SDCC ’12 Mondo Posters Galore: Adventure Time, Lord Of The Rings And Jay Shaw
Today is the final day of Comic Con sadly. As a parting gift of shorts, Mondo has unveiled three beautiful new posters. There is a Mike Mitchell Adventure Time poster and variant as well as a print for MIMIC by Jay Shaw. Mondo also has released some absolutely gorgeous Lord of the Rings posters (unrelated to the end of Comic Con)
The Adventure Time posters are limited to 275 regular and 100 variant prints. Because it is Adventure Time, you can probably guess the one without all the jokes and gags is the variant. The MIMIC print is limited to 215. The stunning LOTR posters sell as a set for $150 and are limited to 390 sets. Mondo always makes fantastic posters for movies, and these are only more great additions to their already impressive resume. What do you think? Which ones do you want to hang up on your wall?
Mondo is a division of the Alamo Drafthouse championed for bringing art back to movie poster design. Utilizing the talents of world-class artists and designers, Mondo produces limited edition, screen printed posters based on all things film, television and comic properties including Star Wars, The Avengers, DC Comics, Back to the Future and Universal Monsters. In addition to stunning artwork for beloved and future classics, Mondo also releases time-honoured and contemporary movie soundtracks on vinyl, such as Drive, as well as VHS re-issues. Based in Austin, TX, Mondo operates out of a permanent gallery space hosting regular exhibitions featuring a blend of breathtaking original artwork and limited edition screen prints. Having worked with filmmakers such as Guillermo del Toro, Wes Craven, Zack Snyder and Duncan Jones, Mondo has also partnered with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences to further archive and preserve the company’s growing collection of original film posters.
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Source : Mondo Press Release