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Classic Stills Announces Release of The Big Lebowski Fine Art Prints

Classic Stills, a Los Angeles and London-based publisher of rare, iconic photographs, have joined forces with Universal Brand Development, to release a limited-edition collection of stills from The Big Lebowski. The collection will feature illustrious stills from the Universal Pictures film.

CEO Rene Freling says: “We are beyond excited to offer these iconic images as limited-edition fine art prints for the first time. Fans will finally be able to let The Dude abide in their homes. Millions of us have fallen in love with The Big Lebowski. This is an unprecedented opportunity to own official fine art photographs, that will transport us back into this Universal Pictures classic.”

The Big Lebowski collections feature 12 film photographs and publicity stills. Only up to 250 numbered prints of each image will be made available. They can be purchased exclusively for a limited time only. Classic Stills images are developed using the chromogenic print process, on archival-quality photo paper, and framed by hand – including acid-free matting, hinging, and protected with fade preveting UV acrylic. Each comes with a unique Certificate of Authenticity.

The framed stills are available in the following sizes and prices:

11” X 14”: $149/£125
16” X 20”: $295/£225
24” X 30”: $495/£395

Classic Stills is a publisher photographs, working with the entertainment industry, offering pop culture fans the opportunity to own these unique pieces of fine art. All sold directly on the official websites – classicstills.com and classicstills.co.uk. Stills currently available in the US, Canada, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy, with more countries coming very soon.

For more information on Classic Stills and The Big Lebowski collection, please visit: classicstills.com/ You can also contact CEO Rene Freling: renefreling@classicstills.com.

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