Daniel Danger's The Jungle Book print

Earlier this Summer it was revealed that Mondo would be teaming up with ACME Archives to produce licensed prints based on the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises. Today I’m excited to tell you that Mondo has now struck a partnership with Cyclops Print Works, the company behind the amazing Disney prints from the past couple years. And we get to premiere the first collaboration exclusively:

In honor of The Jungle Book‘s Blu-Ray release on August 30th, 2016, Cyclops and Mondo have teamed up to release a print by artist Daniel Danger. We’ve featured Danger’s work many times over the years, and the atmospheric beauty has definitely made him one of our favorites. Hit the jump to see Daniel Danger’s The Jungle Book print and find out how you can get your hands on one of these bad boys.

Daniel Danger's The Jungle Book print

Cyclops Print Works x Mondo Collaboration Print #01: The Jungle Book by Daniel Danger

Size: 24”x36”
Technique: Serigraph | 9 Colors
Edition Size: TBD by the timed-sale period.
Features: Hand-Numbered
Paper: French Pop-Tone Limeade
Printed by: D&L Screenprinting
Officially Licensed by Disney.
$60

Timed-edition available from August 30th from 9 AM CST – September 2nd 12 PM CST at www.mondotees.com

Daniel Danger's The Jungle Book print

Cyclops Print Works x Mondo Collaboration Print #01V: The Jungle Book Variant Edition by Daniel Danger

Size: 24”x36”
Technique: Serigraph | 11 Colors
Edition Size: Limited-Edition of 225
Features: Hand-Numbered | Authenticity Seal
Paper: French Pop-Tone Blu Raspberry
Printed by: D&L Screenprinting
Officially Licensed by Disney.

Limited-Edition available on Tuesday, August 30th at 9 AM CST at www.cyclopsprintworks.com

Daniel Danger's The Jungle Book print

Cyclops Print Works has been in talks with Mondo about a collaboration project since last year, and this is the first co-release. There will be at least one more collaboration release before the year’s end, but details are being kept tightly under wraps. I’m really excited to see what these two companies can do together with the Disney license.

Daniel Danger ala put together a cool separation video where he talks about his inspirations for the poster. Watch that video now below:

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