Over 40 Pictures from Mondo’s Disney Gallery Show “Nothing’s Impossible” Featuring Work by Martin Ansin, Tom Whalen, and Aaron Horkey

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Mondo’s Disney gallery show Nothing’s Impossible was another hit.  People camped out for days in the freezing weather, and the line reached over 300 people by the time the gallery opened.  Artists such as Martin Ansin, Tom Whalen, Aaron Horkey, and Jason Edmiston had killer pieces for this show which tackled hit Disney properties such as The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast.  Check out over 40 photos after the jump.

Limited Paper: Mondo Announces Second ADVENTURE TIME Gallery Show from Artists JJ Harrison, Rich Kelly, Craig Drake; BLACK BEETLE Online Drop

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Mondo’s made no secret of the fact that they’re really, really, really into Pendleton Ward and Cartoon Network’s blockbuster animated series, Adventure Time.  Last year, they held a special marathon screening for the series at the Alamo Drafthouse (complete with an Adventure Time-themed menu, which gave birth do the Rainicorn-colored hot dogs that still making regular appearances in Limited Paper’s most terrifying nightmares), released a print to commemorate the event, and opened an Adventure Time-themed gallery show.

Sporadic Adventure Time-themed releases were dropped in the months that followed, often enough that rumors circulated that a second AT-themed show was headed to the Mondo Gallery.  And—as some of you may have already heard—the rumor’s now been confirmed:  a second Adventure Time-themed showcase will open towards the end of this month…and this time Ward’s series is bringing J.G. Quintel’s Regular Show along for the ride.  More on this (as well as an update re: Francesco Francavilla’s Black Beetle print) after the jump, folks.

Win 5 Stylish Posters from THE KINGS OF SUMMER by Artists Adam Schickling, eBoy, Jay Ryan, Jon Wilcox, and Rich Kelly

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I have been waiting for The Kings of Summer ever since I saw this enigmatic teaser trailer, featuring the young stars Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, and Moises Arias whaling and flailing on a giant pipe.  It’s finally coming to my town—and hopefully your town—as part of the June 7th expansion.  To celebrate, we have five stylish posters designed by Adam Schickling, eBoy, Jay Ryan, Jon Wilcox, and Rich Kelly to give away.

Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, and Alison Brie co-star in Jordan Vogt-Roberts‘ feature directorial debut.  Hit the jump to find out how you can win.

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

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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.

Limited Paper: Mondo’s Second-Annual Oscar Night Poster Drop Featured 14 New Posters Including Tyler Stout’s DJANGO UNCHAINED & Durieux’s THE MASTER

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Last year, Mondo put together a fun little event for the 2012 Academy Awards:  a few days prior to that Oscar Sunday, Mondo announced that a series of brand-new posters (all of which were based on that year’s Oscar-nominated films) would be dropping throughout the Academy’s broadcast.  Everyone dug the idea, the whole thing went off without a hitch, and—most importantly—waiting on a drop gave all of us something to focus on whenever watching the Oscars became too much to bear.

And so, when the Mondo guys announced they’d be doing it all over again in 2013, we were pumped (as were many of you).  But once that excitement died down, we were left wondering which of 2012’s Oscar-nominated films would get the Mondo treatment…and which of the rumors we’d been hearing would turn out to be true.  Answers to those questions (and many more) await you after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper: Galery1988′s Oscars-Themed Art Show Involves Hundreds of Free Posters, New Work From Olly Moss, Mark Englert, More

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All week long, rumors have circulated about a “top-secret” event taking place in Los Angeles next weekend.  We mentioned that an announcement was forthcoming back on Monday or Tuesday, and in the time since…well, lemme tell ya:  you wouldn’t believe some of the crazy theories and rumors people emailed in to Limited Paper HQ.  We heard “it’s a Banksy show”, that “it’s definitely a Hanksy show”, that it was an all-Olly-Moss joint, that an entire crew of artists were involved and that they’d all been forced to sign contracts preventing them from revealing anything about this mystery event prior to the official announcement.  Somewhere in the middle of all that, Gallery1988’s Twitter feed promised that whatever was being planned would be a “game-changer”.  What’s the truth?  Find out after the jump.

The Academy and Gallery1988 Present Posters by Various Artists for the Best Picture Oscar Nominees

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Last week, BAFTA premiered special posters for their Best Picture nominees.  Today, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences had followed suit by teaming up with Gallery1988 and various artists to create posters for this year’s Best Picture Oscar nominees.  There are some impressive posters, and I’m curious to see if they’re going to go on sale at some point.  The Academy’s website lists the dimensions and type of production (screen print), which leads me to believe that these might be available for purchase some day.  I’m sure there are plenty of readers who would love to get their hands on Mark Englert‘s print for Django Unchained. [Update: Gallery1988 has tweeted the following: "G1988 x The Academy. Official. 2/14 - 2/17. More soon." so it looks like you should get your wallets ready, and keep an eye on their official website.]

Hit the jump to check out the posters.  The Academy Awards will be held on February 24th at 7pm EST on ABC.


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Limited Paper just keeps on coming, people!  Last time, we told you all about the Phone Booth Gallery’s amazing A Distant Winter gallery show (and showed up some pretty kick-ass photos, to boot), and this time we’ve got even more exciting news for all the limited paper-collecting poster-freaks in the audience:  want details on Mondo’s drop schedule at the 2012 San Diego Comic Con? Wanna see the newest prints from Gallery1988’s Breaking Bad series?  What is the Horror Die-Cut Collection, anyway (hint:  it’s awesome)?  Find out after the jump, people.

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.

Exclusive: New Mondo STAR WARS Poster, “Attack Position”, Featuring Chewbacca; Plus Matt’s List of the Best 5 Posters so Far

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We’re now just past the halfway point on Mondo’s stellar run of Star Wars-inspired posters.  For those who don’t know, Mondo is the Alamo Drafthouse’s art boutique and they’ve recruited some terrific artists to do some fantastic work in this series.  Today, we are super-excited to bring you an exclusive first look at the newest poster in the series, “Attack Position” by artist Rich Kelly.  Kelly also recently did very cool posters for Beetlejuice and Metropolis.  This is also the first poster in the series to feature everyone’s favorite wookie, Chewbacca.  It’s a badass-looking poster and I’m sure it will sell out at the same “blink-and-you’ll-miss-it” rate as the others.

“Attack Position” is 24×36, limited to an edition of 400, will cost $50, and will go on sale tomorrow, November 12th, at Mondo’s official site at a random time.  Make sure to follow @MondoNews for the announcement.  Hit the jump to check out the new poster as well as the other four I think are the best ones so far.

Mondo Posters on Sale Tomorrow for FOUR LIONS, BEETLEJUICE, and DEAD ALIVE

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Get ready to open your wallets and clear some free time to keep refreshing Mondo’s Twitter feed because the Alamo Drafthouse’s art boutique is putting three new posters on sale tomorrow at a random time.  First up is Olly Moss’ terrific poster for the wonderful comedy Four Lions that we showed you a couple weeks ago.  They’ve also got a poster for Beetlejuice designed by Rich Kelly as well as a poster for Dead Alive by Adam Haynes.  The Dead Alive poster will have a glow-in-the-dark variant.

Hit the jump to check out the posters plus details on each print.  Be sure you’re following @MondoNews for the official announcement of when the posters will be going on sale.


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Mondo, which is the boutique shop of the Alamo Drafthouse, has six posters going on sale today.  Three of the posters are from artist Olly Moss and were showcased earlier as part of this year’s Fantastic Fest.  Today, you’ll be able to buy his posters for Let Me In and two versions of his poster for Rubber.  Also going on sale is a Poltergeist poster by Ken Taylor, a Metropolis poster by Rich Kelly, and a fantastic Aguirre: The Wrath of God poster by Jay Ryan.

Hit the jump to check out all of the posters along with their size, price, and number of prints.  Follow @MondoNews for the announcement of when these great posters will be available for purchase at Mondo’s official website.

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