The young Clark Kent
You already know my love of Ken Taylor’s amazing Mondo work, which I’ve covered already on my blog, but he’s touched my heart string so much with his latest work he’s created for the Man of Steel, its such a stunning, beautiful and innocent vision of the young Clark Kent pretending to be a superhero at a tender age, something all of us ‘Geek Boys’ did at that time, but it’s how he’s captured Clark’s innocence before he has to realise the powers, and the foreboding responsibility he needs to become this man..this ‘Superman’ that needs protect his inherited home world…
The Art of Ken Taylor
…Blimey I didn’t realise how much I was looking forward to this film until now.. Can’t wait the share my thoughts after I’ve seen it…
There’s something quite aesthetically pleasing about the minimalist style of Mondo Posters and these new ET and Jaws poster by Mike Mitchell and Laurent Durieux are no exception. Especially the Jaws poster…which is ‘so’ reminiscent of the old 40’s LNER Railway Posters…Can you spot all the Easter eggs in the Jaws poster as well? Pippet makes an appearance, Chief Brody’s car, the Brody children, Alex Kitner’s raft… What beautifully crafted Mondo posters.
They sold out in the first hour of launch today on the Mondo website …I quite fancied the Jaws poster 😦
Artist Ken Taylor give’s John Carpenter’s classic horror movie Halloween the Mondo poster treatment, this brilliant poster is for the Debra Hill Film Festival which are screening the film on October 26th and 27th at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles hosted by the Producers Guild of America.
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