Mondo Releases ‘Back To The Future Part II’ Poster By Laurent Durieux
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2015 is not only the biggest year for movies, it is also the year Marty McFly visited in Back To The Future Part II. And while we have yet to experience a fully rendered interactive hologram shark, hoverboards, or places were you don’t need roads, you might want to consider taking a look at Mondo’s latest poster for Back to the Future Part II, which is just one of the many pieces that will debut at Laurent Durieux‘s art show at the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas.

Hit the jump to see both sets of posters.

Our friends over at /Film got the chance to debut the poster exclusively on their site. Durieux most recent work was seen over in Los Angeles for the Mondo Mystery Movie, where attendees received limited edition posters for Die Hard. The artist will be in town to also sign for posters during the opening of his show.

The slightly darker blue one is the regular, while the green one is the variant. The regular is an edition of 575, and the variant is an edition of 225. If you plan on attending the event, the at 4115 Guadalupe Street in Austin, TX. The exhibit remains on display through March 1.

Posters [click for larger view]

[Source: /Film]

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1 Comment »

  1. Very “Syd Mead’s Blade Runner Concept Art”-ish

    Comment by Dar — February 5, 2014 @ 6:58 pm

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