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It seems the Academy has recognized just how amazing Mondo is. They're now archiving the collectible art boutique's posters, including its first collaboration with the legendary Drew Struzan.
Continuing the Universal Monsters series, Struzan and Mondo have presented a breathtaking poster for James Whale's FRANKENSTEIN (1931). As per usual, the poster will go on sale at a random time and date, not yet announced. Follow Mondo News on Twitter for the info.
In addition to the Academy's decision to bring the artwork to The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Margaret Herrick Library, Mondo has launched Mondo Archive, where you can longingly stare at every poster they've released.
Mondo's creative director Justin Ishmael says, "We're extremely grateful to the Academy for its interest in archiving Mondo's poster collection. We're fans of movie art, first and foremost, and to have our artists' work archived alongside some of the classics of movie poster art is an incredible honor."
They deserve it. For more, head to the official site, and pick up FANGORIA #303 where Ishmael and I discussed his ten favorite horror pieces from Mondo.
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