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is it signed by Eddie harrel gray? what is it a "poster" of?
The poster shops do not mention the artist, which means this is not museum art.
I have an R54 204 (GWTW) and It was valued at 249.99.
If it is the numbered of 10,000 poster - approximately $250-300. I don't believe that the stamp on the container provides any value.
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A lenticular poster is usually a poster with some kind of special effect. It can be a 3D poster used in movie promotions. The hidden picture poster phenomenon in the 1990s was a form of a lenticular poster.
I have an original Bat Boy the musical poster that is autographed for sale on ebay if you are interested.
No, the artist who painted cherry ripe also painted bubbles which was a pears poster
The original Lord Kitchener poster is in the public domain; copyright protection expired 70 years after the death of the artist, that is 2003.
Shepard Fairey has had many jobs over the years, but he became known for his work as a graphic designer, street artist, and poster artist.
I don't know, but in the scene where Mandy asks Toby about pandas there is a clear shot of it. The artist's name appears to be at the bottom of the poster and looks something like 'Grianoska'. I hope someone else can help, as I would love to locate and buy a copy of this poster!