Planet-Pulp Puts on the Raddest ‘Indiana Jones’ Art Show Ever

Our friends over at PLANET-PULP have just wrapped up another month long art celebration, this time in homage to the epic Indiana Jones trilogy (let’s consider Crystal Skull a work of fan fiction, shall we?). The collection of work, which comprises the group’s online gallery showcase, ranges from lifelike pencil work to cartoonish parody covering all three of Indy’s epic adventures.

I thought I would share a few of my favorite selections, with special consideration to Mark McHaley and Mark Raat’s phenomenally impressive contributions. For a look at the entire show or learn more about the group, be sure to pay a visit to Planet-Pulp’s intergalactic space station.

Artwork by Mark Raats

Artwork by Mark Raats

Artwork by Brett Parson

Artwork by Brett Parson

Artwork by Sam Gilbey

Artwork by Sam Gilbey

Artwork by Matt Kaufenberg

Artwork by Matt Kaufenberg

Artwork by Mark McHaley

Artwork by Mark McHaley

Artwork by Mark McHaley

Artwork by Mark McHaley

Artwork by Andrew Kolb

Artwork by Andrew Kolb

Rondal Scott III is an illustrator and graphic designer who tackles each day with Red Bull-induced enthusiasm and is a self-professed Twitter addict. He’s illustrated several independent children’s books and in 2009 his obsession with horror movies and pop culture inspired him to establish the Strange Kids Club, a virtual clubhouse for geeky, pop culture nostalgia.

 

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