PC Series: Rich Davies and Phillip Ellering Deliver Sensational Prints For “Pans Labyrinth” & “The Princess Bride”

There is a ton of amazing art that never sees the light of day.  Hidden from the eyes of the public, only to be appreciated by a few lucky collectors.  We are talking about the “private commission.”  Done in small edition runs, the private commission allows a group of fans to reach out to their favorite artists and have them create a print based off the theme of their choosing.  We are starting a new series that will highlight this art and expose you to some rare art along the way.

It’s a fantastic way for fans to get a truly original print in a very low print run and have something that most collectors covet, a “rare” piece on their wall.  The first two that we are going to share from you are from Phillip Ellering and Poster Posse member Rich Davies.

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The Princess Bride” by Phillip Ellering.   The regular edition had gold metallic inks and there is also a monochrome variant.  As you can see, Phillip was able to include a lot of memorable moments from the film.

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Pans Labyrinth” by Richard Davies. Poster Posse member Rich Davies delivered a stunning print for Guillermo del Toro’s 2006 dark fantasy film.

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Stay tuned and we will share more rare, collectible art from some of your favorite artists.  If you have any private commission leads that have already come to fruition, hit us up and we will be glad to share them.

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