BATMAN (1989) - First Prototype Sculpt for Bat Cowl

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BATMAN (1989) - First Prototype Sculpt for Bat Cowl
The first prototype sculpt for his Bat cowl from Tim Burton's superhero film Batman (1989). Batman wore his cowl while fighting crime in Gotham City, to hide his true identity as billionaire Bruce Wayne.

The "Batsuit" for the film was designed by Academy Award-nominated costume designer Bob Ringwood, and this sculpt was used by Ringwood and the production as a fundamental stage of defining the look of Batman's iconic cowl. It was ultimately inspected and approved by Burton himself.

It is made of hollowed white plaster and features a likeness of Keaton. The cowl part of the sculpt has been given a brown wash to differentiate it from the face, eyes and chest. It has some wear from production use and age, with scuffing, scratches and some minor chipping to the plaster. The tip of one of Batman's "ears" has broken away. Dimensions: 35 cm x 58 cm x 54 cm (13 3/4" x 22 3/4" x 21 1/4")

£4000-6000 DAGGER