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  1. Quite like it.
    Not sure about 2 things – the “DVD cover” composition and pink. I know pink is your hot colour these days but it somehow doesn’t fit Terminator for me.

  2. Nice work Whites! I watched that zillion times back in the day. I remember it played at the old theater on Prince St. for an eternity.

  3. Fabulous work! That is just screaming for metallic inks. I hope I’m lucky enough to grab one of these when they are released.

  4. wow awesome job as always James. Only concern is with the “schwarzenegger” at the top the first “a”, the first “r”, and the last “r” are filled in with a lighter colour in the holes in the letters. Otherwise it looks awesome and fits your style really well. Keep rockin’ man!!

  5. Matt – I mentioned in the post why the posters aren’t for sale as yet. We hit several different snags while pursuing these, legal and otherwise. But things are now snapping into place.

  6. Thanks for the super useful feedback, guys. We’re really excited about this new release – it’s been far too long since we released “DRIVE”, but there’s so much poster goodness of the Signalnoise variety to come…

    @Matt + @Jake – these will 100% be available for purchase, to the lucky (and quick fingered…) few. Be sure to follow @MysteryBoxCo and @Signalnoise on Twitter for the low down as it happens. Thanks again for your amazing support…


  7. This is amazeballs, congrats, you’ve done it again!
    And silly but hopeful question: is there anyway we’re going to be able to get our hands on a Drive poster again?
    When I went in for the buy, it was gone… is it forever?

  8. This print is amazing, love the style and concept, but dude, there’s no way these are legit and ‘official’. You would not get rights to all the actors you named in the credits, let alone Arnie. You REALLY need to protect yourself from a serious lawsuit or your poster days are going to come to a abrupt halt.

  9. Ryan, my agent inked a deal with Studio Canal (the people who own the property) to do a limited run of the poster. That’s the official credit block, pending approval from the studio to ensure we have proper names/titles in place. Nothing in this post is untrue.

  10. PS. You do need additional rights to use actors’ likenesses on posters, but as you can see no actors appear in this design.

  11. I disregard my previous comment then. i apologize. I did not know you could use an actors name (screen actors guild nonsense) on anything, unless you had approval.. photo of them or not.
    crazy cool print.. I just hope this isn’t another false hope.. you can’t keep pumping out epic artwork that I cannot get my hands on.

  12. No worries Ryan. Appreciate the concern man. Nobody has been more frustrated with the lack of printed posters than me. I invested a lot of time creating posters this year and the vast majority can’t be sold because of one reason or another. It’s been a real bummer.

  13. Now that you put it that way James, you’re right. Frustrations are on both ends for sure.

  14. Thanks for the consideration Ryan. I appreciate the eyes on my work. I was going to throw in the towel on movie posters but luckily we snagged a few official deals to do some cool posters in the next few months. Long time coming, but going to be fun.

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