Fringe Posters are Finally Up
Actually, they were up a while ago, but that was the day I hurt myself. Whacked my head into my desk while I was cleaning. Haven't thought about finishing this post since. Maybe it knocked the idea out of place for a bit. Anyway...
Did you miss the Fringe Benefits Project posters? That's too bad, because they're great, high quality prints. Yes, they were expensive, $43 a piece with shipping, but they were limited and the show was ending. It was a one-time thing. I got the first, "White Tulip," because there was no way I was going to pass that up just to see what the others were. That episode was one of the most important. The tulip became a symbol of the show, and it played a significant part again in the finale. I passed on "The Plateau," because I couldn't have a glow-in-the-dark poster in my room at night and had nowhere else for it. I got "The Transformation," because it was just very cool-creepy, very Fringe. And since I could only afford one more, I waited patiently for the final poster. It is a gorgeous group portrait of all the most important characters.
Well, you can't get those anymore, unless you want to spend $90 on eBay, but you can buy Zort70's beautiful poster with all the glyph words at CafePress. You're going to need some wall space, though, since it's 23"x35". I also got a final season poster on eBay for about $8.
I also have a little butterfly thing with an Observer hat. It used to be a Santa, but it was kind of past Christmas, so I had to put him away. The butterfly fits, though. ;)