Looks like the highrise race is hitting the Comic-Con floor as well as skylines around the world. We already heard that DC will be debuting a new two story booth and now word that Alex Ross Fine Arts booth will have a double decker as well. In past years the Ross booth was mostly tables and art but now you’ll be able to walk through and take pictures with props and other cool stuff.
Alex Ross Fine Art is proud to announce that for the first time, his booth at the San Diego Comic Con will allow all fans to walk through, view and purchase art. The two story booth will also be bigger than ever before, doubling in size from the previous years.
The booth (#2415) was designed by Plus+Studios. It is set to feature some of Alex’s classic work and will offer some fantastic exclusives for the convention, including:
- DC Comics Batman Scars Lithograph (limited to 200 numbered additions with COA)
- DC Comics Absolute Justice Mini-Canvas (limited to 100 numbered additions with COA)
- Captain America Joins Mini Canvas (limited to 100 numbered additions with COA)
- Trouble in San Francisco, (limited to 100 numbered editions with COA)
- SDCC Sketchbook 2016
- Alex Ross Art Premiere Event at Chuck Jones Gallery.
Fans of the “Fab Four,” will be pleased to know that making its SDCC premiere are the highly anticipated Beatles Yellow Submarine portraits. The portraits made their public debut last spring at The Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas.
For you Flash Gordon fans, Sam Jones, star of the 80’s cult classic film will be signing at our booth on Thursday, July 21st from 12pm to 2pm. Sam will sign Alex’s Flash Gordon Anniversary Giclee on Canvas Print and a SDCC Exclusive Flash Gordon Lithograph.
Interview opportunities are available upon request. Jpegs of the new booth are included in the press release.
Secondly, The Hollywood Science Fiction Museum is back once again. Every year Huston Huddleston and his team have brought some amazing props to Comic Con, from Tardis to legendary Star Trek Captain’s Chair. This year, along with the Captain’s Chair and smaller props, the museum is proud to bring The Borg Alcove, made famous by Patrick Stewart and Jeri Ryan in both Contact and Voyager.
Fans are always welcome to take pictures and interact with props.