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September 28th, 2015 1 comment

Series 9 The Magicians Apprentice Retro Poster

Available to order from www.bigchiefstudios.co.uk

A gorgeous new art collection in celebration of series 9 of Doctor Who has been commissioned by RadioTimes.com. Premiering on Saturday 19th September 2015 the first episode in the new series, “The Magician’s Apprentice”, saw the return of the Twelfth Doctor and his companion Clara Oswald. The collection by artist Stuart Manning, continues the homage to the design of classic film posters, blending retro styling and typography to recreate an authentic vintage feel. Each print comes complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity.

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Each Limited Edition art print is beautifully reproduced using archival quality pigment inks onto fine art matte paper. This printing process produces both the highest quality and best colour accuracy available today and guarantees a true representation of the original artwork. The quality of this type of print is exceptional and is the preferred choice for fine art museums and art galleries.

Limited Edition

Specification
•Reproduced using archival quality pigment inks onto fine art matte paper.
•Print Dimensions: W420mm x H594mm (W16.5″ x H23.3″)
•Image Dimensions: W360mm x H489mm (W14.2″ x H19.3″)

Packaging
•Shipped rolled in protective tissue in a sturdy cardboard tube.

Credits
•Artist: Stuart Manning
•Project Management: The BIG Chief Design & Development Team


Categorised under: Art, Collectables

1 comment

  • STRAXTHEDESTROYER

    September 28th, 2015 - 7:17pm

    Love the retro designs , got a few of series 8 on postcards from the dr who experience last summer

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