Christmas comes early with Grey Matter Art’s latest release, “True Romance” by Tyler Stout. Under license from Morgan Creek, an officially licensed, limited-edition screen print for the 1993 romantic crime film, “True Romance.” Written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott, they are honored to celebrate the film’s 25th Anniversary. On sale Thursday, December 13th at 1pm Eastern (10am PST) HERE.
Upcoming next from Odd City Entertainment is “True Romance” by Gabz. It is a 24″ x 36″ 6-color Screenprint in Detroit and Los Angeles versions, each editions of 85, and cost $55 each. On sale Friday, February 21st at a random time HERE.
“Coming up with a concept for a movie like True Romance, that I have been a huge fan of for years and is among my favourite Tony Scott films of all time, wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be when I first got the proposal. There are so many brilliant quotes, memorable scenes and a mind-blowing soundtrack on top of it all.
The Hawaiian shirted Cupid I went with, symbolizing the bizarre romance between Alabama and Clarence, came to me as a revelation and I felt I had a winner. I desperately wanted to not only catch the mood of the film, but also include as many characters as I could possibly fit. I love every single performance from the movie and I felt like everyone deserved a tribute.” – Grzegorz “GABZ” Domaradzki
Odd City Entertainment will have a new print available soon for the movie “True Romance” created by Matt Ryan Tobin. It is a 36″ x 24″ Screenprint available in Regular (Ed of 95, $45) and Variant (Ed of 35, $65). On sale Friday, February 7th at a random time HERE.
“When Odd City approached me to create a poster for True Romance, my jaw hit the floor. To say I was flattered is an understatement. I fell in love with this film from the first time I viewed it on VHS…. A rental copy, no less. It’s a film that has always stuck with me – so much so that, at one point, I was seconds away from a past girlfriend and I getting matching “Clarence” and “Alabama” cupid tattoos to commemorate the film. This movie is so vivid and colourful in its writing, characters and film style. I really wanted to give my all in complimenting the film, by approaching the artwork in the same way.” – Matt Ryan Tobin
On the 3rd Sunday of every month at Fruit in Hull UK, Cult Cinema Sunday holds a film night featuring cinematic treats from the vaults of film history. Each screening is accompanied by a poster designed with local artists and designers first made available on movie night, then in an online sale.
This Sunday’s (April 15th) movie screening is “True Romance” and has 2 posters created by James Fenwick and Domanic Li. Each are A3 16.5″ x 11.7″ digital print on 300gm heavy weight paper, signed/numbered editions of 50, and cost £6 ($10US).
They will be available on the night of the screening, and online on Monday, April 16th at 12pm GMT (4am PDT) HERE.