Ender’s Game Poster by Martin Ansin from Mondo (Onsale Info)

Mondo will sell Martin Ansin’s new poster for Ender’s Game later today. It’s a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an edition of 340, and will cost $50. The variant has an edition of 160 and will cost $75. Both go up today (Thursday, October 24th) at a random time. Visit Mondotees.com.

Martin Ansin

Martin Ansin

18 Responses to “Ender’s Game Poster by Martin Ansin from Mondo (Onsale Info)”

  1. Nice, but he’s used the same style for a bunch of different films… Mondo releases are so relentless now that the point of artists reinterpreting famous films seems to be disappearing !

  2. James is right. Martin Ansin has been one of my favorite illustrators for a while, but all of his new posters seem like it’s from the same series. I’m all for evolving, but this new style has gotten old fast. Especially since his older style was so much better. I still love the guy though.

  3. I absolutely love Ansin. I have his Space Seed and his Conan posters and they are my favorites in my collection, but his series of posters such as this one just do not excite me. And, obviously, Ansin Bride of Frankenstein is the just incredible.

  4. Ansin’s Wretched Hive and Brazil are two of my all time favorite prints. I picked this up today because I love his work, not because I care about the film.

  5. Sold out already. Agreed that Ansin’s style was charming to the eye at first, but his recent posters are all the same style, format, and almost the same color tones. Im over it now..

  6. it still hurts me that i never snagged a wretched hive. badly…

  7. I’m surprised to see this backlash on Ansin’s “style” simply because his craft and skill are so amazing. I’m amazed that folks have gotten used to his level of execution so much that they are now criticizing his compositions. As an artist it’s just a bit depressing I guess. One day I hope to suck as much as Ansin.

  8. @Billy, I dont think there is backlash, merely a kind critique on a continued theme or stylization. I am purely implying that as an artist, you should want to evolve your work, composition, color scheme, etc. I work in a myriad of different formats, colors, mediums, etc, and im not famous, never will be, and not nearly as talented as Martin. There are artists that try new things, and I appreciate that, but I mean its not like Tyler Stout has ever changed (at least) his movie poster format, and apparently that guy can do no wrong. he is however a very nice human being, and both him and Martin are deserved of anything they receive. Just my 2 cents.

  9. So tight and awesome,
    too overwhelmed by it to even offer any criticism, perhaps people are spoiled, to even get something on this scale and complexity for $50 is ridiculous.

  10. Before people buy this poster, read his books, or see this movie, I think they owe it to themselves to find out what kind of person Orson Scott Card is: http://www.salon.com/2013/05/07/sci_fi_icon_orson_scott_card_hates_fan_fiction_the_homosexual_agenda_partner/

  11. I wish he’d go back to his earlier style. This looks more movie poster and less fine artwork.

  12. Ansin’s work is amazing and to see the work that goes in to screen printing this thing and have it come out the way it does boggles the mind. His Man Of Steel poster is incredible.

  13. Ansin ripped off Alex Ross for his Man of Steel print.

  14. Geez,what is with all the harsh critique?
    The man is perfecting his technique and I for one think his work keeps getting better and better.Wether you like his style or not is simply a matter of taste and just because he may be sticking to a certain aesthetic does not mean he is not evolving as an artist. Look at Drew Struzan,he has his own style that he has perfected over the years and people love it.

  15. @ Timothy, great read btw, had no idea.

  16. Everybody on the internet is a critic.

    It’s not exactly “normal” or “ideal” to change up your style every single year. I think people have seen a few posters and are forgetting all of the work Ansin has done over the years. Talk about a short memory. People are being way too harsh. Ansin hasn’t been doing this style for that long, and it takes time to change or evolve. Not that he ever has to change anything. This works for him.

  17. If any of these critics want me to critique THEIR work, I would be more than happy to oblige. Send links…

  18. crickets…

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