Breaking Bad Walter White Prints

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

This coming Sunday will mark the end of an era as AMC will debut the much anticipated series finale of Breaking Bad. We couldn’t think of a better way to pay homage to our main man Mr. White than these officially licensed Walter White Prints.

We’ve featured a ton of Breaking Bad gifts in the past, but the latest offering from the folks at AMC is a must have for fans of Mr. White. The series includes 4 different 18×24 prints, and were all designed by award-winning graphic designer Ty Mattson. The prints follow Walter’s life from an unhappy, cancer stricken high school chemistry teacher to the almighty drug kingpin Heisenberg, and even his current state- a wanted fugitive of the run. Each and every print will be numbered and hand signed by the artist. Make sure to tune in this Sunday to the series finale of Breaking Bad. [Purchase]

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