Odd City Entertainment Presents The Godfather Part II



There are few examples in film history where the sequel outshines the original. Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather Part II is one such film. Odd City Entertainment, much like Coppola, follows up their release of The Godfather with this masterpiece from one of our favorite artists, Laurent Durieux.

The Godfather II Reg sm

Godfather Part II (Regular)
Artist: Laurent Durieux
Size: 24×36 screen print
Edition size: 375 prints
Cost: $65
Notes: Signed and Numbered

The Godfather II Var Sm

Godfather Part II (Variant w/Italian text)
Artist: Laurent Durieux
Size: 24×36 screen print
Edition size: 200 prints
Cost: $100
Notes: Signed and Numbered

There will also be a wood edition (regular colorway). It’s an edition of 60 prints and costs $300.

All editions were printed by SP Productions in Brussels, Belgium.

The prints will go on sale at Odd City Entertainment on Friday, March 6 at a random time.

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Laurent Durieux is a Brussels based illustrator and graphic artist. His recent work on alternative movie posters for titles like Steven Spielberg’s Jaws has brought him much deserved attention Stateside.
In 2011 Durieux was named one of the world’s 200 Best Illustrators by international advertising magazine Lürzer’s Archive. See more of his work at www.laurentdurieux.com

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