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This is the RED VARIANT for the metropolis poster
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The beautiful red version of Rodolfo Reyes' Metropolis, featuring wonderful silver metallic ink. It was meant for release along with the silver and gold versions however, it was held up in production. This is the 3rd and final version of this incredible design, so if you missed out on the silver or gold, then here is your last chance to own this poster.

Details:
Artist/Designer - Rodolfo Reyes
Movie - Metropolis
Edition - (Red) Limited Edition of only 50 Pieces
Signed - Hand signed
Numbered – Hand numbered
Format – Handmade Screen Print w Metallic ink
Size - (Approximately) 14" X 34 1/2" Inches

HURRY up before they sold out!
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This variant edition features a sleeping Count Orlok.

Details:
Designer - Rodolfo Reyes
Movie – Nosferatu
Event - A The Prince Charles Cinema Screening
Date – 28th October, 2012
Signed - Hand signed by the artist
Numbered – Hand numbered
Format – 4 Colour Handmade Silkscreen Print
Edition – Sleeping Variant, Limited Edition of 60 pieces
Size 17" X 25" Inches


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Dark City Gallery (in conjunction with The Prince Charles Cinema) created this poster, celebrating a special screenings of the 1922 silent classic 'Nosferatu'.

Details:
Designer - Rodolfo Reyes
Movie – Nosferatu
Event - A The Prince Charles Cinema Screening
Date – 28th October, 2012
Signed - Hand signed by the artist
Numbered – Hand numbered
Format – 4 Colour Handmade Silkscreen Print
Edition – Limited run of 110 pieces
Size 17" X 25" Inches

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This is the poster I created for the film M by Fritz Lang!
it was displayed at the LONDON FILM & COMIC CON. in the last days and it is now for sale! HERE: [link]
here are the specifics:

"This striking poster is by the talented Rodolfo Reyes. Designed for the disturbing (and way ahead of it's time) 'M' directed by Fritz Lang."

Details:
Artist/Designer - Rodolfo Reyes
Movie - M
Edition - Limited Edition of only 50 Pieces
Signed - Hand signed
Numbered – Hand numbered
Format – Handmade Screen Print
Size - (Approximately) 18" X 24" Inches
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This is my own take on the classic Metropolis movie poster.
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God of the dead, ruler of the Underworld, which was accordingly known as Hades. In various adventures, Hades abducted the maiden Persephone, tricked the heroes Theseus and Peirithous.

The first living visitor to the Underworld, though an unwilling one, was the goddess Persephone. The only daughter of Zeus and Demeter (the goddess of grain, agriculture, and fertility), Persephone was an innocent maiden, a virgin who loved to play in the fields where eternal springtime reigned.

But Hades had other plans for Persephone: He would steal her innocence and virginity and turn her into the dreaded goddess of the Underworld

Yes! More myth characters and more art deco ...comming soon

Hope you lke it! please comment :D
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"The smile of dawn
Arrived early May
She carried a gift from her
home
The night shed a tear
To tell her of fear
And of sorrow and pain
She'll never outgrow

Death is the first dance, eternal

There's no more freedom
The both of you will be
confined to this mind

I was told there's miracle for
each day that I try
I was told there's a new love
that's born for each one that
has died
I was told there'd be no one to
call on when I feel alone and
afraid
I was told if you dream of the
next world
You'll find yourself swimming
in a lake of fire

As a child, I thought I could
live without pain without
sorrow
As a man I've found it's all
caught up with me
I'm asleep yet I'm so afraid

Somewhere like a scene from a
memory
There's a picture worth a
thousand words
Eluding stares from faces
before me
It hides away and will never be
heard of again

Deceit is the second without end

The city's cold blood teaches us
to survive
Just keep my heart in your eyes
and we'll stay alive

The third arrives...

Before the leaves have fallen
Before we lock the doors
There must be the third and
last dance
This one will last forever
Metropolis watches and
thoughtfully smiles
She's taken you to your home

It can only take place
When the struggle between
our children has ended
Now the Miracle and the
Sleeper know that the third
is love

Love is the Dance of Eternity"

(Dream Theater: "Metropoli Part 1: The Miracle and The Sleeper", album "Images and the Words" 1992)
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A prankster and inventive genius from birth, Hermes (or MERCURY for the romans) was the messenger of the gods and guide of dead souls to the Underworld. He aided the heroes Odysseus and Perseus in their quests.

Mercury`s symbol of office as divine messenger was his staff, or caduceus. This was originally a willow wand with entwined ribbons, traditional badge of the herald. But the ribbons were eventually depicted as snakes. To support this mythologically, a story evolved that Hermes used the caduceus to separate two fighting snakes which forthwith twined themselves together in peace.
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I was commissioned to create a series of posters for the release of the new album from VNV Nation: Transnational. This piece of work is the first in the series. It will be available on the tour, if you would like to own one.
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This is my submission to the MUMEDI (Mexican Museum of Design) contest about the CENTRO HISTORICO or Historic center of Mexico City.
This neighborhood is focused on the Zócalo or main plaza in Mexico City and extends in all directions for a number of blocks with its farthest extent being west to the Alameda Central The Zocalo is the largest plaza in Latin America and the second largest in the world after Moscow’s Red Square. It can hold up to nearly 100,000 people.

wish me luck fellas!
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