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Mondo, the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible art boutique, is a monster of a brand. In a climate of oft-tedious and redundant one-sheets, they’re employing some of the most exciting artists today to craft images for films, both classic and contemporary, that we can all be proud to hang on our walls. We’re delighted to debut the latest in their Universal Monsters series, a limited edition and absolutely stunning poster for the immortal DRACULA.
Created by a marriage between the drawing of Russian-born Vania Zouravliov (who does beautiful work at the London-based Big Active) and the text of Aaron Horkey (who was responsible for Mondo’s TRUE GRIT piece), the DRACULA print is elegant and eerie, and really something to behold.
DRACULA will come in regular (black & white) and variant (color) editions, which both go on sale tomorrow at a random time (which will be announced via Mondo’s Twitter, @MondoNews) at their official site. The regular is priced at $60 and limited to a number of 330, while the variant, of which there will only be 65, will cost $110.
Ogle away, and below both DRACULA posters you can find the other amazing works in the Universal Monster Series: THE BRIDE and THE WOLF MAN, both by Martin Ansin.
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