Mondo and Tyler Stout Debut Brilliant Star Wars Trilogy Posters
Though we haven't featured them here, Mondo has been releasing various Star Wars poster prints left and right as part of an ongoing series commemorating the holy trilogy. However, the series comes to and end on New Year's Eve this Friday, and it seems only fitting that this final set of posters commemorates the original Star Wars trilogy and that the art for these prints comes from Tyler Stout, one of the artists who help make Mondo the king of collectible movie artwork. Today UGO debuted the three beautiful new prints for Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, and you can check out each stunning piece just below.
Here are Tyler Stout's posters for the Star Wars trilogy (click for larger versions):
We've featured some of Tyler Stout's work a couple times previously, but this gorgeous poster set takes the cake. Also, if you're looking for a little more unity amongst your poster collection, each of the above prints is also available in a different color variation so that all-three posters have the same golden-brown hues (you can see those variants over at UGO). The posters pictured above will have 850 prints of each available for purchase while the other variants will only have 275 prints available (all posters are sized 24"x36"). No pricetag was revealed, but if you're interested in buying them, they will be on sale at a random time this Friday on New Year's Eve. Stay tuned to Mondo's website and their Twitter page so you don't miss getting your hands on these great posters. What do you think?
Reader Feedback - 23 Comments
these posters are pretty bad ass i must say. gotta get me them
KING on Dec 29, 2010
Way too busy, and distracting.
Knawx on Dec 29, 2010
#2 I agree. Looks more like a doodle pulled from a bored students notebook that they drew during algebra. It's not bad drawing, it's just overwhelming in it's complexity. Cool for a doodle, bad for a poster.
phillip on Dec 29, 2010
I like them.
Xerxex on Dec 29, 2010
What's with all the Star Wars posters on here recently? These posters are to cluttered. Not near as elegant as the ones we saw here a couple weeks back from Olly Moss (I think that was the name). These just look like an over-saturated comic book.
jjboldt on Dec 29, 2010
too crowded and with all these pictures, posters, and stories...im waiting for the sudden 'GUESS WHAT NEW STAR WARS MOVIE' to suddenly hit home.....
Jericho on Dec 29, 2010
#3 is fucking epic the symmetry on it is just perfect and the dark ambiance of it is just perfect
Nick on Dec 29, 2010
ah. another star wars series...ok i see.. theyre nice. i get it. cool. on sale for on random time with limited amount of copies available... whatever.
cyn on Dec 29, 2010
Those are actually very impressive lots of detail
Jimmy Love on Dec 29, 2010
First impression: too busy. Despite the tracing of photos and movie stills, there's too much in these posters.
bring my shuttle... on Dec 29, 2010
Al on Dec 29, 2010
Fuck Star Wars,
asd on Dec 29, 2010
asd that seems a bit drastic.
Xerxex on Dec 29, 2010
Im with 10, its been 30 friggin years, if there gonna make more they need to just say so and stop milking the very last drops they can out of an already dead horse. Its the constant fan nostalgia like this that kind of makes me hate what star wars has become.
Cody w on Dec 30, 2010
i like these, they are pretty cool. they'll look cool on my ipod as wallpaper.
moviereplicas on Dec 30, 2010
crowded posters ..but cool
ChrisC5g on Dec 30, 2010
They have a very comic-book feel to them. Neat. But christ-- How many more "brilliant" posters do we have to look at before we hear some real Star Wars news? I wanna see a brilliant poster for another god damned Star Wars film already. Sorry, these and the hundred others that have been posted in the last year are wonderful, but they're doing NOTHING for me. This is simply fan-fic masterbation material.
Cracky on Dec 30, 2010
A5J4DX on Dec 31, 2010
I like them
moif on Dec 31, 2010
This guy is good.
Fisherr on Jan 1, 2011
Tyler draws this stuff by hand on paper, then scans the images into illustrator to clean them up. All you noobs accusing him of tracing over movie stills have no clue what you are talking about.
Jared Siegel on Jan 23, 2011
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