by Brock H on October 18, 2013Invisible Cinema / Wurm Gallery and Skuzzles are proud to present Skuzzles: The Halloween Cult Film Poster Show, October 25th - November 10th, 2013.Skuzzles first ever gallery exhibit will open on Friday October 25th at 8PM at Invisible Cinema's Wurm Gallery, 319 Lisgar St., Ottawa, ON. Join us on...
by Skuzzles Updates on September 18, 2013
Troma fans can finally relax, we're back at it with a brand new limited edition screen print poster. This time around we teamed up with artist Tom Whalen (strongstuff) on our first poster based off a cult classic cartoon. If you haven't guessed it yet, we're happy to announce The Toxic Crusaders by Tom Whalen.
We couldn't be happier to have Tom Whalen illustrate our Toxic Crusaders poster. Tom is a seasoned artist that is known for his unique illustration style that can be seen on many of the posters he's created. Some examples include Toy Story, Dumbo, Peanuts, The Beatles, Star Wars, Looney Tunes, Roger Rabbit, Transformers, and the list goes on. Tom decided to give the superheros of Tromaville a fresh look with his signature style. We feel that a combination of both Tom's style and a low run of 100 regulars and 50 variants, our Toxic Avengers poster will offer fans an exclusive collectible. We really hope you love it as much as we do.
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by Brock H on July 21, 2013
We are really excited to be announcing our latest addition to the Skuzzles poster family. We reached out to another of our fellow axe-wielding, plaid covered, maple syrup chugging Canadian, James White of Signal Noise, to create an officially licensed limited edition screen print for the 1983 cult classic War Games. This Academy Award nominated hit starring Matthew Broderick, was one of the first movies to expose "hacker culture" on the big screen and featured the use of the IMSAI 8080 microcomputer and a 212A (Cermetek) modem. It was no surprise that James’ artwork completely nailed the feel of the movie combining the digital tech, military and character aspects of the film. When James presented us the idea of his variant to compliment his incredible stylish regular we were completely on board. The end result of the variant gives the perception you are looking at a monochrome CRT computer monitor aka “Green Screen”.
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by Brock H on May 05, 2013
Today we are adding a brand new poster to the Skuzzles collection. An officially licensed limited edition screenprint poster for the film that was the first in the extremely popular Stargate franchise, Stargate (1994 MGM). For this limited edition screenprint poster release we teamed up with seasoned screenprint poster artist Todd Slater. If you're not familiar with Todd Slater and you're a collector of limited edition screenprinted posters, then it's time to do your homework. Todd has been tearing up the poster world for over a decade now, and has contributed hundreds of posters for music events, bands/musicians, movies and other various events over the years. Most recently Todd has created posters paying tribute to Fleetwood Mac, Mumford and Sons, Robocop, Star Trek, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Jack White, The Black Keys... need we say more! To see all of Todd's work, you can checkout his site www.toddslater.net.
Here's some background on the poster straight from Todd Slater himself
"I was 15 when Stargate was released in theaters in 1994 and I was immediately struck by it's epic scale and grand atmosphere. The character of Ra, the Egyptian solar deity, is the one that has really stayed with me all these years. I wanted to give Colonel Jack O'Neil and Dr. Daniel Jackson a glimpse of what awaited them at the other end of the wormhole. The two characters view their journey in different ways. Dr. Jackson's journey is filled with childlike wonder seeing something magnificent and awe inspiring while Colonel O'Neil bears an atomic bomb capable of producing cataclysmic results. We learn later in the film that the character of Ra is an alien life form who possessed the body of a young boy. I wanted to touch on this and add some tension to the image by showing his glowing blue eyes. The print is 8 colors and features 4 varieties of metallic gold and copper inks. There is also a hidden star chart in the background printed in a shiny black varnish. I hope that the image brings something new to the franchise and that you all enjoy it!"
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by Skuzzles Updates on February 14, 2013
Here are some detailed shots of The Amityville Horror silk screened poster by Jay Shaw coming out Friday February 15th, at 12:00PM Eastern Time. DL Screenprinting did an absolutely bang up job on printing this run of posters, the wood edition and glows are really amazing in person, you wont be disappointed!
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by Chris Martin on February 13, 2013
For our latest limited edition silk screened movie poster we wanted to do a little something special for valentines day and commemorate two of our favorite lovers, George and Kathy Lutz. Actually to be honest, Valentines Day ended up falling on the same week of our poster drop, so we're just going with this story. Skuzzles' poster release this week is for one our favorite supernatural films The Amityville Horror, featuring artwork by Jay Shaw.
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by Skuzzles Updates on January 24, 2013
Here are some closeup photos of our Killer Klowns from Outer Space 25th Anniversary Poster by Jason Edmiston. These posters will be on sale Friday January 25th @ 12:00 PM Eastern Time on our homepage.
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