Posted by specialK October 25, 2012

Joseph Chiang (aka JoE) is the man behind the "one man sweatshop" that is Monster Gallery. JoE's art & illustration is heavily influenced by retro-pop-culture. A self-trained artist based in Singapore, his goal is "to bring joy to the masses through his art."

Says JoE; "Reimagining these posters are my way of paying tribute to the movies which I love. It's also a way to let you hang them on your wall so your friends know how cool you are to like these movies."  

Chiang's movie posters and other prints are available on the Monster Gallery Etsy page and Monster Gallery Blog and he has some exclusives for sale on Fab


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