Odd City Entertainment is excited to announce a limited edition screen print of the original 1976 Brian De Palma horror classic Carrie. Having been the first of Stephen King’s novels to be adapted for the screen, Carrie was both a critical and box office success. It holds up today as one of the greatest genre films about the potential horror of psychic ability.
This print is Odd City’s first release of work by our very own Jessica Deahl, who serves as our Chief Creative Director.
“When Odd City asked me to take on Carrie, I couldn’t have been more excited. Now an iconic horror film more than thirty years old, the themes of fear, isolation, and estrangement are still relatable. I wanted to portray the story of Carrie White as a triumph. She overcomes the horrific and inhumane treatment of her peers and unjust religious control of her mother to win back her life. She was a prisoner in her own home, and her rage destroys it.”
Jessica Deahl’s Carrie print will be a signed limited release of 150, printed with 6 inks on French Butcher Off White paper. You can purchase it right here, right NOW!
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