Guillermo Forchino Comic Art Figurine - The Fabulous Fifties
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The Comic Art of Guillermo Forchino
The artist Guillermo Forchino (1952) was born in Rosario Argentina and lives in Paris France. His artworks find acclaim worldwide through a collaboration with VMM in the Netherlands with whom Mr. Forchino signed an exclusive agreement to have replicas of his collection created in the same great detail as the original works, in limited editions, under his personal supervision. This collection was named "The Comic Art of Guillermo Forchino". With the development of the replicas of Guillermos art, his designs have become available to art lovers in many countries. These reproductions are fully handmade and hand painted, just like the originals, under the supervision of Guillermo himself, by highly skilled artisans in the Far East.
From the radio came strange music. Frankie raised the volume until the whole car started to vibrate. Susan, at his side, started to move to the rhythm. In the back seat, Danny, Lily, and Ricky began to rock, when the voice of the great Elvis surged out between the sound waves. Along the street, people turned to watch as they went by. The car was a true marvel, and the enthusiasm of the five kids was contagious. When they parked on Madison Avenue, they were immediately surrounded by a group of teenagers. Two police officers, intrigued by the noise, tried to make their way through the crowd that was dancing frenetically, totally paralyzing traffic. On the sidewalk across the street, an older couple observed the spectacle with a surprised air. The man tossed his head from right to left and the woman covered her mouth with her hand to stifle a frightened scream. Completely discombobulated, they walked more quickly and disappeared after rounding the corner.
|Origin||Designed in France|
|Measurement||35.5cm W x 16cm D x 12.5cm H|
|Return Policy||This item is NOT eligible for our 14 day change of mind return|