Margot Royal Tenenbaums 10 Sperry

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this is great!
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Size: 22 x 62

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From Chuck ...


My poster is an homage – not only to the films of Wes Anderson – but an homage also to Alphonse Mucha and his “Medea” poster. I’ve run with the idea that Margot Tenenbaum is a playwright and here she has cast herself in the role of Medea, the tragic protagonist from Euripide’s play, as portrayed in Mucha’s poster.

It’s twelve colors, six colors on each of the two pieces. It is printed as a diptych – top and bottom – much like Alphonse Mucha printed his two piece posters in the early 1900′s. Both pieces of “Margot” fit together to create a 22″ x 62″ diptych.

Each piece will be approx 22 x 31 – there’s printed overlap on the bottom part and a full bleed cut on the top part – so they fit together.

“Margot,” The Royal Tenenbaums Poster

for Bad Dads a Tribute to Wes Anderson

curated by Ken Harman

22 x 62 (in two parts)

Edition of 50 (matched numbers)

12 colors on archival cream paper

Signed and Numbered (Both top – on the back - and bottom – on the front)


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Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:06 am

Will this be listed as 1st and 2nd editions or two separate pieces?
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:17 am

will someone please pick me up just the bottom half?
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:26 am

I'll trade a top #36 for your bottom #48.
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 2:14 am

AOTW for me.

This better have perfect registration.
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 4:05 am

Wow -this is amazing!! Want!
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:54 am

itsdug wrote:I'll trade a top #36 for your bottom #48.
I'm trying to find a 36 top and a 34 bottom with a middle 24.
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mistersmith wrote:
itsdug wrote:I'll trade a top #36 for your bottom #48.
I'm trying to find a 36 top and a 34 bottom with a middle 24.

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