Check This Out: Mondo Tees' New RoboCop Poster
by Alex Billington
December 20, 2008
Still looking for a last minute Christmas present? Or just looking for something really cool to put up your wall to kick off the New Year? Mondo Tees operating out of the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX has debuted their special edition poster for RoboCop. The poster was design by artist Tyler Stout, who does a lot of work for them. This poster was made to promote their upcoming screenings of RoboCop at the Alamo Drafthouse, but if you're quick enough, you can pick yourself up a hand numbered print before they sell out. And if you are really loving this, there is a variant version that is actually printed on a sheet of metal!
Thanks to our friends at SlashFilm for alerting us about this. Check out the full design below.
I really love Tyler Stout's designs and actually bought one of the previous Blade Runner posters that he designed for them. I'm considering buying this one too just because I love the horizontal design and overall look of it. Not everyone may like Stout's somewhat overwhelming style, but others will probably love it. Each poster measures 24" x 36" and is printed in 5 color silkscreen, meaning it's very high quality. Pick up the regular version for only $30 or the variant version printed on actual sheet metal for $250. If you're a hardcore RoboCop fan, you won't hesitate to order one of these right away - it's definitely worth it!
Reader Feedback - 12 Comments
...a matter of taste, I would say...
phew... on Dec 20, 2008
That is amazing.
Tom V on Dec 20, 2008
That is amazing (Sorry for two comments, first had wrong web address).
Tom V on Dec 20, 2008
The posters for The Alamo Drafthouse are amazing. I have the one for Iron Man designed by Jessie Philps and I love it!
Tom Brazelton on Dec 20, 2008
Buying this right now...I missed out on the Blade Runner one, but I love Stout's work. Keep up the reminders if anymore pop up in the future. @ 4...Tom, could you post a shot of the Iron Man poster? I'd love to check it out and if they're still available maybe purchase one.
peloquin on Dec 20, 2008
I don't like this style, but that's a personal preference. The original one-sheet is a great poster.
avoidz on Dec 20, 2008
Where's Nancy Allen? She's just like one of the most important characters in the whole film!!
Lincoln on Dec 21, 2008
@Lincoln : it's a guy only poster 🙂
Seiz on Dec 21, 2008
@5 I uploaded a picture of the poster to my web site. You can read about it in the blog here: http://www.theaterhopper.com/index.php?date=20080425 I'm not sure if Mondo Tees still offers it or not? I know it was a limited run. It has glow in the dark ink!
Tom Brazelton on Dec 21, 2008
Ed209 is by far the coolest film robot ever! And yes I had taken Maria, Gort, Robby etc into account.. but just look at him! 😀
Tom Dearsley on Dec 21, 2008
In one word..........YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!
RayboCop on Dec 21, 2008
Sweet, just ordered one!
Jason on Dec 21, 2008
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