OK. Admittedly most of the core Joker characteristics are illustratively present and graphically correct. Malevolent expression. Sinister stance. Crazed stare. Ear to ear grin. Primed explosive device. Yet seldom do we envisage the Joker visually represented in such an almost cartoonish manner; not even in Tim Burton’s wildest dreams did Jack Nicholson appear THIS deranged, while Heath Ledger’s awesome incarnation didn’t seem quite THIS unhinged. Maybe it’s the childish element which is throwing us off kilter in Nigel Humphries’ brand new autumn 2017 giclee on board release, entitled ‘Clown Prince of Crime.’ Whatever it is, the acclaimed contemporary fine art exponent’s very latest board with slip compositional number makes the viewer sit up and take notice from the very get-go, as the beguiling visual interpretation of the famous comic book baddie captures your gaze. Bearing the best-selling Humphries’ much sought after moniker, this 295-run only piece is now available to enquire about, via our usual channels of communication.