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Based on the night sky over Los Angeles on October 6th, 1927—the release date of Al Jolson’s ‘The Jazz Singer’—this Hollywood Star Chart features fictional constellations named after culturally significant films. Comprising more than 60 films titles, including King Kong, The Wizard of Oz, It’s a Wonderful Life, and Casablanca, this mind-boggling two-color lithograph—created by the designers at Dorothy—includes its own A-Z key of featured actors with their Academy Award nomination dates and the position of their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Unframed. Two-color lithograph print.
120gsm Uncoated Art Paper
Blue, Gold, White
W 23.62” H 31.50”
When four advertising vets turned to their own ideas in 2010, Ali, Phil, Jim, and Tich became Dorothy. A Manchester, England-based studio, Dorothy creates conceptual artwork and products that reimagine familiar entities in new forms: Hollywood stars become astrological maps, the dollar sign is made a symbol of getting screwed, and pop charts turn color wheels.