Georgia resident Robert Davis recently purchased a rare Laurent Durieux Die Hard glass poster. However, Davis didn’t want a standard picture frame for something this magnificent—so he had a very unique frame custom built.
The poster originally debuted back in 2013 for a Los Angeles-based event called The Mondo Mystery Movie, which featured a Die Hard screening. Folks who attended the screening were able to pick up a paper copy of the poster. However, a few lucky fans were able to get a metal version of the poster, and one fan received a very special version printed on glass.
That glass poster ended up on eBay, and Davis bought it. Davis then contacted Oakland, California-based Yzzo Studios to create a bank vault-style frame for the poster that lights up. Even Hans Gruber wouldn’t destroy such a masterpiece.