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"Mr. Marionette's Shop"
Special Limited Edition Prints
Ray Bradbury's '2116'

Ray Bradbury signed, limited-edition giclee (Mr. Marionette's Shop)

In 1956, Ray Brabury created this watercolor painting of "Mr. Marionette's Shop" that was inspired by director James Whale's set design for Happy Anniversary 2116. The play was never produced. In 2009, the project was brought to Steve Josephson and Gallimaufry Performing Arts for development. Merry Christmas 2116 premiered in Laguna Beach and Pasadena, California to rave reviews. With a brand new second act, Ray Bradbury's '2116' will be making it's World premiere at the Edinburgh Festival in August 2010.

This beautiful and whymsical design was given to director, Josephson, to use as the set design inspiration for that production.

These are a limited edition of 100 - 17.5" x 23" beautiful giclee prints on fine watercolor paper. This process captures all the vibrant beauty and intricacies of the original watercolor. Each one is individually numbered and personally signed by Ray Bradbury himself. The original artwork no longer exists making this very limited edition a collectible treasure from the Master of Fantasy and Fiction.

(All proceeds are going towards funding this World premiere production).





Mr. Marionette's Shop

Ray Bradbury signed, limited-edition giclee (Mr. Marionette's Shop)

"Mr. Marionette's Shop"
17.5" x 23" giclee on Watercolor stock

Signed::


$300

 
Gallimaufry Performing Arts, PO Box 4984,  Laguna Beach, CA
Order poster Online  or call (949) 499-5060



Mr. marionette's Shop

Ray Bradbury signed, limited-edition lithograph (Mr. Marionette's Shop)

These are a limited edition of 100 - 16" x 22" lithograph posters that are individually numbered and personally signed by Ray Bradbury himself.

(All proceeds are going towards funding this World premiere production).

"Mr. Marionette's Shop"
16" x 22" poster on 9pt stock

Signed::


$100

Gallimaufry Performing Arts, PO Box 4984,  Laguna Beach, CA
Order poster Online  or call (949) 499-5060


Ray Bradbury
RAY BRADBURY (Book & Lyrics) has published more than 60O short stories over a period of sixty years. He has written short stories, novels,  screen plays, plays and poetry. His best known books are The Martian Chronicles, The Illustrated Man, Something Wicked This Way Comes, Fahrenheit 45I and Dandelion Wine. He wrote the screenplay for Moby Dick for John Huston in 1953 and other films based on his stories are forthcoming. In the past several years he has published new books including Farewell, Summer, Somewhere a Band is Playing, From the Dust Returned, One More For the Road, Let's AII KiII Constance, The Cat's Pajama's and a book of essays, Bradbury Speaks, as well as a huge volume of short stories, Bradbury Stories. His latest book is We'll Always Have Paris. In 2001, he received "The National Book Award" for his contribution to American Literature, and in 2OO4 he was awarded "The National Medal of Arts" by President Bush and the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2007 he was made a COMMANDER OF THE ORDER OF ARTS AND LETTERS (France's highest literary honor) and was awarded a PULITZER PRIZE CITATION for his distinguished, prolific and deeply influential career.