“Whatever the case, I won’t stop until I have rescued Gotham City.”
Sideshow is proud to present the Batman Premium Art Print by artists Alex Pascenko and Ian MacDonald.
Criminals cower in fear when the Caped Crusader steps out of the shadows! Illuminated by the light of the moon, Batman prepares for action standing in the midst of the Arkham cemetery in a storm. The gravestones bear markings of madness from one of the inmates of the famed asylum, as bats can be seen taking wing in the night.
The Batman Premium Art Print is limited to an edition of 250 pieces, embossed with a seal of authenticity. Pair this print with the Batman Premium Format™ Figure for a dynamic display of Gotham’s dark defender.
He is the night! Add the Batman Premium Art Print by Alex Pascenko and Ian MacDonald to your collection today.
- Officially licensed by DC Comics
- Hand-numbered limited edition of 250
- 18×24″ fine art giclée print, 20×26.25″ with frame
- 100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
- Epson archival inks
- a digital artist signature
- Embossed seal of authenticity
- Recycled Polystyrene Moulding (Black)
- Custom double French cut mat design (Crescent mats in Black and 9895 Pewter)
- Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
- Framing grade acrylic
- Wire hanger: No additional hardware required
Born in Russia and now based in Germany, concept artist Alexandr Pascenko is a self-taught illustrator specializing in character and figure creation. With a definite affinity for sci-fi and beautiful girls, Alex has produced stunning artwork for various companies and publishers from all over the globe, now including Sideshow. For more of his work, private sketches, and tutorials, check out his blog and Facebook.
Ian MacDonald, or “Moose” or “Maple Syrup Jackass” as he’s known in some circles, was born in eastern Canada in 1988 has been freelancing for Sideshow for the past 5 years. He’s a graduate of animation, previously having worked a brief stint on the My Little Pony television series; he uses his knowledge acquired through that medium to apply to his concept design and painting at Sideshow. When not drawing undead creatures or superheroes, Ian spends his time nerding out to video games, movies, anime and the like.