Buckle Up: Mondo’s Got Two Kick-Ass BULLITT Posters Speeding Your Way

Just like McQueen would've wanted.

In tribute not only to the 1968 film Bullitt - but also in a nod to the painted artistry of movie posters throughout the ‘60s and ‘70s - Mondo's got a pair of brand-new limited edition prints speeding your way. Mondo’s own Matthew Woodson (with the encouragement of Jay Shaw) sounds excited to unveil these posters, and he should be: they're beautiful.

The rules were simple:

“As posters often do, BULLITT began as a complaining session between Jay Shaw and myself. We were talking about how much we missed the “classy” film posters of the late '60s and early '70s. They were so straightforward and masterfully painted. Those posters and the artists who made them are what made me fall in love with poster art in the first place. So for once I decided to stop whining and actually attempt to make a period homage to one of the most stylish films ever made. For this poster, there were 3 simple rules: Make McQueen look as handsome as possible, make the Mustang look fast, and don’t embarrass myself on something with Pablo Ferro’s name attached to it."

Now the lean, mean Steve McQueen and his iconic Mustang - a team that once delivered one of the greatest car chases in film history - are headed straight for your wall. Better buckle up!  

Bullitt by Matthew Woodson (Regular)

24"x36" Screen Print / Hand numbered / Edition Of 275

Printed by DL Screenprinting.


Bullitt by Matthew Woodson (Variant)

24"x36" Screen Print / Hand numbered / Edition Of 150

Printed by DL Screenprinting.


As per usual, you can follow Mondo on Twitter for the on sale announcement. They’ll announce when the prints have dropped, and they’ll both be available online at a random time on Thursday, August 31st (that’s tomorrow!). You can also try your luck by camping out on their website for a chance to score one - or both! - of these beauts. Either way, good luck to everyone chasing after one of these!

You got a favorite of the two? Let us know in the comments.