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Heavy T-Rex

Edition of 15 + 3 APs + 2 PPs, 2023
Cast bronze sculpture

Artist's signature and edition number engraved in the base

13.00 x 5.00 x 12.00 in / 33.02 x 12.70 x 30.48 cm

Ships in 8-9 weeks

Only 3 left
  • Unframed work ships within 5 business days.
  • Framed prints ship within 2-4 weeks.
  • International customers are responsible for applicable duties and taxes.


About the Work

Heavy T-Rex is our newest collaboration with Liz Markus and the artist’s first ever sculpture edition. Markus is well-known for her expressive series of vibrantly colorful paintings that merge pop art motifs with gestural intuition, creating visually dynamic and emotionally charged meditations on form itself.

In our new collaboration with the Los Angeles-based painter, we furthered Markus’ exploration of form by bringing her highly sought-after T-Rex character into three-dimensional space. A cast-bronze edition of 15, Heavy T-Rex brings a physical gravitas and literal embodiment to the artist’s ongoing exploration of the iconic, mass-produced T-Rex costume.

“[My T-Rex motif] started out as this actual 3D costume, which is a pop culture symbol I interpreted into the two-dimensional language of painting, and now through the process of creating Heavy T-Rex, [he’s] morphed back into 3D, a transformed version that reflects my hand and interpretation.” — Liz Markus

Heavy T-Rex marks a monumental moment in the artist’s much-loved oeuvre, representing an unprecedented opportunity to collect one of her most recognizable characters to date.

Artist Biography

Liz Markus (b. 1967, Buffalo, NY) has held solo exhibitions at Shrine (New York), Stems (Brussels), The Pit (Los Angeles), Unit London (London), Maruani Mercier Gallery (Brussels), White Columns (New York), and Loyal Gallery (Stockholm), among others. Select group exhibitions include presentations at Tripoli Gallery (East Hampton), Harper’s Books (East Hampton), Eric Firestone Gallery (East Hampton), and Canada (New York). Museum exhibitions include presentations at The Reece Museum (Tennessee) and Nerman Museum (Kansas City). Markus lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Authentication & Resale

The artist's signature and edition number are engraved on the bottom of this sculpture. It is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed and numbered by Exhibition A. 

Be sure to keep your Certificate of Authenticity (COA) in a safe place. We are unable to replace or reissue COAs.

Shippings & Returns

Every Heavy T-Rex sculpture is custom-made to order. The scheduled ship date for your order will be approximately 8-9 weeks from the date of your order placement. Please note that all artworks will be shipped from the United States. For international customers, it is important to be aware of any customs, duty, or VAT charges that may apply upon delivery. Additionally, please be advised that your artwork will be shipped fully insured and will require a signature upon receipt to ensure its safe delivery.


In the event that you change your mind after placing your order, we kindly request that you email us at within 48 hours. This allows us to address any cancellation requests promptly. Please note that after this 48-hour window, cancellations may not be accommodated as the bronze production process will already be underway at the foundry.


Our general policy is that we do not accept returns. However, we understand that exceptional circumstances may arise. If your artwork arrives damaged or does not meet your expectations, you may be eligible for a replacement or return. It is important to report any issues within 5 business days of receiving the artwork by emailing Our dedicated team will assist you in resolving any concerns and finding the best possible solution.