GOOD NEWS! Warner Bros. and DC Comics have arranged to have "Saturday Morning" and "Sunday Evening" printed as 18" x 24" lithographs which will be limited to 40 copies each, signed and numbered by myself. This is as part of their crowd funding campaign for We Can Be Heroes.
You can pick them up by donating $100 for either poster at:www.indiegogo.com/projects/dc-…
BAD NEWS: It has only been one day and out of 40, there are only six (6) "Saturday Morning"s and twenty-three (23) "Sunday Evening"s left.
Go get them now!
Every hero needs a villain. This piece is a companion to my Saturday Morning in Front of La Salle de Justice. Since I titled the previous work to evoke a feeling of Saturday morning cartoons and the Super Friends, I decided to name this one as such to represent the diametric opposite of how you'd feel on a Saturday morning: Sunday Evening, the dread, the ominous expectance of Monday.
And since everything had been so easily laid out before, I merely wanted to present a mirror image of the good guys. Since the Legion of Doom headquarters had historically been located in a swamp, what better place to situate this version of "La Grande Jatte"? Everything else fell into place afterwards.
Enjoy, my friends.