Mondo Debuts THE WICKER MAN Poster Art!

Mondo has announced they will debut beautiful artwork for the British horror movie, THE WICKER MAN tomorrow. The artwork is by Laurent Durieux and is in partnership with Nautilus Art Prints. Get a peek at the artwork and find out how to get your prints down below.

From The Press Release

Tomorrow we’re pleased to release the most pagan poster in our partnership with our friends at Nautilus Art Prints: THE WICKER MAN by Laurent Durieux. We’ll have the regular edition available on our site, and Nautilus will carry the variant version of the poster over on theirs.

THE WICKER MAN is a brilliant, slow burn occult horror film that still shocks and awes nearly a half-century later. Edward Woodward stars as a pious police officer investigating the disappearance of a young girl on the isolated island of Summerisle, ruled by Christopher Lee in one of his most iconic roles.

Things (un)naturally spiral out of control into a series of increasingly inhuman revelations that make this movie the great granddaddy of the entire folk-horror film genre. Equal parts idyllic and sinister, Laurent’s artwork is a beautiful tribute to a terror classic with an all-timer ending.

Mondo will offer the Regular version of the poster exclusively at 11 AM (CT) on 9/17 via The Drop, while the Variant can be picked up over at Nautilus Art Prints.

THE WICKER MAN Screenprinted Poster (Mondo Exclusive). Artwork by Laurent Durieux. 24″x36″ screenprinted poster. Edition of 275. Printed by VG Kids. Hand-numbered. Available at mondoshop.com via The Drop Sept 17th at 11AM CT. Expected to ship in October 2020. Ships Worldwide. $70.

THE WICKER MAN Variant Screenprinted Poster (Nautilus Exclusive). Artwork by Laurent Durieux. 61×91,44 cm. Edition of 125. Printed by VG Kids. Hand-numbered. On sale at Nautilus Art Prints September 17th at 7pm Brussels Time GMT+1. €85.

About Michael Juvinall (3887 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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