Before the well-deserved summer break, a quick update on everything 2001-related around the web.
- A1 size: 59,4cm x 80,1cm total dimensions, 86.5% of original size. 270 Euros, without shipping cost
- Original: 70cm x 98cm total dimensions, 100% of original size. 300 Euros, without shipping cost
- XL size: 116cm x 76cm total dimensions, 109% of original size. 350 Euros, without shipping cost
Price may be on the high side, but it is a limited edition and of high quality. For other sizes, please contact Oliver through his website below (contact page). Note that anything below A2 or higher than the XL will either not show enough detail or render 'imperfections'.
To purchase it, contact Oliver Rennert here.
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Check out the great 2001-related interviews my friend Justin Bozung has been posting on TV Store Online's Blog: Ivor Powell (part 1 and 2), Lydia Wilen, Jill Caras.
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We mourn the late Frederick Ordway III, scientific consultant to 2001, who passed away on July 1, aged 87. He deserves a larger, greater post - and not only for his contribution to our favourite movie; in the meantime, check out the obituaries by New York Times and Washington Post.
Mr.Ordway in the Borehamwood studios during the shooting of 2001 (Source)
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The Apollo 11 Moon Landing happened 45 years ago, on July 21, 1969. Here it is, recut to Stanley Kubrick's 2001: Space Odyssey from Nick Acosta on Vimeo.
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Some quick links to visit while suntanning on the beach:
- 2001italia su Tumblr
- 2001italia su Facebook
- 2001italia su Twitter
- 2001: A Space Odyssey Group on Facebook
And one last thing before I go: the BEST 2001-related image archive on the Net, Dave Harmon's 2001archive (https://www.flickr.com/photos/2001archive/sets/). You'll spend the whole summer browsing it. Enjoy!