Limited Paper: Mondo Reveals Posters for L.A.-based HALLOWEEN and BIG TOP PEE-WEE Screenings

     October 11, 2012

Just yesterday, we brought you word about Mondo’s forthcoming pair of screenings at L.A.’s New Beverly Cinema, an event that’s being organized to benefit the Debra Hill Foundation.  At the time, we didn’t know much more than the dates, times, and special guests that Mondo had lined up for these screenings, but now—less than 24 hours later—Mondo’s shown some mercy and revealed the posters that will be selling at those screenings.  Wanna see ‘em?  Read on to get your first look at Ken Taylor’s Halloween and DKNG’s Big Top Pee-Wee, my fellow poster nerds.

Because we know that—first and foremost–  you’re here to see some sweet, sweet poster goodness, we’re going to skip through the recap portion of this article (y’know, the part where we long-windedly and tediously bring everyone who wasn’t paying attention to this ongoing story up to speed;  if you’re one of those people, you can get all caught up over here and just get right down to it.  First up, there’s this pair of glorious Halloween posters by the singular Ken Taylor:

  • Halloween by Ken Taylor
  • 36×20”
  • $100 for a ticket that comes with the Regular edition of the print
  • $500 for a VIP ticket that includes the Variant edition of the print

Holy crap, right?  Ken Taylor’s been knocking ‘em out of the park this year, hasn’t he?  In between this, his 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea print, and that beautiful Breaking Bad piece that headlined Gallery88’s Breaking GIF’s series, Taylor’s output in 2012 easily ranks amongst the very best in the industry.  I mean…holy shit.  Now, let’s see what DKNG has cooked up for Big Top Pee-Wee:

  • Big Top Pee-Wee by DKNG Studios
  • 24×36:
  • $100 for a ticket that includes the Regular edition of the print
  • $500 for a VIP ticket that includes the Variant edition of the print

Wow, two-for-two, guys!  As was already noted yesterday, those wishing to attend/obtain the poster have two options:  one can shell out $100 for the regular ticket, which includes the screening, a Q&A at each screening with stars from the film, and a regular edition of the poster, or one can pick up a $500 ticket that includes preferred seating within the theater, a meet-and-greet with the special guests that’ve been lined up for each film, and both the regular and variant editions of the poster created for that screening.

Gonna be a tough call for many.  Head on over to Brown Paper Tickets (either here or here) to get your tickets, but do so quickly:  seats are going fast, and it’s likely that they won’t last much longer now that these incredible images have hit the web.

That’s all we got for now, folks, but stay tuned:  we’re gonna have a ton of new stuff for you very, very soon (including the official announcement regarding our latest giveaway, a report from Limited Paper and Shaman Body Modifications’ Universal Monsters Tattooapalooza event, and exclusive photos and videos from Mondo’s Universal Monsters gallery show).  As always, 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, and be sure that you’re following us on Twitter via @LimitedPaper for ongoing commentary, news updates, giveaways, and more!

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