Remember, Remember César Moreno's 'V for Vendetta' Mondo Poster

January 9, 2013
Source: Mondo

V for Vendetta

Remember, remember… you know the rest. Plus, that was 65 days ago. Nonetheless, I will still defend and support James McTeigue's V for Vendetta from 2005, one of my all-time favorite films. I keep watching it every year and always love it just as much as I did the very first time I saw it. There's something enduring about it. Mondo Tees has commissioned a new poster for the film from artist César Moreno and, as is the usual with Mondo, it's an impressive bit of art. I love the imagery found within and out and the otherwise sleek look of the mask standing out on its own. Great work, I hope I can get my hands on one. In full below!

Cesar Moreno's V for Vendetta Poster Art

Cesar Moreno's V for Vendetta Poster Art

Cesar Moreno's V for Vendetta Poster Art

Cesar Moreno's V for Vendetta Poster Art

The photos and news comes from Mondo: The Blog, where they have even more images and info on the release. This V for Vendetta print by César Moreno will be screenprinted in an edition of 300 at 24" x 36" on sale for only $35 starting tomorrow (January 10th) on the Mondo website. It's a random time and announcement, so there's not much else to do besides pray and wait and hope for the best. Mondo, even after all the years of art and growth and complaints, continues to produce stunning, original movie artwork that no matter what, sometimes I've just gotta get my hands on. What do you think of this new poster?

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That is quite impressive.

DAVIDPD on Jan 9, 2013


That's pretty good... Wish the folk in hollywood would hire more artists like him.

Ricardo J C Marques on Jan 9, 2013


Photoshop is king in Hollywood sadly Ricardo, drawing is too slow for the machine, plus how can people recognise the star if it's a drawing? He he.

Carpola on Jan 9, 2013


Back in the day they where all drawings... good ol' times... Dunno what happened.

Ricardo J C Marques on Jan 9, 2013


In a similar way I used to design a lot of club flyers, we used to get a lot of free reign, the information was often hidden away in clever ways and not always obvious, we'd spend hours drawing designs and editing them together on the computer to create cool things that people actually collected. Later as competition grew with different nights, the promoters just asked us to make the club name and the dj as big as possible thinking the public to be too stupid, they would often say things like 'The people that go to our club might not notice that, make it bigger'?! I think it's the same with movie posters now, it has to have a clear photo of the stars with the title nice and readable. With Photoshop now people really want stuff battered out quickly, often the actors heads look stuck on funny bodies a lot of the time. But it's like the Avid/Bad Robot video that was a few posts back talking about how now a film can nearly be edited even when it's in Theatres! The old posters were often the vision of one hyper talented individual, a master of composition and colour, someone like Bob Peak or Bernie Fuchs, but now it comes down to a team of people working on many parts. I suppose now the artistic posters are now for collectors, made after the film comes out, with lots of references from the movie in them, which is also cool. I got to see a few Screenprints that had been featured on here at a new store that had opened up in my city specialising in Gig Posters and art prints and if I had a bit more room at home I'd have bought a lot of them. Sorry for the waffle there!

Carpola on Jan 9, 2013


Purely awesome. Also great movie.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Jan 10, 2013


How fast do these damn things sell out? I check five minutes apart and it went live and gone before I know it. I wanted this so dang bad!

AC Slater on Jan 10, 2013



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