G.I. Joe Poster Returns to IanFell.com

G.I. Joe poster by Ian Fell

The amazing 1982 – 1987 G.I. Joe posters have returned to IanFell.com!

Some of you may remember a few years ago when JBL reported on an incredible original 11″ x 17″ poster that was being produced by talented artist Ian Fell.  Featuring the G.I. Joe roster from 1982 – 1987, this work of art was offered for an incredibly low price of cost + shipping!

While he’s hard at work on a forthcoming Cobra-themed companion piece, the artist has once again made the original G.I. Joe poster available to fans.  Here’s the official update that was posted on IanFell.com:

Due to a number of requests by people expressing continued interest, I’m re-opening my storefront for the 11×17 GIJoe poster that I created a few years back. I appreciate seeing all those requests to make it  available again, and it’s great to hear from fellow Joe fans.

Current costs for the Joe posters are $8 for Domestic orders and $14 for Canada. I will include bubblewrap to protect the posters from bouncing inside the mailing tubes during delivery.

International orders are Welcome, but I ask that you contact me here and provide your shipping address so I can provide an accurate estimate. I can send a Request for Payment through Paypal.

The Cobra poster is still alive but has stuttered progress. It could be ready to go this Fall season.

We live in an age of superior fan-produced content and this G.I. Joe poster by Ian Fell is NO exception.  For an insanely low price, he’s offering a poster that highlight the Sunbow years in all their radiant glory.  I ordered one back in 2013 and it is one my absolute FAVORITE G.I. Joe pieces.   Seriously Joe fans, RUN – don’t walk– and order your own copy of this bad boy today!  (Or, if you already have one, get a second for the office, rec room, etc.)

 

Fred Meyer

Digital strategist by day, hack writer and photography by night - this long-time figure collector still thinks that he can string words together and form meaningful entertaining sequences. He is obviously mistaken.