Bottleneck Gallery celebrates INDIANA JONES’ 35th Anniversary with new print by Laurent Durieux

Thirty-five years ago, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas introduced the world to Dr. Indiana Jones in 1981’s RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. To celebrate this event, Bottleneck Gallery has brought artist Laurent Durieux on board to create a stunning new print that’ll be available as a regular, variant, and ultra-limited wood variant.

Regular
24 x 36 inches
15 color screen print with metallic inks
Timed release (Edition will be determined at the end of the sale)
$60
Indy reg
Variant
24 x 36 inches
15 color screen print with metallic inks
Numbered edition of 275
$80
Indy var
Wood Variant (Regular image on front)
24 x 36 inches
15 color metallic screen print with special backing.
Numbered edition of 50
$275
Indy wood
All versions of this INDIANA JONES AND THE RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK print will go on sale today (June 2nd) at 12pm EST. The regular edition will be a timed release starting today and running to Sunday, June 5th, ending at 11:59pm EST.
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HDN also has some very exciting give-away news coming up, but first, here’s some additional close-up pics of this fantastic release…
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For more information or to place an order, head over to the Bottleneck Gallery site here!
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*** HDN will also be giving away one copy of the regular edition to one lucky winner! To enter, head to the giveaway here and follow the rules and instructions (and good luck)! ***
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The release of this print is also celebrating the opening of Durieux’s show in Brussels.

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This retrospective exhibit will open on June 2nd as well at the Seed Factory in Belgium. If you’re around the area, we would highly recommend checking it out. The exhibit will feature work spanning the course of his entire career. The exhibition is free and you can pick up your tickets here.

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF | Ken loves film -- whether it's collecting them or making them. He's a massive fan of creature features and giant monster flicks and hopes to create one himself one day. He also obsessively collects ThunderCats, King Kong, Pacific Rim and The Last of Us memorabilia.