Mondo has been on a roll lately, and today they tossed images of three upcoming poster images out to three different sites. But while the company has been doing a lot of high-profile films of late (Star Wars, Hellboy, etc) these films get back closer to the origins of Mondo.
The Alamo Drafthouse is doing a two-night series with exploitation director William Lustig, and has commissioned three posters to celebrate the three films being shown. Tuesday night (that’s tomorrow!) will be Maniac and then Maniac Cop 2 (note that despite the title similarities, these are unlreated movies) and then Wednesday will be Vigilante. And Mr. Lustig will be present for all three screenings.
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Mondo has released posters based around events, such as the Rolling Roadshow or Fantastic Fest, famous franchises, like Star Wars and Star Trek, and now they’re going directly to the source: the director. They’ve just announced the Director’s Series, which will feature sets of posters all from one specific director, and to kick off this brand new series they’ve teamed up with geek filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. Posters for all of del Toro’s films, save for Mimic, will soon be available at Mondo’s official site and they’ve just revealed the first two: a set of Blade II prints by Mike Sutfin and Hellboy II: The Golden Army by Ken Taylor. Check them out and find out when to buy them after the break. Read More »
The Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo Tees have announced that 2nd wave of Ken Taylor‘s officially licensed Star Wars “Bounty Hunters” posters will go on sale on Thursday, October 7th. The three posters feature 4-Lom, Boba Fett and Dengar. The last set sold out in under ten minutes, so these are expected to also sell-out super quick. Follow @MondoNews for the “on sale now” announcement. Hit the jump to see the posters now.
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Another week, another amazing Star Wars print by Mondo. Or should we say “prints?” This time, Mondo will be releasing a set of three 8-10 color, 12 x 36 screenprints featuring some of your favorite secondary bounty hunters from The Empire Strikes Back. Artist Ken Taylor has immortalized Bossk, IG-88 and Zuckuss in painstakingly beautiful detail and you’ll be able to buy them all on Tuesday September 21. Plus, if you pick these up, a second series will coming soon after and those who own this set will get the first crack at them. Hit the jump to check out the full versions of Bounty Hunters Wave One and find out the best way to grab one of the 425 sets that will be made. Read More »
The Alamo Drafthouse has commissioned a couple artists to create posters for The Warriors and George Romero’s Survival of the Dead. They will go on sale for a very limited time today on Mondotees. I’ve been told the time will be random, and they are sure to sell out qucik, so keep checking back on Mondotees if you don’t want to miss them. Check out all of the designs right now, after the jump.
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The DamonCarltonAndAPolarBear.com Lost-Inspired art viral is still going strong. Here is a round up of the art revealed thus far: Hurley-inspired print by Tim Doyle. Locke-inspired poster created by UK artist Olly Moss, Dharma Van print by Methane Studios, “The Crash” poster by Eric Tan, and “The 4-toed Statue by Jason Munn.
The newest poster might be my favorite – Ken Taylor‘s “The Smoke Monster”, which is available for a limited time only on iamtryingtobuysomejerkeyandaslushy.com. Signed and numbered, limited to 300, this print is 18×24 inches. Check out the full poster after the jump.
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