We spent an evening soaking up the sights and sounds of late 60’s Hollywood with a trip to The Barbican to see Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, ‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.’
Known for his obsessive detail, Tarantino manages to perfectly capture the faded glamour of the period and it’s great to see that detail extend into the marketing for the film.
Tarantino commissioned comic book artist Martin Duhovic, legendary film poster artists Steven Chornery (best known for his poster for 1986’s Labyrinth) and Renato Casaro (Conan the Barbarian, Octopussy, and Rambo: First Blood Part II) to create a set of posters of DiCaprio in character as Dalton.
Stylish and atmospheric, the posters cleverly pastiche and play homage to movies that hark of a bygone era.
It’s a welcome change from the overly CGI visuals we’ve become used to when visiting the cinema. A change that we would love to see a lot more of in the future!