Alexander Iaccarino’s Neon Genesis Evangelion Poster

Posted by Grey Sunday, January 6, 2013

We have earlier witnessed how Neo-Tokyo E-X-P-L-O-D-E in Alexander Iaccarino's amazing rendition of Akira. Now brace yourself for his apocalyptic visions for Gainax's iconic anime/manga franchise, Neon Genesis Evangelion. 

Here at The Daily Zombies, our undead love for awesome graphics in the form of film posters and alternate renditions of known pop culture properties are pretty much well-documented. As such, Alexander Iaccarino, one of the hottest new artist of 2012, was featured heavily numerous times last year from our coverage for the release of the Gamescom trailer of Naughty Dog's The Last of Us to his awe-inspiring rendition of the seminal anime epic, Akira (アキラ).

Today, we find ourselves awestruck once again by Iaccarino when he takes on the sense-shattering apocalyptic visions of Neon Genesis Evangelion, the iconic manga/anime series. With no further ado, hit the jump and click on the image to check out the poster, aptly entitled "Welcome to the Apocalypse," in its full hi-res glory.

The print is now readily available at Iaccarino's website, where you can find tons of interesting stuffs. Here are the details:

Neon Genesis Evangelion Poster Print 
20"x30" Giclee Print Signed and Numbered Edition of 200 
Personal illustration of the animated series 
Neon Genesis Evangelion. Poster is printed on 17 mil 330gsm Epson Hot Press Bright White, acid-free, 100% cotton rag. 
 "Welcome to the apocalypse" 


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