Robocop / posters pt 1

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Handmade minimal poster for a newer Robocop design, available here in A3 or A3+.

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“Robocop” by Kilian Eng. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 110 N.

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“Robocop” variant by Kilian Eng. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 110 N.

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“Robocop” by Vincent Aseo. 18″ x 24″ Screenprint on Rainbow Foil. Ed of 50 N.

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“Robocop” by Kevin Tong (for Mondo posters). 24″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 300 N.

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“Robocop”,  24×18, print available here.

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“Robocop” by Tom Whalen. 12″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 300 N.

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“Robocop” by Matt Ferguson. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 125 N.

 

17 thoughts on “Robocop / posters pt 1

  1. Some of these are exceptional! My favourites being the 6th one, Kevin Tong, Tom Whalen and Matt Ferguson prints. Least favourite is the first one and the sketch firing the guns.

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  2. ‘Dead or Alive’, i say, These are all very maginificent and talently drawn posters. The creativity in the very first right hand coner, with what seems like DNA codes running through Murphys legs is my favourite but they are all very alluring. It is a wonderful movie that I treasure.

    Sincerely Sonea

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      • I have only seen a few short scenes of the remake when it had aired on TV. Though I can respect and be open minded of it looking aesthetically pleasing, I have too much of a love for the 1987 version which can’t be swayed from my heart as there are certain scenes that made me emotional in a ‘special’ way. I do not often like watching remakes that really do not need it I feel, this movie being one of them.

        I think Paul Verhoeven is a fanatstic visionary of a director and I have always enjoyed his take on sci fi . Notably Starship Troopers, Hollow Man and Total Recall.

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  3. […] Now as you all know I love science fiction and Mr. Bobinsky offers a blog that is pretty much dedicated to this fantastic medium. He has a vast knowledge of science fiction, but not only on mainstream science fiction, but also on a few lesser known movies. I have had a couple of great discussions over on his blog with him, and he really is an incredibly kind guy to talk to as well. He also has, what I think a very unique looking blog, that offers a wealth of reviews, augmented reality posts, and also features about the history of aerospace. But one of the things on his blog that I have really come to like the most is the enormous amount of truly awesome posters that he provides for classic science fiction / horror films. I keep wondering where he finds them each time but they are really spectacular to look at. In short, this is a blog that you just get lost in when you visit there. So in other words, head over there now, and take a look around. It is worth your time, and I promise that you will follow him after you have done so. Here is a link to one of those post that features posters, this one for the Robocop movie. […]

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