Year after year, people face the same dilemmas again and again. They set out in search of perfect gifts for friends and family members for birthdays, Christmas, anniversaries, graduations, and more. If they aren't careful, they can run themselves ragged trying to figure out what to purchase, so much so that the entire ordeal can leave them stressed out and overwhelmed. Thankfully, those who have movie buffs to buy gifts for have come to the right place.
This article will be discussing some limited edition screen prints that could serve as presents for special occasions. Recipients will be filled with joy upon getting the pieces as they can decorate the walls of their homes or offices with them, where they can be viewed for years to come. Therefore, potential gift buyers should read on to learn about a couple of limited edition screen prints worth looking into.
Who doesn't love a good horror flick? Mainger created twenty of these prints in 2014. This 16×20-inch poster is hand-numbered by the artist. It was made for John Carpenter's Halloween, The Night He Came Home, featuring Jamie Lee Curtis and Donald Pleasence. Any fan of the horror genre is sure to get a kick out of the creepy face and mask that grace the front of the unit. If someone in your life likes Halloween and you need to buy them a present, you can't go wrong with this selection.
Is the person you are shopping for into fast-paced, adrenaline-pumping action movies? If so, this Tyler Scout variant edition 2013 screen print poster for Drive might be a better fit. The film's main characters are displayed on the sign, along with storefronts, cars, and car parts. This piece measures 24×36 inches and is in very good—not mint—overall condition. It is notable to mention that there are two rips on the right edge of the poster; however, they are both in an inconspicuous location and can be framed out.
Gremlins is a cult classic from the 1980s. If the person you are shopping for can't get enough of the flick, this 24×18-inch poster might be the right choice. Landland is the artist responsible for this creation that does not have Gizmo anywhere in sight. Rather, those evil, mischievous, and green beings are portrayed watching a movie in a theater on the piece. They are causing tons of commotion, and the entire poster can keep the viewer entertained for hours on end.