Check out Gabz’ Limited Edition Posters for Tony Scott’s TRUE ROMANCE; Available in “Detroit” and “Los Angeles” Versions

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True Romance is one of Tony Scott‘s best films.  It boasts a great cast and a fun Quentin Tarantino script.  The film has legions of fans, and now they’ll have a chance to own a limited edition poster based on the picture.  Designed by artist Gabz, the posters represent the two main settings: Detroit and Los Angeles.  The blue Cupid on the white background is for Detroit, and the black Cupid on cream is for Los Angeles.  The prints measure 24″x36″; there will be 85 for each the Detroit and Los Angeles version, printed with 6 inks. Each version will be $55.  The prints will be sold online at Odd City Entertainment at a random time on Friday, February 21st.

Hit the jump to check out the prints.

Exclusive First Look at Matt Ryan Tobin’s TRUE ROMANCE Screenprints for Odd City Entertainment

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Odd City Entertainment is poised to release a swell print for Tony Scott’s 1993 film True Romance on Friday, and we’re proud to offer an exclusive first look.  The limited edition poster was created by artist Matt Ryan Tobin, and it’s a fantastic encapsulation of the adventures of Clarence and Alabama as penned by Quentin Tarantino.  Speaking about his take on the poster, Tobin said, “this movie is so vivid and colorful in its writing, characters and film style.  I really wanted to give my all in complimenting the film and approaching the artwork in the same way.”  Judging by the finish product, he has very much succeeded.

Hit the jump to take a look at the regular and variant editions of the poster.  Both will go on sale at the Odd City Entertainment store at a random time this Friday, February 7th.

Odd City Entertainment Unveils THE SECRET OF NIMH Limited Edition Print and Letterpress Set

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One of my favorite animated movies growing up was Don Bluth’s The Secret of Nimh.  I don’t know if it has stood the test of time, but as a kid I thought it was great.  If you’re like me and grew up with the film, you might be interested to learn Odd City and artist Erica Williams have created a limited screenprint and letterpress set and they’ll be available to purchase on Monday January 27th on the Odd City Entertainment store.

Hit the jump for more info and pics of the poster and letterpress.

Limited Edition CARRIE (1976) Screen Print from Odd City Entertainment’s Jessica Deahl Available Thursday, September 19th

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Before the Kimberly Peirce-directed remake of Carrie hits theaters next month, you can get your hands on a limited edition screen print of the original 1976 thriller from Odd City Entertainment.  This release will be the first from Odd City’s Chief Creative Director, Jessica Deahl.  150 signed prints will be up for sale at Odd City Entertainment’s store at an undisclosed time on Thursday, September 19th.

Check out the blood-soaked poster and find all the necessary details in the full press release after the jump.  

Exclusive: Check Out Odd City Entertainment’s Limited Edition Poster for SCHOOL OF ROCK by NE

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The fifth grade class of 2003 from Horace Green Prep School is having their 10 year reunion and everyone is invited.  You may remember them from that hit band of youngsters, School of Rock, almost winning The Battle of the Bands.  Well, on August 29th in Austin, Odd City Entertainment in partnership with the Austin Film Society, are getting the band back together again during a one night only screening of the movie.  With special guests attending and a brand new and extremely limited edition screenprint available at the event, you will surely want to know how to get tickets.  Get all the details after the jump.

Exclusive Reveal of Gabz and Odd City Entertainment’s FARGO Posters

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Odd City Entertainment just keeps bringing the heat with their print releases.  They came right out of the gate, with a successful and completely sold out Pacific Rim series and now they are proud to announce their next print release will be for the Coen Brothers fan favorite film, Fargo.

On August 21st, the Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas, will be screening Fargo as part of their Summer Classic Film Series.  Focusing on Film Noir, and films that took that genre in a new direction, the Academy Award winning film will be featured on the big screen and in a limited edition screenprint.  Odd City in conjunction with the Paramount Theatre, enlisted the help of polish artist Gabz to tackle this property.  Hit the jump for more.

Exclusive First Look at Odd City Entertainment’s PACIFIC RIM Print Series

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Collectors of movie screen prints have been keeping a close eye on the new company, Odd City Entertainment.  With already two releases under their belts, and a completely sold out subscription, they have been teasing a major announcement via Twitter.  Well they were not overstating, as they have successfully teamed up with Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures, to release a series of prints for Guillermo Del Toro’s new film, Pacific Rim!  Kicking the series off is Polish artist, Gabz.  Check out the print, where and when to get it, and what other artists are participating after the jump.

Limited Paper: Odd City Announces Subscription Plans Ahead of “Very Busy” Summer

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Though the Austin-based Odd City hasn’t been around very long, the two poster releases they do have under their belt—a Chuck Sperry Dazed and Confused print and a pitch-perfect Amityville Horror print from N.E.—have been enormously impressive, an absolute cut above most of the ho-hum filler that’s slowly been flooding the market over the past year.  So, when Odd City dropped us a line to tell us about the “very busy” summer they’re expecting to have and the subscription model they’re offering buyers, we couldn’t help but take note.  Wanna know everything we know?  Meet me after the jump, folks.

Limited Paper PSA: Odd City Entertainment, Artist NE Are Dropping a Stunning AMITYVILLE HORROR Poster This Week

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The biggest debate in Poster World last year had to be the three-part “Are too many galleries/poster retailers popping up; were these new galleries dooming their future earning potential by flooding 2012’s market with astoundingly mediocre prints; and who the hell is convincing artists that people want even more twee posters based on Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic (and does that person deserve death)?”  At the rate things were going there at the end of last year, we were expecting a new gallery to open every ten minutes in 2013.

But so far this year—far as I can recall, anyway—we’ve only seen one new guy step up to the plate.   To be fair, though, Odd City Entertainment didn’t just casually step up to any plate:  they announced their presence by dropping a stunning Dazed and Confused print (created by none other than Chuck Sperry, Professional Poster God).  And now—just a few weeks later—they’ve somehow managed to match that first print with a little help from Austin-based artist NE.  Wanna see?  Meet me after the jump.

Limited Paper: Chuck Sperry and the Austin Film Society Join Forces For an Epic DAZED AND CONFUSED Print

by     Posted 1 year, 54 days ago

Austin, TX plays home to quite a few beloved institutions.  There is, of course, Tim League’s Alamo Drafthouse brand (not to mention the many awesome things under its umbrella, from the Rolling Roadshow to Mondo to Fantastic Fest and…we could go on).  There’s the increasingly-large SXSW Film, Music, and Interactive Festival (you’ll be getting our coverage soon for the 2013 edition), the Austin Film Festival, and the events held by the Austin Film Society.  And there is, of course, Richard Linklater’s Dazed and Confused, a film as synonymous with Austin as Woody Allen’s Manhattan is with New York City.

What happens when several of these things collide with legendary poster artist Chuck Sperry?  Oh, just one of the best posters we’ve seen so far this year.  See it—and find out where ya can get it—after the jump.

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