In the details

March 3rd 2013

It’s what you see in the background that can knock your socks off. It happened again. I watched Zero Dark Thirty and at 41 minutes I saw something in the background. I wasn’t sure at first but then I backed the recording up and said, ‘That’s my Wu-Tang Clan print!’ Then at one hour two minutes I saw it again. It’s blurry but no doubt, it’s my work. I did a little research and read that Jason Clarke’s character Dan Stanton, the CIA’s man on the ground likes the Wu Tang Clan. Just a little detail to add to the movie. I love it!

You can see a 8 1/2 x 11 print out of the 9-panel Wu-Tang Clan group portrait I created at 41 minutes.

You can see a 8 1/2 x 11 print out of the 9-panel Wu-Tang Clan group portrait I created at 41 minutes. Center of the frame hanging askew on the back wall.

You can see a 8 1/2 x 11 print out of the 9-panel Wu-Tang Clan group portrait I created at one hour two minutes.

You can see a 8 1/2 x 11 print out of the 9-panel Wu-Tang Clan group portrait I created at one hour two minutes. Seen to the far left side with a portion covering up Method Man and U-God. The 9-panel is unmistakeable.

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