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    Posted 4 years ago

    mikeigotit
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    Help, I cannot find a another Patrick Nagel's Playboy Portfolio II, Poster With Neon Light like this. This measures boxed framed 37 X 25 X 4 inches. It does have a small indentation on the front lower left side. Neon light does work, flickers. Picture show in the light then in the dark. I'm still researching trying to find one like this any help would be greatly appreciated. At the bottom stamped 1989 playboy Dumas LTD. if you notice the signature on the poster then the opposite side it looks like a one. other posters like this without the Neon does not show this Mark curious.

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    1. bladerunner22 bladerunner22, 4 years ago
      The poster was so reproduced, it is worthless, the neon whatever that cost on a reproduction scale.
    2. Celiene Celiene, 4 years ago
      Probably an artist created it out of a print by adding the neon.

      You know - If I were an artist, I would make damn sure you could read my name from across a room!
    3. Celiene Celiene, 4 years ago
      There have even been other Neon Nagels here on CW! LOL - me and a friend were JUST saying earlier that so much art & design of the 80's was 'Nagel-esque'!

      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/107608-neon-nagel
    4. mikeigotit mikeigotit, 4 years ago
      Celiene, thank you. Neon Nagel. great help !!!!
    5. Celiene Celiene, 4 years ago
      Doing a Google seach - there aren't that many on line anyway. A guy named Bull Buth did at least one.

      http://www.neonstreet.com/carn/cnagel2.html
    6. zguy2112 zguy2112, 4 years ago
      The rest of them are stored away in the "Miami Vice" Property Department, along with Crocket's and Tubb's wardrobe!
    7. nikiarntz113, 4 years ago
      I have one with neon just like this one...
    8. Jada_B, 4 years ago
      I have one with hot pink neon. Great piece.
    9. robfrankel, 4 years ago
      The first ever biography of Patrick Nagel, is complete. Being he was so successful in 1980s, the boomers in your audience will want to know. Here's why:

      Most of them either owned, or still own his art, especially if they were fans of Playboy magazine. They know his art; they just don't know his name.

      Patrick Nagel took the 1980s by storm only to die suddenly at age 38. He gave the 1980s its look and even though more than two million American homes enjoyed his art, few people even knew his name. In fact, Rob Lowe's recent Comedy Central cartoon hit, "Moonbeam City" was based on Nagel's style.

      The book is titled The Artist Who Loved Women: The Incredible Life & Work of Patrick Nagel, the Most Successful & Anonymous Artist of the 1980s , (ISBN 9786926859281) and is the only biography of Nagel's personal, professional and artistic evolution. Available at the web site or Amazon.

      I'm available for interview and you can read more about this amazing story, its wild characters and improbable triumph (along with video) at the website: http://www.TheArtistWhoLovedWomen.com

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