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Spoke Art Release two Dr Strangelove Posters.

Today Spoke Art released two new posters for  Stanley Kubrick’s cult classic Dr Strangelove or: How I learned to Worrying and Love the Bomb. The posters were commissioned by the historic Castro Theatre in San Fransisco (Oh how I wish we had a cinema like this) for a 4k digital  screening of the film. See the full series of limited edition movie posters Spoke Art have  for the Castro here.

The two posters were produced by Tracie Ching and Sam Smith, both 18 x 24″ screenprints produced in editions of 100 (signed and numbered by the artists) and really are great looking posters. Unfortunately I could only afford one of these (the Tracie Ching one), but check out them both below. The Tracie Ching one sold out within 30 minutes but at the time of writing the Sam Smith one is still available.

Dr Strangelove, Tracie Ching

Dr Strangelove, Tracie Ching, 18″ x 24″ screenprint, edition 100

smith-Dr.-Strangelove

Dr Strangelove, Sam Smith, 18″ X 24′ screenprint, edition 100