Holy Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite! Poison Ivy has just given radical new meaning to the term "thunder thighs." I don't know whether to stop drooling and try to voodoo her out of the print, into my living room, or surround with steel caging all of my body parts that could be asphyxiated or crushed between them just in case she decides to make the leap into reality on her own accord.
Mimi Yoon, Batman "Bad Girls" print artist, has had exhibits run at Japan's MoMA and The National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto. Her specialty: the "sensual portrayal of women." Sensual. Yeah, I'll say. That very special kind of sensual that translates to a foursome so hot they make me feel like I need both a cold shower and a stun gun. Talia could take me out with no more than her right boob.
Yoon's Gotham-based team of siren beauty and she-devil terror includes Harley Quinn, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Talia al Ghul. Each print comes as either a framed or unframed 18-3/4" x 23-3/4" or 21" x 26" giclee on paper. Both are available in limited release, the smaller version part of an edition of 250, and the larger an edition of 100. All "Bad Girls" of Batman art arrives signed by Yoon, and paired with a Certificate of Authenticity.