October 21, 2013February 5, 2020 Brian James Freeman Glenn Chadbourne’s Painting of Stephen King This is Glenn Chadbourne’s painting of Stephen King for a sold out promotional item from Cemetery Dance Publications: Share this:TwitterFacebookEmail Related
Can you tell me when this happen and what promo it was?
And is it possible at all to buy a copy anywhere?
I buy so much from CD and did not see this one at all.
Hi Suzanne! It’s part of the Cemetery Dance Collectors Club. Send me an email if you’re not a member! firstname.lastname@example.org — thanks!
Wow, this is pretty great! Is this art for the mouse pad?
Yep, it is! They’re cool mouse pads, too, which is something I never thought I would say. We’re going with a thicker material, so they actually feel substantial.
How do I get a copy of the painting of Stephen King?
Prints might be offered later this year to the general public. Thanks for asking!
How did I ever miss this one? i am a member of the Collectors Club and a lifetime member. This is the very first time I am seeing this! I would have purchased this in a flash! I just purchased two posters of Glenns Salem Lot. They look awesome! Guess I will have to hunt on eBay for the painting of Stephen King! Drats!
Members get it automatically, so you’re all set! 🙂 They’ll ship late next month, I believe.
Oh my Goodness! That’s wonderful! Oh you just made my day you did! Thank you very much! Yay!
I am a member of this newsletter and I haven’t received any notification about this print. I just received my print of “The Shining” and I would truly love one of these! Please advise. Thank you
You won’t receive an actual notification, it’s just part of your package of exclusive items that are only produced for members. And it isn’t actually a print, although there will be prints eventually if enough people ask! 🙂
I am a new member this year.
I bet you will have enough demand for a print.
Can’t wait to see my mouse pad.
Thank you CD.
The mousepad is fantastic! And yes I would buy at least on of the prints if not more if it were to be sold.
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