Kevin Tong Is Bringing All New Stuff To Comic Con And It DEMANDS You Empty Your Wallet

Artist Kevin Tong is no stranger to SDCC and always has some amazing new stuff to reveal/ sell.  This year is no different and like the title implies, get ready to empty your wallet because ALL of it is outstanding.

Kevin-tongHere is what this gifted guy had to say about his offerings at the Con on his WEBSITE.

“BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL”

Some of you may remember my “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” print for the book by Friedrich Nietzsche that was part of the “Required Reading” show. I still get compliments to this day about that poster.

Screen Shot 2013-07-15 at 3.03.22 PMWell, me and ‘ol Freddy have teamed up again for the exciting follow up! (Now imagine me and Nietzsche in a 80′s buddy cop film, you’re welcome). I’m really excited about the symbolism I managed to work into the imagery.

“Beyond Good and Evil” is a 12 x 36 inch screen printed poster, signed and numbered in an edition of 200.

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“METROPOLIS”

You could say I’m on an all German kick at the moment. The Deutsch train rolls along with this poster I created for the 1927 landmark science fiction film Metropolis, directed by Fritz Lang.-000Metropolis_0003_Background-600x800This poster will be released at a random time at my booth (631) at SDCC 2013. For now, I’m playing all other information close to the chest. (I know, I know, I’m a terrible person, just roll with it)Screen Shot 2013-07-15 at 3.06.30 PM

“PACIFIC RIM” (For sale 7/17/13 at the Mondo Booth (936), not my booth)

Being able to work with Guillermo Del Toro and to create a poster for such an incredible film is what would happen if an honor and a dream mated and their kid had a kid with destiny. Not since Avengers have I been floored so hard by a film. It took me a whole night to fully process everything I had seen.Screen Shot 2013-07-15 at 3.08.04 PMThere’s a regular color and gold variant version. Both are 24 x 36 inch screen printed posters with metallic inks and possibly glow in the dark inks. (no one tells me anything)

As you can see, Kevin’s work DEMANDS your hard earned money!  Go to the show, stop by his booth and relinquish all your funds.  Your walls will thank you.

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