KISS: First Two Prints Released In Album Cover Art Lithographic Series

Go to to view the "Dressed To Kill" and "Alive" album cover prints — the first two released in the KISS album cover art lithographic print series. Each limited-edition lithographic print measures 22" x 24", features a high-quality enlargement of an original KISS album cover and is available exclusively at It is printed on acid free paper and is suitable for framing and displaying in your home or office with the pride of a true KISS fan. These lithographic prints are the only KISS album cover prints authorized by the band, are hand-numbered and come with a corresponding hand-numbered certificate of authenticity. Each release will be limited to 2,500 prints.

"Dressed To Kill and "Alive" prints are now available in the Kiss Shop.


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