Tomorrow Mondo will celebrate the past and present of one of the best horror films around: John Carpenter’s Halloween!
In 1978, John Carpenter gave the world one of its best and most terrifying slasher icons in The Shape and an incredibly strong and savvy survivor in Laurie Strode. Forty years later, we’re still rewatching and singing the praises of this terrifying film while gearing up to see Michael and Laurie on the big screen yet again in a new Halloween film opening this Friday.
In celebration of this excellent film, which is a direct sequel to the 1978 classic, we are thrilled to present an incredible collection of new Halloween merch including breathtakingly stunning posters by Phantom City Creative, the legendary Bill Sienkiewicz, and Jason Edmiston plus an awesome new t-shirt design of Bob the Ghost by Paige Reynolds! In addition to these posters and t-shirt, we’ll also have a slew of new Halloween pins up featuring designs by Matt Taylor, Matt Ryan Tobin, and 100% Soft.
Halloween 2018 by Phantom City Creative
Edition of 325
Halloween 2018 (Variant) by Phantom City Creative
Edition of 175
Halloween 2018 by Bill Sienkiewicz
Edition of 225
Halloween 2018 (Art Print) by Bill Sienkiewicz
Edition of 125
Halloween (Variant) by Jason Edmiston
Edition of 325
Designed by Paige Reynolds
Unisex XS – 3XL
Next Level 3600 100% Black Cotton $25
Halloween Enamel Pins
Designed by Matt Taylor, 100% Soft, Matt Ryan Tobin
Bob the Ghost, The Boogeyman, Laurie, Michael + Pumpkin Enamel Pin Set, Michael Myers
$10 Each/ $16 Pin Set
Birth.Movies.Death. Halloween Issue
Birth.Movies.Death. is celebrating the release of David Gordon Green’s HALLOWEEN with a stunning new collectible magazine filled with editorials, interviews and deep dives into the history of one of the greatest horror films ever made. Cover art by Phantom City Creative.