New Alien and Predator prints from Florey and Bottleneck Art Gallery

By ·April 10, 2017 5:44 pm

Some things are just meant to go together; peanut butter and jelly, cookies and cream, salt and pepper, Xenomorphs and Predators.

With such a classic sci-fi combo it’s no wonder Bottleneck Gallery commisoned Florey to do a set of two prints inspired by the iconic creatures of The Predator and Alien films.

Both of Florey’s prints will be available to purchase from Bottleneck Gallery’s website tomorrow (11th April) at 12:00 EST / 17:00 GMT tomorrow. There are no variants and you can find all details of the new prints below, but first here’s what Bottleneck Gallery had to say about Florey’s latest creations:

The Xenomorph and the Predator are two of our favorite killer creatures from classic, sci-fi cinema, and this Tuesday, both star in their own officially licensed prints created by Florey in collaboration with Acme Archives.

Predator and Alien are two movies that brilliantly combine aspects of the horror, sci-fi, and action genres, all while creating their own monster mythology by introducing the titular monsters. Florey’s interpretation of these first films shows off their settings, all while keeping the creatures we all love front and center. Also, since both the Xenomorph and the Predator have a history of meeting and battling each other, Florey designed both prints as a set!

  • Name: Predator by Florey
  • Size: 36 x 24 inches
  • Edition count: 150
  • Cost: $50

  • Name: Alien by Florey
  • Size: 36 x 24 inches
  • Edition count: 150
  • Cost: $50

You will also be able to purchase a set of both Alien and Predator prints for a discounted price of $95 while stocks last.

Lastly Bottleneck Gallery have even put together a small promo video for Florey’s poster releases tomorrow:

Both designs go on sale at 12:00 EST / 17:00 GMT tomorrow (11th April) on Bottleneck Gallery’s website.

Image Credit: Bottleneck Gallery / Acme Archives.

Written by Michael James Ilett


Michael James is the nerd that recites! He founded this site with the intention of building a one stop entertainment site for all of the nerdy things he loves in life.

Michael can often be found building LEGO, playing Civilization V and World of Warcraft, watching Sci-Fi and continuing to wait for “The Winds of Winter” to be released.

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