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Godzilla by Yuko Shimizu

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Godzilla by Yuko Shimizu, formerly the art for The Criterion Collection’s excellent blu-ray box-set: Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films, 1954–1975, has been turned into a screenprint release by Black Dragon Press, working in collaboration with Mondo in the US. The result is a poster edition full to the brim with visible process, saturated colour, and the unmistakable hand of the artist. 

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The Clash, Bond International 40th anniversary limited edition silkscreened poster.

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In 1981, The Clash cemented their cultural status as The Only Band That Matters, when they played an unprecedented 17 shows at the Bonds International Casino in Times Square, New York. In homage to the 40th anniversary of this significant moment in rock history, we worked with Global Merch to create a new art print edition of this truly classic concert poster. 

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Late Spring & Early Summer by Katherine Lam

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With a new pair of screenprinted posters, Black Dragon Press and Katherine Lam explore the subtle gravitas of Yasujirō Ozu’s first two titles in the Noriko Trilogy. Via Lam’s effortless compositional skill at framing dark against light, we are drawn into the room, where the experience is disarmingly intimate and peculiarly first-hand. 

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Playing Cards Gold Editions by Mahdieh Farhadkiaei

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Iranian artist Mahdieh Farhadkiaei has worked with Black Dragon Press to deliver a second edition of her effortlessly elegant, deceptively questioning, playing card screenprints. Allow the work to draw a second glance, and one quickly realises that this artist is offering a great deal more than simply riffing playfully on the presumed knowns that we take for granted.

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Sound of Metal by La Boca

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Scintillating concept and sublime execution are the order of the day for La Boca’s official Sound of Metal poster. Screenprinted in popping fluorescents, this evocation of the Oscar winning film speaks vividly about loss, acceptance, and the shape and colour of renewal. 

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Agatha Christie's Evil Under the Sun edition by WBYK

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Black Dragon Press revisits the Agatha Christie classics, this time with WBYK at the artwork helm. For their approach to this first in the trilogy of prints, the Australian design duo have explored the costumes and flamboyant fashion style of the film’s era, to compelling effect. 

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Is blue the deepest colour? Moonlight by Malika Favre.

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In her new screenprint edition, Malika Favre’s colour palette delivers a trenchant exposé of the Barry Jenkins film. Yet in the blue alone, there is even more to find. Characterful and defining, a place to get lost and found, it is in blue that we find the hidden hand that guides. 

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Lake Shore Drive II (Night) by Murugiah

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The vividly colourful mind of Murugiah has been a fascinating place for us to visit. We have journeyed through some far reach, via this new print edition, produced at the White Duck Editions studio. Using both giclée and screenprint disciplines to deliver the work, here we give a little insight into the making of this artist’s exquisite new print release. 

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Metropolis screen print poster by Ethan Sharp

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Following on from his masterful Perfect Blue, Ethan Sharp has created a highly charged poster for Rintaro’s Metropolis. Compositionally and emotionally riven, Sharp’s poster nods to the original work of Fritz Lang, delivers on the promises made by every Metropolis poster that came before, and then goes one step further. 

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Jurassic Park by Bella Grace

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Bella Grace has created a superb Jurassic Park poster for Vice Press, which explores the classic Spielberg film via a series of iconic scenes and locations. Naturally, T-rex holds dominion, but what would a great Jurassic Park poster be without her snarling involvement?

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