Dan McCarthy’s “The City On The Edge Of Forever” Star Trek Poster (Onsale Info)

The Alamo Drafthouse will return to their Star Trek series with this new print by Dan McCarthy. “The City On The Edge Of Forever” is a 12″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 325, and will cost $40. It goes up today (Wednesday, March 2nd at a random time). Visit Mondotees.com.

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10 Responses to “Dan McCarthy’s “The City On The Edge Of Forever” Star Trek Poster (Onsale Info)”

  1. dude, sold out already at 9:30am pacific? are the drops getting earlier or is it just me….

  2. I think the drops are around the same time but the flippers are making every Mondo release go insanely fast. You can buy this for $100-$150 on eBay. 🙁 Fucking flippers, I hate ’em.

  3. The “golden hour” for a lot of the Mondo drops is between 11-12 CST, so 9-10 your time.

    Not much chatter about this print, but I liked it enough to pick one up. If there is one thing I have learned it is that Dan’s work usually looks WAY better in person than the jpg.

  4. Got one!

    I love Dans work. This will look great in the flesh.

  5. I’m glad they got back around to the STAR TREK prints. The STAR WARS prints were great, but I liked when they were transitioning back and forth.

    I’m stoked I could snag one of these. I’ve been appreciating McCarthy’s work for a while now, but was waiting on a print that spoke to me (and one that I could buy before they sold out), so I’m glad the stars aligned today.

    I’ve been scoring as many Mondo prints as I can (much to the chagrin of my wife – limited wall space). It’s hard to resist. Mondo manages to keep finding great artists to work on great subjects.Thanks to OMG for the heads up!

  6. @ Ben you will prolly be able to get one on eBay for face or less

  7. So many of these on ebay, Hardly Moving.

  8. So many of these on ebay, Hardly Moving.

  9. >Travis, on March 3rd, 2011 at 9:09 pm Said:

    >So many of these on ebay, Hardly Moving.

    Good! Maybe this will help turn some of the flippers away from posters. They can go drive the prices up on baseball cards or comic books or some other “collectible”.

  10. Ditto on what Brenda wrote.

    I’ve been collecting for only about two years now, and the increased competition, with people whose only interest in the art is to make a profit off of someone who is busy during the workday (the absurdly preferred “drop” time) on ebay, is jading me on the whole thing.

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