Crazy 4 Cult: Cult Movie Art:
Measurements: 9½" x 13"
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Published: June 21, 2011
Official book description:
"...a classy movie-geek-must-have..." - Kevin Smith
"This book is 176 pages of stunning, creative, witty, and sometimes just down-right funny art pieces." - We Are Movie Geeks
"I personally recommend the hell out it, and I hope it does well -- because I'll get every single damn collection Gallery 1988 and Titan Books puts out." - Topless Robot
"It's just a damned gorgeous book filled with stunning, movie-related artwork." - Hollywood.com
"Quite simply this book is a must have. If ever there was a book for movie inspired Art collectors then this is it." - Poster Shizzle
"The artwork is beautiful, and anyone who loves film owes it to themselves to check it out." - Ain't It Cool
"Crazy 4 Cult: Cult Movie Art is absolutely amazing and should be picked up by anyone and everyone who considers themselves a moving pictures enthusiast." - Posterocalypse
"A book that belongs on every movie geek's coffee table." - Movies.com
"There's nothing like Crazy 4 Cult and this book shows you why." - Very Aware
"Love Movies? Love Cult Art? Then 'Crazy 4 Cult' Is the Book for You." - Moviefone
"THIS BOOK ROCKS!" - Cool and Collected
The annual Crazy 4 Cult art show in LA has quickly become a phenomenon, with thousands of visitors, a million hits on its website on opening day, and high profile buyers including Kevin Smith and Edgar Wright.
Why? Because the cream of the pop culture-influenced art scene - including Shepard Fairey, creator of the Obama 'Hope' poster - come together to celebrate cult movies with art that is surprising, beautiful and very, very cool.
This lavishly produced book presents the best of the first 4 years of the show, with art inspired by such movies as The Big Lebowski, Edward Scissorhands, Blade Runner, Donnie Darko, A Clockwork Orange, Pulp Fiction and many more.
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Brand: Random House
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