Relive Your Childhood – Limited Edition Secret of NIMH Screen Print

Exciting news from Odd City Entertainment. They’ve announced a very limited licensed run of legendary animator Don Bluth’s classic animated adventure fantasy film, Secret of NIMH. The print evokes childlike wonder in an illustrative scene with Mrs. Brisby, a magical amulet called “The Stone”, Nicodemus, Great Owl and other fantastical imagery of the classic, NIMH.


Mark Lone, the print’s artist, shared his inspiration, “Being a fan of 80’s animation, I must admit, I wore out my VHS tape of The Secret of NIMH, my favorite Don Bluth movie. I learned so much during the process of making this piece while studying as much as I could from the movie concept sketches and character designs (some even by Don himself). I realized after starting this print that I have always drawn owls (and I have drawn a few of owls) very dark and ominous, much like “the great owl”… it was at that point I recognized how much this movie had impacted my artistic style subconsciously, even when I was a kid. So thank you to everyone involved with the making of such a great movie.”

See more of Mark’s artwork on his blog:


This limited edition movie poster will be printed in 10 colors with 3 metallic inks.

Size: 36″ x 24″


Regular Version: 140 prints – $55

MLONE - Secret of NIMH



Sadly, and we’re sorry about this one, the print went on sale earlier today and is already sold out.  We decided to go ahead with the article so you can see this amazing work and, if you are still interested, add this to your wish list and begin your hunt on eBay.

Sorry – my bad! ^Sully

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

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  1. This was my favorite movie as a child. The print is amazing. Thank you for sharing and reminding me to share this movie with my son.

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