This past February (the 27th, to be exact) marked the 30th anniversary of A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors, one of the most beloved horror sequels of all time. We already celebrated in grand style with a 30th anniversary screening in Philly and a live Don Dokken performance to go along with it, which was a highlight of my year.
Being a mega fan of Dream Warriors, I was excited to see that incredibly talented artist Steven Holliday just paid tribute to the Elm Street franchise’s third installment in his own way, unleashing an alternate poster that is one of the coolest I’ve ever seen.
“Spent 9 months of my life designing this,” Holliday noted. “Started October 15, 2016 and just got it back from the printers a week ago. Nightmare on Elm Street 3 is one of the greatest sequels and one of the best horror movies ever made not to mention one of my faves. 2017 marks its 30 year anniversary. Can’t thank Delicious Design League enough for knocking this print job out of the park.”
The 24″ x 36″ prints will be available this Friday at Gallery 1988: LA for their “30 Years Later” tribute show. Subsequently, Holliday says that “Artist Proofs of Blue as well as the Artist Exclusive Green Variant will be available on my site sometime Saturday afternoon after Gallery1988 posts the remaining copies from the show.”
Check out the blue and green versions below!
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