KISS And Fan Mosaics Invite Fans To Celebrate 35 Years Of 'Alive II'

For 35 years, KISS fans have reveled in the sounds and images of "Alive II". To celebrate the anniversary of this masterful live album, Fan Mosaics and KISS are inviting fans to be part of some of the most recognizable rock images of all time.

"Every KISS fan knows and loves these images of the Demon, the Starchild, the Spaceman, and the Catman," says KISS co-founder and frontman Paul Stanley. "In honor of this big anniversary, we're giving fans the chance to see these photos in a new way — featuring them in a supporting role."

Fan Mosaics has combined the larger-than-life images from the "Alive II" cover into a single picture that will be reproduced as an official collector's item print.

"It's more than just an amazing print," says Rob Hixenbaugh, Fan Mosaics' director of fan and brand development. "It's a mosaic that uses fan-submitted photos as its building blocks. The fans' images will actually make up the big picture, letting them get inside a major part of KISStory."

The 24-inch by 30-inch prints make great gifts or unique collectibles for everyone who's ever dreamed of getting up close and personal with the band. Fans can unleash their inner rock star and upload their photo for inclusion in the officially licensed "Alive II Fan Mosaic" at this location.

Northfield, Ohio-based Fan Mosaics, LLC, is the bridge that connects fans and stars. The company's officially licensed celebrity photo mosaics — made up of fan-submitted images — are a unique and lasting outlet for fans' enthusiasm and loyalty. Entertainers in all industries choose Fan Mosaics to thank fans for their dedication, and charities partner with Fan Mosaics to raise funds for their worthwhile causes.

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