A birthday salute to the seductive feline fatale — who would have been 92…
In case you missed it during our just-wrapped BATMAN ’66 WEEK, I posted a feature the other day on superfan/artist Greg Maraio and his team’s work creating life-size sculptures of the show’s cast. (Click here. You’ll want to.)
Here’s a quick example — Yvonne Craig’s Batgirl dressed in an authentic screen-used outfit that’s part of the so-called Alfred Collection. (Click here for much more on all that.)
Well, as they used to say on late-night TV ads, “But wait there’s more!”
Greg and his crew — Marc Spess, David Costa and Daniele Tirinnanzi — have also created a life-size figure of Eartha Kitt’s Catwoman for a different project:
And since it’s the anniversary of the late Ms. Kitt’s birth — she was born Jan. 17, 1927 — it seemed like a good time to show off a series of pix that detail the creation of this mesmerizing mannequin.
— The Artisans Who Bring BATMAN ’66 Into the Modern World. Click here.
— SNEAK PEEK: The Greatest BATMAN ’66 Collection You’ll Ever See. Click here.
January 17, 2019
The hits just keep on comin.’ Stellar.
January 16, 2020
I like that sculpture. It captures the late Eartha Kitt’s likeness perfectly.