Check Out Travis Falligant’s Epic Breakfast Club/NeverEnding Story Mash-Up!

It’s no big secret that we have quite a bit of fondness for the artwork of Travis Falligant whether on this site or on the Saturday Frights Podcast spot over on Facebook, the talented artist has always been kind enough to let us share his artwork.

Image courtesy of Travis Falligant.

Image courtesy of Travis Falligant.

The other day though he uploaded a new illustration to his own Facebook Page, a mixing of two fantastic 80’s films. The Breakfast Club and The NeverEnding story…both are classic movies to be sure. But when take John Bender’s (Judd Nelson) iconic victory pose…

Judd Nelson - John Bender - The Breakfast Club

…and marry it to the majesty of Falkor…

Falkor - The NeverEnding Story

…why you can see how Travis just might have created a work of art that begs to be turned into an epic poster, right?

Image Courtesy of Travis Falligant.

Image Courtesy of Travis Falligant.

I don’t believe that is in the works just yet but I can tell you that Travis is right at this very second selling his Golden Girls enamel pins over on his Official Store Page, for a mere $10 you can show your love of your favorite character from the classic TV series.

Image courtesy of Travis Falligant.

Image courtesy of Travis Falligant.

So please follow some of those links provided up top to check out more of Travis’ beautiful retro artwork and nab some of those Golden Girls pins for yourself!

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One Hit Wonder: The Breakfast Club

So back in February 1985 a movie titled “The Breakfast Club” was released featuring the hit song “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” by Simple Minds. In 1987 a song titled “Right on Track” by the band The Breakfast Club was released. Confused?

A little known fact about The Breakfast Club is Madonna was the drummer for the band in the early 1980s. The band was also nominated for Best New Artist at the 1988 Grammy Awards.

The Breakfast Club Musical

breakfast club musical

Anyone who lives in or near Chicago, loves John Hughes films and thinks they might work better as musicals should point their GPS units to the Studio Be Performance Space at the corner of Barry and Sheffield. Why you ask? Because starting this Thursday and running every Thursday till April 29, 2010, you can catch, The Breakfast Club Musical. Over three years in the making this adaptation of John Hughes’ classic film is full of all original songs and dance numbers that will make you feel as good as the original movie, and give you a whole new look at a classic. This is a heartfelt hommage to one of the greatest movies of our generation, it is NOT a parody.

All original songs are written by Jason Geis, and composed by Jessica A. Hunt. Script is adapted by Jason Geis. Directed by Jason Geis and Scott Hogan. Music Direction by Jessica A. Hunt. Choreography by Cassie Speerschneider.

For more info check out The Breakfast Club Musical page and for tickets visit Brown Paper Tickets.