Posted by specialK January 03, 2013

Illustrator Kevin Lyons and Case Studyo have come together to release the bronze sculpture "True & Lulu". The sculpture consists of two small bronze pyramids which represents and are named after Lyons' daughters. Lyons liked the idea of capturing his two "crazy kids" in bronze and wanted to create a companion set that could sit on a shelf and overlook the scope of your home (as the pyramids of Giza do for Egypt) protecting it and plotting its destruction at the same time. Kids love to destroy, don't they? The pyramids come in a screen printed wooden box and stand at 2.3" x 2.3" x 3.9" and 3.1" x 3.1" x 3.9". Each box contains a signed certificate and a limited edition comic 'zine. This is an edition of 8 and is available here through Case Studyo. 


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