Drew Struzan’s 35th Anniversary screen print for E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial goes on sale this Tuesday 

By ·July 17, 2017 8:42 am

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial turns 35 years old this December and in its honour Drew Struzan has created an awe inspiring print in collaboration with Bottleneck Gallery and Vice Press.

E.T. was one of the best children’s films of the 80’s and certainly Amblin’s most famous creation and it’s a real joy to see the film’s sense of innocent wonder so beautifully captured in this outstanding 19-colour screen print.

Two editions of Drew’s print are being released, one titled and the other not, this Tuesday and will be available to purchase from Bottleneck Gallery and Vice Press at exactly 17:00 BST / 12:00 EST.

Word of advice, if you’re in the UK and intend on purchasing this print you should do some from Vice Press. Not only does it have a fixed £ price, you’ll save drastically on shipping and not have to worry about customs or import tax a.k.a the bane of my life.

You can find pictures and information about both editions of Drew Struzan’s E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial screen prints below.

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Titled Edition by Drew Struzan

  • 19-color screen print
  • 24 x 36 inches
  • Signed and Hand-numbered edition of 525
  • Printed by Lady Lazarus
  • $200 (Bottleneck Gallery) / £155 (Vice Press)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Art-print Edition by Drew Struzan

  • 19-color screen print
  • 24 x 36 inches
  • Signed and Hand-numbered edition of 225
  • Printed by Lady Lazarus
  • $225 (Bottleneck Gallery) / £175 (Vice Press)

Both editions will be on sale at Bottleneck Gallery and Vice Press at exactly 17:00 BST / 12:00 EST on Tuesday, 18th July 2017.

Image Credit: Drew Struzan / Bottleneck Gallery / Vice Press.

More: Bottleneck Art Gallery E.T. Vice Press

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