ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR APRIL 4, 2016

April already?!? Where does the time go? Oh well; here’s another set of posters to start your week off right. Enjoy!

By the way I’m not sure about the other posters but I do know that Zardoz by Richey Beckett will soon be for sale at Mondo. Click the link to find out more!

Escape from New York by Dan Hipp

Escape from New York by Dan Hipp

Game of Thrones by Aaron Horkey

Game of Thrones by Aaron Horkey

My Week with Marilyn by Joseph

My Week with Marilyn by Joseph

Possession by Taychin Dunn

Possession by Taychin Dunn

Terminator by Samuel Ho

Terminator by Samuel Ho

The Shining by Jason Heatherly

The Shining by Jason Heatherly

Thunderball by Mike Mahle

Thunderball by Mike Mahle

2001: A Space Odyssey by Nikita Kaun

2001: A Space Odyssey by Nikita Kaun

Zardoz by Richey Beckett

Zardoz by Richey Beckett

American Psycho by Ferenc Konya

American Psycho by Ferenc Konya

Legend by Christopher King

Legend by Christopher King

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Alexander Iaccarino

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Alexander Iaccarino

Burn After Reading by Mark Juhasz

Burn After Reading by Mark Juhasz

Lolita by Bartosz Kosowski

Lolita by Bartosz Kosowski

The Mummy by MO CARO

The Mummy by MO CARO

The Nightmare Before Christmas by Mandie Manzano

The Nightmare Before Christmas by Mandie Manzano

 

 

 

 

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20 thoughts on “ALT-POSTR-MONDAY FOR APRIL 4, 2016

    • This may come as a surprise but actually, no, I don’t own either book; although I did peruse the second book at Barnes & Noble for ideas. There is some great stuff there but I don’t think it has to dictate what I choose to present. Excellent comment.

  1. Whoah, that one for 2001 was intense with the fetus and such. Oh, hey, “Legend”! That’s almost like a lobby card, very well done. Oh dear, I know that’s Lolita’s heart sucker but the perspective is very… suggestive. 😉 And the lovely KARLOFF, excellent likeness. It’s also something we noticed watching those old films. We knew him as Boris Karloff and suddenly we’re seeing his name as KARLOFF. We wondered why that was and then figured it out.

    Beautifully wondrous Nightmare Before Christmas in stained glass. ❤

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