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Brotherhood of Evil Mutants Stamp Artwork [X-Men 60th Anniversary]

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Title: Brotherhood of Evil Mutants Stamp Artwork [X-Men 60th Anniversary]
Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Specialty Piece
Artists: Lee Garbett (all)
Other Images:

"To me my Brotherhood!" calls Magneto for the X-Men’s 60th Anniversary. Nice group shot of the Outlaw Mutants [Magneto, Juggernaut, Sabretooth, Emma Frost, Mystique] by Lee Garbett published for the Royal Mail's stamps in commemoration of the X-Men's 60th Anniversary. Used on multiple products including the Royal Mail Stamp Collection frontside, Royal Mail Stamp Collection backside, Royal Mail Stamp Collection Postcards, and the Royal Mail Stamp Collection cover! Garbett's process for these piece was drawn as original pencils measuring an oversized 9 x 24" on [2] 11 x 16" standard Bristol boards. He then embellished his own traditional inks over a [1:1] blueline of the pencils, drawn on [2] boards with a large image area of 9 x 24"! Please click on the add'l links to view the original pencils along with the Royal Mail Stamp Collection Set to this artwork.





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