2001: A Space Odyssey 17 Woodson

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Some pics from FB showing varnish layer on monolith.
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Mon Nov 06, 2017 6:28 am

He shoulda put the monolith at a slight angle straight on is just flat black
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ricv64 wrote:He shoulda put the monolith at a slight angle straight on is just flat black
Film was similar, monolith absorbed all light falling on it.

Its iconic dimensions would be thrown off somewhat by angled view of it.
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GOAT?
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Codeblue wrote:GOAT?
Kubrick estate bought 30, just sayin'...
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How many did your cru cop doe?
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Codeblue wrote:How many did your cru cop doe?
Tally isn't in yet. Still driving around Austin underpasses picking up prints...
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rubberneck wrote:
ricv64 wrote:He shoulda put the monolith at a slight angle straight on is just flat black
Film was similar, monolith absorbed all light falling on it.

Its iconic dimensions would be thrown off somewhat by angled view of it.
Nah I disagree the flat is a distraction ...free county enjoy it if you like it

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This was definitely the best print Mondo had at the con. It looks great in person.
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Not sure if it's been mentioned anywhere else but a pretty significant number of these are damaged.
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RambosRemodeler wrote:Not sure if it's been mentioned anywhere else but a pretty significant number of these are damaged.
Yeah, my friend and I both have ones that have creases on the monolith. Anyone else have this problem?
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RambosRemodeler wrote:Not sure if it's been mentioned anywhere else but a pretty significant number of these are damaged.
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captainhigh5 wrote:
RambosRemodeler wrote:Not sure if it's been mentioned anywhere else but a pretty significant number of these are damaged.
Yeah, my friend and I both have ones that have creases on the monolith. Anyone else have this problem?
Same here. By the time I realized there weren't replacements available.
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nomdeguerre wrote:
captainhigh5 wrote:
RambosRemodeler wrote:Not sure if it's been mentioned anywhere else but a pretty significant number of these are damaged.
Yeah, my friend and I both have ones that have creases on the monolith. Anyone else have this problem?
Same here. By the time I realized there weren't replacements available.
Yeah, it took me too long to notice as well. So now we are just stuck with these damaged ones they can't replace?
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