The Big Lebowski’s Enlightenment Through Bowling
Jeff Mitchell, 2011
First piece in the series. Number of total pieces still unknown.
My best-selling print to date, this homage to the Coen Brothers’ film references the Everyman’s search for meaning in life. Interestingly, this is probably the most popular “cult film” in the history of cinema, considering that “cult” implies a limited following but you’d be hard-pressed to find a significant group of people who can’t recite at least one line from the movie.
I take that back. Grandparents and babies have no frame of reference.