Check Out FAMP Art's Latest Print for André Øvredal's 'Trollhunter'
The Trolls are back! Call the Trollhunter! Last week at New York Comic-Con I met one of the guys behind FAMP Art, the new creative collective focused on creating great art for "foreign films, classics and more" branching out from Mondo. We chatted about some upcoming releases following their debut for City of God, and here's the next one. This artwork is for that awesome Norwegian faux-documentary Trollhunter, or Trolljegeren, which first hit theaters back in 2011 from director André Øvredal, who has yet to make his next feature though a few are in the works. The art is by Chris Weston and will be printed as a full 24"x36" print being sold by FAMP Art next week. Check out the Trollhunter print and another variant version below.
Thanks to Blurppy for debuting this artwork. Trollhunter is a found footage film about a group of students investigating a series of mysterious bear killings, uncovering a long-kept secret in the mountains of Norway - that trolls are real! And the troll hunter exists. Our review from 2010. Prints will go on sale on October 21st on FAMP Art's website. The regular (English) version will have a run of 145 prints and will cost $45, the variant (Norwegian) version will have a run of 70 prints and will cost $60. I know this one has its fans.
The Troll Hunter, or Trolljegeren, was both written and directed Norwegian filmmaker André Øvredal, of only one other film called Future Murder in 2000. This premiered at Fantastic Fest in 2010 as a surprise and also played at the Sundance & San Francisco Film Festivals. The film's website: trollhunterfilm.com.
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