Today is a big one as we have two new offerings from a couple of heavy hitters...Martin Ansin and Ken Taylor!First up, we have Ansin's unbelievably beautiful poster for James Whale's BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN. This is the second poster in our official UNIVERSAL MONSTERS series and they just keep getting better.Poster by Martin Ansin. 24"x36" screen print w/ metallic inks. Hand numbered. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Edition of 235. Click HERE to buy.We also have this glow in the dark silver variant available!Poster by Martin Ansin. 24"x36" screen print w/ glow in the dark metallic inks. Hand numbered. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Edition of 100. Click HERE to buy.As always, Martin puts great care and a lot of thought into his designs. Here is what he had to say on his creation:"The poster started while I was watching the film, and the reanimating-a-heart-on-a-plate scene came up. "We must be patient – the human heart is more complex than any other part of the body." It just outlined the main theme of the movie for me. For the visuals, my main references were antique medical illustrations, which showed the right mix of science and gothic horror."Next up, we have Ken Taylor on the Richard Pryor print titled "Thank you. Good Evening! Hope I'm Funny." Earlier this year, we here at Mondo got obsessed with Richard Pryor's stand up and movies (BLUE COLLAR!) and wanted to do something to honor this legendary performer. The print features a contemplative Pryor with the background paying homage to Pryor's most memorable stand up moments.We got in touch with Pryor's Planet and worked closely with company president Jennifer Pryor to make this happen. We will have several for sale here and Jennifer will also be getting a super limited micro run of these prints on wood. Keep an eye out on PRYOR'S PLANET for details on her release.Poster by Ken Taylor. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Edition of 160. Click HERE to buy.-Justin
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