Check Out Francesco Francavilla's Brand New 'District 9' Art Print
Those fokkin' prawns! Feast your eyes on this fresh new art print from "prolific record label and pop culture provocateurs" SpaceLab9, which will be selling this print as part of a promotion for the pre-order launch of their District 9 Original Soundtrack Expanded Version vinyl LP. The print goes on sale starting tomorrow, November 11th, along with the vinyl for pre-orders. SpaceLab9 commissioned Francesco Francavilla, an Italian comic book artist known for his own series The Black Beetle and other comic art, to design this print for Neill Blomkamp's debut sci-fi film District 9 from 2009, with Sharlto Copley as Wikus. See below.
Here's the 18"x24" print for Neill Blomkamp's District 9 by Francesco Francavilla made for SpaceLab9:
The art, limited to only 100 hand-screened prints are on high quality 100 lb. pure white French construction stock and printed with archival quality inks by renowned printmakers Vahalla Studios. The prints will be offered exclusively from SpaceLab9.com starting on Tuesday, November 11th, in conjunction with the pre-sale of the District 9: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [Deluxe Expanded Version] Double LP, also released by SpaceLab9. In addition, the prints are hand-signed by artist Francesco Francavilla and include a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Each print is 18"x24" in size and will be sold directly from this shop online. Aside from no title block (likely due to licensing) I quite like this art. And I still do love this movie.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but that's just a massive spoiler right there o_O
Sandro on Nov 10, 2014
Seeing as how it's been out for about five years now, hopefully most people interested in this poster have seen this film. Anyways, looks like a sweet poster, probably cost a pretty penny though since it's limited to only 100 copies.
Justin R on Nov 10, 2014
I wish they would have incorporated the "gift" somehow,
DAVIDPD on Nov 10, 2014
cool art for shitty movie
ThornAngel on Nov 11, 2014
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