Batman Trilogy by Rico Jr.

Christopher Nolan's cinematic Batman trilogy delivered on a thrilling and memorable journey through Bruce Wayne's beginning, downfall and rise.

We are thrilled to have had the chance to work with artist Rico Jr. to create a triptych inspired by these amazing films. The prints will be sold as a trilogy set and also sold individually.

The Batman trilogy set and individual prints are now available in our shop

Artwork inspired by Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy.

Printing method: Giclée prints on 240gsm matte ultra. 

Edition size: 60 (50 prints sold as the trilogy set and 10 of "Begins", "Falls" and "Rises" sold individually).

Print size:  Each individual print measures at 12 x 24 inches.

Manufacturer: White Duck Editions

Hand numbered.

Here are some words from the artist on his inspirations for the design: 

"I wanted, in terms of visual design, to create something more cinematographic and more realistic than my usual creations. Again, it needed a central element that would rely on all 3 posters. The Batman symbol was the obvious choice. On another hand, I wanted to use strong scenes of meaning linked to the movies titles: Begins, Falls, and Rises. For Begins, we have Bruce’s training with Ra’s on the ice with the monastery present. For Falls, (The Dark Knight), I wanted to work from one of my favourite official promo visuals from the movie and add the threat to the city caused by the Joker. Finally, for Rises, the idea was to show the moment when Bruce first wears the Batman costume since the events of the previous film. The grey tones adapt perfectly to the environment of the bat cave." - Rico Jr.

Read more about Rico Jr. in our Artist Spotlight with Rico Jr.



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"I normally start by watching the film, even if it’s a film I know well like Ghostbusters. I find it a slightly different experience watching it with creating a poster or piece of art in mind. I’m looking for scenes and moments that will translate into a piece of static art that will give people a nostalgia hit and make them want to watch the film again."

Chris Skinner