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  • The Grand Budapest Hotel Alternative Movie Poster

    The Grand Budapest Hotel


    “Are you Monsieur Gustave of the Grand Budapest Hotel in Nebelsbad ?”

    Alternative movie poster artist Ice Ananphada has created a truly beautiful looking movie poster for Wes Anderson’s best film to date, the multi Oscar winning 2014 production “The Grand Budapest Hotel”. Released in 2015 as a private commission this limited edition print is hand-numbered #61/65. Printed on dur-o-tone butcher white art paper using 15 colour inks (which includes two metallics) and featuring the star-studded cast and titular hotel, Ananphada’s colour palette, line work and detailing is incredible – it  looks quite amazing.  Originally rolled (as issued) this displays to excellent effect and is a fine example of collectable modern movie memorabilia.

    Trivia: Ralph Fiennes partly based his character’s vocal traits on English comic actor Leonard Rossiter.

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  • The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou Movie Poster

    The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou


    “The deeper you go, the weirder life gets !”

    “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” is most certainly an unusual film. It’s something of a collage of colorful imagery, fragmented shots, quirky music, strange characters, bizarre situations, and amusing montages. But if you had seen Wes Anderson’s previous films, you would expect nothing less.“The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” was a cult success on its release with Anderson’s loyal fanbase hailing another solid cinematic offering. Only having a very limited run and showing in a small number of (largely ‘art-house’ or ‘independent’) cinemas any paper from the Film is scarce and in very short supply, making this originally rolled (as issued) one-sheet from 2004 a really great find. Designed by award winning creative arts agency BLT Communications LLC this looks and displays to excellent effect and represents an extremely hard yo find, modern original collectable movie memorabilia from a truly talented writer / director.

    Trivia: The red woolen caps worn by the characters are a reference to Jacques-Yves Cousteau, famed underwater film-maker and co-inventor of the modern aqualung.

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