Grey Matter Art is proud to present a new limited edition, glow in the dark variant poster for the classic 1922 horror film, “Nosferatu,” by the very talented artist, Sara Deck. They released the Black & White Glow in the Dark Variant Edition of “Nosferatu” as an exclusive poster at the Monster-Mania convention, running from March 9-11th, in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Online sale now HERE.
Movie posters for “The Omen” & “Nosferatu” screened at the Logan Theatre will be available soon via Galerie F.
On sale Wednesday, October 11th at 2pm Central (12pm PDT) HERE.
Artist Timothy Pittides in association with Bottleneck Gallery are proud to announce their latest poster collaboration, “Nosferatu”. See below for details.
On sale Wednesday, September 2nd at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.
“When I decided to tackle Nosferatu, I wanted to make sure that it was something different. There is so many great prints and posters done for the film that hit their mark. From Ken Taylor’s beautiful art deco styled collage, Brandon Schaefer’s artistically crafted creepiness to Christopher Cox’s likeness driven design, artists have been paying a great tribute to arguably the greatest horror film ever made.
I first started with making the vampire was represented, not just in likeness but in tone, taking the design on cover of the vampire book Hutter finds in his room at the inn. The animals surrounding the eye were incorporated in the same order surrounding Orlock. I also wanted add the main element that would be familiar to most, choosing the wood carved cuckoo clock concept of both the period, and the country of origin of the film.
The choice of paper was extremely important to both the design and feel of the print. After going back and forth with my paper samples, I decided the film could be represented two different ways, the speckletone kraft being used for it’s antique look as well as the look of day scenes in the colorized version of the film and the carbon copy paper for it’s specks of browns and reds and of course representing the black and white of the original film. This two choices give people the choice on how they feel personally to the film.” – Timothy Pittides
Grey Matter Art is proud to announce their next release for the classic 1922 film, “Nosferatu” by Godmachine. It is an 18″ x 24″ Screenprint with a Regular edition of 160 and cost $45. There is a Blood Spattered Variant Edition that is a 1/1 edition and will be randomly inserted into a Nosferatu order.
On sale Thursday, February 5th at 1pm Eastern (10am PST) 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.