The Fruity Oaty Bar artwork created by Serenity Designer Geoffrey Mandel was the basis for the most memorable power bar commercial in movie history. With it's vibrant colors and anime-style characters (and subliminal message implanted by the Operative), the Fruity Oaty Bar ad triggered River's Alliance programming, after which much ass-kicking ensued.
Although this ad was original planned to turn into a billboard, it never actually made it on film due to budgetary constraints. So, with the exception of the commercial it inspired, fans never got to see it. And we just didn't think that was right.
That's why we arranged with Universal Studios and Mr. Mandel to take the original high-resolution Fruity Oaty ad and print it in all it's glory as a limited-edition, extra-large collectible lithograph, only 1,000 in the edition. Measuring a huge 24" x 36" (61cm x 91.5cm), the Serenity Fruity Oaty Bar Lithograph is printed on 100-pound, satin-finish paper and is hand-signed and numbered by Mr. Mandel himself, for just $39.95.
Fully Licensed and Authorized
Hand-signed and numbered by Mr. Mandel himself
Measuring a huge 24" x 36"
100-pound, satin-finish paper
Limited Edition of 1000
Product Information Specifications for Serenity Fruity Oaty Bar Lithograph Below:
San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge | Aerial Photography (Black and White) #12 Art Print Poster
Manufacturer: Vista Point Studio Gallery
Brand: Vista Point Studio Gallery
This aerial shot by award winning photographer Jeff Chen Kuo Chih, features San Francisco's Financial District, the Golden Gate, The Transamerica Pyramid, Columbus Street, Alcatraz Island, the Presidio, Pacific Heights, Nob and Telegraph Hills and the Richmond District. The print is done locally in San Francisco and comes with a UV protective laminate.
New York Yankees MLB Limited Edition Lithograph Featuring The Looney Tunes As New York Yankees
Manufacturer: Toon Art
Brand: Toon Art
This collectible lithograph from Toon Art featuring your favorite player is licensed by MLB and the MLBPA. Each lithograph is limited to 5,000 pieces, includes a certificate of authenticity, and comes matted and framed. All signatures featured on this product are facsimile signatures.
Manufacturer: Darby Perrin
Brand: Darby Perrin Aviation Art
This B-17G from the 550th BS collided with another Fortress at 13,500 feet above Ostend, Belgium on the 1st of March, 1945. Riding the tail nearly all the way to the ground, the tail Gunner, Sgt. Joe Jones was the only survivor of both aircraft.
This collectible lithograph from Toon Art titled Betty on Deck features Betty Boop dressed in an official MLB uniform . Each lithograph is limited to 5,000 pieces, includes a certificate of authenticity, and comes matted and framed.
Father Hennepin at Niagra Falls Print Art by Thomas Hart Benton
Niagra Falls by Thomas Hart Benton Framed print
Measurements: 14x8 in(framed)
Moulding: 1.5" Deco-style, Gold Finish, Solid Wood Frame
Matting:Double, Sky Blue/Burgundy. 100% Acid Free Board
About The Artist:
Born in Neosho, Missouri, in 1889, Thomas Hart Benton began his art education at age sixteen in the Art Institute of Chicago and at age nineteen studied in the Latin Quarter of Paris. Returning to America to become a "child controversy," Benton enjoyed one of the most dramatic and interesting careers in American art.
Deeply moved by the attack on Pearl Harbor, shortly thereafter he completed "The Year of Peril," a series of grim and powerful war paintings financed by Abbott Laboratories. In 1943 he collaborated with Georges Schreiber in producing the Abbott Collection of Submarine Paintings, a project largely executed aboard the American submarine Dorado, which was later lost in action with all hands.
His awards included the Jennie Sesnan Medal of the New York Architectural League and Wanamaker's Purchase Prize. Benton is represented in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Sheldon Swope Art Gallery, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, City Art Museum of St. Louis, Museum of Modern Art, California Palace of the Legion of Honor and others. His murals are in the Missouri State Capitol, Indiana University, Whitney Museum of American Art and the New School for Social Research.