“Please. I wouldn’t touch you to scratch you.”
Sideshow presents the Wildcat XL Deluxe Diamond Dust Fine Art Print by acclaimed pin-up artist Olivia De Berardinis.
Inspired by Michelle Pfeiffer’s unforgettable role as Catwoman in Tim Burton’s 1992 classic Batman Returns, this striking portrait captures the wild side of the iconic feline femme fatale dressed in her stitched-together catsuit. Selina Kyle is on the prowl, ready to pounce at any moment with her claws the ready as she practically pops off the deep red backdrop.
Each Wildcat XL Deluxe Diamond Dust Fine Art Print is faithfully reproduced from Olivia’s original acrylic-on-wood painting, capturing the incredible detail in a high-quality display format never-before-seen from Sideshow’s Art Print Program. Each print is embellished utilizing a unique process that involves silk screens and glass diamond dust, accenting the red elements of image with a glittering effect that brings Catwoman to life in a new way. Hand-signed by the artist and embossed with a seal of authenticity, this large-scale fine art collectible comes in a highly limited edition of only 99 pieces.
The Wildcat XL Deluxe Diamond Dust Fine Art Print is a must-have for any Batman fan. Let loose and bring home this dazzling Olivia De Berardinis art piece today!
- Officially licensed by Warner Bros.
- Hand numbered limited edition of 99
- 33x40" mixed media fine art giclée print (39.75x47" with frame)
- 100% archival heavyweight 300gsm rag art paper, with hand-torn edges
- Silk-screen Diamond Dust
- Hand signed by the artist
- Embossed with seal of authenticity
- Certificate of authenticity, signed by Olivia De Berardinis
- Individually made to order (Please allow extra time for delivery)
- Tall Matte Black Wood Moulding
- 1.5" width, 2.25" depth
- Float mounted artwork
- Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
- Heavyweight framing grade acrylic
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.