New Posters from The Alamo Drafthouse

The Alamo Drafthouse has two awesome new movie posters available.  First up is Martin Ansin’s (you may remember him from doing the Metropolis poster) Phantom of the Opera.  It’s a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an edition of 75, and is $30.  If you’re more into sleazy horror movies (like me), check out this Street Trash poster by Ghoulish Gary Pullin (art director of Rue Morgue magazine, among other things).  It’s a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an edition of 70, and is $30.  Visit Mondotees.com.

Also, if you’re more of a t-shirt person, they’ve got some great new shirts as well.  Mike Saputo did a shirt influenced by Big Trouble In Little China, while Jon Vermilyea did a Street Trash shirt.  Same place, Mondotees.com.

6 Responses to “New Posters from The Alamo Drafthouse”

  1. Martin Ansin’s work reminds me of Tomer Hanuka’s work sometimes. Both have lovely stuff.

  2. goddammit. i missed it by a second.

  3. Sold Out!

    I scored one :)

  4. Very awesome. I love the phantom of the opera one! Great stuff.

  5. Holy crap! The Ansin poster is so perfect! Hope to see more from him.

  6. Mitch, that Phantom poster really is just staggering. That artist was a really, really great find. Good work!

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