by Brett White
The Austin-based poster boutique known as Mondo has unveiled two stunning posters to commemorate "Man of Steel" landing in theaters. Regular Splash Pagers will recognize their previous, gorgeous limited edition posters from "Avengers," "Dark Knight Rises" and "Cowboys & Aliens." The two posters created for the last son of Krypton kind of blow everything else Mondo has done to bits.
The above poster comes from artist Ken Taylor, while the one below (after the jump) is by Martin Ansin. Each poster also has a color variant edition, which can be seen over at Mondo's site. Check out Martin Ansin's epic Mondo poster below!
Even if you've already seen "The Dark Knight Rises" 35,678 times in theaters, you never need an excuse to pay a visit to the Batcave one more time. But Mondo is looking to lure you to Bruce Wayne's secret headquarters all the same by way of a limited edition poster, going on sale this Thursday (August 30).
Check out the new Batman poster from Mondo after the jump!
Mondo, the poster boutique at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse, has continued their series of prints for "Marvel's The Avengers." Last week, they debuted posters for Hawkeye and Black Widow that literally sold out in two minutes.
Today, the masters of graphic design bring us looks at the four main Avengers: Hulk, Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, and they are, as expected, very cool.
There are supposed to be two more posters in the series, so check back here for any updates.
See the full posters after the jump!
How could a movie event like the "Avengers" pass without Mondo doing some of their signature badass posters for it? Thankfully, we're not just getting one poster for Marvel's soon-to-be blockbuster. We're getting seven.
The Austin-based poster boutique has made a brand new series of posters for the big Marvel release, and the Huffington Post gave us a look at the first two, which single out the characters Black Widow and Hawkeye.
Check out the full posters after the jump!
Modern mainstream movie posters have long lacked the artistic aim of their vintage predecessors, and Mondo, an art house collecting different artists takes on pop culture posters, plays a part in changing that. Jon Favreau became a fan after working with Mondo on campaigns for "Iron Man" and had to have the collective on hand for his summer action flick “Cowboys & Aliens”.
In late July, Mondo released the first of four limited edition “Cowboys & Aliens” posters, featuring artists chosen by Favreau. Next week, the last poster will be released in celebration of the “Cowboys & Aliens” Extended Edition on Blu-ray Combo Pack. You can see it right now after the jump.