|“Untitled (Serling)” Art Print|
13" x 19" - Signed and Numbered
$55 - Limited to 50
Inspired By: The Twilight Zone
I think (or at least hope) you'll agree with me when I say, there's not NEARLY enough Twilight Zone inspired art currently available. Sure, there's the occasional gallery show that pops up here and there (and thank God for those), but when you have 156 episodes, each with their own unique cast of characters and sometimes chilling, but always enjoyable tales of morality, it's obvious the surface has just barely been scratched. In truth, it's been quite a while since I've seen a Twilight Zone print I've thoroughly appreciated, which makes me all the happier to state the dry spell is over and promote Shadmi's spectacular "Untitled (Serling)." Koren's art has a soft appearance to it, as if everything is surrounded by a slight and ethereal halo, and his compositions are often surreal and minimalistic in their execution. All of these elements work wonderfully together and really speak to the heart of The Twilight Zone's often thoughtful stories. I would have been completely content had Shadmi only decided to feature a dapper looking Serling sans any embellishments, but the fact that he's overlaid his creation with iconic creatures and moments from the series makes this poster all the better in every conceivable way. Artist Koren Shadmi on his Zone inspired work (taken from his blog):
"The print is a portrait of Rod Serling, creator of The Twilight Zone - a show that, for me, has stood the test of time and remains one of the most original and outstanding series in the history of television. The print features some elements from the show over-imposed on a photo like rendering of Serling. Hope you enjoy this one!"Koren Shadmi's "Untitled (Serling)" art print is currently available for purchase through Koren's storefront. The poster measures 13" x 19", is limited to an edition of 50 and costs $55. To learn more about Koren Shadmi, checkout korenshadmi.com and follow him on Twitter @KorenShadmi. And if you haven't seen The Twilight Zone, what on Earth are you doing here? Go! Now! Watch them all!