Alien Day is shaping up to be something fierce, and as if you weren’t already overwhelmed, here are some choice offerings from NYC’s Bottleneck Gallery. True to form, they’ve got some heavy hitters here, so you’re going to have some real tough choices come tomorrow.

Laurent Durieux has tackled LV-246 itself, depicting the moment we first learned about HR Giger’s fantastic beasts and got a tiny glimpse at their world. Mark Englert is back with another stunning landscape, this time taking us to the doomed Hadley’s Hope from Aliens. Lastly, Chris Skinner’s offering is a diorama-esque game of hide and seek featuring the nasty xenomorphs and Newt.  I love the diversity here, and there’s a lot to digest within each piece.

Durieux’s poster goes on sale at a special sold out screening, with leftovers available online Wednesday, April 27th. Englert and Skinner’s pieces will be up at Bottleneck Gallery 12PM EST tomorrow, April 26th.

alien_laurent_durieux_regLaurent Durieux / Reg / 24″ x 36″ / 9 color screen print / Edition of 550 / $65

alien_laurent_durieux_varLaurent Durieux / Var / 24″ x 36″ / 9 color screen print with metallics / Edition of 225 / $85

mark_englert_alien_regMark Englert / Reg / 12″ x 36″ / 7 color screen print with GID / Timed edition until 4.27 1PM EST / $50

mark_englert_alien_varMark Englert / Var / 12″ x 36″ / 7 color screen print with GID / Edition of 225 / Numbered / $65

mark_englert_alien_gidGID layer for Englert’s prints

chris_skinner_alienChris Skinner / 18″ x 24″ / 6 color metallic screen print / Edition of 175 / Numbered / $45

jonesy_pin_bottleneckAlso up tomorrow through Bottleneck, is a special Jonesy enamel pin. 100% of profits will go to Bianca’s Furry Friends, and each pin will come with one in three random pins created for the screening. The 2 pin set is just $12 and shipping is free.