Limited Paper: Behold, Incredible New Mondo Posters Based on the Films of Paul Thomas Anderson

     May 13, 2013

From time to time, Mondo likes to welcome a few new artists into the fold.  They’re also big on launching posters as part of a larger “series”, as in their ongoing Universal Monsters releases, the still-waiting-for-a-Martin-Ansin-Twelve-Monkeys series based on the films of Terry Gilliam, or the somewhat-unofficial Tyler-Stout-doing-Quentin-Tarantino-films series.  Today, they’re doing all of these things at once:  a new poster series based on the filmography of Paul Thomas Anderson has been announced, and they’re bringing in both artists new and old to see it through to completion.  See some of that action after the jump, Captain.

Mondo’s just announced something incredible, a poster series based on the films of Paul Thomas Anderson:

“This was my first large-scale curatorial project.  It was much more work than I had anticipated, but the end result is something I’m incredibly proud of,” said Aaron Horkey.  “It’s been great to see the series come to life and I’d like to thank Mondo for the opportunity, especially Mitch Putnam for helping me with logistics and general organization. Also, thanks to Paul Thomas Anderson for being open to the project and of course all the artists involved – everyone came through brilliantly and certainly salvaged the project before I had a chance to run it into the ground.”

Just to be clear, these posters are going on sale throughout the week, not on Thursday.  Here’s what we’ll all be fighting our internet connections over:

  • There Will Be Blood by Aaron Horkey
  • 18.25”x39”
  • $65 regular edition of 435

  • There Will Be Blood (Variant) by Aaron Horkey
  • 18.25×39”
  • $125 variant edition of 200

  • Hard Eight by Rich Kelly
  • Releasing Tuesday May 14th
  • 18×24”
  • $40 regular edition of 235

  • Sydney (Hard Eight Variant) by Rich Kelly
  • 18×24”
  • $65 variant edition of 115

  • Boogie Nights by Rockin’ Jelly Bean
  • 24×36”
  • $50 regular edition of 335

  • Magnolia by Jaoa Raus
  • 24×36”
  • $45 regular edition of 285

  • Punch-Drunk Love by Jordan Crane
  • 18×24”
  • $40 regular edition of 235

punch-drunk-love-mondo-poster

Holy shit, that Aaron Horkey is nuts.  In fact, I’m gonna go start warming up my page-refreshing skills right now.  Good luck to everyone else going out for these over the next few days:  remember to keep your eyes peeled over on the Mondo Twitter feed for the announcements that these have gone live!

In the meantime: if you’re an artist or gallery with artwork you’d like to see featured on Limited Paper (or if you’re just some lucky bastard who happened to overhear a bit of poster-related gossip while standing in the bushes outside Martin Ansin’s house) we wanna hear from you!  Email Limited Paper directly at LimitedPaper@gmail.com, and be sure that you’re following us on Twitter via @LimitedPaper for ongoing commentary, news updates, giveaways, and more!

 

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