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As the headline states, "Please Welcome The Maitlands" ... to The Afterlife, of course, which is also the name of the newspaper the article is published in. I think Barbara and Adam Maitland make one of my favorite movie couples ... so naive, but sweet and well-meaning, and played so earnestly by Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin, respectively. The whole opening of Beetlejuice is full of wide-eyed reactions like this one, as they slowly find out they have inadvertently joined an exclusive club known as the recently deceased.
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LIMITED EDITION ARTWORK DETAILS:
- 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.
All Ltd. Ed. fine art prints are printed in Austin, TX, USA by Miller Imaging & Digital Solutions using archival Canon Lucia pigment inks on acid-free premium archival matte paper (230gsm/9.5mil). Finely crafted using a professional archival process, the result is a museum-quality art print that will last 100 years or more if properly cared for. All artwork is printed to individual order as art sells, no mass-printing, so please allow 2-3 days for this printing process to complete before your art is shipped. Dimensions listed for Ltd. Ed. prints include a white border for proper matting (usually 2 inches around). Please refer to the image included showing an example of how your print will look framed on a wall (frame not included; example image not necessarily to scale).
OPEN-EDITION MINI-PRINT ARTWORK DETAILS: Mini-Prints printed on high-quality cardstock and usually include a 1-inch border. Not numbered or signed.
Artwork © John Lathrop/Plaid Design. Not officially affiliated/licensed, but 100% protected under fair use and/or parody laws due to being original artwork of a transformative nature.