Check Out Odd City Entertainment's Awesome 'True Romance' Poster

February 20, 2014
Source: Collider

True Romance

Though director Tony Scott is no longer with us, he left behind a legacy of spectacular films that will inspire generations of cinephiles and filmmakers. One such gem is True Romance, arguably the best film that Scott directed in his all too short career. And if you're a huge fan of the film written by Quentin Tarantino and starring Christian Slater, Brad Pitt, Gary Oldman, Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, Patricia Arquette and many more, then you'll probably want to grab one of these slick new pieces of artwork from Odd City Entertainment, created by the artist Gabz, one each for Detroit and LA.

Here's the blue cupid on a white background for Detroit:

True Romance

And here's the black cupid on a cream background for Los Angeles:

True Romance

Thanks to Collider for calling our attention to this great piece of work. Much like Mondo prints, these two posters will be on sale at a random time at Odd City Entertainment on Friday, February 21st. They just sold out a different True Romance print today, so don't be confused by the Twitter updates today, but stay tuned to their feed to see when these two new prints go on sale tomorrow. Both of the prints measure 24″x36″ and each version will have 85 prints available and will cost you $55 to throw on your wall. Cool?

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  • cuckoozey
    Nice poster but missing Bronson Pinchot on the rollercoaster.
  • grimjob
    God I love this flick. One of Gandolfini's most sinister scenes...
  • ssss
    One of my favorite movies of all time...however I've only seen the director's cut.




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