Bottleneck Gallery Debuts Prints Based On Classic Episodes Of ‘The Simpsons’ By Florey
What's your favorite episode of The Simpsons? It's a tough choice right? For over twenty-five years and hundreds of episodes, Springfield's favorite family have provided some of the best episodes of television ever created and inspired a generation of artists and fans in the process. To celebrate the show, Bottleneck Gallery are debuting three prints based on classic Simpsons episodes by the artist Florey.
The three prints are based on three of the most beloved episodes of The Simpsons. The print based on "Cape Feare" shows the shadow of Kelsey Grammar's Sideshow Bob looming over a terrified Bart Simpson after the murderous villain tracked down the family's witness protection identity of "The Thompsons". The "Flaming Moes" print captures the exact moment Homer realizes his close friend Moe Szyslak stole his drink recipe in order to boost his profits and profile. Finally, the "Kamp Krusty" print shows Kent Brockman's discovery that Bart Simpson has taken over as leader following the mutiny at the awful licensed summer camp.
Each print is sized at 18 x 24 inches, come in a limited edition of two-hundred hand numbered copies and are priced individually at $40. If fans want all three, they can get a bundle at the reduced price of $115. Additionally, Acme Archives will be selling variants of each print via Dark Ink Art, which will also have a limited number of Florey's previously sold out Futurama print based on the tear-jerking episode "Jurassic Bark"
Both sets of prints are on sale now via Bottleneck Gallery and Dark Ink Art.