DaVinci’s Dreams Presents Escape From New York by Kilian Eng



There was a time during the late 70s to mid 80s that John Carpenter ruled the world. Okay, maybe Hollywood didn’t take as much notice at the time, but in my cinematic world he ruled with classics like Halloween, Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing and of course Escape From New York. Most of these great films have iconic posters. All of them have also received fantastic updated versions of their release posters from modern day great artists like Tyler Stout, Ken Taylor and Randy Ortiz to name a few.

The latest update comes from DaVinci’s Dreams as they tasked Kilian Eng with tackling Escape From New York. Check it out below:


Escape From New York – Regular
Artist: Kilian Eng
Size: 24″ x 36″
Edition Size: 250
Price: £45

Here’s a close up:


And the variant:


Escape From New York – Variant
Artist: Kilian Eng
Size: 24″ x 36″
Edition Size: 175
Price: £55
Notes: Silver Metallics with GID Inks

Check out the GID layer:


In celebration of Independence Day DaVinci’s Dreams, under license from StudioCanal and Mystery Box is proud to present a new officially licensed, limited edition screen print for John Carpenter’s classic Escape From New York.

Escape From New York will be released Monday, July 4 at 10:00 am PST. Bookmark this webpage to grab the print – www.davincisdreams.com

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I'm a true child of the 80s from a small town near Cleveland, Ohio. My all time favorite topics are Star Wars, slasher films and Cleveland sports (despite the misery it causes). I narrowly avoided law school, instead choosing film school. I have been accused of being a walking IMDB, but I take it as a compliment!