How To Hook Up Your Home Theatre
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Goofy made a welcome return to the big screen in 2007 with the hilarious animated short How to Hook Up Your Home Theater. The film premiered in front of the Disney movie National Treasure: Book of Secrets, and features Goofy purchasing a home theater system and attempting to hook up the maze of wiring and attachments himself, with predictable results. This individually numbered, limited edition giclée is personally signed by the film's directors Kevin Deters and Stevie Wermers-Skelton.
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Kevin Deters and Stevie Wermers-Skelton
13" x 19"
23" x 29"
295
$275.00
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Limited Edition Giclee - click here to find out more.

Sometimes described as "digital lithographs", giclees are created using extremely sophisticated computer equipment to create a reproduction virtually indistinguishable from the original.

Most giclees start with an original painting or illustration in oil, watercolour, or charcoal. The original work is scanned and colour corrected under the supervision of the artist before being printed with a extremely high resolution giclee printer. From the French term for "spray of ink", giclee printers lay down millions of microscopic ink droplets with such precision that the images, colours, and subtle nuances of the original piece are reproduced with breathtaking accuracy and beauty.

Giclees are created on high quality acid-free rag paper or on canvas, and are generally done in limited editions of no more than 750 pieces. They are often signed by the artist.

Limited edition giclees are a beautiful addition to any home and any art collection.

What is Conservation Glass?

Standard glass is suitable for most artwork in most homes. As ambient (indirect) sunlight and artificial light do not present a fading risk, most people do not require special UV filtering glass.

If you have a lot of direct sunlight in your home, you may want to upgrade your artwork purchase to conservation glass. Conservation glass filters out 97% of harmful UV rays and will prevent fading of signatures and artwork, as well as yellowing of paper.

The best thing to do is avoid hanging any art or photographs in direct sunlight. If you can't avoid direct sunlight, conservation glass is well worth the additional cost.

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