Check Out Tomer Hanuka's Wonderful 'Melancholia' Mondo Poster

March 13, 2012
Source: MoviePie, Mondo

Tomer Hanuka's Melancholia

Yes, I've nagged and ranted about the various Melancholia posters that we released for the film last year, but I finally have one that I can say is damn fine. And indeed it's another Mondo poster. Justin tweeted out that their new poster for Lars von Trier's Melancholia, timed perfectly with the release of the film on DVD/Blu-Ray this week, has been unveiled on Movie Pie. It's designed by Tomer Hanuka and also has a recolored variant, both of which look stunning. If you've seen the film, you'll know exactly what scene this is from, involving Kirsten Dunst. But it's made in a way that makes it feel much more mystical, check it out.

Melancholia Mondo PosterMelancholia Mondo Poster

Mondo will officially release these for sale on Friday, so stay tuned to @MondoNews for updates. These two posters are hand numbered and available in editions of 120 each. The posters are 24"x36" screenprints and certainly look gorgeous. If you're a big fan of this film, more for these kind of intriguing elements (and this scene), then I would say this is a definite pick-up for you. Mondo just opened their official gallery in Austin, TX, however they keep churning out fantastic new prints anyway, like this. I'm just happy we finally have a good poster for von Trier's Melancholia. If you're interested to see it, it's finally out on DVD/Blu-Ray now.

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I think they're great. Not sure about the font though...

Isildur_of_Numenor on Mar 13, 2012


It's too small to tell, but maybe they're made of different moon/planet phases? Or little moons/Melancholia planets? That would be kinda cool if it was...

Alex Billington on Mar 13, 2012


Hmm... I can't tell. It would be cool to see Antares in there though.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Mar 13, 2012


I agree about the font. I know they were trying to do the whole stars/planet thing or whatever, but it doesn't work. The image is beautiful, but it doesn't caputure the visual style of the movie, that was less monochromatic and more refined.

Davide Coppola on Mar 13, 2012


I likes me some Hanuka. Actually the Hanuka brothers both do the good stuff. Check his brothers blog here: That work is pretty powerful.

Crapola on Mar 13, 2012

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