See Mark Englert’s CHRONICLE Poster and More Art from “Made for Moore” Charity Event to Benefit Moore, Oklahoma Tornado Victims

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Yesterday we ran a story about the charity event Made for Moore and how they were auctioning off some amazing pieces of art for the victims of the devastating tornado that ravaged Moore, Oklahoma in May.  Legendary poster artist, Drew Struzan, amazingly donated 10 rare artist proofs and he wasn’t the only one.  A laundry list of some extremely talented artists have also joined the cause.  Mark Englert, in conjunction with Made for Moore, is releasing a brand new timed edition print for the movie Chronicle.  Check out all the info after the jump.

Check Out 45 Pictures From Mark Englert’s GALLERY1988 Show Focused on Stanley Kubrick

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Last night artist Mark Englert had his first solo show at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles and some people (including myself) lined up almost 26 hours in advance to make sure they got first crack at the available prints and OGs.  In the first of an annual series focused on a director, Englert tackled Stanley Kubrick, and the response was overwhelming.  Check out pictures of all the art from the show and more about the opening after the jump.

Over 100 Images From the iam8bit Entertainment System Gallery Show; Features New Work From 80 Artists Including Mark Englert and Olly Moss

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Do you like video games?  What about cool art?  If you answered “yes” to either question and live in Los Angeles, I know what you should be doing tonight.  iam8bit is opening their newest gallery show, and it’s a videogame-themed art extravaganza featuring the work of a variety of returning and first-time artists inspired by classic 1980’s videogames.

Last night iam8bit held a small preview, and I stopped by as the doors were closing to take pictures of everything on display.  As you’ll see after the jump, the show is loaded with some great stuff from 80 artists like Mark Englert, Olly Moss, Aled Lewis, DKNG, JC Richard, Phantom City Creative, We Buy Your Kids and many, many more.

Limited Paper Exclusive: New Artwork from Mark Englert and Steve Courtney for iam8bit’s Latest Video Game-Themed Showcase

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If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a billion times: there simply isn’t enough video game-themed artwork to go around these days.  Perhaps a day will come when a Martin Ansin Bioshock, a Tyler Stout Fallout: New Vegas, and an Olly Moss Silent Hill will hang on Limited Paper’s walls, but until that day we will continue beating this very particular drum.

Luckily, Limited Paper isn’t alone in this battle: the good folks at iam8bit are fighting the good fight along with us, and next Friday they’re going to debut an all-new showcase of video game-themed pieces…and they’ve lined up guys like Olly Moss, Mark Englert, JC Richards, Aled Lewis, and Steve Courtney.  Wanna see a couple of exclusive reveals?  Meet me after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper Exclusive: Wanna Know How To Get The Variant Edition of Mark Englert’s STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS Poster?

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Judging from the amount of money J.J. AbramsStar Trek Into Darkness earned this weekend, it seems fair to say that audiences everywhere are still very much onboard with the director’s lens-flare-tastic interpretation of Gene Rodenberry’s iconic sci-fi series.  But y’know who’s really onboard with Star Trek right now?  Mark Englert fans.  Turned out that Paramount hired the increasingly-popular artist to create a Trek-themed poster to celebrate the film’s release, and then they handed ‘em out—free of charge– during last Wednesday’s first round of IMAX screenings.

Awesome for those in attendance, sure, but what about those that missed out?  Well, Limited Paper comes bearing good news:  Paramount and Englert have another surprise for you.  Set phasers to “Info Dump” and meet me after the jump, where I’ll tell you what that surprise is, where and when it’s going to drop, what it looks like, and what you’re gonna have to do to get your hands on one.

Limited Paper Exclusive: Bottleneck Gallery Celebrates THE OFFICE’s Series Finale With New Mark Englert Poster

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Tomorrow marks the end of an era:  NBC’s The Office is coming to a close after nearly a decade on the air. While the show’s definitely had its highs and lows over the years (particularly since original “World’s Best Boss” Steve Carell left at the end of season seven), anyone who’s stuck with the series for this long is surely hoping to see things wrap up in a satisfying way.  The big question is, what will leave most fans satisfied?

For many, only the return of Carell’s Michael Scott–along with love interest Holly, played by Amy Ryan—will suffice.  NBC’s still playing coy as to whether or not they’ll appear… but thanks to Mark Englert and the folks at Bottleneck Gallery, fans will have a chance to glimpse Michael and Holly one last time tomorrow even if NBC totally screws the pooch on their cameo.  Meet me after the jump for the details, folks.

Limited Paper: Bottleneck Gallery Follows Up I LOVE YOU MAN With New Prints From Marko Manev, Mark Englert

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Last week, we told you about the latest show unfolding at NYC’s Bottleneck Gallery, I Love You Man, and just days later we’re back with more good news:  the Bottleneck crew will be dropping three more new prints this week, all of which are the work of two of Limited Paper’s favorite artists, Marko Manev and Mark “Englerto” Englert.  Take a look at Manev’s prints—and find out when all three go on sale—after the jump, folks.


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Star Trek Into Darkness opens in 2D and 3D on May 17th, but if you can’t wait to see the flick and are willing to pay the cost of an IMAX 3D ticket, you can see the movie as early as May 15th at 8pm.  Fans attending the May 15th, 8pm IMAX 3D screenings will get a free Gallery 1988 poster by Mark Englert.  His work is highly popular in the poster collecting community, and this is a nice looking piece especially for the low, low price of free.

Hit the jump to check out the poster.  The film stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin, John Cho, Alice Eve, and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Limited Paper: Mark Englert Auctioning a Pair of Extremely Rare ALIENS-Themed Prints For Boston Red Cross and

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For some time now, rumors have been circulating about an extremely rare Aliens-themed poster being worked on by Mark Englert.  These rumors were ignited when the artist posted some process shots of the piece to his personal blog a few months ago, at which time he also revealed that Close Your Eyes, Baby was…a commission piece.  In other words, Mark Englert’s latest wouldn’t be finding its way to a wide release.  Fans were bummed…but rumors persisted that there might be some hope yet.

As it turns out, there is a bit of hope if you’re interested in obtaining one of Englert’s Aliens-themed prints…but you’ll have to act quick if you’re interested in picking one up.  Read all about it after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper Exclusive: Mark Englert Holds Onto The (Glow-in-The-Dark) Throne With a Stunning New GAME OF THRONES Poster

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On April 12th, NYC’s Bottleneck Gallery will open When The Lights Go Out, a sprawling showcase featuring nothing but GID (Glow-in-The-Dark)-enhanced artwork.  It’s a great concept for a show (just imagine an entire gallery’s worth of new posters lit solely with blacklights), and from the beginning we knew that Bottleneck Gallery would amass a giant roster of talented artists to pull it off…but for our money, the whole thing wouldn’t have felt complete without the involvement of Mark Englert.

And—well, whatta ya know—it turns out that Mark Englert’s contribution to When The Lights Go Out is even more impressive in its use of GID than we expected it to be.  It may, in fact, be his best GID piece to date.  See it for yourselves after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper Exclusive: Mark Englert’s NEVERENDING STORY Print “The Ancient One” Goes on Sale Tomorrow

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If you’ve been following the happenings in Mark Englert’s neck of the woods over the past week or two, you know that the artist behind 2012’s best Walking Dead and Gallery 1988’s Django Unchained poster has been a busy dude lately:  for one thing, he’s wrapping up work on that yet-to-be-revealed Aliens commission;  he just finished a timed release built around his Jurassic Park-themed It’s a Dinosaur poster; and he’s been doing whatever he can to rebuild a home that was destroyed by flood waters over the holidays.  That’s a full dance card, and it would come as no surprise if Englert announced that he’d be busy fulfilling these obligations over the next few months rather than releasing anything new.

What would be a surprise, however:  a brand-new release that’s going on sale tomorrow morning.  One based on, say, the 80’s fantasy/classic The Neverending Story.  Why, that’d be preposterous.  Read more about it after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper: Mark Englert’s IT’S A DINOSAUR Drops Today, Available for 24 Hours

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From time to time, the Poster Gods will look fondly upon the dirty unwashed masses.  “We should do something nice for these hopelessly addicted fools”, the Gods say, and after much brainstorming about what that nice thing should be, they will just shrug their shoulders and say, “Eh, just let everyone get a poster this time”.  This is what’s known as an “open” (or “timed”) edition, and it only happens once in a while with artists or galleries that you’d actually get excited about.

Well, guess what, kids?  The Gods have smiled upon you again, and this time they’re doing it by combining three of your favorite things:  Jurassic Park, artist Mark Englert , and individually-sketched posters.  Wanna know more?  Sure ya do.  Meet me after the jump.

Limited Paper: Galery1988′s Oscars-Themed Art Show Involves Hundreds of Free Posters, New Work From Olly Moss, Mark Englert, More

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All week long, rumors have circulated about a “top-secret” event taking place in Los Angeles next weekend.  We mentioned that an announcement was forthcoming back on Monday or Tuesday, and in the time since…well, lemme tell ya:  you wouldn’t believe some of the crazy theories and rumors people emailed in to Limited Paper HQ.  We heard “it’s a Banksy show”, that “it’s definitely a Hanksy show”, that it was an all-Olly-Moss joint, that an entire crew of artists were involved and that they’d all been forced to sign contracts preventing them from revealing anything about this mystery event prior to the official announcement.  Somewhere in the middle of all that, Gallery1988’s Twitter feed promised that whatever was being planned would be a “game-changer”.  What’s the truth?  Find out after the jump.

The Academy and Gallery1988 Present Posters by Various Artists for the Best Picture Oscar Nominees

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Last week, BAFTA premiered special posters for their Best Picture nominees.  Today, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences had followed suit by teaming up with Gallery1988 and various artists to create posters for this year’s Best Picture Oscar nominees.  There are some impressive posters, and I’m curious to see if they’re going to go on sale at some point.  The Academy’s website lists the dimensions and type of production (screen print), which leads me to believe that these might be available for purchase some day.  I’m sure there are plenty of readers who would love to get their hands on Mark Englert‘s print for Django Unchained. [Update: Gallery1988 has tweeted the following: "G1988 x The Academy. Official. 2/14 - 2/17. More soon." so it looks like you should get your wallets ready, and keep an eye on their official website.]

Hit the jump to check out the posters.  The Academy Awards will be held on February 24th at 7pm EST on ABC.

Limited Paper: A Preview of Bottleneck Gallery’s GIZMOS AND GADGETS Show Featuring New Artwork from Godmachine, Cuyler Smith, and Dave Perillo

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Yes, gallery shows are still coming fast and furious in 2013, and this week brings us another new one:  Bottleneck Gallery’s Gizmos and Gadgets opens this Friday, and—from the looks of the preview images sent over by our buddy Joe at the Gallery’s NYC location—it looks to be just as impressive as the work we saw from that Gallery throughout 2012.  Wanna see some amazing new artwork from Godmachine, Cuyler Smith, and Dave Perillo?  Find out when you can plan on getting a crack at purchasing some of this stuff online?  Meet me after the jump, folks.

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