"The Terminator"

Grey Matter Art under license from Studiocanal S.A. is proud to present a New Officially Licensed, Limited Edition, Screen Print Poster by Artist, Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz) for the iconic film, “The Terminator." This will be the first in a 2 poster set with "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" following the month after by Gabz as well, to form a dyptich. Grey Matter Art is extremely excited to release this poster as Gabz has done a phenomenal job representing both films. Below are images and details on the poster for"The Terminator." 


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Foil Edition:

"The Terminator"

Artist: Grzegorz Domaradzki
Size: 24x36
Regular Edition: 325/50.00
Variant Edition: 175/75.00
Foil Edition: 50/125.00
Printed By: D & L Screen Printing
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"Doing this project meant a lot to both Jared and I the moment we were able to acquire the rights to do a poster for both Terminator films. We have always been such big fans of this Franchise, and to have the opportunity to do a poster for both movies, was an honor. This is our 3rd poster collaboration to release with artist Gabz, and we really work so well together. He seems to know exactly what us and other poster collectors are looking for, and delivers every time. I think Gabz depicted this movie very well, and finally gave us the epic Terminator poster we have been waiting for. We hope everyone enjoys it as much as we had making it."
"The Terminator" and "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" are both one of those movies I always wanted to work on, so when Mike Gregory from Grey Matter Art approached me with the offer, it was like a dream come true. I wanted something with strong imagery, action packed, and with a glimpse of the future as seen in both movies. While I'm hoping the artworks will speak for themselves, two things worth pointing out is that the general concept was inspired by an interview with James Cameron I read a while back, in which he stated that he had a dream about a cyborg/robot coming out of the flames, and as we all know the rest is pretty much a cinema history. The other thing I wanted, was to design both posters to form a diptych."
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