Movie Screenplay Posters

For years, movie posters have given us clues as to the plot and purpose of films, with many becoming iconic in their own right. Without the screenplay to draw from, however, we wouldn't have films at all. Movie Screenplay Posters celebrate the words behind the magic by taking key scenes from some of the most celebrated films in history and blowing them up for display. From Yoda telling Luke to "Do. Or do not." to Doc telling Marty "Where we're going, we don't need roads," these posters are an intelligent way to show love for your favorite films.

  • Jean-Michel Basquiat's Untitled

    "Untitled," a 1982 painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, brought $110.5 million during a 10-minute bidding war at Sotheby's yesterday, making it the highest priced artwork sold at auction for any piece created after 1980. The graffiti-leaning skull masterpiece is also the sixth most expensive work ever sold at auction, putting him in the same league as Picasso and Francis Bacon. That also means that Basquiat, the brilliant Manhattan artist who died at only age 27 in 1988, has painted the most expensive piece by an American artist ever sold, breaking a record held by his good friend Andy Warhol.

  • Framed Tweets

    Hundreds of millions of tweets are posted each day. Most are garbage. Some are gold. For the latter, there's Framed Tweets. Exactly what it says, they sell a curated selection of tweets from celebrities, politicians, comics, and just plain old interesting or funny people, all printed on high-quality paper with archival ink and placed in an ornate golden frame. Should you have a favorite 140 character blurb that's not on their site, they also have a custom service that will place any tweet you want inside a frame.

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