Hero Complex Gallery Partners With Poster Posse Member Robert Bruno For A Chilling “Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes” Release

Every new tidbit I see for Matt Reeves upcoming “Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes” film just makes me wanna see it more and more and more.  Poster Posse member, New York native, Robert Bruno was so inspired by what he’s seen that he has conjured up an intense new tribute image for the film.  The fine folks at Hero Complex Gallery have JUST released the print on their site.  Here is all the pertinent info…

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“Caesar’s Vengeance” by Robert Bruno

(CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE)

18″ X 24″

Fine art giclee

Limited edition of only 50

$45 unframed

$125 professionally framed

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We reached out to the young Bronx Bomber and here is what he had to say – ‘Although the original ‘Planet of the Apes’ franchise is well before my time, and not wasting any time speaking about the Mark Wahlberg reboot…I was very impressed with the fresh take in ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes,’ which released back in 2011. I thought they took an existing story and concept and gave it a fresh, original direction that was a bit more believable in the 21st century.  After having seen the trailer for ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,’ I was even more intrigued. Now we have a classic struggle between Man and Beast.”

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Be sure to follow Robert on TWITTER and head over to his new WEBSITE to check out the rest of his impressive and growing portfolio.

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