Here's a couple of spectacularly cool face-melting illustrations paying tribute to Steven Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Art. I remember seeing this scene as a kid and being blown away by the awesomeness off it. Every time I watch that scene I get the same feeling I got when I first saw it.
Prints will be on display at The Gallery 1988 Crazy 4 Cult event taking place in New York. The Crazy 4 Cult: Back in New York event opens on December 13th at 7 p.m. at 355A Bowery in Manhattan. The show will remain on display through December 21st.
The image above features Major Toht. It's called “I’m Melting…MELTING” It's a 12 x 16 inch acrylic painting on wood. Like the other, the original is $2,500 but there’s also a signed and numbered, 12 x 16 inch giclee in an edition of 50 that will cost $50.
The piece below features Colonel Dietrich. It's called “What A World!” and is a 12 x 16 inch acrylic painting on wood. Framed, it costs $2,500 but there’s also a signed and numbered, 12 x 16 inch giclee in an edition of 50. It’ll cost $50.
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