Check Out Laurent Durieux's New 'The Godfather: Part II' Art Print
"When he grows, he will grow strong." Better than Part 1? It's an endless debate… Which is better - The Godfather: Part 1 or Part 2? Well, if you're partial to Part 2, you might want to take a look at this. French artist Laurent Durieux has created a new screen print for Francis Ford Coppola's iconic 1974 sequel The Godfather: Part II. Odd City Entertainment will be releasing the print in limited quantities starting this week, including a special edition printed on wood (!) with 12 colors that will go for $300. Again, might be worth it if you're partial to Part 2. This is one gorgeous poster and the quote at the bottom really tops it off.
Here's a full look at the art by Durieux, debuted by Collider. Top version is the regular edition at $65 each.
This is the variant below, which features Italian lettering. The wood version will not be using this variant.
All editions of this limited 24"x36" screen print will be printed by SP Productions in Brussels with 12 colors. The regular edition (top) is $65 at a quantity of 375, the variant edition (bottom) is $100 at a quantity of 200. And they're printing a special "wood edition" using the regular artwork at a quantity of 60 for $300 each. For info and to order, visit the Odd City Store. Pre-sales begin Friday, March 6th at a random time.
Coppola's The Godfather: Part II was initially released in December 1974 after The Godfather: Part I was originally released in 1972. Robert De Niro takes over, starring as Vito Corleone in 1920s New York, while Al Pacino stars as his son Michael. The epic crime film was nominated for eleven Academy Awards and was the first sequel to win for Best Picture. While at it, check out Durieux's artwork for The Godfather: Part I here.