A collection of homages paid to Quentin Tarantino’s cult-classic film.
I remember being in a trance the first time I watched Pulp Fiction. The story line was hard to follow but it was entertaining as hell, which is probably why I’ve seen it dozens of times since. Apparently, I’m not the only one the film resonated with.
Andy Rash is a talented illustrator who is creating a running series of pop culture icons in a pixelated, 8-bit style. The rest of his collection is absolutely worth checking out. They’re called “Iotacons.” Here’s an interview with Andy and Rondal Scott III.
The cartoon version is somehow less intimidating. Created in “about an hour” by a Redditor. Source.
Back in ’94 when Pulp Fiction was all the rage in L.A. some drawings leaked out of Film Roman. I don’t know who did these, but they’re great. Though I’ve got thirty or so of this series these are my favorite.
As you’ll notice if you read the actual text, there’s an error in the passage. Source.
Largely inspired by the most uncomfortable scene in the movie. Source.
The guy who makes this does them for a lot of other films. Amazing stuff. Source.
“Extra Pulp Fiction.” Featuring an orange Jules. Source.
From the artist:
I really love the movie and I wanted to really show many of the different scenes & characters so I had to think of a way do that and voila! Since the movie is Pulp Fiction I wanted to use some kind of a ‘pulp like’ medium to display that. So I thought of those old cheesy movie trading cards and thought this would be a pretty cool idea. I originally wanted to have the background actually be Marsellus Wallace’s open briefcase. And the cards would be the ‘glowing contents’ but when I drew that out you couldn’t really tell that is was a briefcase in the background so I just wimped out and made it a generic old wood counter top.
Helpful insight from a Redditor rhaego_targaryen: “To the confused people, I believe it is supposed to resemble a guess who board, referencing the quote “does he look like a bitch?”
Tools of the trade. Source.
From the designer, wkusigep: “Trying to give it that 1950s movie poster feel while staying true to the orginal flick.” Source.
For reference: The official Pulp Fiction movie poster.