Hi, The poster (Twilight 1 Sheet) arrived today in perfect condition!. Thank you. I am very very happy with the purchase, even I think its beautiful. I have not seen a poster of this quality available here. It was purchased as a gift for a teenage girl who is graduating high school soon. Of all things, the poster is what she requested along with a Jane Austen novel.
Receiving the poster will make her day. Absolutely. Thank you for all your help during the purchasing and shipping process. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase from you again or recommend other people to do so.
Kind regards, Debbie.
About Recreated Movie Poster Lithographs
High Quality Movie Art
No folds, fades or tatters. No compromises in quality. The printer's painstaking, "low-tech," historical lithographic process, using extremely rare antique presses, results in extraordinary artworks that exactly recreate the original movie posters in every detail. They are remarkably affordable, the selection of images, hand-picked by film experts, is guaranteed to quicken the pulse of any movie fan.
How are these posters created?
Working with the vintage poster the artisan first hand-draws a separate plate for each color to be used in printing. They then carefully select the finest quality inks for vibrant, pure color. Finally, a team of highly skilled lithographers slowly "pulls" each poster on the atelierís historic presses, one color at a time, in perfect registration. The completed posters are examined to make sure they are perfect and then hand-numbered. Each example in the edition is then hand-signed by the artist.
The result: superb artworks of brilliant color, rich texture, subtle nuance, and crisp, clear lines. Thereís nothing else like these posters.
These are posters that entice and titillate, that glamorize the stars and spark our imaginations. In over 100 years of cinematic history, movie posters have themselves grown into a cultural phenomenon. But specimens of original prints in decent condition are becoming more rare and less accessible as their prices skyrocket. And that's a shame. Because if ever there was an art form designed to delight everyone everywhere, it's the art of the movies.