Dark Hall Mansion Presents: Laurent Durieux’s Limited Edition Gigantor Art Prints!

I jumped up from my seat this morning when our friends over at Dark Hall Mansion sent me this Press Release about one of the greatest giant robots in TV history, Gigantor! You might remember that Dark Hall Mansion was responsible for selling that fantastic “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” Poster By Tom Whalen last October.

From the Press Release: “Dark Hall Mansion, www.DarkHallMansion.com, is thrilled to release its officially licensed print for the coolest of cool, the legend that started it all…GiiiiiiiIIIIIIIIGANTOR!
Or by classic Japanese moniker: Tetsujin 28-go

Artist Laurent Durieux has rendered two extraordinary and completely different prints for a very tight Edition release next week:

Standard: Gigantor: The Lab (Edition of 150)
and
Variant: Gigantor: Tokyo Night (Edition 75)

All Editions are 18″ x 24″ screen prints, and printed by the good folks at D&L Screenprinting.

And YES there will be metal!! How could there not be with Gigantor?!! But only 10 exclusive T-28 Metal Editions showing each respective artwork available: 10 Gigantor: The Lab + 10 Gigantor: Tokyo Night

Standard Editions $65, Variant $100, T-28 Metals $250

All Editions on sale next Thurs, March 22nd at 9:30 AM PST at Dark Hall Mansion: www.DarkHallMansion.Com

Now considering how fast that Great Pumpkin poster sold out you better get ready to hit that site and start bidding! To see more of Laurent Durieux’s gorgeous artwork make sure to take the time and visit his Flickr Photostream, after looking through some of his portfolio I really hope he gets a chance to try his hand at illustrating Dave Steven’s The Rocketeer someday!

VicSage

Editor at Retroist
Searching through the alleys for useful knowledge in the city of Nostalgia. Huge cinema fanatic and sometimes carrier of the flame for the weirding ways of 80s gaming, toys, and television. When his wife lets him he is quite happy sitting in the corner eating buckets of beef jerky.

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