Exclusive: Mondo’s New Posters at Texas Frightmare Weekend

Mondo debuted five new posters at this Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas today. The images and specs are below. They’ll be there through Sunday, so make it out if you can. Enjoy!

A Nightmare on Elm Street by Jay Shaw

18″ x 24″ Screenprint, Edition of 225:

Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer by Ken Taylor

24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Edition of 245:

They Live by Krzysztof Domaradzki

24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Edition of 165:

The Hills Have Eyes by Jeff Proctor

24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Edition of 170:

The Mole People by Phantom City Creative

24″ x 36″ Screenprint, Edition of 195:

15 Responses to “Exclusive: Mondo’s New Posters at Texas Frightmare Weekend”

  1. Great work by everyone involved! Jay is especially killing it.

  2. Jays nightmare reminds me of this


  3. Jay’s poster is haunting.

  4. Brilliant IJ! Intriguing.

  5. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, Jay’s stuff is the most innovative work you’ll see around. His composition and typography are always second to none. A lot of poster artists are very much ‘one trick ponies’ – not Jay, you can see how each one of his works his really different. This is the guys to watch!

  6. *guy

  7. That’s the first IJ I’ve really been taken by, really strong image. Says a lot that it stands out ahead of the Ken Taylor. Well done sir.

  8. Shaw don’t play.


  9. Upon looking at this closely, PCC is also doing some amazing work this year.

  10. love it

  11. Is it me or does “Henry” look a little like Bill Murray?

  12. I have never seen or heard of that movies but yes the guy looks like bill Murray

  13. Movie*

  14. friggin’ european asking here: will these go on sale at mondo’s website? knock-on-wood.

  15. and yes, the jay shaw-poster sure is beautiful but it also seems to be very inspired by one of the posters for “shame”, http://www.filmofilia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/shame_poster.jpg. None the less, great work.

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