Hela Goddess of Death Marvel Art Print

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Hela Goddess of Death Marvel Art Print
You have no idea what’s possible.”
Sideshow is proud to present the officially licensed Hela: Goddess of Death Fine Art Print by acclaimed artist Olivia de Berardinis. Based on the likeness of Cate Blanchett in Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok, this stunning portrait depicts Hela at the height of her power.  
Surrounded by creeping tendrils of magic, the wicked Hela plots to take over Asgard and bring about its ruinous death. Her face is framed by her iconic headdress, and a subtle smirk captures the confidence and ruthlessness of this villainous goddess.
Olivia’s original acrylic-on-wood painting is faithfully reproduced here, capturing the realism of her signature art style in a hand-signed and numbered fine art print.  Each print also includes a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Limited to an edition size of 200 pieces, Hela: Goddess of Death is a must-have for fans of the Thor mythos.
A perfect addition to your Marvel Collectibles collection!

Print details: 

  • Hand-numbered limited edition of 200
  • 17.5 x 21″ fine art giclée print
  • 100% Archival heavyweight 300 gsm rag art paper
  • Hand-torn deckled edges
  • Double embossed by Olivia’s studio and Sideshow Collectibles
  • Hand signed and numbered by Olivia
  • Certificate of Authenticity signed by Olivia

Frame details:

  • 23.25 x 27″ Recycled Polystyrene Moulding (Black)
  • Custom double mat design (Black and Deep Teal)
  • Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
  • Framing grade acrylic
  • Wire hanger: No additional hardware required

Note: If framed option is chosen, your order will be specially framed for you. Please allow additional time to frame and ship your order.


About the Artist: 

“I paint Women. Pin-up, Burlesque, Fashion, Fantasy.” 
Olivia De Berardinis has been working as an artist since the mid-70’s. Since 1985, Olivia has been a contributor to Playboy magazine, where her art pin-up page often appears with captions written by Hugh Hefner.