DEEP RED

We’re working on so many things right now.
Our days are full of drawings, preparing a lot of posters and covers we have no time to write on this marvelous blog.
But today is a great day.
Not only because the holiday season is finally finished (damn, we all speak about crisis and there’s nobody home, everybody is on holiday… except Your favourite trio, obviously…), but most of all cause today we’ve started the printing process of the second poster of the Dario Argento movies serie.
We’re speaking about one of the most known masterpieces of the master of horror: Profondo Rosso!
We could write it wrong again, but we did it right this time.
So, don’t worry, there won’t be any “Profodno Roso” or “Dep Reed”.
Everything will be just right this time:-)

As You can see, we’re working on black paper and the first color is a deep red.
Easy…

Very very red!

 

Being a poster serie, we’re working on similar strokes (the inscription Dario Argento) to give a continuum between the prints.
So, when You’ll have all in Your hands, You’ll feel very very good and You won’t be disappointed with us for not thinking about You.
Yes, You. The one one always ready to jump on whatever we do.
At the same time we’re trying to give each poster its own story.
So that  You won’t be disappointed with us for not thinking about You.
Yes, You. The one one always ready to jump on whatever we do.

This is the paper we’re using for the variant version.
It’s an incredible black glittered one, it’s quite impossible to give an idea of how it looks like with a pic.
You’ll see once You’ll have it in Your hands.

You can see a little of the effect on these pics, but it’s nothing compared directly seeing the sheets.

And there’ll be one more surprise we’ll unveil in the next days.
Another paper we’re using for the Malleus AP versions.
It’s an experiment and it looks incredible so far.
But we’ve to see how it’ll be at the end of the printing to see if we can show it to You or not.
Curios?

Well, before saying goodbye, I must admit we did a little mistake.
Not on the poster, don’t worry.
Well, absolutely NOT on the poster… let’s say we forgot to put the paper…

No, no… it won’t be on sale!

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