Tristan Eaton Releases Dracula and The Wolf Man Official Universal 3D Monster Prints

Artist Complete Officially Licensed Monster 3D Printing Suite

Monday, June 27 3pm PSTWednesday, June 29 3pm PST
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LOS ANGELES, June 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Over the past three years, Tristan Eaton was commissioned to reimagine the iconic Universal Monsters through his recognizable art style. Eaton’s had the honor of bringing some of history’s most iconic horror movie characters to life, first as gigantic permanent murals on Universal Studios’ Back Lot, then as prints. Officially Licensed Fine Art. A true fan of classic horror, Eaton infuses each mural and print with his beloved nostalgia and colorful, layered homages to the genre. With unprecedented access to Universal’s secret archives for his research, Eaton was able to stay true to the wonder of monster movie magic. His spray paint collage style gives the monsters a modern twist while honoring each character’s beloved heritage. This collaboration was a historic meeting of classic cinema and modern street art.

Today, Eaton completes the collection of prints with two final 3D characters: “Dracula” and “The Wolfman!” Complementing ‘The Creature from the Black Lagoon’, ‘Frankenstein’ and ‘The Bride of Frankenstein’, these latest two prints also feature Eaton’s meticulous stereoscopic 3D effects and come complete with custom retro-style 3D glasses. Of Monday, June 27 3pm PST through Wednesday, June 29 at 3pm PST avid collectors, classic horror fans, and those just joining the series now will all have the opportunity to purchase these latest two prints, bringing a bit of cinematic magic home. Eaton’s GEMMA NFT holders will have a special 24-hour window to shop the day before.

While previous versions were limited in number of editions, “Dracula” and ‘Werewolf’ are open scheduled releases, giving more people a chance to grab theirs, as long as they set their alarms and mark their calendars!

These special, limited-edition prints feature 15″ x 26″ renderings of Dracula and Wolfman in stereoscopic 3D complete with a pair of custom collectible 3D glasses. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and is printed on archival Signa Smooth 300gsm cotton rag paper with hand-customized edges, available for $250 each.

Previous releases have seen Universal Monster Prints fly off the proverbial shelves, but with this latest installment, Eaton’s are giving fans a chance to purchase their favorite classic monsters without constraint, limiting them only to available time. This is access fans have never seen before!

About Tristan Eaton

Ambitious from an early age, Tristan Eaton began designing toys for Fisher Price at age 18, long before he graduated from his alma mater, the New York School of Visual Arts–and co-founder of the legendary KidRobot. There he created two of his most iconic designs, the Dunny and the Munny, cementing himself as one of the founders of the designer toy movement carried by contemporary pop artists such as KAWS today. Shortly after KidRobot, Eaton founded Thunderdog Studios, where he created original artwork and design for major clients like Nike, Universal, and luxury watch brand Hublot, among others. His highly sought-after style and work ethic in the field continues to inspire confidence in his clients and the admiration of his peers as he blurs the lines between business and fine art.

Eaton’s is perhaps best known for his large-scale public murals, found worldwide from New York at Paris at Shanghai, which he paints freehand; a technical and personal nod to his own history and respect for graffiti culture, while honoring traditional painting and muralism with his thoughtful and dynamic subjects and compositions. From the freak paintings of the Universal Backlot Tour to its recent mural in historic Deep Ellum, Texas, Tristan Eaton creates dynamic and engaging work on a large scale.

All of these experiences become touchstones in Eaton’s fine art practice where new and old techniques meet unusual and innovative ideas combined with an assortment of both traditional and modern methods and materials, all of which find a house and harmony in his work. For more information, visit http://www.tristaneaton.com.

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