Sure, Mondo does posters for some of the biggest movies: Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Back to the Future and others. But the Austin-based company is at their absolute best when they make posters for smaller movies. This week, they’re back on that kick. The incomparable Ken Taylor has tackled Spike Jonze‘s Where The Wild Things Are, and Matt Taylor (no relation) tackled Rian Johnson‘s Brick. Both go on sale Thursday. Check out the images below. Read More »
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Miramax is now selling the art Ken Taylor created for the Tarantino XX DVD/Blu-ray set as a series of limited edition silkscreened prints. They have released five prints in all which span Quentin Tarantino‘s Miramax film career. Each print is silkscreened on 24 x 35 130lb acid free paper stock using archival quality inks, and is individually hand numbered edition of only 500. Check out the full size images after the jump.
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These days, it’s not a real superhero movie release without a limited edition poster by Mondo. Both Iron Man 3 and Man of Steel got them and now Thor joins the club. Mondo has recruited the incomparable Ken Taylor to posterize Thor: The Dark World, and Mike Mitchell to give Loki fans something to put on their walls. You can see the full images below. Read More »
Mondo has revealed two more prints that’ll be on sale at their booth at San Diego Comic-Con: Aliens by Ken Taylor and Predator by Ash Thorpe. Check them out below. Read More »
Most of Mondo’s poster releases are designed as strict limited edition runs. Last year, however, the company did a print for The Dark Knight Rises which was slightly less limited. The poster was made available through a “timed release,” where enough prints will be made to cover orders that come in during a specific time frame.
Mondo’s second timed release is going to be a Man of Steel print by Martin Ansin, which will be available for 72 hours beginning this Thursday night at midnight. (IE, in the first minute of Friday morning, CST.) There will be more severely limited versions of the Ansin print, and also one by Ken Taylor, seen above. All details are below. Read More »
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Mere hours after Martin Ansin’s Taxi Driver was announced and two days away from a huge gallery show, Mondo has revealed three brand new posters. Two are the third and fourth entries in their Game of Thrones series leading up to the March 31 premiere. The third is the first image from Friday’s Stout/Taylor show: Ken Taylor‘s Beetlejuice.
All the particulars, and full images, are below. Read More »
That sound you just heard was the world of pop culture art exploding. On March 15 at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas, legendary poster artists Ken Taylor and Tyler Stout are teaming up for an exhibit of new work. It’s Taylor’s second U.S. show and Stout’s first Mondo show, a major milestone as he’s been blowing poster fans’ minds since 2005. They’re two of the most talented, popular, influential and highly collectible artists on the scene today. That’s the good news.
The bad news is, we can’t show you any art. It’s a secret. All we know is it’ll run from March 15-April 6 and include “new work” from both popular artists.
Either way, we’ve got the show card below as well as some of their best art from the past to give you an idea of what might be in store for fans. And also, read about the Game of Thrones exhibit that’ll act as an appetizer to the Stout/Taylor show, both tied to South by Southwest 2013. Read More »
Mondo likes to start every new year off with a bang, and 2013 is no different. They’ll soon release the latest poster in their popular Jurassic Park series, this one by the brilliant Australian artist Ken Taylor.
In 2012, Taylor not only had his first U.S. gallery show, but did amazing posters for Quentin Tarantino, Hulk, Halloween, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Drive, Breaking Bad and much more. He’s been one of Mondo’s MVP artists, and his gorgeous rendition of this Steven Spielberg classic continues the trend. It’ll be on sale Thursday, check it out in full below. Read More »
If you’re one of those people who saw Ken Taylor‘s gorgeous art for the Quentin Tarantino 20th Anniversary Box Set and thought, “I wish I could put that on my wall,” now you’ll have the chance. Tuesday, Mondo is releasing a 24 x 36 inch poster of the director that’ll come with a huge poster of the interior of the set. Check out the full images after the jump. Read More »