Pair of life-size Mexican folk-art papier-mâché day-of-the-dead dolls. Iconic to Hopper's Venice home, they were located in the landing of his Gehry-designed office and could be seen from the street. Dennis Hopper was an actor, a director, a passionate art collector, and a countercultural hero. He was as unforgettable onscreen--as the baby-faced Goon in Rebel Without A Cause, the iconic Billy in Easy Rider, or the menacing gas-huffing Frank Booth in Blue Velvet-- as he was in his life, and filled his eclectic homes with things (and people) he loved. With this Tastemaker Tag Sale, One Kings Lane is honored to bring our members these personal pieces from the estate of the legendary actor.