Tyler Stouts’ Hellride Poster

If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve probably noticed this amazing Tyler Stout drawing being used as the official movie poster for the Quentin Tarantino-produced Hellride.  Now, with the film set to debut at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, the fine folks at Mondotees put together a screenprinted version.  It is 24″ x 36″ and available in regular and metallic variant versions for $30 and $85, respectively.  Visit Mondotees.com.

15 Responses to “Tyler Stouts’ Hellride Poster”

  1. I had to grab both of these, couldnt decide which one I liked better. I didnt see how many they printed of each version, anyone know?

  2. They’re usually preorders, so they don’t announce right away.

  3. i refuse to support that egotistical ass of an artist…

    Quentin Tarantino i mean.

    He continually “produces” movies just to splatter his name larger and more promenately than the writers, directors, title of the movie, or hell anybody else who did any work on the project. (Hero anybody?)

    *clears throat* nice poster by the way.

  4. thanks admin. keep up the great work.

  5. Dope art. I only wish it was just the movie poster without the hubub at the bottom promoting the Austin event. I h8 Texas.

  6. You may hate Texas, but ask any film buff in the US, they’ll tell you the Alamo Drafthouse is one of the best theaters in the nation.

  7. Better than the Edwards IMAX in Mira Mesa??

  8. Dude! Just google Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. It was voted by Entertainment weekly as the BEST theater in the country a few years ago.

    It’s the reason I still live in Texas.

  9. The variant is sold out–its price went from 120 to 199.99 before the poster was removed. :(

  10. You live in sd eh? Me too!

  11. If you missed the variant, just keep an eye on Tyler’s site. He usually has a handful left after they sell out. The metallic is a run of 40 and the standard is something like 260.

    He’s also has a few “Spaced” posters left for $30, so if you’re interested just skip eBay and head to http://www.tstout.com.

    One of the most exciting artists around and one hell of a nice guy to boot!

  12. Couldn’t find it anywhere, but are these signed and numbered?

  13. Just numbered I’m sure.

  14. I love this poster. It sets the bar really high.

  15. Numbered. But not signed.

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