Mondo 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (TMA-1) Screenprinted Poster. Art by Matthew Woodson


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Tomorrow we'll be releasing a distinctly uncommon combo of posters, with a new 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY poster that serves as a companion and follow-up to Matthew Woodson's original 2001 poster from a few years ago. The cosmic monolith joins three winter/holiday-themed PEANUTS posters celebrating the art of the great Charles Schulz.

All four will be available Thursday 12/17 at 11am on The Drop. And in case you missed it, the timed edition of Rory Kurtz’s Mandalorian portrait, THE WAY, is available now until Thursday, 12/17 at 11:59pm CT.

"In both the original novel and the film adaptation, the monolith exists as an unfathomable constant, an unwavering looming alien, a doorway to the unknown — or everything that could be known. With this poster, I wanted to evoke how the monolith echoes through time/consciousness. My previous 2001 poster was a love letter to the monolith itself. While this poster is a tribute to the Tycho crater scene in the film, the continuation of the theme and composition from one poster to the next is a love letter to the persistence of the monolith. Be it three years later or 535.69 million miles away, the monolith remains ever-constant, waiting to be rediscovered.” - Matthew Woodson

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (TMA-1) Screenprinted Poster. Art by Matthew Woodson. Printed by DL Screenprinting. 18"x36". Edition of 325. Expected to ship in February 2021. Ships to US, Japan, Puerto Rico, Guam, US Virgin Islands. $65.