The Inflatable Scream Doll. Measuring about 48 inches tall, this timeless piece of art perfectly sums up the stress and tension we may feel every now and again. Measures approximately 48 inches tall. Painted by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch in 1893, The Scream has been used thousands of times in the media to poke fun at stressful situations. In fact, only half of the people who bought Scream inflatables even knew there was a painting by the same name, they just related to the feeling of being at the end of their ropes. For them, it provided some comic relief to desperate times. For art lovers, it was a unique reminder of the original artwork. Now, you’d think that after selling over 450,000 Scream inflatables (and 250,000 keychains) in 20 countries, the world would be saturated, not so. In this 25th anniversary year of first introducing the inflatable Scream (1991-2016) there is strong demand from a new generation of folks who identify with this universal icon of angst. And they will be available beginning November 1, 2016. The first printing is limited so order yours soon.