Jason Edmiston's truly gorgeous poster for THE HATEFUL EIGHT is on sale right now. This is a project that's been in the works since early December and we are extremely excited it is now available for purchase. The 8th film by Quentin Tarantino is a brutal and brilliant western set mostly within a single, desolate shelter along a mountain pass. We worked closely with Jason and Quentin's team to create an image that represented the films iconic and titular "eight," while also wanting to pay special attention to the lush, vast snowy landscapes captured in glorious 70mm. Jason has truly achieved what we feel to be among his best and certainly most technically proficient screen prints ever and we hope you like it as much as we do.
THE HATEFUL EIGHT will be available for 72 hours from Thursday (4/21) at 12PM CST until Sunday (4/24) at 12PM CST.
The Hateful Eight by Jason Edmiston
36"x24" Screen Print. Hand numbered.
Available from Thursday (4/21) at 12PM CST until Sunday (4/24) at 12PM CST.
Printed by D&L Screenprinting
Expected to Ship in 6 - 8 Weeks
"Quentin Tarantino is my favorite contemporary director, and Mondo thrilled me with the offer to attack an official poster for his latest movie, THE HATEFUL EIGHT. Enthralled by the film, I accepted the challenge. The eight titular characters are as equally important to the plot of the movie as the super wide, glorious 70 millimeter Panavision presentation. I wanted to feature both the diverse personalities and the beautiful, expansive landscape during a raging snow storm that reflects the energy inside the Haberdashery.
Stylistically, Italian western posters of the 60s and 70s influenced my approach since this production shares many of those films' typical characters and plot cues. I also wanted to maintain as much of my painted style as possible within the limitations of screen printing. I maximized the three-dimensional quality by purposefully layering my background, middle-ground and foreground elements to tell a story. Starting with a full value, black and white traditional painting, I then finalized it digitally. Comprised of 10 layers, created one at a time, the completed work combines a mix of opaque and transparent inks to emulate a full color watercolor painting. The entire process from concept to final poster took nearly 6 weeks. It was a labor of love and perhaps my proudest accomplishment to date."
- Jason Edmiston
Additionally, Jason is offering up his full 36" x 24" pencil sketch as a giveaway! It will be randomly inserted into the poster tube of one lucky fan.