Odd City Entertainment’s Fargo!


Once again it sucks to not live in Austin, Texas.

Odd City Entertainment, in conjunction with the Paramount Theatre, announces an amazing screening for the movie Fargo tomorrow (Wednesday, August 21, 2013) at, of course, the Paramount Theatre. Oh yeah, there will also be a kick ass screen print!

Check it out below!

OCE_Fargo-Regular Fargo – Regular
Artist: Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz)
Size: 24″ x 36″
Printed by: D&L Screenprinting
Edition Size: 325
Price: $45
Details: 2 Metallic inks with a Glow-in-the-Dark layer

OCE_Fargo-Variant Fargo – Variant
Artist: Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz)
Size: 24″ x 36″
Printed by: D&L Screenprinting
Edition Size: 135
Price: $75
Details: 2 Metallic inks on pearlescent paper with a Glow-in-the-Dark layer

Glow-in-the-Dark layer for both regular and variant.

Odd City Entertainment is excited to announce in conjunction with Paramount Theatre, a limited edition screen print for a screening of Joel and Ethan Coen’s Academy Award winning movie, Fargo, at Stateside at the Paramount on Wed., August 21st in Austin, Texas. The screening is part of Paramount Theatre’s Summer Classic Film Series which features Film Noir 101; classics that recall the history of Noir while taking it in a new direction. Roman Morales, Odd City CEO and print connoisseur, discussed working with the artist Gabz on his print for this iconic and cult classic movie, “Fargo was the first piece Odd City had fully produced with Gabz. There were a lot of late nights and several weeks of back and forth to make sure this piece was perfect. The versions that had been considered and dismissed could fill a book. There were people with their heads chopped in half, outrageously brilliant colors, and even a landscape version. If there was a book on the prints that Gabz had produced to date, I have to believe there would be an entire chapter dedicated to Fargo alone. Gabz wanted nothing more than perfection. With the cooperation of the cast, the tools were all laid out in front of him. All he had to do was let his imagination run wild. I believe he nailed it.

Click the link for details on the screening and to buy your tickets – http://www.austintheatre.org/site/Calendar/361564351?view=Detail&id=34841

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