Mondo Announces "Nothing's Impossible" Show in March

Well, there was some big news dropped yesterday. During SXSW, Mondo will be having a Disney-themed gallery show named "Nothing's Impossible."  First, if you're not excited by the prospect of a bunch of Disney prints, please just take a look at that artist list: Horkey, Ansin, Eng, Mitchell and Taylor, just to name a few.

 What's also interesting about this show is that we're not exactly what it will cover. Will Pixar be included? Will it just be Disney cartoons? There are a lot of possibilities, and with this roster of artists you can't really go wrong with any of them.  And if Ken Taylor's piece is any indication, we're in for a treat. Even if you're not a fan of Alice in Wonderland, Taylor's piece is stunning. It's filled with an array of colors and is a significant departure from his recent Mondo work.  In short, it's incredibly impressive.

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Ken Taylor's Alice in Wonderland - Edition of 490[/caption]

Lucky for us, Taylor's piece will not be the only work we see before the show, as Mondo announced that they will release new artwork every week leading up to the show's debut on March 7th.

Now, if this wasn't enough, there apparently will be a second gallery show the week following this one. Yes, a SECOND show. What that show will consist of is completely unknown. However, our money is on a solo show of some kind. Let the speculation begin now!

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