18” X 24” 4 color screen print including Silver and Red Metallic inks. Numbered edition of 100. On Sale 2pm PST Wednesday, 22nd May, HERE.
As an added bonus Poster Collective will also be randomly including a few mystery prints with orders to celebrate their first year of successfully producing outstanding art for the masses
This might include anything from their store, possibly previously sold out prints and/or prints from their personal collections of awesome prints. It’s a win win in other words, making this an unmissable score folks.
We put together a HUGE collection of Marvel Cinematic Universe movie posters all on ONE page. Almost every poster we could find for IRON MAN 1-3, HULK, CAPTAIN AMERICA, THOR 1-2, and THE AVENGERS. ClickHEREto check them out!
Contest Time: Brandon Schaefer’s The Wicker Man Poster
It’s contest time, folks! I’ve got number 1 of 50 of Brandon Schaefer’s stunning The Wicker Man print up for grabs. And guess what? All you need to do to win it is tell us why you love / respect / admire / whatever The Wicker Man. Maybe you could write about your first experience with the film or that one time you and a few friends sacrificed that virginal copper to the old gods for harvest. Who knows? It’s completely up to you. Not bad, right? Please leave a comment on the Posterocalypse contest page with your (brief or long) write-up and an email address where I can reach you should you be the lucky winner. This contest is open internationally and will be ending on April 19th, meaning you have an entire month to come up with something good. The winner will be chosen based on his or her story / anecdote / what have you. Now have at it!
Jay Shaw (aka Kingdom Of Nonsense) did a poster for a couple of guys who are making a horror movie. Those guys are long time buddies with the guy who wrote Fight Club. Read the article to find out how you can get the poster and/or your name in Chuck Palaniuk’s new book and/or a number of other cool things.
But if none of that blows your hair back, there’s even an opportunity to die (probably not for real) in the film’s climax. See? Something for everyone.