Tread lightly -- you're about to witness the most beautiful and perfect "Breaking Bad" posters ever.
We've got an exclusive sneak peek at four awesome new "Breaking Bad" posters from award-winning graphic designer Ty Mattson, and we think they'd look just as good on the walls of a dorm room as they would in a kitchen. (Because that's where you cook, obviously.)
Tracking the transformation of Bryan Cranston's character from Mr. White to Heisenberg to Mr. Lambert, the artist formerly known as Future Walt, Mattson's signed-and-numbered posters will be available for sale Tues., Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET in the official "Breaking Bad" store.
Here's Mr. White:
This poster depicts the Walter White we met in Season 1 of "Breaking Bad": the pitiful chemistry teacher, wearing only a rubber apron and briefs, frantically cooking meth in the desert of New Mexico. 18"x24" 2-color silkscreen print on Chemical Green 100lb French Paper, $49.99
This poster shows Walter White as the crystal meth kingpin Heisenberg. Rising to power and descending into chaos, Walter is encircled by the super-lab -- and a small, pesky intruder. 18"x24" 2-color silkscreen print on Meth Blue 100lb French Paper, $49.99
And Mr. Lambert:
This poster represents the final incarnation of Walter White: Mr. Lambert. Armed and dangerous, bearded and beleaguered, Mr. Lambert has nothing left to lose. 18"x24" 2-color silkscreen print on Presage Orange 100lb French Paper, $49.99
Or you can have them all with the Three Shades of Walter White set, featuring three 11"x14" posters ($49.99). While any of these would look amazing hanging on our office walls (ahem!), this last print -- an 18"x24" on Hazmat Yellow paper, of course -- might just be our favorite:
The posters go on sale Tues., Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. PT on BreakingBadStore.com.
The "Breaking Bad" series finale airs Sun., Sept. 29 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.