Minnesota – Since Casey Anthony walked out of jail a free woman only weeks ago, a number of artists have attempted to capitalize on her high-profile case with the marketing of bizarre artwork that depicts the Florida mother acquitted of murder in various manners. One of them, Dan Lacey, has created a series of Casey nudes, some of them including a roll of duct tape.
Lacey is an artist whose name was on the lips of many Americans in 2008 when he painted images of politicians Sarah Palin, John McCain and Barack Obama with pancakes on their heads.
According to Radar Online, he has also used the late singer Amy Winehouse and actress Betty White in his artwork.
Lacey’s four Casey Anthony paintings depict her naked and the duct tape is thrown in due to the accusations made by the prosecution at her trial. Prosecutors alleged that Casey killed her toddler daughter, Caylee Anthony, 2, using chloroform and duct tape.
To see a photo of one of Lacey’s paintings, click here.
Others who have cashed in on the Casey Anthony madness include an eBay seller, whose latex Halloween mask of Casey sold for just under $1 million last week.
To see photos of the Casey Anthony Halloween mask, click here.
In addition, Carmel, Calif. artist Jim Miller is considering selling his creation – a painting that depicts a Devilish-looking monster holding Casey’s face on what appears to be a spike.
To watch the entire Casey Anthony trial, including jury selection, opening statements, court proceedings, witness testimony and closing arguments, click here.
To revisit Casey’s case, find links to pages and pages of evidence, including transcripts of law enforcement interviews, court documents, letters, and forensic evidence, by clicking here.
In addition, links to a multitude of videos and photos released in the case including the many men in Casey’s life, party photos, and evidentiary images can be found by clicking here.
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