Comic, Igtnaz, The Figure.

On July 26, 1910, George Herriman created the characters of comic book masterpiece Krazy Kat, one of the most influential titles in the genre. A magnificent mixture of offbeat , innocent playfulness and poetic, idiosyncratic language has made it a favorite among comic book readers and art critics alike. Widely praised by intellectuals and artists such as Picasso, Capra and Kerouac, it was one of the first comics to be considered ‘serious art’.


This series pays homage to iconic characters from the pages of comic books. You will find everything, from universal classics of the ‘Ninth Art’ to the most irreverent, cutting-edge underground heroes and villains, united in a common goal: turn comic books, one of our favorite artistic expressions, into sculpture.

Comic, Igtnaz

  • Reference: Igtnaz
  • Made for: Villa de Avilés Comic Festival
  • Collection: Comic
  • Tribute to: G. Herriman
  • Sculptor: Marco Navas, The Miniaturist
  • Material: High Quality Resin
  • Measures: 2,75”H x 1,96”W, Scale 1/32
  • Edition: Limited & Numbered to 100 copies, Certificate included

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