The Caddyshack cartoon painting print by David O’Keefe memorializes the mega popular cult movie classic Caddyshack.
The Caddyshack painting is the creative result of David O’Keefe’s amazing talent. David O’Keefe is a pop culture artist with a keen eye for artworks that result in an explosion of wit and outrageous characters. His blend of caricature with color delivered in a truly unique pop art manner causes pause to anyone who enters the room then attacks their funny bone. None of his consistent characteristics are spared in this Caddyshack painting.
The Caddyshack Painting Inspiration
O’Keefe originally named the painting Bushwood: A Tribute To Caddyshack. The painting was inspired by the movie Caddyshack, a sports comedy film released in 1980. The movie was originally about a young man named Danny Noonan, who was working at a golf course to earn money to go to college. That was of course, until the antics of Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and Rodney Dangerfield made it a blockbuster.
Caddyshack earned $3.1 million on it’s opening weekend and earned nearly $40 million overall at the box office. We couldn’t find the figures, but, we are sure it has earned much, much more over the years, as it is still popular today.
The Caddyshack Painting Description
The Caddyshack painting displays as a colorful, 70s era golf, outdoor scene depicting the most popular characters played by Ted Knight, Rodney Dangerfield, Bill Murray, and Chevy Chase. The smaller peripheral details the other main and supporting cast. In the far right of the pic, you can even see the lightning that struck the bishop.
The Caddyshack cartoon painting makes a great gift for any golf fans, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, or Rodney Dangerfield fans. If you are looking for gift guys like, this has to be one of the top. This is a poster print of the original painting that meaures 22″ x 28″ for framing.
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