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The Posters of the Mondo Gallery Opening

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As we just mentioned in our Photo Tour of the New Mondo Gallery, the folks at Mondo opened their gallery today to a great deal of fanfare. Lines of soaking wet devotees stretched down Guadalupe St., press packed in early to mingle and in some cases (yours truly) spend all of their hard-earned allowance, and despite the terrible weather, an incredible time was had by all.

And now that we’ve presented you with a photo tour, it’s time to give you a close-up look at some of the art presented for the opening. There’s a little Tyler Stout, some Phantom City Creative, some Aaron Horkey and plenty more to satiate your hearts desire for great cinematic art. And this is just the tip of the iceberg…

Be warned: We’ve decided to keep this gallery to all one page (it looks better that way), that may cause some slower than usual load times for some users. Please be patient. It’s worth it.

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KAHN
Tyler Stout
24×36
Edition of 635 (regular), 280 (variant)

A TRIP TO THE MOON
Phantom City Creative
18×24
Edition of 145

THE WAR OF THE WORLDS
Kako
24×36
Edition of 120

FORBIDDEN PLANET
Kevin Tong
24×36
Edition of 225

FANTASTIC PLANET
Aaron Horkey
20×28
Edition of 332 (regular), 106 (variant)

THE HAND OF MING

Acrylic on Wood Panel
Artist – Jason Edmiston

DEATH IN ’91
Oil on Wood
Artist – Esao Andrews

PARTY PLANET
Watercolor on Paper
Artist – Scott Campbell

RACHEL
Gouache on Paper
Artist – Craig Drake

SETH BRUNDLE
Acrylic on Board
Artist – Rich Kelly

MATTHEW BENNELL
Acrylic on Board
Artist – Rich Kelly

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH
Acrylic on Board
Artist – Ken Taylor

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet.

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