Coming off the tremendous success of their Disney gallery, Mondo will be following it up with another big show. This one will focus on sci-fi, fantasy, and horror with a bent towards emulating classic movie posters. The artists handling the work will be two of my personal favorites, Kevin Tong and Martin Ansin. The films they’ve chosen to do include Psycho, Flash Gordon, and Alien as well as more recent stuff such as Prometheus and a variant of the poster for Hannibal. Unsurprisingly, these posters are gorgeous (I’m particularly enamored of Kevin Tong’s poster for Psycho) and will likely be snapped up in a heartbeat when the gallery opens on Friday.
Hit the jump to check out the posters that have been released so far.
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