Original silkscreen of the film Vertigo of Alfred Hitchcock by Gary Pullin limited to 240 copies for Mondo in 2013.
In 1958, Alfred Hitchckock directed Cold sweatsoften referred to by its original title Vertigo. With James Stewart and Kim Novak in the lead roles, he is ranked in the American Film Institute's list of the ten best American films of all time.
The original poster was designed by Saul Bass (who also designed the poster for Shinning) and takes up the elements of the formal unity of the film, namely the expressionism of colour and the figure of the spiral.
In 2013, the artist Gary Pullin proposes an alternative version of the Vertigo poster, inspired by the Bass version. He keeps the main motifs, reducing them to the essentials: the colour orange, the spiral, the fall, the eye.
Also known as Eyeball by the artist, it is a hand-numbered edition of 240 copies, produced by Mondo Graphics, a specialist in misappropriated posters and silkscreen printing.
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