Like any great film festival, Fantastic Fest draws attendees for a number of reasons. Some come for the discovery of genre films from around the world, others come for that famous Alamo Drafthouse experience, but some — probably more than you’d think — also come for the art. The advantage of Fantastic Fest comes with the inclusion of Mondo, Alamo’s boutique poster and t-shirt sales machine. Purveyors of prints that geeks the world over would give life and limb to see hung on their collective walls, Mondo has always been a bastion of what is cool in the world of nerd wall-dressings. And for Fantastic Fest 2011, they are taking things to the next level. Names like Olly Moss, Drew Struzan, Jock and Ken Taylor have contributed art to a line-up that will make you drool. Then, unless you’re here in Austin this week, it’s going to make you angry. Because you can only buy them on-site at Mondo. That said, lets take a look at this year’s line-up.

Not included is the Olly Moss designed print for An American Werewolf in London, which won’t be released until the screening on Saturday night. We’ll bring that one to you as soon as it’s available.

First up, the official Fantastic Fest poster by Mike Saputo (18″ x 24″), edition of 135, $30.

Frankenstein by Drew Struzan, edition of 325, $285.

Click here to see the rest of the art, including a pair of Jock-designed posters for Zombie.


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