Now that it’s 2019, we are officially in the future…or, at least, the future as presented in a ton of famous science fiction films. Among those films are The Running Man, Akira, and The Island. But most notably of course, Ridley Scott’s classic film Blade Runner was set in a neo-noir 2019 version of Los Angeles, complete with replicants, flying cars, and some amazing fashion choices from actress Daryl Hannah.Sadly, the real 2019 doesn’t look like what the ’80s thought 2019 would look like, but you can still celebrate Blade Runner with these gorgeous limited edition screen prints from Bottleneck Gallery, based of legendary artist Drew Struzan’s poster for the film’s Final Cut. BottleneckÂ worked closely with Drew to recreate his gorgeous Blade Runner art as 15-color screen prints, poring over every detail to ensure the highest quality prints.The first poster is the Blade Runner Titled Edition, and is a 15-color screen print, measuring 24 x 36 inches.Â Edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold throughÂ Sunday, January 20th @ 11:59PM ET. This version will set you backÂ $135 unsigned, or $185 signed.A textless Blade Runner Art Print EditionÂ will also be made available. This one is also a 15-color screen print, measuringÂ 24 x 36 inches, but is only signed and hand-numbered in an edition of 225, and comes in at $200;Both Drew Struzan prints will be available as a timed-edition release from Thursday (1/17) @ 12PM ET through Sunday (1/20) @ 11:59PM ET on Bottleneck Gallery’s website. So don’t miss your chance to celebrate 2019 properly with these stunning posters.
Images: Bottleneck Gallery / Warner Brothers