This three-piece typographical art print set features images from the Harry Potter franchise, formed with lines of dialogue from each film from The Sorcerer's Stone to The Half-Blood Prince.
The first piece, in the shape of the Dark Mark, features memorable quotes from the antagonists of the Harry Potter franchise: the Dursleys, the Death Eaters, Professor Umbrage, Voldemort, and yes, even Professor Snape.
The second piece, in the shape of Harry's lightning scar, features great lines of dialogue spoken by the heroes of the Harry Potter franchise: Hogwarts' students and staff, the Order of the Phoenix, and more.
The third piece, in the shape of a waving wand, features the incantations to many of the most important spells in the Harry Potter story.
This three set is a 10% savings over purchasing each piece individually. Say goodbye to Harry by hanging the three-piece set in your home, or gift two to fellow Potterphiles!
It's hard to overstate the effect Harry Potter has had on popular culture in the US, the UK, and around the world. The story works very well as a hero's journey to his ultimate confrontation with his antagonist, as well as the story of a young boy going through adolescence into adulthood. It's a story of friendship, love, and honor.
When asked to sum up the differences between the two franchises, Stephen King said: "Harry Potter is about confronting fears, finding inner strength and doing what is right in the face of adversity. Twilight is about how important it is to have a boyfriend." The quotes chosen for this piece represent many of the characters who best represent those ideals.
Some fun facts about the Harry Potter series:
• Warwick Davis, who played the first Gringotts Goblin in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (and Professor Flitwick throughout the series) also provided the voice for Griphook, who was physically played by Verne Troyer. Davis later provided voice and physical form to Griphook in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts I and II.
• Robbie Coltrane was the first principal actor cast, handpicked by J.K. Rowling to play Hagrid.
• In one of a number of occasions in the books in which Prof. Slughorn gets Ron's name wrong, he refers to the character as 'Rupert'. Ron Weasley is played by actor Rupert Grint.
• Tim Roth was a leading contender for the role of Professor Severus Snape, but he dropped out to star in Planet of the Apes. Alan Rickman was JK Rowling's first choice, and she made him one of the very few people other than Rowling to know (years ahead of the last book's publication) that Snape had been in love with Lily. According to Rickman, even the directors prior to the publication of the last book didn't know, and he had to ask them to differ to him the portrayal of Snape, whether or not they understood why.
Image Size: 11x14"
Framed Size: 13x16"
Medium: Digital Art Print on Kodak Professional Supra Endura VC Digital Paper
Image Created: 2010
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