"room 237" poster

now that this has been released into the wild by slashfilm, i can finally show it off... it's a brand-spankin'-new screenprint that will be part of this year's crazy4cult show at gallery 1988!

i've done a few shining-inspired pieces in the past and i wanted to revisit the film again this year. after doing (a lot) of research on the film and soaking it in a few times, i am fascinated by the layers of meaning and the depth of widely varied perceptions people walk away from this movie with. it's no wonder it is studied and analyzed the way it is over 30 years later.

at any rate, i've participated in the last two editions of crazy4cult and it gets bigger, crazier and more popular every year. it doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon and i can't wait to see all of the new pieces that will be dropping there later this week.

show opening
friday, july 8th, 2011
7-10 pm

poster info
size: 16.9"x22.5"
medium: 4-color screenprint, french madero beach speckletone 100# cover
edition: limited, 80

gallery 1988
7020 melrose avenue
los angeles, CA 90038
ph: 323.937.7088
hrs: tues-sun 11am-6pm
e-mail: gallery1988melrose@gmail.com

on sale info
prints are now available here.


Blogger The Stapelia Company said...

That poster is amazing. The most sophisticated treatment I've ever seen of that movie in image form. Like you said, it has a ton of layers. Great work!

July 7, 2011 at 3:25 PM  

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