Robert De Niro & Al Pacino signed 11x14 Photo
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About this piece: This is one of Bryan's personal favorite signed pieces from The Signature Library. This photo is an extremely rare photo and is a true one-of-a-kind. Not only is this photo unique and cool, but both Mr. Pacino and Mr. De Niro, who are not easy signatures to obtain in person, signed this piece beautifully and really took their time, as they both commented on never seeing this image before.
Typically these two famous acting elite sign their names in a rather illegible way. However, on this particular piece they were both "blown away" by the picture, which they had never seen before when Bryan displayed it to be signed.
Signing description: Both took their time and gave Bryan extremely exquisite signatures in a bold metallic silver paint pen, and Mr. De Niro added a "all the best" inscription above his signature and signed his name with the rare "Bob De Niro" signature.
Mr. Pacino and Mr. De Niro signed this photo for Bryan on a one day re-shoot in Los Angeles for their joint film "Righteous Kill." The film set was completely secluded in a notoriously bad part of Los Angeles, and it was a long day of patiently waiting to meet Mr. Pacino and Mr. De Niro. The wait was worth it for Bryan as he was able to acquire a truly one-of-a-kind piece of high-quality signature art, and what he calls his "Mount Everest of photo ops" a true once in a lifetime moment captured on film, as Bryan managed to walk past several police and security on set and convince his two favorite film stars to pose in costume on the set with Bryan in the middle. Bryan recalls Mr. De Niro being impressed by his "chutzpah" and making a comment "Who is this kid? Our new director?"