Calling out to fans of Steven Spielberg’s iconic sci-fi/drama E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982, Universal Pictures), if you are in the market for more E.T. collectibles, well, here it is: the E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Edition Print as penned by artist Drew Struzan, released to mark the movie’s 35th anniversary. Fans who aren’t already aware, Universal Studios will be screening this beloved Spielberg’s masterpiece at The Roxy Hotel Theatre in New York.
Unfortunately, the tickets for screening on Friday, July 14, 8PM has already sold out, but the good news is, this sublime 19-color screen print by Struzan is not. Two editions of the print will be made available during the said screening: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Titled Edition which features the original title branding plus film credits, and the E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Art Print Edition which has none of the Titled Edition’s texts.
Both editions measure 24 by 26 inches, printed by Lady Lazarus and are signed and hand-numbered edition of 525 and 225 for the Titled and Art Print Edition, respectively. You do not need a ticket to the screening in order to purchase the prints.
The prints will also go on sale on Vice Press and Bottleneck Gallery starting July 18 at 12pm EST, priced at $200 (Bottleneck Gallery)/£155 (Vice Press) for the Titled Edition and $225 (Bottleneck Gallery)/£175 (Vice Press) for the Art Print Edition.
Images: Universal Studios/Drew Struzan.