Vice Press is excited to share the details of their next officially licensed screen print movie poster; the 1966 Hammer Horror classic Dracula: Prince of Darkness, starring Christopher Lee as Dracula with art by Francesco Francavilla. Regular and Variant editions are available. On sale Friday, May 6th at 6pm BST (10am PDT) HERE.
Frightfest Originals are releasing a sneak peek of their third limited edition screenprint for this summer’s main event. Audition, by Peter Strain – the print measures 18×24 on to 315gsm and will go on sale, with six other prints, in the foyer of The Empire, Leicester Square over the UK August bank holiday.
Along with the previously announced Big Bad Wolves and Nosferatu, there will be a new print by UK poster legend Graham Humphreys, the latest in animal home invasion by Luke Insect and Nat Marsh riffing on the unimprovable Wake In Fright. As a pre-festival surprise, they’re also dropping a Bram Stoker’s Dracula print, by Godmachine, on Thursday 8th via @frightfestorigi, for six hours only – after that it will only be available at Frightfest events.
All prints will have an extremely small pre-sale open to twitter followers only, two days before the festival. Except Dracula – a one off sale
Look for “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Godmachine to go on sale Thursday, August 8th at around 4pm UK time (8am PDT) HERE.
Andrew Swainson’s “Dracula” print is now available. It’s based on Hammer’s 1958 Dracula with Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and a non-text edition was first seen at Hero Complex Gallery’s Arch Nemesis show. It is a 12″ x 30″ Giclee, signed/numbered, and available in regular and variant editions with both being editions of 40 and cost £26 ($39US). On sale now HERE.
Direct from Mondo:
Tomorrow, we will be releasing all Universal Monsters posters created by Laurent Durieux currently on display at our gallery here in Austin. Laurent created five gorgeous posters for DRACULA, FRANKENSTEIN, THE WOLF MAN, THE MUMMY and CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON. Laurent did an amazing job on these and completely captured the elegance and mood of each film and its monster. You can see detail photos of each poster over on our blog right HERE.
These will all go onsale Tuesday, October 30th at a random time HERE.
Mondo closes out the 2011 year with a pair of movie posters by Martin Ansin and Tom Whalen. 2011 was a very strong year for Mondo with fresh new ventures such as their ‘Mondo Mystery Movie’ events, to their presence at the San Diego Comic Con. In taking a look at their output for 2011, it’s clear that they are at the forefront of this burgeoning movie poster scene. Looking forward to a exciting 2012 from them.
“Dracula” is a 24″ x 36″ Screenprint with a regular (Ed of 350, $45), a metallic (Ed of 100, $85), and a wood variant (Ed of 75, $135). “Two-Gun Mickey” is a 18″ x 24″ Screenprint, numbered edition of 370, and cost $45.
On sale Friday, December 30th at a random time HERE.
Question: What was your favorite Mondo poster for 2011?