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Mondo Hatches Gorgeous ALIEN Poster (Exclusive)

Mondo Hatches Gorgeous ALIEN Poster (Exclusive)

Star Wars ushered in a new age of people looking up at the night sky and wondering about far off distant worlds where mighty heroes overcome unprecedented odds to fight evil. The age of wonderment in relation to space had never been higher. That lasted for about two years, until Ridley Scott‘s Alien made everybody terrified that space was full of giant acid-blooded murder beasts that burst out of your chest. Which is true, I hear. That movie is a masterpiece of modern horror and the H.R. Giger design for the xenomorph remains one of the most iconic in films. To celebrate it, and in honor of the upcoming Alien: Covenant, Mondo is offering this gorgeous new print.

ALIEN by NC Winters

The piece is by artist NC Winters and it depicts the chilling Giger design, with his initial see-through head into which you can see a decidedly human skull. It’s a handsome 24″x 36″, printed by DL Screenprinting, and will run you $50.

This poster is on sale now and will be available for purchase through Friday May 19, which is conveniently the release date for Alien: Covenant. You can order on the MondoTees website, or if you pre-order tickets to any Alamo Drafthouse screening of Covenant.

In addition to the poster, ticket buyers in all Alamo Drafthouse regions can also get this snazzy new Alien enamel pin as well, which is, if you’ll pardon the phrase, mouthwatering.

ALIEN enamel pin

And people who buy tickets in Austin, San Francisco, and Brooklyn can get the Alamo Drafthouse exclusive version of the previously released Alien Tiki mug, as if I weren’t even more jealous that I don’t live near any of those places.

Alien made us all fear the darkness of space, but with this new poster, you can be even more scared of the stark brightness of the perfect biomechanical killing machine.

Let us know your thoughts on Mondo’s newest print in the comments below!

Images: Mondo/Twentieth Century Fox

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