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AFI Pulp Fiction Poster Lithograph

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In 1994, Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece Pulp Fiction hit the theaters and was a "major critical and commercial success". Both Tarantino and Avary won the Academy Award for Original Screenplay and the film was nominated for 7 Oscars including Best Picture.

The iconic theatrical release Style A poster for the film became highly collectible and is one of the AFI Top 100 Movie Posters. The poster is recreated as a fine art lithograph using the hand-drawn, hand pulled method on an antique French Marinoni Voirin printing press dating from the 1900s. It's printed on archival, handmade French Rives BFK 100% cotton paper using only the finest quality inks assuring that this masterpiece will last you more than one lifetime. 

Pulp[ Fiction AFI Movie Poster Lithograph

Above: Image of Pulp Fiction AFI Movie Poster Lithograph

Above: Image of Pulp Fiction AFI Movie Poster Lithograph on the antique 1900s French Marinoni Voririn Printing Press

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