SDCC 2014: Sunset Overdrive teams up with Mondo!
We’ve got a lot of great stuff happening at San Diego Comic-Con this year, but one of the items we’re really excited about was collaborating with our friends at Mondo to release their first ever screenprint based on a videogame. Entertainment Weekly has the exclusive reveal of the poster which will be on sale at some point during Comic-Con at booth 835 (for more details on on-sale, keep your eyes peeled to Mondo’s twitter). We’ll also have some giveaways around the show as well, you’ll want to keep up with our blog and the Sunset Overdrive twitter on that front.
The poster was created by UK-Based artist Matt Taylor. We’re big fans of Matt’s work,and it was really cool to see his take on the world of Sunset Overdrive. For your first look at the poster and thoughts from Matt himself, Mondo’s Justin Ishmael, and our own Drew Murray and James Stevenson, check out the exclusive reveal at EW.com
If you want to see detail photos for the print check out the below:
If you aren’t familiar with Mondo, it’s an Austin, TX-based gallery that releases limited edition screenprinted posters based on classic and contemporary film (and TV), as well as other cool stuff like apparel, vinyl movie soundtracks, and VHS-rereleases. They’ve had a ton of amazing posters over the years, which you can check out in their archive.
We hope you like the artwork, and there’s much more happening at San Diego Comic-Con this year, with playable Sunset Overdrive on the showfloor and at the Xbox Lounge, as well as a panel with brand-new content from the game on Thursday evening, giveaways and much more. Stay tuned to the blog for the full breakdown of activities and events soon!