On Sale - 'Noir Series' By Kraftico


We're delighted to announce the sale of the 'Noir Series' posters. We're thrilled about how the poster has come out. The posters will be available in two sizes of 18″ x 24″ and 24″ x 12″ and will go on sale from Monday, June 18th at 10:00AM EST via the Kraftico Web site (www.kraftico.com).

Our sincere and special thanks to Joshua Roberton and Rebecca Cleal of White Duck Editions for taking significant efforts in creating stunning prints with focus on accuracy and finer level of detail.

Every film ever made has inspired a poster intended to capture its essence. But only a genre as visually captivating as film noir could inspire posters for potential movies! We offer five such posters, born from viewing and enjoying gems of film noir. So, go ahead and build a story and screenplay for each one of them!

Full details about the posters can be found below:

On Sale - 'Noir Series' By Kraftico

Noir Series: Two Men in the Dark
Limited edition of 50
18" x 24" hand-numbered 2 Color Screen Print
270gsm Colorplan Ebony Paper
Printed by White Duck Editions
Ships Worldwide

 

On Sale - 'Noir Series' By Kraftico

Noir Series: But She is Still Gorgeous
Limited edition of 50
18" x 24" hand-numbered 2 Color Screen Print
270gsm Colorplan Ebony Paper
Printed by White Duck Editions
Ships Worldwide

 

On Sale - 'Noir Series' By Kraftico

Noir Series: Only One Second Chance
Limited edition of 50
18" x 24" hand-numbered 2 Color Screen Print
270gsm Colorplan Ebony Paper
Printed by White Duck Editions
Ships Worldwide

 

On Sale - 'Noir Series' By Kraftico

Noir Series: After Me
Limited edition of 50
24" x 12" hand-numbered 2 Color Screen Print
270gsm Colorplan Ebony Paper
Printed by White Duck Editions
Ships Worldwide

 

On Sale - 'Noir Series' By Kraftico

Noir Series: Where to?
Limited edition of 50
24" x 12" hand-numbered 2 Color Screen Print
270gsm Colorplan Ebony Paper
Printed by White Duck Editions
Ships Worldwide

 

Film Noir (French for “dark film”)

As a genre, film noir is associated with a set of stylized Hollywood crime dramas made in the 1940s and 1950s. Film critics even precisely mark its Golden Age as beginning with The Maltese Falcon (1941) and ending with Touch of Evil (1958). Strongly reflective of the hard times following the Great Depression and World War II, the crime world of film noir is cold, dark and heartless. Its main protagonists are iconic: a cynical detective in trench-coat and hat, the femme-fatale seductive and manipulative but often gaining our sympathy, and the crime lord corrupt and ruthless. Additional elements that set film noir apart are the use of quotable tough talk, voiceover, narration in flashbacks, and last but definitely not the least: the stunning visual impact of shadow and light. In fact, the noir style is inseparable from its visual style, which uses black and white to contrast smaller areas of light and larger areas of overwhelming darkness.

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