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Geek Art: “To Serve Man” By Orlando Arocena, Patrick Connan and Kaz Oomori

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Dark Hall Mansion is pleased to reveal three new officially licensed “The Twilight Zone” limited edition prints from artists, Orlando Arocena, Patrick Connan and Kaz Oomori.

Dark Hall Mansion, under license by CBS Consumer products, will release three new official prints for “The Twilight Zone’s” 1962 cold war era inflected episode, “To Serve Man,” written by Rod Serling from a Damon Knight story which has Earth visited by Kanamit aliens offering to solve the world’s ills via peace and prosperity for all, but, with a bit of a “Twilight Zone” twist by way of peaceful, and encouraged ;), interplanetary exchanges that soon find humankind on the menu for our not so benevolent visitors.

Contemporary artists, Orlando Arocena, Patrick Connan and Kaz Oomori individually place their visual spins on this tale via three separate CBS officially licensed limited edition prints that go on sale this Friday, May 20th, at 12:30 PM PST on their dedicated store page.

TO SERVE MAN_By Orlando Arocena

Artist: Orlando Arocena
18″ x  24″
Giclee print
$65

TO SERVE MAN_By Patrick Connan

Artist: Patrick Connan
18″ x  24″
Giclee print
$65

TO SERVE MAN_By Kaz Oomori

Artist: Kaz Oomori
18″ x  24″
Giclee print
$65

“To Serve Man” Orlando Arocena edition of 150 $65
“To Serve Man” Patrick Connan edition of 150 $65
“To Serve Man” Kaz Oomori edition of 150 $65

Follow Arocena’s work on: Behance | Facebook |Instagram| Twitter |Website
Follow Connan’s work on: BehanceFacebook | InstagramTwitter | Website
Follow Oomori’s work on: Facebook Twitter | Website
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