Mondo News : GRAVITY

This information comes directly from the latest Mondo Newsletter.

As we creep steadily into Awards Season, we can all agree that GRAVITY is one of the best movies of 2013, yeah? It’s been almost one full month since its release date and we are still thinking about it.


We are pleased to present our poster for GRAVITY by Kevin Tong. Inspired by the dizzying experience of the film, Kevin removed the poster of a true orientation. You can hang it in any direction that you want.


Kevin offered us a little insight into the making of the poster and published a video of his process. Check it out HERE.


And, if for some reason you still haven’t seen GRAVITY, please check it out in theaters before it’s gone (IMAX if you still can!).


Please follow us on Twitter for the on sale announcement. This poster will be available online at a random time on Tuesday, November 5th.


Size: 24″ x 36″

Print Run: 375

Printed By: D&L Screenprinting

Cost: $45

Gravity Poster from Mondo



“Mondo creates limited edition screen printed posters for our favorite classic and contemporary films, in addition to vinyl movie soundtracks, VHS re-issues, and apparel. We also have a permanent gallery space in Austin, TX featuring a mix of original artwork and limited edition screen prints.” – taken directly from the Info tab on

I personally own several Mondo prints and let me tell you – they are really works of art! They are beautiful pieces that deserve proper framing and a prominent spot on your wall. Trust me when I tell you they are hard to get, but not hard to appreciate.

If you are AT ALL interested in this piece (or any poster they put up for sale) you should stay glued to Twitter.  When they go on sale, they don’t last long at all.

About Sully

Co-founder of Nerd Fu. TV and TiVo fanatic, movie buff, collector of Pop!'s, part-time gamer.

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