WHIPLASH Private Commission - Artwork is Finished

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Postby Olecram82 on Sun Oct 25, 2015 9:20 am

Silver Screen Posters presents:

WHIPLASH by Raj Khatri.

"There are no two words in the English language more harmful than 'good job.'" -Terence Fletcher

The illustration is FINISHED and is available in 2 sizes. Photo is attached to this post. There is also a photo album inside the group showcasing up-close, detailed screenshots. See below for print info.

PRINT INFO:

::: 2 Sizes Available for Purchase :::

Join the Group and vote for which size you want in the Pinned Post. When we have enough interest, around 30 votes, I will setup payment in the Silver Screen Posters store for each separate size. Joining the group is not a commitment to purchase, only voting is. So feel free to join the group for more info and photos of the print.

FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Whiplash.Khatri/

SIZES AND PRICES:

18x24 - $45
24x36 - $60

TYPE: Due to the detailed, acrylic style of the illustration, this will be a fine art, high-quality giclee.

Clockwork Printing, the preferred printer of the Bottleneck Gallery, will manufacture the posters.

RUN: 30+, combining both size options.

Raj wanted to conceptually portray the film's themes in this stunning illustration: Andrew Neimann's (Miles Teller) literal blood, sweat and tears dripping and vibrating on the cymbal as he painstakingly practices and strives to be a drumming legend; amidst the pressures of life and the harsh teaching methods of Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons). The added brushstrokes around the cymbal give the print an overall kinetic energy which is evident in many parts of the film. The warm gold and black color choices reflect the palette of the film.

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