I wanted to show some of my most recent posters I acquired, I’m really pleased with this punch and all are from Mondo, the boutique poster art and gallery in Austin, Texas, USA. Hope you enjoy them.
First up is Gary Pullin’s Vertigo (Eyeball) poster, produced as part of a trio of posters by Mondo to celebrate the master of suspense birthday, Alfred Hitchock. 24″ x 36″ screenprint, edition 240 (2013)
Vertigo – Eyeball (Gary Pullin)
Next up is Guillermo del Toro‘s “The Devil’s Backbone”, by artist Guy Davis for Mondo’s Criterion series. 18 x 24 screen print, edition of 210 (2013)
The Devil’s Backbone. (Guy Davis)
Next up is two posters by artist Martin Ansin, my second favourite artist after Stout. This month have managed to get Taxi Driver (an ISO of mine since May) and Conan the Barbarian, and the two Elysium posters shown in an earlier post.
Martin Ansin’s Conan the Barbarian print for SDCC 2013. One of several posters pre-sold at the event. 24 x 36 screen print, signed and numbered, regular edition of 450 (2013)
Next up is Martin Ansin’s Man of Steel limited edition screen print for Mondo, their first timed release. This is gonna be a wicked print in person . 24 x 36″ (timed edition of 5000+)
Man of Steel, Martin Ansin
Francesco Francavilla’s beautiful poster for THE BLACK BEETLE for Mondo. THE BLACK BEETLE is a crime-fighting, pulp/noir hero created, written and illustrated by Francesco Francavilla for Dark Horse Comics. The regular version of the poster, originally offered at Francesco’s booth at HeroesCon, is an 11-color screen print. 24 x 36, Edition 225, (2013)
The Black Beetle, Franceso Frankoville
This rather unusual and wicked poster for Mondo by Rockin’ Jelly Bean for Mondo’s Aaron-Horkey-curated PT Anderson series. 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 335 (2013)
Boogie Nights, Rockin’ Jelly Bean.
This is the final Ansin for this post, this is a rather superb poster for Iron Man 3. This is the variant edition of 250, (2013)
Iron Man 3, Martin Ansin.
Finally for this post, couldn’t not put in a Tyler Stout print, Django Unchained. This came out earlier this year and is a real beauty in person. 24 x 36, screen print for Mondo/alamo screening, hand numbered (not signed), 1st edition of 700 (2013)
Django Unchained, Tyler Stout
That’s it for now, hope you enjoyed these fine examples of contempary limited edition poster art.