New Posters by Tyler Stout and Ken Taylor from Mondo (Onsale Info)

Mondo will release two of their biggest posters of the year today. Tyler Stout’s poster for The Goonies is a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an edition of 750, and will cost $60. Ken Taylor’s Batman poster is a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an edition of 300, and will cost $50. These both go up today (Thursday, October 22nd) at a random time. Visit Mondotees.com.

Tyler Stout

Ken Taylor

9 Responses to “New Posters by Tyler Stout and Ken Taylor from Mondo (Onsale Info)”

  1. Wow…I think these sold out before you even posted this. Didn’t see a Twitter notification from Mondo per usual. Great posters…high demand. Sad I didn’t get one but loving their releases!

  2. I know this makes me part of the problem and not the solution but today’s drop made me go out and purchase some bot software.

  3. Carted this the second it went up after F5ing for 10 minutes only to get the “inventory issues” page. F5ed the inventory issues page for 30 more minutes til it sold out for good.

    I’m done caring about Stout Mondo drops.

  4. After being burned repeatedly by Mondo drops and the trying to buy the last 2 Stout releases the second they showed up online, only to receive the “sold out” message instantaneously, I’m afraid Josh may be right with the “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” mentality. Unfortunately flippers seem to be taking over the industry, and rather pay them 10x the cost of the print, I’d rather just pay some money for a computer program to do the waiting, otherwise I might get fired from my job by sitting online all day, refreshing Mondo every time something new is dropping. Josh, what software did you get?

  5. I’m willing to be that close to 75% of the available prints were purchased using a bot. Nothing to base that off of but conjecture…but I stand by it.

  6. The worst part about it is that it is actually a SUPER easy problem to fix. All Mondo has to do is set up a couple dummy pages with the exact same keywords/tags/whatever (i.e. “Stout” “Back to the Future”) and put them up at the same time as the REAL page. The only difference is the dummy pages need to have the price jacked up to $1000 or something like that. The bots won’t know which page to auto-cart, and, if they do manage to cart one, it will likely end up being one of the dummy pages with an grossly inflated value. The bot owners will have to remove it from cart and add the correct item like everyone else. A little extra work for Mondo, sure….but they owe it to the customer base that has made them rich.

  7. Shopify Bot software primarily used for crazy sneaker drops. It’s been a practice by these guys for years. Google Shopify Bot software and do some research. Don’t want to shill for something I truly do not know if it works 100% yet.

  8. And before anyone complains I feel that if everyone starts using a Shopify bot then maybe Mondo will do something to change it. If they don’t then at least we ALL are on equal footing for the drop.

  9. Why would Mondo do anything to change it? They’re in the business of selling posters, what do they care if it’s a bot buying them or not? A sale is a sale.

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