Posted on Wednesday, April 16th, 2008 by Peter Sciretta
We’ve written about the Alamo Drafthouse’s limited edition movie posters in the past, and I even have a couple hanging proudly on my walls. Last week Mondo Tees released the first two posters commissioned for their Spring Big Screen Sci-Fi Classics series. The King Kong and 2001: A Space Odyssey posters sold out in record time after we posted them in Cool Stuff.
The next in the series is John Carpenter’s The Thing, a poster created by Tyler Stout (who we’ve also written about in the past). A 5 color sikscreen measuring 24×36, with the red glowing in the dark! Every character infected by The Thing has RED EYES! How cool is that? Print is available for $30 on Mondotees and is limited to only 100, so act fast.
Check out the detailing in Tyler Stout’s incredible artwork in the two close-up images below. Click to enlarge.
They’re also selling a Metallic Variant of The Thing poster with metallic silver and gold, with gold eyes for the infected characters. Limited to only 30 prints and available for $75.
Todd Slater’s Planet of The Apes is sized 24×3, limited to 50 copies. The poster is available on Mondotees.
Also available in a variant printed using Copper ink, limited to only 10 copies.
They also are selling a poster for the special upcoming Terror Thursday screening of The Car. 22×32, five colors with metallic inks. They only printed 50 prints, which are selling for $30 on Mondotees.
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