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Where’s Alfred Hitchcock by Derek Eads

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Derek Eads does a nice line in pop culture art. Most of his references are a little modern for these pages including unhealthy interest in Wes Anderson, but this Where’s Alfred Hitchcock print should appeal to fans of the master of suspense.

The print celebrates Hitchcock’s signature move of making a cameo appearance in each of his films. Those moments that fans like to look out for are recreated here in black and white illustration. The print was created for an Alfred Hitchcock tribute exhibition earlier this year at the 1988 Venice Gallery in Santa Monica. If, like us, you missed that exhibition, you can see other prints that were on display and buy some too online. This one sells for $45 for an unframed 18 by 30 inches print and is limited to 50 editions.

Visit the 1988 website to buy.

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