Wally Wood‘s 1967 The Disneyland Memorial Orgy is now available in a limited-edition run of 80 skateboard triptychs. The poster was a highlight of the satirical underground magazine The Realist, causing such a stir Disney itself filed a lawsuit, which lead to many of the posters being destroyed.

The 32×8-inch skateboards showcase the work of the late comic book artist, whose career spanned years creating artwork for EC Comics‘ sci-fi titles to pieces for the satirical American publication MAD Magazine. Back in 2012, Paul Krassner — a frequent The Realist contributor — and Wally Wood had their Disney-inspired artworks printed in color on decks, and again across six boards in 2018. Today, the pop art poster gets a black and white treatment and is surrounded by an ornate gold frame, housing the racy depiction of Snow White, Pinnochio, Tinker Bell, Mickey Mouse and more.

The artwork is sold as a full set and is priced at €279 EUR (approx. $312 USD). Head to boom-art.com to purchase your 1-of-80 triptychs while stocks last.

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