Announcement Illustrations from cult, quirky and classic TV and film. Don't be shy asking about commissions. Also check out my DadManClik and DadManCat stores too, and swing by and add me (for news and teasers) on Twitter @DadManCultArt and on Facebook at DadManCult Art.
Illustrations from cult, quirky and classic TV and film. Don't be shy asking about commissions. Also check out my DadManClik and DadManCat stores too, and swing by and add me (for news and teasers) on Twitter @DadManCultArt and on Facebook at DadManCult Art.
Another top notch Bond poster that puts the theatrical version to shame!
Such a cool poster for this Vincent Price A.I.P. classic! The text, film quote, & Hebrew symbolism make this truly unique.
Very welcome addition to my Hammer Horror collection. Great use of colors. Appreciate the X certificate too.
Live & Let Die is arguably Lee's finest Bond poster to date. Really captures the mood & atmosphere of the film rather perfectly. Love all the villains on display here along with the alligators, voodoo, & even Sheriff JW Pepper. Maybe I am biased, this is my all-time favorite Bond film. Still, this is exceptional work!
Exceptional representation of Diamonds Are Forever. Great desert motif. Love the Bond ladies here & glad that Mr. Wint & Mr. Kidd made the cut as well.
acornowl on Mar 4, 2017
Wow! Thank you very much indeed. This is an amazing and truly original piece of artwork. Superbly drawn, with great subtly muted colours. What more could anyone want. I'm delighted. Arrived within one week from the U.S. It was clear a great deal of thought and care had gone into the packaging. That’s another happy customer. -From acornowl's husband-
Aloura Saurus on Feb 23, 2017
Beautifully printed and on heavy good quality paper. This was a valentines day gift and they were very happy with it.
Photocopied Fanzines to Online Store in 20 Short, Easy Years
When I was at school, back when education was still in Black and White, and required a uniform and knowing how to use apostrophes, the words "I like Doctor Who" usually resulted in a punch. And usually that punch landed somewhere very sensitive, leaving you to think twice about mentioning any allegiance to BBC 1's top timelord again. Drafty 70s British playgrounds were a cruel and unforgiving environment.
Stubbornly though I hung on to my love for Doctor Who, but just never mentioned it, and instead pretended that I liked naff crap like Airwolf, Manimal, Automan and...well, whatever other rubbish ITV was importing from America at the time. Just when I'd mastered the art of doing reasonably passable approximations of Doctor Who paperback covers, somewhat* in the style of the late great Frank Bellamy, or Chris Achilleos, the BBC put Doctor Who on hiatus. When it came back, I was a bit better at drawing, and found myself contributing artwork to fanzines, magazines and conventions. I just never talked about it much. It still wasn't cool. Fun, but definitely not cool.
Eventually I got a proper job, doing properly long hours, doing proper design, for not not very proper money, and Doctor Who had long since been cancelled, which was handy, as I didn't have the time to watch it anyway.
Then Doctor Who came back. And lo, it was suddenly cool. Everybody liked it, and claimed they'd always liked it (which was odd as I always recalled being in a minority of one) and I started getting itchy artwork fingers. That's how I find myself here now, with a store crammed full of Doctor Who artwork. Originally I wanted a healthy balance between all manner of cult and quirky shows and film artwork, but Doctor Who seems to be the main draw, so, I try and provide for that market.
There are bursts of artwork activity, lulls too, and the store plays very much second fiddle to my career as a graphic designer. But, whenever I get a chance, I like to add a new piece here and there, whether it be Who or Hammer or Sherlock or whatever.
Do remember to check my Twitter feed, Facebook Page, and Tumblr for teasers, and news about what's coming up next for DadManCult Art.
I also run the DadManClik store which sells prints of my photography, and the DadManCat store which sells artwork that doesn't quite fit anywhere else.
*Not very much
I'm a designer, illustrator and part time geek. I draw, and scribble stuff I like, and would pin up on my own office walls. Turns out other people like what I like and what I draw too, so, that's a handy coincidence from a business point of view...
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- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Please order items in plenty of time, as I can't be held responsible for how long the Postal system will take to deliver your order. I will endeavour to dispatch within 5 working days, but I do list 1-2 weeks as a processing time, just to cover myself during busy periods, after that I'm afraid it's all down to the post man.