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    Don Ivan Punchatz Big-Eyed Boy at His Computer Illustration Original Art (1982). This eerie illustration for an unidentified project is sure to be a hit with fans of Margaret Keane's big-eyed waifs. Celebrated for his spectacular art on the game box for Doom, as well as his many illustrations for National Geographic, Heavy Metal, National Lampoon, Playboy, and Time, Don Punchatz was presented with the Spectrum Grand Master Award in 1996. This detailed mixed-media on mylar film painting has an image area of 15" x 24", and the art is in Excellent condition. Signed.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2012
    10th Sunday
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