The VVitch 16 Horkey

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curious why this didn't include the screening info. anyone know?
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Wed Dec 07, 2016 6:34 pm

Think I like the reg best. The blue background on the var is little classier but witchery and autumnal colors go together like whiskey and more whiskey. Straight white lines on posters are tricky too... dig that they're "antiqued" a bit on the var.
I dunno. They're both pretty damn nice.
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theperfecttree wrote:curious why this didn't include the screening info. anyone know?
Probably wasn't actually meant to be a MMM. That's my guess
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I have a growing affinity for both the film and this poster, and I liked them both from the beginning. Cant tell if i prefer reg or var though
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Love the detail on the movie's best character. Black Phillip
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I've always liked the var. but, the other day, my wife and I were digging through the flat file pulling out stuff for a trade when it stopped us both in our tracks. For some reason, it went from "pretty drymounting cool" to "holy fudge! Why isn't this on the wall". Think we'll put it over the hearth once I figure out the framing.
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IbisMummy wrote:I've always liked the var. but, the other day, my wife and I were digging through the flat file pulling out stuff for a trade when it stopped us both in our tracks. For some reason, it went from "pretty drymounting cool" to "holy fudge! Why isn't this on the wall". Think we'll put it over the hearth once I figure out the framing.
I've had both, and both are really stunning. The regular looks divine with its autumnal oranges, but I adore, and love the darkness of the variant. It's stunning. One of the best Mondos.
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Fri Feb 16, 2018 9:29 pm

^^
Completely agree about the autumnal feel of the reg; but, as I missed out on the screening, am still pleased with the variant. I haven't had such a split decision on a Horkey reg./var. since his Planete Sauvage print (have both, and still haven't decided which is going on the wall... also, one of his most undervalued works, can be got quite cheap).
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Sat Feb 17, 2018 2:59 pm

Prefer the regular VVitch and Planète Sauvage, but, yeah, both are amazing reg/var combos, and hell yeah, that Sauvage is easily one of Aaron‘s most underrated posters. And such an insane print job, too!
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Sat Feb 17, 2018 3:28 pm

I did not appreciate this print when it was revealed. I'm glad I held onto it, otherwise I'd be trading for it today.
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