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Geek Art: “Robocop” by Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz)

“Come quietly or there will be… trouble.”

Grey Matter Art, under license from MGM Studios is proud to present a New Officially Licensed, Limited Edition Screen Print for the Classic 80’s Action Film, “Robocop” by one of our favorite artists around, Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz). This is the 3rd poster Grey Matter Art has produced for this classic property.  There are 2 separate editions for this poster, a Regular & Variant Edition.

How bloody awesome are these posters!?!

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Size: 24×36
Regular Edition: 225/$45.00 (Hand-Numbered)
Printed by: D & L Screen Printing

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Size: 24×36
Variant Edition: 100/$65.00 (Hand-Numbered)
Printed by: D & L Screen Printing

Here’s what Gabz had to say about the project:

“It was a challenge to pay tribute to such a 80’s classic, which on top of that, has been done by so many amazing artists before me. Till this day I remember how shockingly violent and bloody this movie was, back when I saw it for the first time as a teenager and I thought that my print definitely needs to reflect some of that bloodiness. Opposite to some other takes on the franchise, my Robocop is one tough looking cyborg who “saves the day” and helps few poor thugs to “stay out of trouble”.
I’m happy with the customised title treatment and the whole layout was intended to look like some sort of a fictional OCP flayer.” Gabz-
Both Regular & Variant Edition posters will be released on Wednesday, March 16th at 1PM est. at Grey Matter Art.
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