Limited Edition Pacific Rim WW2 Style PrintsJune 27th, 2013
This Odd City print was created as part of the Odd City print series for Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ Pacific Rim. It was created by artist Grzegorz “Gabz” Domaradzki.
Here’s what Gabz had to say about this work: “This is actually the first time I had an opportunity to work on something this big, so I was both excited and slightly overwhelmed at the beginning. Until now, I had worked on movies with plenty of references to be found on the Internet. In this case, I was mainly limited to the first teaser trailer that came out (pretty mind blowing by the way). I focused on Gipsy Danger, but instead of putting him in some type of massive sea battle, which was quite tempting, I proposed something inspired by World War 2 propaganda posters; something where the giant robot symbolizes the last stand of humanity. To better show the scale of the threat, I added a glimpse of the giant Kaiju hidden in the skyline. I’m pleased with the outcome and particularly with my version of the poster title, clearly inspired by Japanese apocalyptic cinema posters.”
The print will be available on July 2, 2013. It is available in three styles: Regular (shown above), Variant (shown below) and a Metal Variant (not pictured) in run sizes of 225, 80, and 55 respectively. It will be screenprinted at 24″ x 36″ on French Madero Beach 100 lb paper. The pricing is $55/$75/$275.