Archive for April, 2011
Growing up I had the biggest crush on Molly Ringwald. Well, Gallery 1988 just released their newest limited edition giclee print, “The Color That Never Fades: Pretty In Pink Portrait,” by Nicole Guice, a favorite from their recent John Hughes tribute show in Venice, This gem measures 12 x 12 inches, is an edition of 50, and signed/numbered by the artist. Pick one up by following this link.1 comment
Head over to Little Collector for an Obey Elephant. You can get it in either 8×10? or 11×14?. A percentage of all sales to will be donated to RxArt. For more information about RxArt and Little Collector just read on:
LittleCollector.com, an online contemporary art gallery just for children, is proud to announce that they will be donating a percentage of all sales to RxArt. Says LittleCollector Founder Chrissy Crawford, “We have a great deal of respect for RxArt and their mission to bring art into hospitals and we strongly believe in art’s therapeutic properties.”
RxArt is a non-profit organization dedicated to placing original fine art in patient, procedure and examination rooms of healthcare facilities. Our mission is to improve otherwise sterile environments through contemporary art, promote healing, and inspire hope in patients, families and staff.
LittleCollector.com is committed to inspiring the next generation of art lovers through the presentation of accessible contemporary art and believes that viewing art is an essential part of childhood. LittleCollector collaborates with leading contemporary artists including Bo Bartlett, David Levinthal and Inka Essenhigh to create limited edition museum quality prints at prices that are accessible to families. LittleCollector is also pleased to work with artist Jason Middlebrook who recently collaborated with RxArt to install a number of his prints in the San Francisco General Hospital’s Psychiatric Emergency Ward.No comments
Rhys Cooper is dropping two new concert prints on us. Kyuss will drop May 5th and Black Keys drop May 8th. Beyond The Pale will have spares of both! Lets get right into the details:
KYUSS (Pictured First)
5 color silkscreen by Rhys Cooper.
This image plus a Variant. Each with an Ed of 200.
Signed & Numbered.
These are going to be sold at the gigs so there won’t be too many left overs.
The Black Keys
This was sold out at US gigs A variant of this will be available in about 10 days.
Our variant will feature metallic inks.
4 color silkscreen
by Rhys Cooper.
Edition of 120
Signed & Numbered.
2001: A Space Odyssey is one of those films that you have to see on the big screen to truly appreciate. Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 awe inspiring visual journey was screened at the Astor Theatre on Saturday night (April 23rd) in all its mysterious glory and they had two fantastic screen printed posters commisioned for the event. Designed by Tim Doyle and printed at the Nakatomi labs there is both a regular edition and a silver foil variant.
Prints are now available at tommygood.com
2001: A Space Odyssey / Tim Doyle
“Dave, this conversation can serve no purpose anymore. Goodbye.”
Tim Doyle’s latest film poster 2001: A Space Odyssey is pure Monolithic Madness! A unique spin on this unfathomable film that covers many millennia and takes the audience on a journey that is a true spectacle. The fact that it was released in 1968 makes it all the more wonderful & mind blowing.
16 x 26 inches
four color screen print
Artist signed & hand numbered
Edition of 300
Printed by Nakatomi Inc
You can pick these up at Tommy Good!No comments
Mondo is introducing the newest entries in the Star Trek poster series…the 1967 episode Mirror, Mirror by Tomer Hanuka and the 1966 two-part episode The Menagerie by Mike Saputo! In addition, they will also be releasing the remaining copies from the Alamo Drafthouse Terror Tuesday screening of Cronenberg’s Rabid by Phantom City Creative.
These posters will be going on sale today, April 28, 2011 at a random time at Mondo!
Poster by Tomer Hanuka (Picture Above). Measures 24 x 36 inches and is a screen print. Hand numbered with an edition of 175. Printed by D&L Screen Printing.No comments