The release of Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno is in limbo thanks to some unfortunate problems with it’s distributor, but here’s an official poster from its debut at Fright Fest last year. Dan Mumford’s poster below really makes me wish I could’ve seen this film before it got lost indefinitely. True to form, Mumford’s poster is full of eerie atmosphere and gruesome details. It’s packed from top to bottom with carnage and paints a dark picture of what Roth’s films are best at.

The second poster is a stand-alone illustration created for Cognizance’s -Inceptum EP. Like the band’s music, the image is a pretty brutal one, evoking some steam punk and gore in a way that equates to an apt visual companion for the band’s violent music.

A small number of pieces for each print are available now at Mumford’s store, so hit it up!

dan_mumford_greeninferno1 dan_mumford_greeninferno5The Green Inferno / 18″ x 24″ / 4 color screen print / Edition of 20 APs / Signed, stamped and numbered / £35.00

dan_mumford_cognizance dan_mumford_cognizance4Cognizance / 18″ x 24″ / 4 color screen print / Edition of 50 APs / Signed, stamped and numbered / £40.00

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