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Limited Edition Star Wars Movie Posters

I haven’t done an entry in my blog for some time so thought I would add some details of recent aquisitions. I hope you enjoy this little blast of superb poster art recently added to my collection.

First up are these two posters by artist Joshua Budich.

Top is “I love you. I know”,  Budich‘s contribution to Art v Cancer’s “Beyond Time & Space” Charity Group show, which took place in Manchester in August 30th 2013.  The print, is the first in his Star Wars trilogy of posters and is an 18″x24″, 4-color screenprint on French Madero Beach paper, and is a signed & numbered edition of 100. (2013)

I love you star wars We're Doomed star wars“We’re Doomed!” by Joshua Budich, second in his Star Wars series in collaboration with Art V Cancer, and was available at Thought Bubble art convention in November 2013. It’s a 18″x24″, 4-color screenprint on French Madero Beach paper, Signed & numbered, edition of 100 (2013).

Still waiting for announcement of his third in the series.

Spoke Art Release two Dr Strangelove Posters.

Today Spoke Art released two new posters for  Stanley Kubrick’s cult classic Dr Strangelove or: How I learned to Worrying and Love the Bomb. The posters were commissioned by the historic Castro Theatre in San Fransisco (Oh how I wish we had a cinema like this) for a 4k digital  screening of the film. See the full series of limited edition movie posters Spoke Art have  for the Castro here.

The two posters were produced by Tracie Ching and Sam Smith, both 18 x 24″ screenprints produced in editions of 100 (signed and numbered by the artists) and really are great looking posters. Unfortunately I could only afford one of these (the Tracie Ching one), but check out them both below. The Tracie Ching one sold out within 30 minutes but at the time of writing the Sam Smith one is still available.

Dr Strangelove, Tracie Ching

Dr Strangelove, Tracie Ching, 18″ x 24″ screenprint, edition 100


Dr Strangelove, Sam Smith, 18″ X 24′ screenprint, edition 100



Stout Shaun of the Dead

Yesterday I went for Stout’s latest poster over at Mondo, but had no chance – it was quite honestly a blood bath – 1000 copies sold out within minutes. I had it in the cart four times but evertime I went to checkout it said out of stock or sold out. The did a staggered release and it seemed to make it harder to get one, gutted that I had no luck and its now on eBay for four times as much – which I won’t be paying! Here’s a look at the poster “Shaun of the Dead”

Variant version edition of 300.

Variant version edition of 300.

Tyler Stout "Shaun of the Dead, regular edition 710

Tyler Stout “Shaun of the Dead, regular edition 710

Roll on Stout Lotto today…….. will I, won’t I ?

UPDATE: I FAILED at the drop and the Lotto ! but the good news is last week I managed to do a deal with someone to get the variant version – even though it skinned me a bit – so just now waiting for it to arrive. I just need to sell something in my collection now to pay for it.


Metropolis Screen Print Posters

Over the last year or two there have been quite a few posters produced  for the Fritz Lang 1927 silent classis “Metropolis” by contemporary artists. Some are really great and I wanted to share the images of those added to my collection. If you reading this, hope you enjoy them.

First up is my favourite by Laurent Durieux, produced for Dark Hall Mansion’s seminal film series of screen print posters. This first one (regular) was produced in addition of 200.

"Metropolis", 24" x 36" screen print, Ed 200 (2013), by Laurent Durieux

“Metropolis”, 24″ x 36″ screen print, Ed 200 (2013), by Laurent Durieux

The next was Durieux’s variant of the release, a completely different image, poster size and format and in a limted of just 100.

Metropolis, Alternative Version, Ed 100 (2013), Laurent Durieux

Metropolis, Alternative Version, Ed 100 (2013), Laurent Durieuxf

Next up, by artist Rodolfo Reyes who did three editions, red, silver and gold. Produced for Dark City Gallery. It is a 14″ x 34.5″ Screenprint, I’m just showing here the Red variant.

Metropolis, red Edition 50

Metropolis, red Edition 50, Rudolfo Reyes

Next up is from Poster Collective “Metropolis” by Peter Gutierrez. It is an 18″ x 24″ Screenprint, signed/numbered with 2 versions on Eclipse Black Paper: I am showing here the Gold Metallic Variant Edition of 40.

Metropolis by Peter Gutierrez, gold metalic variant, Ed 40

Metropolis by Peter Gutierrez, gold metalic variant, Ed 40

And here is the most recent which is from artist Kevin Tong, which he produced for SDCC in July, not a screen print, its a 18 x 24 giclee produced in edition of 100.

Metropolis, 18 x 24', edition of 100, Kevin Tong

Metropolis, 18 x 24′, edition of 100, Kevin Tong