Won­der Woman Orig­i­nal Art­work Up for Bid, Pro­ceeds Go to Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal

Kuwait Times - - WEEKENDER -

An orig­i­nal piece of Won­der Woman art­work drawn by comic book leg­end Jim Lee is up for bid. Lee il­lus­trated the iconic DC su­per­heroine ex­clu­sively for Va­ri­ety’s “Power of Women” is­sue in honor of Won­der Woman’s 75th an­niver­sary. This Won­der Woman orig­i­nal art­work was pub­lished in Va­ri­ety, Vol 333, No. 14 for their Oc­to­ber 11, 2016 is­sue as a fea­ture Power of Women il­lus­tra­tion and ex­clu­sive new­stand print. Won­der Woman stands tall and proud in the 11x17 print, sword and shield in hand.

You can bid on the one-of-a-kind piece of art at char­i­ty­buzz.com. Bid­ding ends Nov. 3. The auc­tion is to sup­port Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal Los An­ge­les. “The most im­por­tant thing about draw­ing a char­ac­ter like Won­der Woman-who is so iconic, so well known-is re­ally cap­tur­ing the emo­tional state of the char­ac­ter,” the artist ex­plained. “Try­ing to rep­re­sent vis­ually the things she stands for: power, equal­ity, strength, wis­dom.” You can watch Jim Lee’s cre­ation come to life in an ex­clu­sive video here and learn more about the artist and the iconic hero below.

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