Mondo, purveyors of some of the greatest geek culture related art on the planet, have been focusing a lot lately in the area of infographic art. For those few out there unfamiliar with the term, an infographic is a visual representation of data or knowledge, meant to convey that information quickly and easily. Often it’s just used for boring PowerPoint presentations at your office meeting, but lately, many pop culture-influenced illustrators have taken the infographic idea and turned them into genuine artistic works.
Recently, Mondo had an infographic inspired art show, which ran from June 24 to the July 9, which showcased stunning pieces by artists Kevin Tong, Tom Whalen, and Matt Taylor. The art in this show featured stats and details on properties like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Back to the Future, Star Wars, and the Avengers, all done as remarkable art pieces, any one worthy of framing and displaying in your home or office.
On July 12, at a randomly selected time, Mondo is releasing the 2nd round of posters for sale that were featured in their Info•Rama gallery show online. This set includes Batman’s Utility Beltpiece by Kevin Tong, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle posters (each inspired by different TMNT eras) by Tom Whalen, and Matt Taylor’s incredible Avengers print. You can find out more about the Mondo Info•Rama gallery show here. The Posters will go on sale at a random time on 7/12 a tmondotees.com.
Kevin Tong’s Batman inspired Utility Belt will come in a 36″x24″ screen print, in an edition of just 275, selling for $45. The TMNT pieces will come each in a 12″x36″ screen print, also in a very limited dition of 275, available for $40. Finally, The Avengers by Matt Taylor will come in a 24″x36″ screen print, in an equally limited edition of 325, which will retail for $45. Be sure to follow Mondo on Twitter for the on sale announcement. And for a preview of each of the pieces going on sale, make sure to check out our gallery below.
Which one of these amazing prints do you have to get your paws on the most? be sure to let us know in the comments.
Images: Kevin Tong, Tom Whalen, and Matt Taylor via Mondo