Two ALICE COOPER Statues On The Way

Two ALICE COOPER Statues On The Way

KnuckleBonz is in production on two statues of Alice Cooper.

* Alice Cooper I (Straightjacket) Rock Iconz statue features Alice as he appears during the "Ballad Of Dwight Fry" performance, complete with his iconic straightjacket and microphone. The base design on this statue has some pretty interesting elements as well.

* Alice Cooper II (Snake) Rock Iconz statue: This second collectible depicts Alice with a snake wrapping around his neck as he stands on top of a "Billion Dollar Babies" base design.

Both statues are limited editions (only 3000 of each are made). These are officially licensed and approved directly by Alice.

KnuckleBonz expects to start shipping in the fall.

KnuckleBonz creates high-end sculpture that features rock's most highly influential artists. Dedicated to honoring rocks greatest through master artistry, KnuckleBonz established the music-based sculpture series Rock Iconz.

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