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DETROIT, MI -- Artist Matt Busch is about to unveil the fourth incarnation of Hollywood-is-
Busch first made waves with his undead parodies in 2009 with Zombie Wars, a project authorized by Lucasfilm, repainting all 6 Star Wars movie posters with his decrepit vision. Media attention for the posters went as far as Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and G4TV. Since then, the outbreak expanded into an Online gallery, Hollywood-is-
For this latest series of zombified posters, Busch has returned to the roots that started it all; Star Wars. Busch explains, "When I illustrated the original set of Zombie Wars posters, I had no idea how big this was going to be, so I just picked my favorite poster images from the saga." For Star Wars- Episode 4: A New Hope, Busch chose a rare poster image that Drew Struzan illustrated for the 10th Anniversary. "A lot of collectors loved what I did, but purists have been begging for the standard one-sheet that everyone knows. Thus, the Zombie Wars: A New Epidemic alternate version has now been infected."
Also coming to light this summer is the complete Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Lord of the Rank: The Festering of the Rotten, The Tomb Towers, and Return from the Crypt). Busch also completes the previous Indiana Bones trilogy with the fourth installment based on Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Busch chimes, "The original title is already so ridiculously long, so I had a lot of fun putting a spin on that. Plus, each sequel poster develops the undead evolution of its decrepit saga."
In addition to the posters, Busch has recently struck a licensing deal with Fright-Rags to produce high quality full color shirts. Fright-
To see the current collection and learn more about the project, visit the official site: http://www.Hollywood-
To see Fright-Rags' Hollywood-is-
To see the original art at ArtInsights Animation and Film Art Gallery, visit: http://www.artinsights.com/
Interviews and high resolution images available upon request.
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Planetmatt Ent. is run by artist Matt Busch and produces illustration for A-list movies, posters, books, games, toys and more. Planetmatt has also expanded into producing movies and video which have broken records with Online viewing and DVD sales.