The below was sent in by artist William Valle:
I noticed that IDW finally came announced the Turtle/Ghostbusters cross over. I had actually done a rendition of a cover a while back. I thought now would be a good time to submit it to you guys for the fan art.
Want to check out more crossovers? Check out Will’s website.
Need a retro flashback? Check out artist Phil Postma’s take on these classic Real Ghostbusters action figures from the “Monsters” series!
Be sure to check out more of Phil’s art by checking out his website.
With the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters upon us, a Tumblr page has went live. It’s gimmick? 100 artists. 100 drawings. 1 per hour until the 30th anniversary on June 8th.
Here’s what Patrick Fedo, the man behind the Tumblr page had to say:
So, knowing the 30th anniversary was upon us, I knew I had to do something to honor the films and the universe that as meant to much to me.
I enlisted the help of almost 100 artists from all over the world to draw a single character from all over the Ghostbusters universe – the movies, the animated series, the comics, the toys – everywhere. And so starting today at noon central time a new drawing will be posted on the hour, every hour for the next five days, leading up to the 30th anniversary of the theatrical release of Ghostbusters. Then, one week from today, the whole thing will be released as a huge collaborative picture will all 90-something drawings together, chronicling the project, and the Ghostbusters universe.
Thank you to everyone involved in this project. Creating art, getting the word out, helping me organize, all that stuff. The love and support I’ve seen for Ghostbusters over these past few months has really blown me away. And when Harold Ramis died right in the middle of the project, the outpouring of love was just amazing.
Click here to check out the blog!
Wish you could have atteneded the opening night of Gallery 1988′s Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary art show? No reason to fret, as the nerds over at Nerdvolution.com have posted the below recap video:
I’d also suggest checking out Nerdvolution.com for a full write up on the show.
Also be sure to head on over to Ghostbusters 30th for more information and upcoming art show dates.
Before Gallery 1988′s official Ghostbusters 30th art show, you can get an appetizer of some Ghostbusters inspired art in Chogrin’s latest art show extravaganza “IT CAME FROM 1984″ at Bottleneck gallery.
The show will be held in Brooklyn, New York this Friday and will feature such memorable films as Ghostbusters, Terminator, Gremlins, Nausicaa, Neverending Story, and the Karate Kid.
If you’re like us and can’t make it out (hey, we’re in Canada!), you can check out some of the art featuring Ghostbusters below:
We’d like to thank Chogrin Muñoz for sending over the above pics and wish him all the best with the exhibit.