Girls Night Out
Now THESE girls know how to set the town alight! Inspired by the Batman: The Animated Series episode entitled “Harley and Ivy,” Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy team up as Gotham City’s answer to Thelma and Louise (except that these girls would never head for the cliff…) This episode was especially popular with fans of Batman: The Animated Series, because it was the only episode pairing these two dynamic villainesses.
This art was inspired by a piece of “concept” art from the development of the award-winning show. It was part of a body of work that helped evolve the now-famous “Bruce Timm style” character design, which was an ultra-modern, dramatic, angular and graphic departure from all previous representations of The Dark Knight.
“Girl’s Night Out” was originally released in 1996 as a hand-painted limited edition animation art cel and was one of the fastest selling limited editions in the history of the Warner Bros. studio stores. As part of the 75th Anniversary of Batman’s creation this anniversary edition on canvas has been created.
The original art for “Girl’s Night Out” was drawn and painted by the Warner Bros. Animation Studio, under direction by Bruce Timm. Each print is signed by Bruce Timm
Unframed Retail $300
– Artist: Bruce Timm
– Gicleé on Fine Art Canvas
– Edition Size: 100
– Image Size: 17” H x 22” W
– Signed by: Bruce Timm
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