Check Out Artist Christopher Cox Impressive ‘Nosferatu’ Print

Regular Edition: $40

On Thursday, September 13, at a random time, artist Christopher Cox will be releasing his first ever, screen printed movie poster.  It’s for the classic German Expressionist silent horror film with Max Schreck as the infamous Nosferatu. (I think he did an excellent job capturing the tortured look in Max’s eyes.)

There will be 170 regular posters, (seen above) and 70 variant posters, (seen below).  Both posters measure 24×36 inches and is screen printed on 100lb Epic black paper. Each poster was printed with both a metallic and a glow in the dark ink. The variant has one extra color and is also in German as an homage to the original release in Germany.

Variant Edition: $60

You can view & eventually purchase both posters HERE.  Follow their TWITTER feed to find out when they go on sale.  This is a self-published project by Chris so show him your support and grab one of these incredible posters before they are gone.  If this one goes well, there is already a plan to launch another poster.

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2 Responses to Check Out Artist Christopher Cox Impressive ‘Nosferatu’ Print

  1. Just wanted to point out that I dropped the prices on each poster by 15 dollars. So the regular is now $40 and the variant is $60. That was what I wanted for the original price, but I was persuaded otherwise. All previous orders were refunded for the balance. International shipping is also now allowed. Thanks again for the post!

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