When Mondo announced that they’d be doing Director’s Series posters, beginning with Guillermo del Toro, the one title on the list that really stood out was Pan’s Labyrinth. What would a limited edition poster for this classic film look like? Finally, we have the answer. /Film is proud to exclusively present your first official look at Aaron Horkey‘s Pan’s Labyrinth poster, presented as part of Mondo’s Director’s Series and the Alamo Drafthouse’s Big Screen Classics series. The print made its debut at screening of Pan’s Tuesday night in Austin and all copies allocated for that show completely sold out. And though the film screens again tonight, all remaining posters will go on sale Friday April 22. Check out the huge images of both the 37.5″X 15″ regular and variant prints after the break. Read More »
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Continuing their Universal Monsters series that began last year with Bride of Frankenstein and The Wolf Man, Mondo‘s 2011 poster slate begins with the most famous monster of them all: Dracula. Timed with the 80 (!) year anniversary of Tod Browning‘s 1931 film starring Bela Lugosi, Mondo has commissioned Vania Zouravliov and Aaron Horkey to collaborate on two beautiful posters. Both editions go on sale at a random time Wednesday January 12 by following @MondoNews. Check out the full images and specs after the jump. Read More »
True Grit, the latest film by The Coen Brothers, hits theaters tomorrow and to celebrate the release, Mondo is dropping a brand new print. This eye-catching True Grit poster by Aaron Horkey measures a huge 39 x 15 inches and incorporates not only all the credits, but the all important rattlesnake too. There’s the regular gold print, which is limited to only 400 copies and costs $60, and then the silver variant, which is limited to 110 and costs $120. They’ll go on sale at some point Wednesday December 22. Follow @MondoNews on Twitter for the announcement. After the jump, check out the high resolution versions of each print. Read More »
Holy beautiful. It doesn’t take much to hook me on a poster that represents Jim Jarmusch‘s Dead Man, one of my very favorite films. But to make a poster this elaborate for a film so austere takes some guts, and the design is so over the top that I can’t help loving it. I’ve seen some of artist Aaron Horkey‘s work before, but in compsition, color and the letterpress accents, this one goes far beyond the other work I’ve noticed.
The image was created to celebrate the presentation of Dead Man at the Alamo Drafthouse earlier this month and will be for sale at Dead Arts Publishing. 175 have been printed and the 7″x16.5″ prints, giclee with letterpress accents, don’t come cheap: for a rather small poster they run a whopping $145. If that isn’t too rich for you (or if you’re just a Jim Jarmusch fan who has much more disposable income than I do) keep an eye on Dead Arts today, as the posters go on sale at 2pm PST. At that price they may not go fast, but one never knows. Read More »