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FRANKENSTEIN 200 (Limited Edition Screen-Prints)


I was inspired by the variety of Frankenstein monsters over the years and how many artists have interpreted him / her throughout film, animation, comics, and other mediums. My first memory of the Frankenstein monster came from the 1987 film, "The Monster Squad."

Being made up of various cultures myself, I sometimes feel like an I don't really belong anywhere. That is something that Frankenstein's monster exudes.

In my artwork I wanted to create a greatest hits collection of what I consider the most recognizable Frankenstein monsters since Boris Karloff in 1931.

From Left to Right:

-Boris Karloff (Frankenstein, 1931)
-Christopher Lee (The Curse of Frankenstein, 1957)
-Tom Noonan (Monster Squad 1987)
-FrankenBerry (General Mills, 1971)
-Robert De Niro (Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, 1994)
-Fred Gwynne (The Munsters, 1964)
-Peter Boyle (Young Frankenstein, 1974)
-Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein (1983)
-Fang (Mad Monster Party, 1967)
-Dick Briefer's Frankenstein (1940)
-The Real Ghostbusters Fifth Wave Frankenstein Figure (Kenner, 1989)
-Koji Furuhata (Frankenstein Conquers the World, 1965)

Frankenstein's monster is a character that I think will transcend many more centuries and spawn into many other incarnations. A special thank-you to Mary Shelley for creating such a compelling story that will live with us forever.


PAPER MATERIAL: Black French Paper

MEDIUM: 3 color screen-print

EDITION: 18 (signed & numbered)