Quentin Tarantino has marvelled us for the past 24 years. His art-house, independent aesthetic has defiantly deviated from Hollywood’s cinematographic norms, shattering audiences’ perception of filmic structure along the way. He’s shocked us, made us laugh, sent shivers down our spines, and taught us to expect the unexpected. His characters, like Mia Wallace, Vince Vega, and the Black Mamba, have become imprinted on popular culture. Through this, his films have become generational icons, benchmarks to which other films are arguably compared to.
Now his filmography has been brought to life, once again, through David Redon‘s (AKA Ads Libitum) new print series Pulp Books. All eight films (Tarantino counts Kill Bill: Volumes 1 & 2 as one piece of work) are reimagined as book covers, capturing the essence of each eclectic film.
Do yourself a favour and check out the entire print collection in the gallery above in chronological order, of course. Prints are available on his shop, Society6.
- Words: Louis Hanson
- Images: David Redon