The future is now and Hero Complex Gallery has one final 2017 timed release for Drew Struzan’s Back to the Future artwork screen print. HCG used scans of the original painting to create the perfect print with close consultation and approval of Drew to make sure it looks like the original poster from the beloved trilogy. I remember seeing the first Back to the Future and falling in love with not only Marty and the Professor but the DeLorean! Those gull wing doors, the color and the crazy future that seemed so far away I wasn’t sure we’d even make it! Sadly I was never able to buy my dream car or travel to the future and the past but at least fans from across the world can now own a piece cinema history with the limited edition print. A lucky few will even have the print signed by Drew Struzan himself! This poster design will always bring back memories of not only seeing the movie as a kid in Davenport, IA but also my hopes for the future. So mark your calendar for the timed release and get your card ready for the perfect addition for any collector and an ideal Valentine Day gift to the love of your life, BFF, mom, dad or what the heck YOURSELF!
Back to the Future ‘One Sheet Version’ by Drew Struzan
Back to the Future ‘One Sheet Version’ and Back to the Future ‘Art Print Version’
by Drew Struzan
24 x 36 inches
*Edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold
starting 12/23/17 and ending at midnight 1/15/18
Posters – $135 ea.
Add-on Drew Struzan Signature – $50 ea.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE QUANTITY OF DREW STRUZAN SIGNATURES ARE LIMITED
SO BE SURE TO SECURE YOURS TODAY!
TIMED EDITION SALE FAQ
Q: How does a Timed Edition sale work?
A: IN A TIMED EDITION SALE, A POSTER OR POSTERS ARE PUT ON SALES FOR A PREDETERMINED AMOUNT OF TIME – IN THIS CASE FROM DECEMBER 23RD UNTIL 11:59PM PACIFIC TIME ON JANUARY 15TH, 2018. HOWEVER MANY POSTERS SELL IN THAT TIME PERIOD WILL DICTATE THE EDITION SIZE. IF WE ONLY SELL 50 COPIES, THE EDITION WILL BE HAND-NUMBERED OUT OF 50. IF WE SELL 5,000, THE EDITION WILL BE HAND-NUMBERED OUT OF 5,000, AND SO ON. WE’LL MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE EDITION SIZE AFTER THE SALE CLOSES.
Q: How many posters can I purchase?
A: BECAUSE THESE ARE TIMED EDITIONS, THERE IS NO LIMIT TO HOW MANY POSTERS YOU CAN BUY.
Q: Can I combine this order with my other poster orders?
A: NO….BECAUSE OF THE VALUE OF THESE POSTERS WE WILL NOT BE COMBINING ANY ORDERS TOGETHER TO HELP PREVENT AGAINST POTENTIAL DAMAGE.
Q: Will Drew sign my poster, and if so, how much is it?
A: IN ORDER TO ALLOW FOR THE MOST OPTIONS POSSIBLE AND TO ALLOW AFFORDABLE OPTIONS FOR ALL BUDGETS, WE ARE OFFERING DREW STRUZAN SIGNATURES SEPARATELY FROM THE POSTERS THEMSELVES. IF YOU CHOOSE TO ADD DREW’S SIGNATURE TO YOUR POSTER WHEN PURCHASING, IT WILL COST AN ADDITIONAL $50.
Q: Do you ship internationally?
A: YES, WE DO SHIP INTERNATIONALLY, POSTAGE RATES ARE AUTO-CALCULATED DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU LIVE.
Q: I live in Los Angeles, will you offer Gallery Pick-ups for this timed edition?
A: YES, WE WILL BE ABLE TO OFFER LOCAL PICKUP THIS TIME, PLEASE USE COUPON CODE #LOCALPICKUP WHEN PLACING YOUR ORDER.
Q: When will these posters ship?
A: THESE POSTERS WILL SHIP IN THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2018. AFTER THE HOLIDAYS AND ONCE WE KNOW HOW MANY POSTERS WILL NEED TO BE PRINTED AND SHIPPED, WE SHOULD HAVE A MORE ACCURATE SHIPPING ESTIMATE.
Q: In the weeks since I ordered this poster I have moved / gone on holiday, can I change my shipping address?
A: YES, PLEASE EMAIL US DIRECTLY AT SHIPPING@HCGART.COM AND WE’LL MAKE THE ARRANGEMENTS! NOTE: WE WILL NOT UPDATE ADDRESSES TO SHIP THE POSTER TO A THIRD PARTY.
Q: Can I cancel my order?
A: BECAUSE OF THE COMPLEXITIES OF ARRANGING PRINTING AND SIGNATURES ON THIS POSTER SALE, ALL POSTER SALES MUST BE FINAL, WE HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND.
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Drew & Bob – The Masters of Movie Art
January 24 @ 10:00 am – May 26 @ 5:00 pm
Featuring the illustration and fine art of Drew Struzan and Bob Peak.
If you grew up in the golden age of movie posters you may not know Drew Struzan and Bob Peak’s names but believe me you’ve seen and loved their movie posters! You have the chance until May 26, 2014 to see their artwork (movie posters) at the Forest Lawn Cemetery Museum in Glendale. Yes it’s a cemetery and YES they have a museum on site free and open to the public. Don’t let the idea of visiting a cemetery deter you from seeing these two men’s art that will sent chills up your spine. How often will you get a chance to relive your movie memories??? Mark your calender and head over to Glendale and relive movie magic!
If you’d like to learn more please go to the the museum website or Bob Peak’s website.
The Thing (1982) art by Drew Struzan
Tagged with: art, blade runner, Bob Peak, Darth Vader, Drew Struzan, film posters, Fine Art, glendale, Hellboy, Illustration, movie posters, Posters, Star Wars, The Forest Lawn Museum, the Thing
I’m going to be heading over to Booth 2615 to get a lot of Dark Horse this year at the 2013 SDCC with Joss Whedon, Felicia Day, exclusive comics and posters.
Posted in San Diego Comic Con Tagged with: Comics, Dark Horse, Felicia Day, Joss Whedon, Posters, Zombies