Check out these amazing Coen brothers themed screen prints

Celebrate the release of Hail, Caesar! by picking up one of our limited edition gig poster inspired artworks.

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For our Inside Llweyn Davis issue, we teamed up with our friends at White Duck Screen Print for a special exhibition of seven specially commissioned silk-screen gig posters inspired by the films of the Coen brothers – reframing iconic movies like Blood Simple, The Big Lebowski and Inside Llewyn Davis as headlining musical acts.

To celebrate the release of the Coens’ latest, Hail, Caesar!, we’ve released a limited number of the screen prints, which you can pick up from our online shop.

Check out the amazing original illustrations below, by artists Dan MumfordCrispin Finn, Joe Wilson, Chris Delorenzo, Luke Drozd, The Little Friends of Printmaking and Telegramme. Which is your favourite?

Our Coen brothers inspired screen print are available to buy from our online shop for a limited time only.

Published 24 Feb 2016

Tags: Coen brothers

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