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Geek Art: “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” By Timothy Pittides

Mad Duck Posters has released a poster for the classic movie “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” designed by artist Timothy Pittides. 

This poster release is for the 1920 film starring John Barrymore in one of his greatest performances as the tormented Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde!  

Check out the sale info below:

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Regular edition – 18X24
4 color screen print on Packing Chip Kraft-Tone paper
Hand numbered, Run of 80, $40

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Variant edition – 18X24
4 color screen print on Speckletone Kraft paper
Hand numbered, Run of 45, $50

Available now at Mad Duck Posters: Standard Edition | Variant Edition

Here’s what Timothy Pittides had to say about this poster:  

“This poster was a long time coming. I had this concept and idea stuck in the back of my head for at least a year, just lacked the time to put it on paper. When Brad from Mad Duck approached me and asked me to create this poster, I knew it was a sign. I wanted to do something different with this property. 95% of the art for this film was basically the same. I wanted to add something conceptual, with a little deeper meaning. I wanted to convey Jekyll actually being the manifestation of Hyde’s personality, not the other way around. Jekyll is the fake mask of the monster within. I also wanted the two versions to have two different feelings. The regular conveys the story at the surface with the variant acting as the metaphor behind it.” 

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