Limited Paper: Mondo Dropping Their Two Latest LOONEY TUNES Posters Tomorrow Morning!

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When Mondo announces a new series, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll be focusing solely on that series until it wraps.  Instead, Mondo seems to like keeping us on our toes by having about half a dozen different series in play at any given time.  Some of ‘em wrap quickly, while others keep going for quite a while.  Take their Looney Tunes series: Tom Whalen kicked off that license with a Duck Dodgers print all the way back in March (at the opening of the Mondo Gallery).

He’s handled each of the Looney Tunes print that followed, and most expected him to see the series through to its conclusion.  But today Mondo announced something surprising: not only are they dropping two new Looney Tunes posters tomorrow…but neither of them was created by Tom Whalen.  Surprised?  Wanna see who is handling the next two prints in this series?  Meet me after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper: On the Eve of the Universal Monsters Show, Mondo Releases a Ton of NYCC Posters (And Jay Shaw’s PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4)

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We’ve just about made it to Mondo’s Universal Monsters gallery show—their biggest show ever, opening this Friday and playing home to nearly 20 posters and 50-plus originals (according to Mondo’s creative director, Justin Ishmael, at tonight’s 3D screening of Creature From The Black Lagoon)—but that doesn’t mean all of Mondo’s other business has been put on hold.  In fact, they’re going to be dropping the remaining prints from their recent New York Comic-Con appearance tomorrow morning.  Wanna know what’s going on sale, what it’ll cost you, and what it looks like?  Meet me after the jump, folks.


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If you’re a Mondo fan and headed to New York Comic-Con this weekend, I strongly advise you to get to the con when it opens Friday morning at 9:30am.  That’s because even though most assumed Mondo would release their prints like they did in San Diego (one at a time), I’ve learned that when the doors open, everything is for sale!

But it gets better.

Late tonight, as the convention was closing, I was able to take pictures of everything at the Mondo booth!  If you’ve been wondering what would be sold at NYCC, Mondo has prints for Shaun of the Dead, Lord of the Rings, The Iron Giant, Phantasm, City of the Living Dead, Kill Bill, The Foghorn Leghorn, and Friday the 13th Part III 3D!  In addition, a number of these prints have variants.  Hit the jump for a ton of images and artists info.

Limited Paper Exclusive: Acid-Free Gallery, Tom Whalen, and Dave Perillo’s TRANSFORMERS and G.I. JOE Posters

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As you’re probably already aware, the New York City Comic-Con is just around the corner (it runs October 11th-14th).  We’ve known for some time now that Mondo would have a presence at this year’s NYCC, but they’re not the only ones dropping  new stuff during this year’s NY-based gathering of the geeks:  our friends over at Acid-Free Gallery (they’re the guys that released that Myths and Monsters series not too long ago) are also scheduled to unleash new prints during the event…and from the looks of things, we’re guessing they’re going to sell quick.

Want to see some of the brand-new Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo posters Acid-Free’s dropping during NYCC 2012, including a new reveal you’ll only find here at Limited Paper?  Of course you do.  Meet me after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper: Tom Whalen Tells Us About His 80’S DAZE Gallery Show; Mondo FANTASTIC FEST Posters for DREDD 3D, LOOPER & ROOM 237

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We’ve got quite a bit to get to in today’s Limited Paper, folks, and with Fantastic Fest 2012 still in full-swing, we don’t have a lot of time to get through it.  In today’s writeup, we chat with frequent Mondo artist Tom Whalen (who has a brand-new, 80’s-themed gallery show co-headlined by Dave Perillo opening this Friday);  we tell you when you can expect to learn and see more of Tyler Stout’s line of Mondo t-shirts (yup:  incoming Stout interview!);  and we take a look at all the Fantastic Fest posters Mondo is preparing to drop online tomorrow afternoon.

Yes, today’s Limited Paper is a spring-loaded, jam-packed, all-singing, all-dancing, primed-to-explode-directly-into-your-terrified-face  extravaganza of awesome.  See it all after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper: Mondo Announces Their Latest Gallery Show, Releases More JURASSIC PARK and LOONEY TUNES Prints

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Believe it or not, but with everything else that’s been going on lately—Gallery1988’s Breaking Bad series (and that crazy gallery show), Ltd. Art Gallery’s PRESS START exhibition, Bottleneck Gallery’s More Than You Imagined, Mark Englert’s new stuff, and everything else we’ve covered over the past couple weeks—it’s actually been quite a while since we checked in with the Mondo guys.  And as it turns out, today’s a perfect day to do just that:  not only is the Austin-based dropping two new posters from Kevin Tong and Tom Whalen this afternoon, but they’ve also just issued a formal announcement about their latest gallery show.  Wanna know more?  Of course you do.  Meet me after the jump.

Limited Paper: Exclusive Details Regarding Mark Englert’s Top-Secret New Project, Mondo Releases PARANORMAN, Gallery1988’s BREAKING BAD, More

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What’s been going on this week in the world of limited-edition screenprints and posters?  Plenty.  In today’s edition of Limited Paper, we dig up some exclusive details on a top-secret print from Mark Englert (one that oughtta make sci-fi nerds extremely happy),   give you the rundown on a brand-new print from Mondo and Tom Whalen (based on Universal’s ParaNorman), and discuss Todd Slater’s entry in Gallery1988’s long-running Breaking Bad series.  It’s a packed edition of Limited Paper, and it’s all waiting for you after the jump, folks…

LIMITED PAPER is Headed to Comic-Con and We’ve Got Info on Releases from TOM WHALEN, DANIEL DANGER, OLLY MOSS, and More!

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Comic-Con 2012 sounds like one of the most massively exciting, probably-chaotic, and assuredly-fragrant gatherings of film geeks, comic nerds, and costumed weirdoes ever assembled.  People from all over the globe are converging on San Diego this Wednesday, and—for the first time ever—your humble Limited Paper scribe has given in and consented to join that undulating mass of geekery.  But it ain’t because Arnold Schwarzenegger’s gonna be there, and it ain’t because Django Unchained footage is screening.  It ain’t even because Peter Jackson’s got Hobbit stuff to share.  No, I’m going for the limited paper…and if you’ll meet me after the jump, I’ll tell you (just about) everything I know about what the poster-collecting community can expect from Comic-Con 2012 which includes Olly Moss, Daniel Danger, Tom Whalen, Dave Perillo and more.

Limited Paper #1: Posters from Gallery 1988, Mondo, Dark Hall Mansion and Tom Whalen, Rhys Cooper, Phone Booth, Drafthouse and More

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As you’ve probably noticed, movie-poster collecting has turned into a Ron Burgundy-sized “Big Deal” over the past few years:  everywhere you look, brilliantly talented artists like Martin Ansin, Tyler Stout, and Olly Moss are joining forces with places like Gallery 1988, IAm8Bit, and the newly-opened Mondo Gallery to create collectible, gorgeously-rendered works of art based on your favorite movies and TV shows, and every time one of these posters drops…a poster-collector is born.

And where do we–the die-hard paper-geeks of the world– go for our news?  For our drop announcements?  For interviews with our favorite artists?  For reckless rumor-mongering about upcoming events?  One or two dark corners of the internet might traffic in the kind of information collectors crave, but we think we can streamline that process a bit (and even if we fail, it is an excuse to ramble on about posters for the umpteenth time, and we never get tired of that).  Wanna see what we’ve put together?  Check out Limited Paper #1 after the jump, folks.

Mondo Gallery Opens in Austin During SXSW with Sci-Fi Show; Prints Include STAR TREK II: WRATH OF KHAN, WAR OF THE WORLDS and More

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We’re big fans of Mondo—the collectible boutique arm of the legendary Alamo Drafthouse—here at Collider. They commission and make available gorgeous works of art inspired by movies small and large, commercial and cult hits. This past weekend Mondo opened their first ever gallery in Austin, TX, right in the middle of the SXSW Film Festival. The gallery opening was a huge success, and I’m incredibly jealous as both Steve and Matt got a chance to attend and take a gander. For those of us not lucky enough to make the trip, Mondo has made available images of some of the prints they had on display for their inaugural sci-fi show. They include stunning works including Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, A Trip to the Moon, War of the Worlds and more.

Hit the jump to take a look at some of the prints on display.

Mondo Starts New Poster Series for Pixar; Will Kick Off with Tom Whalen’s Print for MONSTERS, INC.

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“Well…shit.”  That’s the only reaction I can muster to the announcement that Mondo will be whipping up posters for Pixar’s films.  I can only say “Well…shit,” because I know how fast these posters are going to sell out (unless they do one for Cars 2; then it should be easier than usual to get one).  I’ll just sit at my computer crying angry tears because I couldn’t get the poster for WALL-E or Finding Nemo or Up.  Damn you, Mondo.  Can’t you do posters for movies I don’t care about?  Like a director’s series for Shawn Levy?  C’mon, a Cheaper by the Dozen poster?  That would be…a thing.  Oh, and this Pixar news comes on the heels of Mondo’s announcement that they’re also doing a series for Jurassic Park.

Anyway, the first poster in the Pixar series will be a Monsters, Inc. screenprint by Mondo fave Tom Whalen.  It, unsurprisingly, looks terrific.  The print measures 18″x24″, costs $45, and is limited to an edition of 365.  The poster goes on sale tomorrow, September 2nd at a random time.  Be sure you’re following @MondoNews for the official announcement.  Hit the jump to check out the full poster and then try not to curse too loudly.


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The fine folks over at Mondo commissioned some sweet posters for films playing at this year’s SXSW Film Festival.  If you attended SXSW, you had a chance to buy these great posters.  If, however, you were like me, you were at home cursing the heavens and crying into a pint of Häagen-Dazs.  But now for poor folks like you and me, Mondo is putting these posters up for sale online.

Starting at a random time tomorrow, Mondo will be selling their SXSW posters for Hobo with a Shotgun, The FP, Source Code, Moon, Hesher, and Paul.  Hit the jump for pricing and details on the posters.  Be sure you’re following @MondoNews for the official announcement of when the posters go on sale.

Awesome Mondo Poster for SXSW Premiere of PAUL

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Greg Mottola’s Paul is set to premiere at this year’s SXSW Film Festival and the fine folks at Mondo are giving it some sweet poster lovin’.  Created by artist Tom Whalen, the poster will be available to purchase at SXSW.  Details are coming soon, but we wanted to bring you this greatness now.  Check back later for pricing, size, and other facts on this sweet poster. [Update: Universal has sent us a press release stating that the poster is limited to an edition of 225].

Hit the jump to check out the poster.  Paul stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Kristin Wiig, Jason Bateman, Bill Hader, and Seth Rogen.  The film plays at SXSW on March 13th and opens nationwide on March 18th.


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We have three awesome new posters to show you today from Mondo, the boutique shop of the famous Alamo Drafthouse.  First up is Olly Moss and Jon Contino’s fantastic commemorative poster for Chris Morris’ terrorist comedy Four Lions, which is the first film to be distributed under the Drafthouse’s new distribution arm, Drafthouse Films.  The design of the poster was inspired by England’s soccer flag (the film is set in Sheffield, England).  Four Lions opens in limited release on November 5th.

There’s also the latest posters in Mondo’s ongoing Star Trek and Star Wars series.  Both posters were done by artist Tom Whalen.  The Trek poster pays tribute to the episode “Journey to Babel” while the Star Wars poster is the first in the Mondo series to show some love to Mr. Jabba the Hutt.  The posters go on sale tomorrow at an unspecified time (follow @MondoNews on Twitter for the announcement of when they’ll be available). Each print will be limited to an edition of less than 300 and will probably sell out in under ten minutes.  Hit the jump to check out all of the posters.

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