Sunday, February 26, 2012
The Howard Wolowitz Wall of Fame
Hey! Can you spot my Stella 7 painting gracing the wall in Wolowitz's bedroom? As a fan of the hit television Big Bang Theory, my family and I were thrilled to learn that there was a poster of her nicely displayed among Howard's Space Girl bedroom decor. There's a lot of really great artwork hanging on all of the sets. So, I am incredibly flattered that someone thought to include a poster that was promoting the comic book Space Doubles from Third World Studios a few years back. The painting was originally commissioned for the Chicago Fantastic Film Festival commemorative poster, featured in a Spectrum art annual and then as the cover for my first Sketchbook. But as my friend Steve Boyd commented: "You know you've made it big when your artwork makes the hallowed Walls of Howard Wolowitz." Thanks to Eric LeFaber for telling me about it before I saw it for myself.
Posted by Douglas Klauba at 6:27 PM
Labels: Big Bang Theory, Chicago, Fantasy, Howard Wolowitz, pulp art, Rocketships, Sci-Fi, space girl
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Great post!I'm a big fan of your work and I was wondering if you could you tell me where i can find Howard's awesome posters.And one more thing, do you known who is the woman with a red costume in the other poster?
Thanks Zander, I appreciate you stopping by and commenting. I really have no idea about the poster you're interested in. I can only guess how my poster made it to Howard's Wall of Fame. I suspect if you keep searching for that image - it will eventually be revealed to you.
Douglas, this is a beautiful image, i love it.
After i saw it gracing the walls or the legendary HW, i had to find out more, and here i am.
Congratulations on having your image used on the show, it's now immortalized forever!
Do you sell prints of your artwork?
Thank you! I'm a big fan of the show, so I'm thrilled. Yes, I do sell posters of my artwork. Just send me an email, found on my website.
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