Want to know what Doug's inspiration was for creating this highly detailed and evocative original painting featuring the beloved King Kong? Just what did happen to the carcass of poor Kong after he was machine gunned off the side of the Empire State Building?
Being the early 1930's, I am sure some entrepreneur would have bought him, stuffed him, and used him -- the 8th wonder of the world -- to sell some mundane products. Doug put his artistic license to work and made an establishment in a Neverland of New York & California- appropriate for a provocative film.
Part souvenir postcard, part widescreen film clip, it's yours to explore! King Kone's served daily!
Details: This 16" x 24" 500-piece, high quality, high gloss jigsaw puzzle is high-calendared, two-sided white stock, which eliminates dog-ears and peeling.
Each full color puzzle comes in a stash tin perfect for gift giving and stashing your stash! Collector's tin measures 8" x 6.5" x 3". Hot off the Retro press and not to be missed!