guest_guest is correct.
One of the early calendars had this as the December image. I actually think the calendar probably reflects the way the work looked originally and it has had it colors fade a bit, though it also looked brighter in person than my less than ideal camera could capture. The original was sold near or just after the Nagel retrospective at Just Looking Gallery to forum member "daqcraig" who also owns the original on board of "Seated Man," and we discussed the possibility also purchasing the original drawing, which I thought was an excellent idea, which JLG also had available for sale.
(I was tempted, but went with a larger drawing that Nagel had also made notes on, which I thought was cool. Is is the drawing for the painting I use as my avatar here.)
I do still hope, at some point, they might do more prints, preferably serigraphs with a run of 500 so the price can be kept down, since anything released posthumously is going to be loved more image value, than investment value, but the quality of the prints should still be kept high, and a series of men would be great, with the three men on canvas all being released (two of which nagelite owns), and the Man in Pink Tee.
I think so long as the estate has high quality photo records of the entire image, that is all the need to submit to a print maker to get them made into silk screen prints.
The images of men, with their absence of outdated fashion accessories (e.g. earrings, hair styles, or shoulder pads) would be ripe for reintroducing Nagel.
But the print market will have to improve and I suspect that too few of the prints, as wonderful as they were, from the Just Looking Gallery show, are still available for sale.