Size: 43 x 60 inches
About The Poster:
But the 2004 jury was, in fact, barely French at all. Tarantino headed the jury (ten years after winning his Palme d'Or for Pulp Fiction) which included French actress Emmanuelle Beart and Belgian comedian Benoit Poelvoorde, but also the Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat, noted photographer Jerry Schatzberg, and Vietnamese director Tsui Hark. Best of all, there were Kathleen Turner and Tilda Swinton. All Cannes juries are eclectic, but still, that is absolutely a group I'd love to watch movies with for a couple of weeks, even if Tarantino probably pestered Turner with questions about Brian de Palma the whole time."
The poster is in excellent condition, hand-signed, linen-backed and ready to frame.
About the Artist:
Razzia is one of a handful of modern artists who have chosen posters as their form of expression. His work uses strong colors and imagery, often with Art Deco overtones, to quickly and effectively convey the advertising and marketing message.
Razzia (whose real name is Gerard Courbouleix Deneriaz) began his career as a successful photographer working with "rock & roll giants" like Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and Pink Floyd. Tired of professional photography field, he turned to graphic design and over the past 25 years, he has created innumerable images of fast cars, fast women, and even posters for Louis Vuitton. He lives and works in Paris.