Some 25 suspected non-humans were arrested by Los Angeles Police Monday on charges of creating and distributing pro-Replicant propaganda art based on director Ridley Scott’s cult classic film Blade Runner. The suspects were holed up in an abandoned warehouse in the Tannhauser Gate district where police found high-quality printing equipment and computers with a treasure trove of dissident materials, including emails with links to a Kickstarter campaign used in raising money for limited edition books. With just two weeks until the end of its fundraising efforts, a pledge of $5 will get you a digital copy of Skinjobs: A Blade Runner Zine!

First edition prints have sold out, but a second edition will be available for $13.

One Response to “Wake Up, Time to Die! 25 Artists Collab to Bring “Blade Runner” Fan Art to Print”

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