I mean, sure, you could be out there with thousands of others fighting over discounted TVs and whatnot, but why not stay in where it's nice and warm and admire Laurent Durieux's latest lovely work for Mondo?
Durieux's Pulp Fiction screen print poster is on sale now on Mondo's site for $60, with preorders only accepted until the end of this Monday, December 1st - and is a gorgeous tribute to what is arguably still Tarantino's most defining film. It's also for a creative cause too, as a percentage of the sales of the poster this weekend will go to the Sally Menke Editorial Fellowship, a funding programme for Film Editors named after one of Tarantino's closest collaborators before she died in 2010.
At a later date Mondo will be offering a variant of Durieux's print, shown above, signed by Tarantino (with 100% of the proceeds going to the Menke Fellowship).
Yes, let's all just stare at pretty art instead of going out into the madness of Black Friday. This is much nicer, isn't it?
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