Posted by specialK October 24, 2012

I'm very anxious to see "The Man With The Iron Fists", the upcoming Quentin Tarantino film. The film may just be RZA's 'Samurai Showdown' since he's co-written, directed by & starring. Not only does the movie sound cool, but one of the promotional campaigns is just as interesting. 16 movie posters were designed by 10 artists for an outdoor series of exclusive tear-off & take away art for fans and collectors alike. The posters are all very different and very cool. They vary from Japanese woodblock to pop art, back to retro action film illustrations. The revolutionary series is a unique & innovative advertising campaign that forces people to look past the traditional, tried & true routes of promotion. Contributing artists include Yasushi Ono, Ian Keltie, Margaret Berg, & Shawn Knight. 

The posters will be posted Monday, 10/22 through Sunday, 11/4 in NYC, LA, San Francisco, Washington DC, Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Detroit, Seattle, Philadelphia, Dallas, & Phoenix. 


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