Mondo Releases Two Del Toro Posters from The Criterion Collection - Cronos and The Devil's Backbone
Mondo is famous for creating some incredible artwork based on horror films. They have collaborated with The Criterion Collection and are releasing posters inspired by two Guillermo del Toro films, Cronos and The Devil's Backbone. You've gotta see these!
From the Press Release
Mondo continues their collaboration with The Criterion Collection by celebrating two releases from one of their favorite filmmakers, Guillermo del Toro. Cronos (spine #551) features artwork by the legendary Mike Mignola and separations made especially for this screenprint by multiple Eisner award-winning colorist David Stewart. The Devil's Backbone (spine #666) features all new artwork by the renowned comic illustrator Guy Davis in a beautiful nine color screenprint.
The Criterion Collection has stunning Blu-ray and DVD editions of both The Devil's Backbone and Cronos available now. Please check www.Criterion.com for more information.
Mondo will be selling the screenprints for Cronos and The Devil's Backbone starting Wednesday, July 31. Be sure to follow @MondoNews on Twitter for the on-sale announcement.
Guillermo del Toro made an auspicious and audacious feature debut with Cronos, a highly unorthodox tale about the seductiveness of the idea of immortality. Kindly antiques dealer Jesús Gris (Federico Luppi) happens upon an ancient golden device in the shape of a scarab and soon finds himself the possessor and victim of its sinister, addictive powers as well as the target of a mysterious American named Angel (a delightfully crude and deranged Ron Perlman). Featuring marvelous special makeup effects and the haunting imagery for which del Toro has become world-renowned, Cronos is a dark, visually rich, and emotionally captivating fantasy.
Artist: Mike Mignola
Edition Size: 185
Size: 18 x 24"
About The Devil's Backbone
One of the most personal films by Guillermo del Toro, The Devil's Backbone is also among his most frightening and emotionally layered. Set during the final week of the Spanish Civil War, it tells the tale of a twelve-year-old boy who, after his freedom-fighting father is killed, is sent to a haunted rural orphanage full of terrible secrets. Del Toro expertly combines Gothic ghost story, murder mystery, and historical melodrama in a stylish mélange that, like his later Pan's Labyrinth, reminds us the scariest monsters are often the human ones.
Artist: Guy Davis
Edition Size: 210
Size: 18 x 24"
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