Rated 5 out of 5 by sweetthing62 A Must Have Product for the Collector
I have this in my computer room with other Collectibles of Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe. This pre-lit canvas art Print goes perfect with the other collectibles. The switch to turn off and on is hidden. Really nice when off, but when it is lit up and on, WoW. James Dean is actually goofing off throwing popcorn over the back of him and a piece lands between Marilyn's breast. They are all in a movie theatre. I'm a huge fan of Kirkland's. Their products are unique, with great prices and clean stores. The employees are friendly and helpful. I've been updating the decorations in my house and it feels like a new home. Ordering from online, my items were well packaged and everything has been delivered with no problems. Thank you Kirkland's.
May 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chummly This product is full of fun & entertainment!
This canvas is done so very well. The colors are very vibrant; and it has a unique battery operated switch which activitates special lighting features within the print! The entertainment value of spending time finding so many hidden objects within the pictures makes it fun and also an opportunity to learn a little more about the character of the Hollywood legends who are portrayed in the art. The smiles on their faces and the mischevious grins can be felt the moment you look at the print. It is also a great conversation piece with family and friends. This great priced canvas print has already paid for itself with enjoyment from myself, friends, and family.
November 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michelle71 This product is such a conversation piece
I love this product. My family decided to make our own family theater and we have done so with the help of Kirklands! This was already my favorite home interior store, but I love the fact that you carry so many items for the home theater. This picture was a completion to our theater. We absolutely love it. The lights are just right in placement and brightness and everyone asks where we got it because they just love it. Rather you have a home theater or not, this picture is a must have of historical value and its just really awesome.
November 7, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Autry22 Picture looks good but the LED lights won't work
Received the picture and the print looks good but once I put batteries in and move the switch back and forth none of the lights will work. I put a second set of batteries in thinking it was the batteries and nothing. The plastic backing that goes on the batteries will not stay on and needs to be taped but since the lights won't work anyways there is no need for it to be there since the batteries can come out too. The picture is fine without the lights so I'm going to keep it just wish is worked the way it was suppose to.
March 28, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rhonda28 Love the features
I love this canvas art and get many compliments on it but I have bought 2 and both pieces of art have a faulty switch. Has anyone else had this problem? I don't wan to return it because I like it without the lighting as well but just wondering if this is a problem anyone else has experienced. The display had the same issue when I tried it at the store.
February 4, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Barbiedoll1 Cheap looking in person
Viewing this picture online was deceiving to me. I thought that the black surround was a real frame. Not so. It was just part of the print.
I have several gallery wrap pictures in my home and I thought this would be similar. It isn't. It looks really cheap and tacky in person. It's going back.
July 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gail45 Just as pictured
This picture sells for $150 on every site I had found. It is beautiful in the den next to the pool table on the wall. It lights up and there is an on and off button to save your battery power when you are not in the room. I just love it!
January 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Renee Amazing
Put this picture up in my theatre room and it really looks great. Is an eye piece especially when you turn off all the lights and turn on the light on the picture.
November 2, 2012