Tarantino’s Seven Films Immortalized in Art

No director has perhaps quite the cult following of Quentin Tarantino, and rightfully so. The man has only made a handful of films, but practically all are classics and it’s hard to argue that that man isn’t a master filmmaker (though I’m sure some of you will).

One of his many fans, professional artist Tim Doyle, decided to pay tribute to the man with a series of prints showcasing his seven film portfolio which includes Kill Bill 1&2, Jackie Brown, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Death Proof, Jackie Brown and Inglourious Basterds.

I don’t believe you can buy any of these, as they’re set to go on display at some exhibit, but you can pick up prints of Doyle’s other projects in his shop here.

  • JoeandMarysOtherSon

    I liked the Death Proof one best. Not a fan of the movie, though.

  • Cal

    The First Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction ones are my favorites. Also agree, Deathproof was his weakest film, what killed it for me was the bloated and kinda self important dialog. It was basically Tarantino doing “look at my ultra sophisticated dialog aint it cool!”

  • Cal

    Correction, Jackie Brown not Pulp fiction(bloody van)

  • Matthijs

    The Jackie Brown one is pretty nasty. And awesome. Great scene, too.

  • panthertron

    damn this is awesome.

  • Kahanamoku

    What?! No Four Rooms?