New Posters Galore From Ryan, Kelly, Moss, Taylor! On Sale Now!

If there were an All Star team for poster making, these dudes would be in the starting line up. We have releases from Jay Ryan, Rich Kelly, Olly Moss and Ken Taylor. Read on for info! Poster by Jay Ryan. 18"x 24" screen print. Signed and numbered by Jay. Edition of 250. Click HERE to buy. Jay Ryan printed this at The Bird Machine and hand signed and numbered them. The printing, as always, is top notch and features two different metallic inks on the helmet. Poster by Rich Kelly. 18"x 24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 200. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Click HERE to buy. Rich Kelly really went all out with this. As iconic as Maria is, most METROPOLIS posters feature her and we thought that we could do something different with this. Also, the entirety of the text on the poster is in German. Poster by Olly Moss. 16"x 24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 200. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Click HERE to buy. Overture came to us after seeing the work Olly did on the Roadshow poster series and asked for him by name. As you can see, he did not disappoint. Olly worked in a lot of ideas on this poster including the fangs on the title and the coolest part...the morse code with the bite marks. A lot of people were asking during Fantastic Fest and the morse code translates out to "kiss." Poster by Olly Moss. 16"x 24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 95. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Click HERE to buy. Olly was pulling double duty at Fantastic Fest this year as he provided an official poster for the Quentin Dupieux (Mr. Oizo) film RUBBER. Fact: This movie is AMAZING and so is the poster. Also available in a green variant available HERE. Poster by Ken Taylor. 24"x 36" screen print w/ glow in the dark ink. Hand numbered. Edition of 190. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Click HERE to buy. Last but not least, we have Ken Taylor on POLTERGEIST. We had an outdoor screening of this last night here in Austin, TX and I found myself looking at the screen and then looking back at the poster checking the accuracy of the tree, house, clouds, etc. and let me say, Ken did his homework. Plus, the orange glows in the dark on this poster! -Justin