Tyler Stout's Drive

Posted by Grey Thursday, March 7, 2013

The one and only Tyler Stout takes on Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive to deliver that 80s-synth-score adrenalin shot to the senses. 



Being fans of awesome alternate visions of established licensed properties of pop culture here at The Daily Zombies, we have chronicled the works of Tyler Stout on a regular enough basis to call the artist one of our favourite here. With the upcoming "Stout & Taylor" show (featuring obviously the works of both Stout and Ken Taylor) set to open at the Mondo Gallery on March 15, a new work of Stout set to be available during the show has just shown up online.

Without further ado, hit the jump for that 80s-synth-score adrenalin shot to the senses delivered by the one and only Tyler Stout.

Drive by Tyler Stout


Also serving as the cover of the Mondo Vinyl Drive soundtrack, the LP is set to be available at Mondo Gallery during the show and will be on sale through their website from March 22. For those looking out for collector's items, it was said that while the 2xLP set with gatefold sleeve is on black vinyl, random copies on hot pink vinyl will also be out there as well.

Here's a look at the vinyl cover.



The "Stout & Taylor" show is set to run from March 15 till April 6 at the Austin Mondo Gallery.




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