Vice Press Blade Runner 2049 “Editions” poster launches today

Earlier this year, Vice Press released the first in their series of officially licensed posters for Blade Runner 2049, which was illustrated by Matt Ferguson. At the time Matt, designed a Japanese title variant that we felt would be an excellent entry to the company’s “Editions” line of prints – and that will go on sale today, Tuesday 29th November 2022.

Vice Press Blade Runner 2049 “Editions” poster by Matt Ferguson

The Vice Press Editions series of prints are all A2, which is a little smaller in size, and are limited to an edition of 1000. This makes them a bit more accessible than the usual releases – and gives you room to to display more on your walls.

To accompany the release, Florey has designed two sets of Blade Runner 2049 enamel pin badges for the film that will also be available. These hard enamel pins also feature neon colours.

Based in Sheffield and founded in 2015 by James Henshaw and artist Matt Ferguson, Vice Press are dedicated to producing new and unique, limited edition and officially licensed art prints, movie posters, clothing, pin badges and collectibles from cult titles, modern classics and new releases in film, TV, comics and games.

The company work with like minded artists, printers and manufacturers from across the world to create original and distinctive, premium hand crafted designs for fans like us to collect and display in their home.

Blade Runner 2049 Editions posters & pins will be available online on Tuesday the 29th November 2022 at 6pm GMT/ 1pm EST, exclusively at

Blade Runner 2049 (Editions) • Art by Matt Ferguson | Edition of 1000 | A2 (16.5 x 23.4 inches) | Hand Numbered, Fine Art Pigment Print | £29.99

Blade Runner 2049 Pin Packs • Designed By Florey | Pins Each 1.4 to 1.8 Inches In Diameter | Hard Enamel | Rubber Clasp Fastening | £8.99 Per Pack

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