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Mondo Announces New STAR WARS & INDIANA JONES


 

Mondo Partners with Acme Archives to Produce Screen Prints for

"Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones"

Mondo Kicks Things Off with Luke Skywalker And

Looks Forward to the Very First Mondo Art for Indiana Jones

 

Austin, TX - Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - Mondo is thrilled to announce its new partnership with Acme Archives to create and offer licensed prints for Star Wars andIndiana Jones, two of the greatest film series of all time. In 2010, Mondo artists created a stunning limited run of original works of art based on the original Star Wars trilogy, which included the now iconic triptych of minimalist brilliance by artist Olly Moss. Mondo is ecstatic to return to the galaxy far far away and will also be producing its first ever film prints for everyone's favorite archeologist. As part of the Mondo-Acme relationship, fans can also expect limited-edition products from their favorite DreamWorks Animation properties, The X-Files and more.

"We've been a fan of Acme Archives and what they do for years. I think this partnership presents a really great opportunity for new properties, new artist relationships, and overall, a really exciting bunch of releases," said Mondo Creative Director Mitch Putnam.

Lisa McLain of Acme Archives happily pointed out, "Most of our staff collects Mondo posters and we have always had tremendous respect for their creative direction.  We have been working on this relationship for years and are so happy to see it come to fruition."

The new partnership with Acme kicks off with an amazing print from artist Mike Mitchell, profiling Luke Skywalker in X-Wing flight gear. This is the first in a series of Star Warsprofiles from Mitchell. The 12x16 giclee print, titled "Red Five," will be available as a timed sale for 72 hours starting on Thursday, March 17.

"Despite being a pop culture powerhouse, Star Wars never ceases to inspire me due to its breadth of wonderfully original and creative characters. I'm excited to have the opportunity to show you my favorites. I think if you're a fan of Star Wars, you're going to enjoy what's in store," said artist Mike Mitchell.