So, explain about the posters. Are they mint condition? Are they reprints?
These are actual posters that were printed to be displayed in Australian theaters for the release of the film in question. They were never used for that purpose, just bundled into a tube and sent to me as part of my contract. Well, they can't sit in tubes all their lives.
They aren't reprints and apart from the tiniest bit of feathering that might have occurred at the edges they are certainly mint condition.
Do you have the poster for ______?
I might. This is only a tiny store so I can only put up a small number of items at a time - feel free to send me a mail here if you want to know if I have a particular design in stock (although if it's Suburban Mayhem I have to say I have run out).
What dimensions are Australian onesheets?
All over the place. The ones I've designed range from 680mmx900mm to 710x1040 and all ranges in between. The modern standard seems to have settled on 700x1000.
They tend to be printed one-sided, because many art-house cinemas over here don't use lightboxes. Also, because it's cheaper.
Woah. That LYNCHED book sure costs a lot to post.
That's not actually a question. I know it's expensive. I'm sorry. It's pretty heavy, and it has to come all the way from Australia. But it's worth it, it looks and feels quite lovely. When some bore asks you the rhetorical question "What price quality?" now you have the answer "I don't know, but the postage for it is about 35 bucks, buddy".
The other thing to bear in mind is that it can't be sent with other items. It is the wrong shape. Or they are.