Gallerie 1988 is doing an official Edgar Wright Art Show. This is one of the pieces that will be presented. It’s awesome. Enjoy spotting characters from Spaced, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End, as well as Scott Pilgrim and his friends. I want this thing on my wall… The artist who did this great piece goes by the moniker “100% soft”. Great job, sir!

The Alamo Drafthouse are opening a new cinema on Slaughter Lane, in Austin, Tx.

They decided to invite Mister Edgar Wright to the event and open their doors for the first time to the ringing of a Wright triple feature event and they made this poster for it.

People in Austin, Texas, are a lucky bunch, is the jist of it.

Mark Welser does an amazing Scott Pilgrim vs The World poster. Edgar Wright shares it on his blog. I use my re-posting superpowers for the benefit of all of humankind!
So, yeah, that’s how that happened.
Cool poster. Want one.

Mark Welser does an amazing Scott Pilgrim vs The World poster. Edgar Wright shares it on his blog. I use my re-posting superpowers for the benefit of all of humankind!

So, yeah, that’s how that happened.

Cool poster. Want one.

Bryan Lee O’Malley reinterprets the cover to Scott Pilgrim Vs The World (volume 2 in the series). As with every new drawing from the man, ever, I dutifully re-post.

New-York Times writes a piece on Mondo-Tees!

You can read a great little article on Mondo, a fantastic company affiliated with the Alamo Drafthouse (the greatest cinema in the world) who’s main purpose is making original alternative posters for various movies shown at the Alamo, can be read HERE.

I am the very proud owner of three Mondo posters:

Edgar Wright’s (Nega) Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, by Martin Ansin

Richard Donner’s The Goonies, by Drew Millward

George Romero’s Survival Of The Dead, by Charlie Adlard

Yes, btw, this is totally me showing off. Still, the N-Y Times article is cool, read it.