October 4, 2012


Another busy day in Poster World, folks:  at some point today, Mondo will drop three more of its Fantastic Fest posters on a not-so-unsuspecting populace.  Kilian Eng’s Alexander Jodorowsky’s Dune and the one-two punch of Jay Shaw’s Beyond The Black Rainbow and Wrong will hit the Mondo website in a matter of…what, minutes?  Hours?  There’s no telling—you’ll have to wait for the Tweet to find out—but while we’re waiting on the drop to occur, why don’t we take a closer look at what’s dropping today?  It’s all after the jump, my fellow poster-nerds.

If you were at Fantastic Fest 2012, then you already had your shot at picking up Jay Shaw’s Beyond The Black Rainbow, Wrong, or Kilian Eng’s Alexander Jodorowsky’s Dune…but now it’s time for everyone that wasn’t in Austin last week, Mondo’s making those prints available very, very soon.  How soon?  Well, today, actually.  Any minute now, in fact!  Better blaze through this one quickly:

  • Beyond The Black Rainbow by Jay Shaw
  • 18×24”
  • $35 regular edition of 135


  • Wrong by Jay Shaw
  • 18×24”
  • $35 regular edition of 190


  • Alexander Jodorowsky’s Dune by Kilian Eng
  • 24×36”
  • $45 regular edition of 290


All three of these will be going live on the Mondo website any time now, so you should definitely head on over to the Mondo Twitter feed to find out when each goes on sale!  We’ll be back in just a few minutes with more Limited Paper goodness—we’ve got an exclusive reveal you’re going to want to get a look at—but until then, we wish everyone luck in picking up one or more of these prints when the drop occurs (for what it’s worth, the Dune is absolutely jaw-dropping in person:  if you’re on the fence, pull the trigger—you won’t be disappointed).

Stay tuned for more from Limited Paper in the near future, folks!  We’ve got an exclusive reveal for you today, another exclusive reveal tomorrow, the biggest giveaway/contest we’ve ever done shortly after that, and an entire month’s worth of insanely awesome coverage surrounding Mondo’s forthcoming Universal Monsters gallery show to share.  As always, if you’re a gallery, artist, or just someone with a hot poster-related tip to share, you can reach us directly via email at  You should also be following along with us on the official Limited Paper Twitter feed for up-to-the-minute updates on all your favorite artists and screenprint-makers.  Everyone else?  Hit the comments section and let us know what you think about today’s releases!  Gonna be a great day, folks, keep your eyes peeled here at Limited Paper HQ for more!

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