ushers in a new era in collectibles and brings well-known imagery to new levels of sculpted realism with McFarlane's Pop Culture Masterworks
. Classic Rock'n'Roll album covers and iconic movie posters are transformed from two-dimensional pictures into modern three-dimensional sculptures. Thus, bringing those seminal pop culture elements to life in a wholly original fashion that allows fans and enthusiasts a new way to celebrate some of their most cherished memories.
First in the series is LED ZEPPELIN 1
. All of the eye-popping detail of the original cover artwork is captured in this re-creation of Led Zeppelin's incendiary debut album. Considered by many to be the band's best, this landmark in rock history should be part of every fan's collection.
Led Zeppelin 1 comes to life in a 7-inch by 7-inch by 2 3/4-inch format that can be wall mounted or -- using the retractable easel-back -- displayed on a desk, table or in a display case as a tribute to one of the world's greatest Rock'n'Roll bands.
To see images and a QuickTime VR movie giving you a 360-degree view of McFarlane's Led Zeppelin I
The first movie poster scheduled to get the McFarlane touch will be Stephen Spielberg's 1975 mega-blockbuster Jaws. One of the biggest moneymakers of the last 30 years, the poster's image of an enormous shark racing up underwater toward an unsuspecting swimmer is one of the most recognizable images in American cinema. The film scared a generation of beachgoers right out of the water, and gave sharks a bad name the world over for decades to come.