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Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Nine – 20-11

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Nine – 20-11

Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81 and 80-71 and 70-61 and 60-51 and 50-41 and 40-31 and 30-21. As we head into the home stretch for this top 100 Mondo prints list, it’s worthwhile reminding that this is a fully subjective list of prints that I consider to be the best that Mondo has produced. Part of what’s...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Eight – 30-21

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Eight – 30-21

On this eight entry in the Top 100 Best Mondo Prints, I cover entries 30-21. Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81 and 80-71 and 70-61 and 60-51 and 50-41 and 40-31. 30. Quentin Tarantino’s caustic epic The Hateful Eight is a film that documents the foundations of America on one cold, stormy night. Racism, hat...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Seven – 40-31

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Seven – 40-31

Welcome to the seventh entry in this ten part Top 100 Mondo Prints. Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81 and 80-71 and 70-61 and 60-51 and 50-41. 40. Mike Saputo’s Pet Sematary print is a genuinely fascinating print to behold. At first glance you think it’s just a really pissed off cat staring at a guy diggin...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Six – 50-41

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Six – 50-41

Welcome to the sixth entry in this ten part Top 100 Mondo Prints. Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81 and 80-71 and 70-61 and 60-51. 50. The climactic scenes of Steven Spielberg’s best film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, play out like a grand opera in the sky with the lights of the many UFO’s dancing t...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Five – 60-51

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Five – 60-51

Welcome to the fifth entry in this ten part Top 100 Mondo Prints. Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81 and 80-71 and 70-61. 60. The third entry in the Nightmare on Elm Street series is one of the more creative entries. It places the lead character Kristen in a psychiatric hospital after fears that she’s suici...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Four – 70-61

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Four – 70-61

Welcome to the fourth entry in this ten part Top 100 Mondo Prints. Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81 and 80-71. 70. The HBO TV Series Westworld has brought a haunting world of science fiction to life in all its multi-million dollar glory, but for many, Michael Crichton’s original film remains the holy grai...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Three – 80-71

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Three – 80-71

Welcome to the third entry in this ten part Top 100 Mondo Prints. Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81. 80. Francesco Francavilla’s thick, black lines and retro inspired work is often applied to comic book stories or prints. His work with Marvel, Dark Horse Comics and DC Comics is truly a sight to see, and wh...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Two – 90-81

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part Two – 90-81

Welcome to part two of my Mondo top 100 prints list. This one covers entries 90-81. For the first entries 100-91, click right here. 90. Rich Kelly’s early work presented characters in skewed, zany poses. Take a look at the warped Chewbacca in his early Star Wars print, or the sketched Bottle Rocket characters. As he’s progressed as an art...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part One – 100-91

Top 100 Mondo Prints – Part One – 100-91

First things first, I know launching a top 100 Mondo screenprints list right as the CEO of the Alamo Drafthouse is in the midst of an industry wide sexual harassment scandal, is problematic. I’ll point you in the direction of my piece about the problems with Tim League and Devin Faraci right here for further information. With that i...[Read More]

Accountability at the Alamo Drafthouse: Devin Faraci, Tim League and the Issue with Problematic Icons

Accountability at the Alamo Drafthouse: Devin Faraci, Tim League and the Issue with Problematic Icons

In the lead up to The Art of Mondo book being released, I had written up a list covering my top 100 Mondo screen prints. Ranging all the way back to 2006 through to just a few months ago, the list covered the deep and varied array of works that the many, many artists under the Mondo banner had created. I’ve been a screen print collector f...[Read More]