Full size Japanese B1 for Les Miserables. You’ll not find many of these. This is one of two exclusive designs for Japan. This Japanese B1 art is reminiscent of the Intl art yet distinctly different featuring Anne and Amanda Sayfried more prominently. I waited for this film like few others and really enjoyed it, even managing to suffer through Russell Crowe’s… singing, er, whatever that forced, dry, low shrieking was.
A favorite new film of mine from Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar and the exclusively Japanese art for Los Abrazos Rotos (Broken Embraces). Definitely the most quality printed, gorgeous poster I’ve seen in a long time on thick stock with double sided printing. A great film and my favorite poster of the last few years.
The much sought Amelie B2. The last of the last B1 size I’ve sold for this title sold to a UK collector some time ago. I don’t know that I’ll be seeing another Red B1 again anytime soon if at all. This is my last B2 size of the famous red style and in beautiful condition. A favorite film of the new millennium for many and favorite art to remember it by.
I only know of one example of the larger size of this Scarlett style sold to date. This is the second and final B2 size I’m offering for sale. It’s always difficult to convey the vivid color and quality of printing without seeing it for yourself. Beautifully vivid coloring on thick paper. From “way back” in 2003 young starlet Scarlett’s subtle smile juxtaposed with the chaos of downtown Tokyo make for a now iconic image.
Oldboy (2003) Chan-wook Park with Min-sik Cho. One of my absolute favorites to date. The smaller size can be had on occasion though this is the first and only large 29 x 40 I’ve ever encountered and stunning in person on thick stock and striking coloring; it’s long sold. The essential Chan-wook Park poster. The US one sheet for this title is difficult as well. Thanks for wooking.
Swimming Pool featuring Ludivine Sagnier pool side. Without doubt the most unique poster I’ve ever handled. Paper is silken, shimmers and feels like holding a thin sheet of water. The paper feels more of a pearlized plastic than paper. Difficult to explain. If you don’t have one get one. An amazing poster, not to mention Miss Sagnier. You can view more pictures after the jump.