The Lord of Light Art series was envisioned and designed by Barry Ira Geller and Jack Kirby, drawn with incendiary brilliance by Jack and inked with devastating intensity by Mike Royer. Each Kirby architectual masterpiece was created both as a film set design and theme park illustration. Each Art Print portrays the same kick-ass, roving birds-eye view style Jack was famous for, ranging from the power of Captain America and Fantastic Four, to the majesty of Thor and the New Gods. As depicted in Wired Magazine May 2007, this is one of the Lord Of Light prints CIA spies used to secretly free six American Hostages from Iran.

Feel the true power and passion of work of Jack "King" Kirby.

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Pavilions of Joy


History:

Jack Kirby: The Pavilions of Joy drawing was really created for views into architectural rendering of sections of Science Fiction Land. We started with ideas of what Brahma's "Pavilion of Joys"might look like, but somehow progressed onto a 1000 foot street of statues of the Gods. Jack threw the Mahasamatman ("Lord of Light") statue commandingly looking down the avenue and away we went!

Lord of Light:  Just your standard everyday lineup of 80 foot statues of the Gods looking over your shoulder, as you walk down the street! Can they really read your thoughts? Does Yama's mind-probe device, which is fabled to "pick up a man's thoughts which they don't like out of a crowd" really work? Hmmm.....

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