Bottleneck Gallery Celebrate Alien Day with ‘50s Style Print
Artist Tom Walker brings Alien back in time twenty years.
By Jay Gervais
Joining in on the Alien Day festivities is Bottleneck Gallery, a studio that is releasing a brand-new, officially licensed screen print by artist Tom Walker, in partnership with Acme Archives. This one is a fun take on Alien, imagining it as a ‘50s science-fiction movie, an era in which this print would have been appropriate for. Feast your eyes on it below.[blockquote-0]
There are several scenes represented here, mainly of the expedition party that investigates the source of the alien distress signal, which ultimately leads them to the derelict spacecraft that houses leathery eggs containing the deadly Facehuggers. The addition of the text, “Sometimes the scariest things come from within” made us hold our chests while hoping something out of this world wasn’t about to burst out of it. At the top of the print, we have a beautifully-inked drawing of the alien creature, along with the film’s unforgettable tagline, “In space, no one can hear you scream.”
This new print is sure to be quite a conversation piece, so don’t miss your chance to snag this item up tomorrow in celebration of Alien Day. It will be available for purchase at Bottleneck Gallery at 12:00 PM eastern time.
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