Our friends at Grey Matter Art are seriously not messing around with their recently acquired Marvel license! Every other week now they’re releasing an absolutely killer Marvel movie poster. For their next release, GMA is teaming with Grzegorz Domaradzki (aka Gabz) to release a screen print for the Marvel Movie that started it all…Iron Man! For this beautiful poster, Grey Matter Art is releasing three fantastic editions: Regular, Variant and an epic Gold Foil Variant.
Iron Man by Gabz is a 24”x36” Marvel screen print. The Regular Edition is limited to 225 pieces and will retail for $50, while the Variant is limited to 175 pieces and will retail for $70. The Gold Foil Variant is limited to 125 pieces and will retail for $100. All three editions go on sale this Wednesday, September 2nd, at the Grey Matter Art online store between 1-2pm EDT.
The Blot especially loved hearing from Grzegorz Domaradzki how this print came about: “When growing up I was a huge comic book fan, reading everything comics related I could get my hands on (which, in Eastern Europe wasn't as easy as one might think). I used to copy my favourite artists and draw my own stories. Back in the day working for comic giant such as Marvel seemed like an impossible dream, so as soon as I heard the GMA guys are getting the license for Marvel films, I had a number of titles I wanted to tackle.
I was thrilled and excited to work on Jon Favreau’s: Iron Man, by far my favourite and best Marvel film (next to The Guardians of the Galaxy). I enjoy it greatly every time I see it. I wanted the composition to reflect the conflict between good and evil by dividing the canvas into two parts. Since I was always drawn towards villains in those type of movies I decided to build the composition around Obadiah’s sinister headshot (one cannot really dislike The Dude). It wouldn't be a complete Iron Man poster without Tony Stark, Pepper Potts and Iron Man's classic pose. I hope the fans of the movie will appreciate it. I know for sure I had a blast doing it and I’m very happy with cleverly used foil this time around.”