The newest poster from Grey Matter Art has been announced!

Grey Matter Art, under license from Vortex Inc, Tobe Hooper, and Kim Henkel, have just announced the release of their newest poster of the horror classic: Tobe Hooper’s THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE. It is by Francesco Francavilla and is the final piece in their 4-part artist series to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the film. Here is what they have to say about the poster:

“We are so happy to unveil our final poster in this series to everyone that has been waiting so patiently for it to be announced, and I think it was well worth the wait to show this classic representation of the film. It was a pleasure working with Francesco, and I could not be happier with what he gave us, this is the perfect poster to close the series with. This piece is just so gritty looking, especially the variant edition, with the blood spatter with the darker yellow tones to it. It really is sums up the film in a perfect way. I think all of the artists did such a great job in this series and each really brought something a little different to the table. It was a blast working with everyone to make this project come together, and I hope everyone really enjoyed what we have released.”

This is the Regular version:

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This is the Variant version:

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Artist: Francesco Francavilla
Size: 24×36
Regular Edition: 225/$50.00
Variant Edition: 150/$65.00
Printed By: D & L Screen Printing

This poster will be going on sale on Thursday, May 21st at a random time between 1-2 PM EST.

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