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Matt Ferguson

Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Gender-Bent Ice King From Adventure Time

This great gender-swapped Ice King/Queen from Adventure Time by Kida-Takashi is pretty fabulous although a little scary. (via Fashionably Geek)


Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

Bottleneck Gallery’s Special Doctor Who Anniversary Print Sale Starts Today

Starting today (Friday, November 22) at 12:00 pm, Bottleneck Gallery is releasing a special series of Doctor Who prints by Matt Ferguson in honor of the show’s 50th anniversary celebrations. There’s one for each Doctor so you can get your favorite incarnation(s) or buy them as a set. We don’t have all the Doctors here – you’ll have to drop by the sale when it goes live to see the rest. The event ends at 11:59 pm on Sunday, November 24.


Fans Do Cool Things

Amazing Fan-Created World War Z Posters Bring the Zombie Apocalypse to (Un)Life

I’ve been less-than-pleased by the two trailers we’ve seen so far for World War Z. I understand the need to create a main character where there was none in the books (or, rather, where there were several main characters). But does there really have to be a tired old “X is the only hope to save humanity! And he gets separated from his family and has to find them!” plotline? I don’t give a hoot about Brad Pitt‘s character. I want to see the zombie apocalypse!

Ahem. Apologies. What I meant to get at with that mini-rant is that, even if the movie’s awful (which it might not be), fans can always be relied upon to create awesome things related to books they love. Several of those awesome things can be seen behind the cut courtesy of the BLURPPY Artists Project, which invited eight artists to create World War Z posters.


It Belongs in a Museum!

Minimalist and Not-So-Minimalist Poster Designs for Marvel, DC, Ghostbusters, Jurassic Park, and More

Matt Ferguson‘s poster designs please me. And apparently they please Marvel too, since they’ve been known to use his art for their Blu-ray releases. I hope they please you, too. They’re pretty cool. I think the Jurassic Park poster is my favorite, but that might just be my Jurassic Park bias rearing its head, Velociraptor-style. It happens.

Click on the images to see them larger. It’s worth it.