Strange things happen on the Internet late at night. Often times the things I discover are not meant to be seen and quite frankly they can never be unseen. However, one night I would up on a little blog called Planet Pulp. What is Planet Pulp exactly?
We are an Intergalactic Online gallery on a mission to orbit a pulp-culture theme every 30 days. Here you will discover a collection of talented rogues bound together by sheer awesomeness, illustrating and designing monthly themes as we celebrate our shared love of Pulp Culture!
For the month of June they are celebrating the 1980s action hero; and they are touching on everyone from Robocop to Aliens’ Ellen Ripley. They contributions come from all over from very talented artists and illustrators. What caught my eye was some of the truly fantastic art inspired by John Carpenter’s films like Big Trouble in Little China, They Live, and Escape from New York.
As a gigantic fan of Big Trouble in Little China, I’m absolutely gushing over the first piece from artist Dave Stokes. It keys in on one of my favorite scenes from the movie. If at this point you haven’t added Planet Pulp to your blogroll you better get on it you aren’t going to want to miss what they have in store for July.