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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Planet Hollywood Store Concept Art Group of 4 (Landmark Entertainment, 1991-95). At the height of TMNT popularity, the Planet Hollywood chain of restaurants was pitched the idea of a mini-store or kiosk within each location. Items featuring Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles would be the main focus, as seen in this incredible painted pitch piece, produced by Landmark Entertainment, the premier theme park designers. This is a big piece, painted in gouache on board measuring 25" x 18", with an image area of 22" x 15". Included with the painting are three more concept illustrations. Two are in ink on onionskin paper, one with added gray wash and white paint. A third piece is in graphite on white paper. Paper sizes are 20" x 12", 17" x 11" (with a vertical fold crease), and 16.75" x 9.75", respectively. Minor handling wear. Very Good to Fine condition.

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