Mondo's 2013 Black Friday Sale Art: 'Watchmen', 'Sightseers', 'The Fly'
Happy Black Friday! If this dark day can indeed be considered "happy" (if you make it out alive). Try not to drain you bank account this week, if possible. To add some additional strain on your wallet, Mondo has announced their Black Friday sale. As usual they have a treasure trove of beautiful artwork they're selling off on Friday, including some fantastic new prints for Zack Snyder's Watchmen, Ben Wheatley's Sightseers and David Cronenberg's classic horror The Fly. There are a few more leftover prints they have and they're also selling their newest Mondo Book Volume IV. Photos of the fresh artwork and info on the sale below.
Thanks to the Mondo Blog for all the photos/details. They also have a few other prints including a Venom one and Halloween (linked to the vinyl release). Up first below is the new Sightseers poster by Olly Moss:
Next, here's the art for Cronenberg's The Fly by Drew Millward. Taller than usual at a fullsize of 18"x34":
Two different posters - "Maggots" by Jason Edmiston (left) and "Dr. Manhattan" by Kevin Tong (right):
Finally, the Mondo Book Volume IV - "Smoking Kills" - a "hand assembled and leather bound" beauty:
As always, head to MondoTees.com or @MondoNews for complete info on this artwork, including exact pricing (ranging from $40-$200) and print sizes. Everything goes on sale online on Friday, November 29th.
Explained on their blog, Mondo discusses their latest: "This coming Black Friday we will be premiering our newest Mondo Book Volume IV. We will also be selling a few items that previously premiered at this year's Thought Bubble in the UK, and the Halloween 35 Years of Terror convention in Los Angeles. For those unfamiliar with our poster books, they are composed of scratch and dent, otherwise unsellable posters that we hand assemble and bind in leather. Our fourth volume, 'Smoking Kills', is an edition of 100 and features a silver foil inlay by We Buy Your Kids." I can't help always falling for Mondo prints, it's one-of-a-kind work.