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    Bill Sienkiewicz Elektra: Assassin Illustration Original Art (undated). In 1986, Frank Miller teamed with Bill Sienkiewicz to create the experimental and ultraviolent mini-series, Elektra: Assassin. Sienkiewicz's unfettered illustration technique took Miller's tale to dizzying heights of innovative storytelling. Sienkiewicz occasionally used photo references, and this piece was inspired by a scintillating photograph of supermodel Christy Turlington by Herb Ritts circa 1995. This mixed media masterwork measures 11" x 17" and it's in Excellent condition. Signed by Sienkiewicz at the lower left.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2013
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 22
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