I've been working my way through my favorite television shows, most of which date back to the 1960s ... which is weird, because I wasn't alive when any of them aired. That's the funny thing about Gen-Xers, though. We were raised in a heady soup of contemporary, classic and vintage pop culture, with everything from Eddie Cantor, Star Trek, Charlie's Angels and KISS hitting us during any given day. We had the final days of Elvis, punk rock vs disco, Alice Cooper hosting The Muppet Show, kung fu movies, Star Wars ... you get the point. IT WAS A LOT.
So here's my commentary on The Twilight Zone. I tried to incorporate elements from my favorite episodes and cnvey a little of the terror I felt as a child while watching this show. There are a few subtle details in this print that you might not be able to see (which is ironic given it's a SHATTERING EXPLOSION.) It might look like a black and white image but the color channels have been slightly misaligned to replicate that weird, fuzzy tint of watching B&W on a color television.
12" x 12" on heavy gloss cardstock. One pair of 3-D anaglyph glasses is included.
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