World Of Art
Original Hollywood Sign was built in 1923 on Mount Lee. Over its lifespan, the sign became a pop culture icon, and a symbol for the entire entertainment industry. The original sign, the one that was seen by celebrated stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood, has rested quietly in a storage facility since it was taken down and replaced in 1978.
When the opportunity to buy this American icon became available, Bill Mack, a contemporary artist best known for his life - like relief Cultures jumped at the chance.
Bill Mack is an avid collector of art, historical letter, documents, and Hollywood memorabilia, his appreciation of both art and entertainment artifacts inspired Mack to acquire the sign. Mack used the facade of the original Hollywood sign as a canvas to create portraits of illustrious Movie Stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood.
The 80 -year -old material "gives each painting a heartbeat, a sense of the time and place where Hollywood legends first stood atop Mount Lee next to the very sign on which their images have been painted."
Big Idea has entered into an exclusive understanding with Mr. Andy-Segar for a period of 10 years with indefinite option of renewal to promote the art in the Asia –Pacific region with special focus on reaching lovers of art, paintings and portraits in India.
Mr. Andy Segar enjoys exclusive association with Mr. Bill Mack for promoting his art collections. Mr. Andy Segar has an understanding with Big Idea to part with his possession of Mr. Bill Mark’s art collections having an approximate valuation at £800,000 in the art trade.
These works of art, paintings and portraits are available for privileged owning by placing orders right away.
Bill Mack and The Hollywood Sign
Willard Wigan, MBE is an English sculptor from Ashmore Park Estate, Wednesfield, England, who makes microscopic art. His sculptures are typically placed in the eye of a needle or on the head of a pin. A single sculpture can be as small as 0.005 mm.
Collectors of Willard’s work include HRH Prince Charles, Lord Bath, Sir Elton John, former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, former Davis Cup Tennis Captain David Lloyd and music mogul Simon Cowell.
His work is described as phenomenal and the eighth wonder of the world. The height of his career came in July 2007, when he was awarded an MBE from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.