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The “Lost Art of ‘Inglourious Basterds'” To Aid Haiti Relief in L.A.

Think you’ve seen all the bloodshed, bullets, and baseball bats you were going to get from Quentin Tarantino for a while? Wrong. Thanks to an exhibit by West Coast streetwear and skateboard kings Upper Playground, you’ve got 12 new stomach-turning takes on Tarantino’s “Natzi Killin'” whopper, “Inglourious Basterds”, and a chance to help the people of Haiti.

SA Studios, Upper Playground, The Weinstein Company, and Tarantino himself have collaborated on a special showing and auction which will offer up limited prints of 12 new posters for the Academy-Award-nominated film by illustrators including Grotesk, Morning Breath, Sam Flores, N8 Van Dyke, Alex Pardee, and many others—all proceeds going toward earthquake relief in Haiti. An on-premises show tomorrow, February 18th from 6pm – 9pm, showcasing the 12 prints will be followed up by a sale at the store. Six copies of each print, every one signed by Tarantino himself, will be available for $300. With no online sales, all you Hollywood readers have a leg up on the rest of us in getting one more artistic take on “The Bear Jew” working his magic with a Louisville Slugger.
To buy a print head to:
“The Lost Art of ‘Inglourious Basterds”
February 18, 2010 from 6pm – 9pm
Upper Playground
25 East 6th Street
Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
(213) 623-4300
To tour Studio Babelsberg where “Inglourious Basterds” and hundreds of your favorite movies have been shot, visit:
Filmpark Babelsberg
Potsdam, Germany
+ 49 33-721-2738
For more of your world viewed through movie locations, pick up a copy of our “Film + Travel” series.
All images courtesy of Upper Playground.

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