Posted on Tuesday, January 6th, 2009 by Peter Sciretta
To help promote The Alamo Drafthouse’s screening of The Godfather this month, the best theater ever has commissioned three poster prints for the film. Check them out after the jump.
The dynamic duo of Billy Perkins and Jeff Kleinsmith have gone head to head with a Impressionistic vs. Realistic poster set. Billy’s measures 18×36, 4 color with a deep brown metallic copper background, is signed and numbered by the artist, and is printed by D and L out of Seattle.
But I’m really digging Tim Doyle’s rendering of the scene right before the infamous line “Leave the gun… take the cannoli.” Doyle’s poster is a long 12×36, 5 color, signed and numbered by the artist, and is printed by D and L.
All the posters are available for a limited time on Mondotees.com for $30 each or $75 for the set of three. Doyle’s poster is also available in a variant printed on wood panel for $60 on GigPosters. Limited to only 15.
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