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Gone in 60 Seconds Movie Poster
These limited-edition screen-printed posters were created for the 'Cinema Overdrive' screening of H.B. Halicki's original 1974 crash and stunt-filled GONE IN 60 SECONDS at the Colony Theater in Raleigh.
The movie and this poster are an amazing ode to the American muscle car and an era of filmmaking that has long since past.
The poster is based on a vintage US "Ramp" speed limit sign that has been spray painted, rusted out, vandalized and had stickers slapped on it (if you ever took a road trip anywhere in the States in the 70s you probably saw something similar to this as you traveled down the highway!)
One of the most impressive details on this print is the background- if you'll look closely, you'll see that the background of the artwork is the schematic of a Ford Mustang clutch assembly. The Getz Solutions logo was also redesigned to have a "70's Retro" feel for this poster.
An early 'test batch' of posters resulted in one of the colors (black) being laid too early during the printing process (The error is only noticeable at close range). Most of these 'Test Run' posters were given away for free. They have a slightly more 'orange' tint to the background color and are considered more desirable by some collectors. These were all signed in blue ink as Artist's Proofs.
The final run of posters was only 55 prints, each hand signed and numbered by the artist, Travis Getz. There was also a small "test batch" printed where the colors were a little "off".
Printed on 100 lb Cougar White paper, unframed.
Special thanks to Matt Pennachi of Cinema Overdrive for his assistance with this project and contributions to the description above.