Los Angeles / New Beverly Cinema
The New Beverly Cinema has lived many lives under many aliases. Since its construction in the Fairfax neighborhood in 1929, it’s been known as Slapsy Maxie's, the New Globe, Capri & Riviera, New Yorker, Europa, and Eros. In 1978 the New Beverly Cinema screened a double feature of A Streetcar Named Desire and Last Tango in Paris, the start of its double-feature format that continues today. The theater was purchased in 2007 by filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, who also leads programming duties.
- Drawn by designer and preservationist Ted Zahn
- 8” x 8” prints are printed on a professional HP Indigo 12000 digital press, on archival heavyweight 130 lb. cardstock.
- 11” 14” prints are Giclee-quality, printed individually on a professional Canon inkjet, using archival pigment-based inks, on thick, museum-grade 330 GSM, 15.5 mil cardstock from Red River Paper.
- 5% of the profits are donated to GoFundMe's Small Business Relief Fund.
- .5” white border around 8 x 8” prints, 1.25” around 11” x 14" prints
- Ships USPS First Class in a rigid Studio Zahn mailer. U.S. Only; no special shipping requests, sorry.
NOTE: Shipping times have been slower during the COVID pandemic. Many shipments arrive in 3-4 days, but some can take up to 2 weeks.