SlashFilm. These pieces and more will first be on sale at the Mondo Gallery at 4115 Guadalupe St. in Austin, TX. The show opens up on March 14th at 7 pm and will remain on display through April 12th. Stay tuned to @MondoNews to see if any of their pieces will be on sale through their website. Pretty great stuff, right?

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  • DAVIDPD
    The PSYCHO one is powerful.
  • Chuckee Knowlton
    Sorry to say, but these are all just plain awful.
  • SkyNet300
    Love the alien posters. Very cool
  • Gex
    Prometheus doesn't deserve a good poster. The Alien one is kinda disturbing, considering the lower-middle of it has something that looks like a vagina. Probably intentional considering some of the intricate symbolism of the Alien film.

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