While we’re fans of celebrated movie poster artist Drew Struzan, when it comes to the posters of the Star Wars trilogy, there’s another name that deserves to be celebrated, and that’s Noriyoshi Ohrai. You may not know the artist by name, but you’ve undoubtedly seen his artwork on international posters for films such as The Empire Strikes Back, The Goonies and much more.
Sadly, the reason we’re writing about Noriyoshi Ohrai today is because he passed away on October 27th at 79 years old after succumbing to a case of pneumonia. Below we have a gallery of his work along with some details on his impressive career. Read More »
As part of Fantastic Fest, the Alamo Drafthouse is doing a series of Oz-sploitation screenings featuring “the best of the down-under’s offerings of madness and mayhem!” Yes, that means Rolling Roadshow screenings of Mad Max and The Road Warrior in Republic Square Park! /Film favorite Tyler Stout has created this awesome limited edition numbered poster for Mad Max 2 The Road Warrior. Click on the image above to see some of the amazing detail.
Billy Perkins’ Mad Max poster is signed and numbered by the artist.
Both are 24×36, silk screened printed by D and L Screen Printers out of Seattle. You can purchase the set of two from MondoTees for $60.
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