KISS: Four New Wall Art Pieces To Be Released
According to a posting on KISS' official web site, KissOnline.com, four new KISS wall art pieces are being released by KISS licensee Celebrity Gallerie. The new art features the covers of classic KISS albums – "Alive!", "Love Gun", "Rock N Roll Over" and "Creatures of the Night" (see photos at this location). These gallery quality box framed images are produced as a giclee on canvas with hand painted embellishments. These are numbered limited-edition prints and come with a certificate of authenticity. These new pieces join the already released "Destroyer" art.
All four new releases are available in the following sizes and editions:
24" x 24" Edition of 2000
36" x 36" Edition of 1000
46" x 46" Edition of 500
54" x 54" Edition of 100
The "Destroyer" piece is only available as a 36" x 36" edition of 500 or 46" x 46" edition of 500.
For more information, visit www.celebritygallerie.com.
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