Martin Ansin’s Brazil Poster (Artist Copies Onsale Info)

A handful of Martin Ansin’s Brazil posters will be available for purchase tomorrow. It’s a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an AP edition of 60, and will cost $100. The variant has an AP edition of 35 and will cost $150. These go up tomorrow (Tuesday, July 24th) “around” 2pm Central Time. Visit Postersandtoys.com.

11 Responses to “Martin Ansin’s Brazil Poster (Artist Copies Onsale Info)”

  1. THis is a great looking poster!

    Weird, I just heard about this movie last week and here it is…I think it’s a sign to watch it….

  2. This movie is AMAZING. Great commentary on the pitfalls of an overly bureaucratic society. Awesome poster to go along with it!

  3. Probably one of Martin’s best prints. Awesome coloring.

  4. i need to own one of his prints. he’s so good, it’s ridiculous.

  5. Wow, that is Horkey-mazing work there. I must own that.

  6. I had both. Traded off the variant. I love Ansin and Brazil, but the variant lacked a little zazz for my tastes.

  7. Martin Ansin es Chingon!

  8. Amazing film, amazing poster. Truly a favorite, in both categories.

  9. BOOSH. Managed to score a regular! I was super bummed when I missed out on the Mondo drop, so thankful I was able to nab one of these!

  10. Mondo really needs a new system. It’s ridiculous that these disappear in less than a minute and then half of them end up on Ebay at ridiculous prices, unless Mondo employees are the scalpers, which would make perfect sense.

    Their current system only rewards scalpers. There has got to be a better way.

  11. Joel,

    Do you mean Posters & Toys system? Today’s drop wasn’t sold through Mondo. Either way, the checkout systems aren’t the problem. Make it “first come first serve”, people complain about the posters selling out too fast. Make it lottery based, people complain when they aren’t picked. The real problem is the demand. There’s just no way everyone is going to be happy with such limited runs. I certainly understand your frustration though.

    Also, by my count, 7 of the 60 regular APs and 2 of the 35 variant APs popped up on eBay. Less than 10% of the total APs sold today. Not too bad.

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