“Trust me, I am no king.”
Sideshow is proud to present the Aquaman: Permission to Come Aboard Fine Art Print by acclaimed pin-up artist Olivia De Berardinis.
Permission granted! Based on Jason Momoa’s appearance as Aquaman, this fine art collectible captures a rugged and handsome cinematic take on a classic DC Comics hero. Aquaman emerges from the waves, surrounded by a spray of surf as he confronts anyone who would challenge the peace between the land above and the seas below. Inspired by James Wan’s epic cinematic vision for Aquaman, the powerful Atlantean hero’s muscular physique features detailed tattoos, arm gauntlets, and jewelry all framed by the aquatic blues of his ocean dominion.
The Aquaman: Permission to Come Aboard Fine Art Print faithfully reproduces Olivia’s original acrylic-on-wood painting, capturing every crisp detail of her signature artist style and bringing Jason Momoa’s portrait to life. This DC Comics art collectible is limited to an edition size of 200 hand-signed and hand-numbered pieces, each including a Certificate of Authenticity.
The Aquaman: Permission to Come Aboard Fine Art Print is sure to make a big splash in your DC collection- bring this incredible art piece home today!
- Officially licensed by Warner Bros.
- Hand numbered limited edition of 200
- Hand signed by the artist Olivia De Berardinis in gold ink
- 17x22.5 fine art giclée print
- 100% archival heavyweight 300gsm rag art paper, with hand-torn edges
- Double embossed, with seals from Sideshow and Olivia's studio
- Certificate of authenticity signed by Olivia De Berardinis
- Recycled Polystyrene Moulding Frame (Distressed Gold)
- Custom double mat design (Black and Gold)
- Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
- Framing grade acrylic
- Wire hanger: No additional hardware required
Note: If framed option is chosen, your order will be specially framed for you. Please allow additional time to frame and ship your order.
About the Artist:
"I paint Women. Pin-up, Burlesque, Fashion, Fantasy."
Olivia De Berardinis has been working as an artist since the mid-70's. Since 1985, Olivia has been a contributor to Playboy magazine, where her art pin-up page often appears with captions written by Hugh Hefner.