ORIGINAL 1994 2-SIDED ARTIST PROOF. HAND-SIGNED by Disney Artist JOHN ALVIN! This is a very special poster indeed for Walt Disney's MOST ORIGINAL production of all time: An ORIGINAL 1994 HAND-SIGNED (and dated) Artist Proof (with provenance) personally saved by legendary Disney poster artist JOHN ALVIN!
THE LEGACY OF THE FILM. This is by far Disney's best and most original film production! You may be thinking to yourself, Snow White or Beauty and the Beast fits that bill, but I have to remind you that those productions are derivative works drawn from classic literature or other films.The Lion King was an all-new creation designed from the ground up. Below I've posted the credits of the film.
Look at the incredibly LONG list of writers. It's more than impressive.All that worked paid off, as The Lion King has become a goliath entity within the entertainment business, spawning a wildly successful Broadway show and recently a live-action remake in 2019. THE LEGACY AND LINEAGE OF THE POSTER. Artist Proof is the #1 poster in existence that represents the film! Even upon its release back in 1994, this DOUBLE-SIDED one-sheet was considered by collectors to be an important piece.
Disney hired famed poster artist John Alvin to execute this design. Alvin had enjoyed global recognition with his illustrations for legendary producers/directors George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. His most notable artwork can be found on the 1978 "Star Wars" Concert poster and the 1982 E.
After the release of E. HAND-SIGNED and DATED Artist Proof.(see photos #1, 2 & 3). That was personally saved and kept by the artist himself.
There's no question - you won't find another. Suddenly and tragically John Alvin passed away in 2008 (see below family statement at the bottom of this listing). The family was left without any signed John Alvin originals in their flat files because of the unexpected and untimely nature of his death. Particular original is short, sweet, and. It was immediately put in the artist's steel flat file upon its original first printing.
I've held it for over twenty (20) years now between acid-free paper in a flat-pack that hasn't seen the light of day until I made the scan recently for this listing. It hasn't changed a wink. The colors are fresh as the day it was printed and it's still flat as a.Even though the poster has been stored flat - for practical and economic reasons. The creation of this "Beauty and the Beast" poster is talked about within them. I've recently had both articles professionally digitized and reformatted for easy and clear web. I've posted both in the picture section of this listing for your education and enjoyment. Good luck, and may the Beast be with you. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock - Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won't inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. Please write with any questions.
If you are in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. Announced today that renowned movie poster artist, John Alvin, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, February 6th. Considered the pre-eminent movie campaign artist of the past 35 years, Alvin's career began in 1974 with his creation of the iconic movie poster for Mel Brook's "Blazing Saddles".He most recently contributed design ideas for the campaign for Disney Studio's Enchanted. In a career that encompassed multiple projects for such directors as Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Blake Edwards, Mel Brooks and Ridley Scott, Alvin was considered by many studios as the go-to artist for movie poster and campaign art. John Alvin said that his work "created the promise of a great experience" and in that he never failed. Alvin and his wife, Andrea, had recently relocated to New York's Hudson Valley from Los Angeles in order to be closer to their daughter and only child, Farah, a Broadway actress. John Alvin said that as a child he eagerly anticipated the arrival of the Sunday paper so that he could peruse the ads for the new movies playing at the local theaters. He was enamored with the magic of film at an early age and would create art inspired largely by his love of film.
That passion led him to the Art Center College of Design where he met his wife, Andrea (also a student at Art Center) from which he graduated in the early 1970s. His big break came with the job to create the movie poster for Mel Brook's "Blazing Saddles" in 1974.This campaign led to Alvin creating the images for numerous other Brook's films including "Young Frankenstein". His prominence in this medium was soon after established with his creation of the movie posters for Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner, " Steven Spielberg's E. The Extra-Terrestrial" and Blake Edward's "Victor/Victoria. Not only did Alvin create the movie posters for those particular films, but he also created many subsequent iconic film posters.
In all, Alvin created the posters for over 135 movies in a 35 year career. He is considered to be an innovator in this genre. Alvin's work is currently represented in several art galleries nationwide where his original paintings, drawings and limited edition fine art reproductions are displayed.
In his recent work, he continued to create iconic images for contemporary films like the Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean series. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Food Bank Association of New York State or to your local Food Bank Association. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1990-99".
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