[Deluxe Special Edition] Cinema On Paper the Book with Authentic Film Reel Canister Carrying Case – Inscribed by Author

[DELUXE SPECIAL EDITION CASING] – Personal Inscription by Author – VERY LIMITED Supply (out of 10)
This is an extremely rare film reel case from the 1950s meant to house classic Hollywood movie reels. Refurbished and re-purposed, it is now home to the most luscious movie poster book ever produced.
The special edition casing is complete with:
  • personally inscribed custom message from the author of Cinema On Paper: The Graphic Genius of Movie Posters. *Details below*
  • An authentic Film Reel Carrying Case
  • Vintage Film Reel
  • Authentic blank film title postcard
  • Limited Edition Index Sticker with unique ID number (out of 10 in existence)

The case is fortified with a hard exterior bound with 2 strap-tie buckles that lace over the front; on top, a briefcase handle that enables you to transport your book anywhere.

The case is a perfect complement to what is already a luxurious movie poster book. Nothing is better suiting of a book that features some of the rarest and most exotic movie posters in the world than this sturdy Hollywood time capsule case.
VERY Limited Supply.
For custom inscription requests, please fill out the ‘Special Instructions’ found in the checkout process. If no requests are provided, our associates will confirm your specifications through email before the order is shipped.
About the Book

Comprising more than 100 works from one of the most prominent private collections of film posters in the world, Cinema on Paper: The Graphic Genius of Movie Posters is a tribute to the superior talent of an international group of artists whose creativity captured a movie’s essence with arresting precision. Selected for their masterful design, these mass-produced hallmarks of the film business represent cinematic works that date from the turn of the 20th century to the early 2000s. Posters of iconic features, such as Casablanca and The Godfather, stand alongside foreign films and memorable cult classics including Le Samouraï and Barbarella.

3 in stock


 Luxuriously reproduced here for their iconic design and graphic excellence, these rare Hollywood- and foreign-produced posters from the Dwight M. Cleveland collection are placed side by side to illustrate differences in cultural viewpoint through graphic expression and to provide insight into the depth and detail of poster design.


Every poster has a story to tell

Each masterfully-crafted poster carries a rich and illustrious history along with it. Explore one-of-a-kind graphic designs from iconic Hollywood comedies, musicals, Westerns, sci-fi thrillers, dramas, and other cinematic works.

Intros by Steven Heller & Ben Mankiewicz

Steven Heller is co-chair of the SVA MFA Design program. Former Art Director for the New York Times Book Review, he has authored or co-authored over 180 books on graphic design and visual culture. He is the recipient of the 2011 Smithsonian National Design Award for “Design Mind.”

Ben Mankiewicz is the primetime host of Turner Classic Movies. and regular co-host for the on-line political show The Young Turks. Since 2015, Ben has hosted numerous nights of the International Documentary Association’s Conversation Series, a career retrospective Q&A featuring the leading documentary filmmakers. In 2018 and 2019, he was host of the American Society of Cinematographers Awards.

Assouline - A luxury brand on culture

About the publisher:
Beyond “beautiful books” Assouline is invested in the promotion of culture. It has created the “first brand of luxury culture” by opening boutiques where one can discover a world of good taste, excitement and intellect, a place where “culture can be acquired” within a luxurious environment.

Additional information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 15 × 1.5 in


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Selling of films through posters makes a difference between success and failure . . The goal of poster art is to crystallize a film into a simple image—to catch a moment.

TOM JUNG interview with the designer, 1987

I don’t know what it is that first causes a person to become interested in a film—whether it’s the cast, or whether it’s the title, or whether it’s that first image. I believe it is a combination of all of these. That’s the creative part of poster work—that image and what it does and how it affects an audience.

CLINT EASTWOOD as quoted in the New York Times