“The Iron Giant” by Chris Thornley

GMA is pleased to release the Warner Bros. 1999 American Animated Science-Fiction Film, “The Iron Giant” by UK illustrator and designer, Chris Thornley (Raid71)! Based on the 1968 novel “The Iron Man” by Ted Hughes, “The Iron Giant” shows the phenomenal directorial debut of Brad Bird who has always been a personal favorite filmmaker of ours!

Chris did a beautiful job recreating the scene of the Giant’s sincere interaction with the deer, which comes as a 24 x 36-inch screenprint containing two editions, a Regular Edition Foil and a Variant Edition Foil! On sale Thursday, January 16th at 1pm Eastern (10am PST) HERE.

“The Iron Giant” Regular Foil Edition by Chris Thornley (Raid71)
24″ x 36″ Hand Numbered Screen Print (Rainbow Foil Paper)
Edition of 165
Printed by D&L Screen Printing

“The Iron Giant” Variant Foil Edition by Chris Thornley (Raid71)
24″ x 36″ Hand Numbered Screen Print (Rainbow Foil Paper)
Edition of 110
Printed by D&L Screen Printing

“War Of The Worlds” by Arik Roper

Mad Duck will have “War Of The Worlds” posters by Arik Roper available soon. “The War Of The Worlds” is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series “The Mercury Theatre on the Air”. It was directed and narrated by the great Orson Welles as an adaptation of H. G. Wells’s novel “The War of the Worlds” from 1898.

The radio drama was broadcast live as a Halloween episode on Sunday, October 30, 1938 at 8PM. The episode became famous for causing panic among listeners that mistook the radio drama for a news report.

On sale Wednesday, March 13th at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.

“War Of The Worlds” by Arik Roper. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 100. $65

“War Of The Worlds” by Arik Roper. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 50. $85 (variant)

“Oryx & Crake” by Sam Chivers

Black Dragon Press have the tremendous honour to bring to you a limited edition screenprint for the excellent dystopian novel ‘Oryx & Crake’ by UK artist Sam Chivers, and approved by Canadian poet, novelist, literary critic, essayist, inventor, teacher and environmental activist Margaret Atwood!
On sale Friday, February 8th at 5pm UK time (9am PST) HERE.

“Oryx & Crake” by Sam Chivers. 36″ x 24″ Screenprint. Ed of 100 S/N. £60 ($78)

“Tales from the Wall” by Zed1

Zed1 will have a new print available soon titled, “Tales from the Wall” via Streetart.com. It is a unique limited edition of ten handfished prints + a signed ‘Tales from the Wall’ book. On sale Wednesday, September 13th at 12pm PDT HERE.

“Tales from the Wall” by Zed1. 32 x 45cm Handfinished print (hand colored with oil) on 300 grams paper, all unique and different color combinations. Ed of 10 S/N. €235 ($282)

“Dracula” by Godmachine

Mad Duck Posters is excited to present a new poster in our ongoing Classic Literature Series, “Dracula” by “Bram Stoker” with art by the mighty Godmachine! The “Dracula” book has had a huge impact on pop culture, introducing Count Dracula and many of the conventions in the vampire mythos.
On sale Wednesday, June 14th at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.

“Dracula” by Godmachine. 18″ x 24″ 7-color Screenprint. Ed of 125.

***There will also be an extra special variant, hand embellished and signed by Godmachine himself!
The variant will have of a run of 75, and each copy will be unique!

Godmachine will be taking the following approach with the variants:

• Some variants will have paint splats
• Some will have small sketches
• There will be a few extra special ones!
• All will be signed.

Godmachine has free reign to embellish the variants as he chooses! The variant is priced at $145, and the unique poster purchased will be chosen randomly for each customer.

“Moby Dick” by Zakuro Aoyama

Mad Duck Posters is releasing a new poster this week for our Classic Literature Series! We are thrilled to announce Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick” with art by Zakuro Aoyama.

“Moby Dick” was first published in 1851, with the original title “The Whale”. A timeless tale of obsession, the story has influenced countless authors as well as pop culture. The “white whale”is a phrase that is still widely used today to indicate an ultimate goal, conquest or obsession.
On sale Wednesday, March 29th at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.

“Moby Dick” by Zakuro Aoyama. 24″ x 36″ 8-color Screenprint. Ed of 75 N. $65

“Moby Dick” by Zakuro Aoyama. 24″ x 36″ 9-color Screenprint. Ed of 45 N. $75 (variant)

“Gulliver’s Travels” by Arno Kiss

Tomorrow Mad Duck Posters are releasing their second print in the ‘Mad Duck Classic Literature’ series. The poster is for Jonathan Swift ‘s timeless story “Gulliver’s Travels” with art by the talented Arno Kiss from Belgium!
On sale Wednesday, September 7th at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.

"Gulliver's Travels" by Arno Kiss.  18" x 24" 5-color Screenprint.  Ed of 50.  $55

“Gulliver’s Travels” by Arno Kiss. 18″ x 24″ 5-color Screenprint. Ed of 50. $55

“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Mads Berg

Epic Art Print’s next release is “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Mads Berg created to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the masterpiece written by Lewis Carroll. It is an 18″ x 24″ 4-color Screenprint, signed/numbered edition of 75, and cost €55 ($62). On sale Saturday, October 3rd at a random time HERE.

berg Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Mads Berg. 18″ x 24″ 4-color Screenprint. Ed of 75 S/N. €55 ($62)

“I wanted to create a poster, that hits the mysterious and surrealistic aspects of the famous novel, but at the same time has the attraction of a piece of art that you would hang on the wall in children’s room. The link to the actual book, the famous piece of literature, is important, and that is why the quotations are incorporated into the poster.

Also, to set this apart from Disney’s Alice, and more aligned with the novel, the colours are sombre and loaded with contrast. In the book I particularly love the way the characters enter the stage from out of nowhere, so I wanted to create this weird scene where the actors appear randomly in a dark and mushroom infused universe with no logic interaction. Not of this world, but definitely humorous and spirited.” – Mads Berg