6 Gorgeous Mondo Posters from This Past Weekend’s Mondo Mystery Movies Series

     October 10, 2011

Mondo has kicked off a series of screenings where the movie being shown hasn’t been announced.  Folks by a ticket, go to the screening, and then find out what they’re seeing and what awesome poster they, and only they, will be able to purchase.  Past screenings have included Akira and Jurassic Park, but this weekend Mondo pulled out all the stops by doing a six-movie marathon in Los Angeles.  Attendees were treated to screenings and posters for The Iron Giant (by far my favorite of the bunch), 28 Days Later, Hellraiser, Assault on Precinct 13, City of Lost Children, and The Mist.

I’ve included all the posters after the jump.  Be warned: seeing these may make you sad because we’ll never have them.  They won’t be sold on the Mondo store and unless you’re willing to pay a premium to eBay jerk-offs who don’t understand what’s special about these posters, you and I will never own them.

Info on artists and edition counts are listed below the posters.

The Iron Giant

Poster by Kevin Tong

Regular edition of 245

Variant edition of 70

28 Days Later

Poster by Charlie Adlard of “The Walking Dead” fame with title treatment by Jon Smith

Regular edition of 180

Variant: edition of 85

Hellraiser

Poster by Florian Bertmer

Regular edition of 245

Variant edition of 70

Assault on Precinct 13

Poster by Tyler Stout

Variant edition of 245

City of Lost Children

Poster by Ken Taylor

Regular edition of 245

Variant edition of 70

The Mist

Poster by Daniel Danger

Regular edition of 245

And for those of you who don’t know about Mondo:

Mondo is the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible art boutique, featuring designs from world famous artists based on licenses for popular TV and Movie properties including Star WarsStar TrekUniversal Monsters. Championed for their limited edition screen printed posters, Mondo focuses on bringing art back to movie posters by working with artists such as Olly Moss, Tyler Stout, Martin Ansin and others. Besides creating stunning works for beloved classics and contemporary films, Mondo produces posters for featured Alamo Drafthouse events and recently inaugurated a “Director’s Series” that will focus on a celebrated filmmaker’s body of work.

Finally, the next Mondo Mystery Movie will take place in Austin on 10/29.  Expensive tickets go on sale today.  Click here for details.

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