Sundance hit and bonafide charmer, Jordan Vogt-Roberts‘ The Kings of Summer continues world domination this weekend as it rolls out to thirty-odd new theaters, giving you fans of great teen cinema even less of an excuse not to catch the comedic gem on a big screen near you. To celebrate its theater expansion (and, also to celebrate just how much we love this film), we’re happy to be giving away a massive prize pack of five new alternative posters for the film. The new posters come to us from artists Rich Kelly, Jon Wilcox, Jay Ryan, eBoy, and Adam Schickling. Still better? The Kelly and Wilcox joints will arrive at your house signed by their artists.

Want to decorate the walls of your newly-built summer hideaway with not one, not two, not even three, not even four, but five specially-designed posters for The Kings of Summer? Hit the break to find out how. You can also check out big versions of all five posters for your discerning eye to contemplate.

Oh, we’re going to make this one simple for you. Just take to the comments and post a note about one of your favorite crazy teen summer memories (let’s keep it PG, people). We’ll randomly pick from everyone who shares their own memory for our winner.

The contest will close on Thursday, June 13th at 6PM EST. The winners will be chosen at random to receive one poster prize pack as described above.

The Kings of Summer expands into a mess of new theaters today, click here to find a theater near you and to purchase tickets.

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