Media's everywhere these days, from your morning radio alarm clock, to your evening TV dinners, despite them being barely filling enough after the invention of flatscreens. For an art outfit embracing the noise: Media Graffiti Studio
Straight outta the OC, MGS slings pop "art for the man cave" in the form of awesomely colorful prints (ranging from 5"x7" to 24"x 36"), representing virtually every type of media "filtered through a prismatic funnel of bombastic zen", which you were known for taking from the second story window at Buddha Theta Pi. Pictures of moving pictures include a scowling Clint Eastwood firing his dirty Magnum, a black-on-red Steve McQueen in his iconic Bullitt lean, and a splatter-backed De Niro staring down the sights of a pistol and looking so crazy, your intimidated guests' speech'll be as incomprehensible as that of an actual taxi driver. Lest said badassness be contaminated by dorkiness, there's a whole separate category for "Star Wars fan art", with Boba Fett looking like he just badly lost a paintball match, a black and white Darth Vader emerging from a Rorschach-like splotch, and a selection of X-Wing works like the swooping laser-blasting "Wing Man" -- ironic, as on most nights that's someone you'd prefer not use the force
For non-cinephiles, they've also got icons of rock, "automobilia", dog art, and portraiture of historical figures like Edgar Allen Poe and Abraham Lincoln, whose skinniness is explained by his day's lack of dinner theater.