Davinci’s Dream will have “The Terminator” movie posters by Christopher Cox available soon. They are 3 layers of metallics, and have also layered them with UV inks.
On sale Wednesday, April 5th at 5pm GMT (9am PDT) HERE.
Working with the amazingly talented French illustration duo Stan & Vince, DaVinci’s Dreams is honoured to release a beautiful officially licensed screen print for James Cameron’s iconic 1984 film, The Terminator. See below for details.
On sale Monday, March 7th at 4pm GMT (8am PST) HERE.
“When we were approached by DaVinci’s Dreams about doing a print for The Terminator the simple answer was YES! The Terminator is a movie we have cherished since we were in our teens, and because the film is regarded as the first public success of James Cameron, who’s vision we have always admired.
As with all poster projects we handle, we try to find the right balance between the “retro” feel, and the necessity to conceptualise a poster that would please us and the audience of today. We chose to illustrate the chase scene between the Terminator, Sarah and Kyle after their confrontation at the Tech-Noir club. Not to mention we absolutely loved the opportunity to represent the Endoskeleton, the climax of the film and the unmistakable icon of the franchise.” – Stan & Vince
Grey Matter Art under license from Studiocanal S.A. is proud to present a New Officially Licensed, Limited Edition, Screen Printed Poster by Artist, Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz) for the iconic film, “The Terminator.” This will be the first in a 2 poster set with “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” following the month after by Gabz as well, to form a dyptich. Below are details on the poster for “The Terminator.” On sale Tuesday, December 16th at a random time between 1 – 2pm Eastern (10 – 11am PST) HERE.
“The Terminator” and “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” are both one of those movies I always wanted to work on, so when Mike Gregory from Grey Matter Art approached me with the offer, it was like a dream come true. I wanted something with strong imagery, action packed, and with a glimpse of the future as seen in both movies.
While I’m hoping the artworks will speak for themselves, two things worth pointing out is that the general concept was inspired by an interview with James Cameron I read a while back, in which he stated that he had a dream about a cyborg/robot coming out of the flames, and as we all know the rest is pretty much a cinema history. The other thing I wanted, was to design both posters to form a diptych.” – Gabz