DescriptionKelly Freas Son Of Mad Paperback Cover Painting Re-Creation Original Art (1993). This Mad-sterwork is a 1993 full-color, acrylic on board re-creation by Kelly Freas of his lost 1959 cover art used for the paperback, Son of Mad. In this classic scene, a baby Alfred E. "What? Me worry?" Neuman, Mad's famous satiric icon, terrifies a recoiling King Kong. Potrzebie! The original art for this priceless treasure has long since vanished, but in 1993, collector/dealer Bruce Hamilton commissioned Freas to recreate his cover. This piece has a 13" x 18" image area, and the work has been custom matted and framed, with Plexiglas, to an overall size of 21.5" x 26". The art is in Excellent condition. From the collection of Bruce Hamilton.
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