The Warriors Posters by Tyler Stout and Eric Tan

The Alamo Drafthouse has just released the first entry in their series of posters for The Warriors.  Tyler Stout’s posters are available in a few forms:  A cut set (two 16″ x 24″ metallic copper screenprints, edition of 450, $35), an uncut sheet with bonus sidebar (24″ x 36″ screenprint, edition of 200, $80), and a gold/silver uncut variant (24″ x 36″ screenprint, edition of 100, $100).  The second is by Disney’s Eric Tan.  It is a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an edition of 300, and is $30.  Visit

35 Responses to “The Warriors Posters by Tyler Stout and Eric Tan”

  1. these rock,i`ve wanted a Stout one for long enough,and if these lokk half as good as any of the other Alamo posters i`ve got they`ll be stunning,…….

    early resolution save some money for January
    start praying for baseball fury print

    yuletide salatations to you all ,this place is the first thing i check after my balls in the morning..peace

  2. I second the prayer for a Baseball Furies print.

  3. John – I am glad the website worked for you, but the fact is that I had the print I wanted in my cart and by the time the webiste allowed me to open an account and I went to pay for my order, they were sold out (this literally took over 15 minutes). So, raffle down that you wouldn’t blame the webiste – I do.
    BTW – I am not just some print collector looking to make money off prints. I have loved this movie since the early 80s when I first saw it on HBO. I own all of the Zoo York skate decks from their Warriors series, have dressed as baseball fury a number of times on Halloween with friends as well as us doing The Warriors gang. So, between flippers and how slow the website was I am a little grumpy and your post doesn’t help.

  4. Yo Dodrop,feeling that… it is a bummer when you can`t get what ya want when you are a genuine fan,not just a flipper or madass geek,pees me off everytime a Fairey print comes on,,your time will come

  5. If your really that bummed out since the reg uncut and variant are practically the same only the regular 100 more and copper instead of gold get that. I’m happy with it don’t care really about the variants unless it glowed or something makes no difference to me. just glad to have another stout in my collection!!!!

  6. Great looking prints. I understand variant sold out super fast, sorry for those that didn’t get one. I wouldn’t blame the web server though. It happens to all sorts of sites, and 30 minutes is a pretty long time to sell out when you compare the 2-3 minute sell outs that Audrey Kawasaki and Mark Ryden are known for. Can’t wait to see the rest in the series.

  7. Since I am always loking for the positive, after looking over them numerous times, I have convinced myself that the regular uncut version looks better than the variant. So, no more whining.

  8. you cant really fault their site for that. Most print websites dont hold the item for you in the cart if you dont check out in time. It would only hurt them, as people could just leave them in their carts and not order it, and they’d have to empty the carts at some point. Definitely more of a hassle. And you should always have an account created prior to a drop.
    It’s one of those live and learn situations unfortunately.

  9. A couple of (newbie) questions. Are these signed or just numbered? Is it likely that Tyler will have them in his store at some point?

  10. I hope they do 2nd editions for all of them.

  11. Warriors Come out and Play!

  12. I agree dodrop I like the look of the copper better more gritty and a little darker has more of a street thug feel to me (yeah i get that from the color)!!!

  13. Thanks, just picked one up. I like the 18×24 size, I don’t have space for more 24×36! Not impressed with $15 shipping though.

  14. I’m gonna wait and see if I can snag a signed one from Tyler’s website when they go up

  15. Got an uncut Stout to hang up with the older one he did. Would love to be a part of this series, such a great movie. Now, hopefully they will do a series for David Lynch.

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