Odd City Entertainment teamed up with Australian artist James Fosdike to release two limited edition Pacific Rim posters as part of a series of posters inspired by the film.
These two awesome 36” x 24″ posters were released online on July 15, 2013:
1. Regular Edition
Regular Edition – Limited to 175 prints – $45 each (original price)
2. Variant (sepia tone)
Limited to 75 prints – $65 each (original price)
Said the artist:
“Put a giant monster in a film and I’m there. Put a giant robot in a film and I’m there. Put them together and you’ve made me a child again. I’m so excited about this film and I am absolutely thrilled to have had the opportunity to draw a poster for it. When I saw the trailer, the image of the young girl on a deserted street watching the jets fly over really struck a chord in me. I was reminded of the films, cartoons and comics that I read and loved as a child. I wanted to know what caused that street to be deserted, what the girl was in awe of, and where the jets were going. Lucky for me I was able to find out, and to create my impression of what was in store!”
As you’d expect both sold out immediately but you can still get yourself one if you’re willing to buy from a re-seller.
At the time of this post there are 10 of these available for sale on Ebay – 7 are regulars and 3 are variants. Prices vary from a starting auction of $60 to a buy it now price of $150, all depending on the seller.
If you want to check out what’s available, follow the link below:
Limited Edition PACIFIC RIM Posters by James Fosdike (only on Ebay)