Thursday, March 3, 2016

Stan & Vince The Terminator Movie Poster Release By DaVinci's Dreams

Arnold Schwarzenegger credits the first Terminator movie for opening the door for him to get into action movies. It's also one movie that is beloved by many people. There have not been that many good posters done for the movie, but now a new company DaVinci's Dreams have changed that. They got the dynamic French artistic duo Stan & Vince to create a killer poster for the company's first release.

I'm sure you're wondering like I was, who are these new guys and what are they all about.

DaVinci's Dreams are a modern day renaissance studio, born from their love of art, design and the retro aesthetics of the 80s that they grew up in.

Located in the UK they specialize in licensed and original creations, they design and produce innovative merchandise that connects people with their favorite characters and icons from the worlds of film, television, comic books and popular culture. Their vision is simple – focus on the collector and all else will follow.

DD always admired the works of Leonardo Da Vinci and consider him to be one of the most diversely talented individuals to have ever lived - a true Renaissance Man who dreamt far beyond his time. In his image, DaVinci’s Dreams will strive to create products that push the collecting market into new horizons.

In terms of our Branding and Identity DD brought in Canadian powerhouse James White aka Signalnoise. They wanted a designer with the ability to capture that all important 80s aesthetics and there was no man better for the job. As kids they grew up on a VHS Culture and wanted to encapsulate that with their brand. With chrome, power grids, screen lines and 80s neons, it’s safe to say James nailed our vision.

Now the details on the posters

Regular Edition
9 Colors silk screen on White 250gsm paper
Limited to 325 copies

T-800 Variant
9 Colors 9 Colors silk screen on White 250gsm paper
Limited to 175 copies

Tech-Noir Variant
10 Colors (including 1 Metallic) on White 300gsm
Limited to 50 copies

They go on Sale next Monday, 7th March at 4PM GMT which is 11am EST at

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