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Hollywood Star Charts Make Cinema Celestial.




Dorothy has done it again. Their new Hollywood Star Charts - available in four different editions - celebrate some of the most culturally significant films and actors to have graced the silver screen since 1927.

Choose from the Golden Age star chart (limited or open edition) or Modern Day star chart (limited or open edition) depending on your favorite cinematic era. Both re-imagine constellations as American films and re-name the stars that make up the clusters after the Hollywood greats that appeared in them. And yes, they ship worldwide.

Hollywood Star Chart: Golden Age - Original Open Edition



The Golden Age version of our Hollywood Star Chart features constellations named after some of the most culturally significant films to have appeared on the silver screen since 1927 - 1960's. The stars that make up the clusters are the Hollywood stars that appeared in them.



The chart is based on the night sky over Los Angeles on October 6th 1927 - the release date of Al Jolson's 'The Jazz Singer', the first feature-length motion picture with synchronized dialogue which heralded a new era for cinema and the decline of the silent film.



The 62 films featured include those chosen for preservation in the US National Film Registry due to their cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance; Academy Award winners; and a few personal favourites. Films include King Kong, The Wizard of Oz, It's a Wonderful Life, Gone with the Wind, Casablanca and Rebel without a Cause



An A-Z key of featured actors lists their Academy Award nomination dates and the position of their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

2 colour litho print on 120gsm uncoated art paper
H80 x W60cm
£25 (plus P&P)
BUY IT HERE

Hollywood Star Chart: Golden Age - Signed Limited Edition (Gold Metallic)



The Golden Age version of our Hollywood Star Chart features constellations named after some of the most culturally significant films to have appeared on the silver screen since 1927 - 1960's. The stars that make up the clusters are the Hollywood stars that appeared in them.



The chart is based on the night sky over Los Angeles on October 6th 1927 - the release date of Al Jolson's 'The Jazz Singer', the first feature-length motion picture with synchronized dialogue which heralded a new era for cinema and the decline of the silent film.



The 62 films featured include those chosen for preservation in the US National Film Registry due to their cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance; Academy Award winners; and a few personal favourites. Films include King Kong, The Wizard of Oz, It's a Wonderful Life, Gone with the Wind, Casablanca and Rebel without a Cause.



An A-Z key of featured actors lists their Academy Award nomination dates and the position of their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.



1 colour (metallic gold) litho print on 120gsm Keaykolour Navy Blue uncoated paper
H80 x W60cm
Limited Edition signed and stamped litho prints cost £100 each plus P&P.
The print run is limited to only 350 copies.
BUY IT HERE

Hollywood Star Chart: Modern Day - Signed Limited Edition (Silver Metallic)



The Modern Day version of our Hollywood Star Chart features constellations named after some of the most culturally significant films to have appeared on the silver screen since 1960 - present day. The stars that make up the clusters are the Hollywood stars that appeared in them.



The chart is based on the night sky over New York on June 16th 1960 - the date of the first showing of Hitchcock's 'Psycho' at the DeMille Theater. With its new approach to storytelling, characterisation and violence it is seen as a key movie in the start of the post-classical era of Hollywood.



The 108 films featured include those chosen for preservation in the US National Film Registry due to their cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance; Academy Award winners; and a few personal favourites. Films include Easy Rider, Bonnie and Clyde, The Exorcist, The Godfather, Chinatown, Star Wars, Pulp Fiction and Avatar.

An A-Z key of featured actors lists their Academy Award nomination dates and the position of their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

1 colour (metallic silver) litho print on 120gsm Keaykolour Jet Black uncoated paper
H80 x W60cm
Limited Edition signed and stamped litho prints cost £100 each plus P&P. The print run is limited to only 350 copies.
BUY IT HERE

Hollywood Star Chart: Modern Day - Original Open Edition



The Modern Day version of our Hollywood Star Chart features constellations named after some of the most culturally significant films to have appeared on the silver screen since 1960 - present day. The stars that make up the clusters are the Hollywood stars that appeared in them.



The chart is based on the night sky over New York on June 16th 1960 - the date of the first showing of Hitchcock's 'Psycho' at the DeMille Theater. With its new approach to storytelling, characterisation and violence it is seen as a key movie in the start of the post-classical era of Hollywood.



The 108 films featured include those chosen for preservation in the US National Film Registry due to their cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance; Academy Award winners; and a few personal favourites. Films include Easy Rider, Bonnie and Clyde, The Exorcist, The Godfather, Chinatown, Star Wars, Pulp Fiction and Avatar.



An A-Z key of featured actors lists their Academy Award nomination dates and the position of their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.



2 colour litho print on 120gsm uncoated art paper
H80 x W60cm
Original open edition litho print for £25 plus P&P
BUY IT HERE

all images courtesy of We Are Dorothy

1 comments:

M Verma said...

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