Remember the days when movies only used tangible practical effects instead of CGI for every single little item on screen? Beetlejuice in particular has many scenes that hearken back to really old school stop-motion animation effects, the same techniques that were used in classic action-horror movies like Jason and the Argonauts (1963), and even going way back to King Kong (1933). This is one of the coolest things about Beetlejuice, in my opinion, and this piece is dedicated to the scene where Barbara and Adam Maitland stretch and do horrible things to their faces in an attempt to scare the people who invaded their home after they died ... all done in beautifully weird stop-motion animation.
Want your own custom Mod Pop Art? Please visit the Contact page for commission requests!
- Museum-quality archival fine art print/giclée on acid-free paper.
- Exclusive Limited Edition run in this size and variant.
- Each Ltd. Ed. print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist in graphite.
- Each Ltd. Ed. print includes a detailed Certificate of Authenticity, signed, dated, and numbered by the artist.