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"Lost" Art: Buy the Hatch Painting

Lost Hatch Painting You know a show has hit the big-time when its props are sold as art.

Timothy Yarger Fine Art is selling copies of the "Hatch Painting" -- that post-modern mural sprayed on the wall of everyone's favorite Dharma den. For a mere $50, now you can have your very own clue-laden masterpiece.

If a poster knock-off offends your aesthetic sensibilities, you can pony up $1,200 for a signed/numbered 30" x 40" limited edition print.

The original Hatch Painting was likely compressed into a wee paint ball after Desmond activated the fail safe, so these prints are poised to skyrocket in value! -- Mac Slocum

Awesome! I'll be sure to get one for my living room wall.

#1. Posted by: amalcolm at October 16, 2006 12:00 PM

It looks like it's a mere $90, including shipping, for a 23 x 24 poster.

#2. Posted by: Dan at October 18, 2006 11:37 AM

If I had millions, I might have purchased one. *Might have*

#3. Posted by: lost_me at October 18, 2006 2:32 PM

They have the price up to $75 plus shipping... methinks this will climb even higher as this site gains some traction

#4. Posted by: Bryan at October 19, 2006 1:52 PM

i'll ask steve wynn to buy if for me...

#5. Posted by: mediaboy at October 20, 2006 2:20 PM

wow this will go great with my fingerpaited couch

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