Joshua Budich has a new print, dropping this coming Wednesday, November 2 at 2pm (est). Joshua Budich was commissioned to add a new triptych to his Big Lebowski portrait collection. Because Brant doesn’t get the love he deserves, Joshua turned it into a print. “Brandt, The Big Lebowski & Bunny” is an 18 x 24 inch, seven color screenprint expertly hand-pulled by Nakatomi; limited-edition of 50 prints. When the time is right you can get these in Joshua’s store.
Rhys Cooper has created two new prints for “Toxic Avenger” and “Surf Nazis Must Die”. The results are astounding! These prints are both 12 x 36 inches (1ft x 3ft) and feature 8-colors on white stock, including 2 metallic green inks that glimmer like the lights on ET’s mother-ship during a clear-skied night. If Elliot seen this, I’m sure he’d shit himself… and if Spielberg’s movie is true-to-life, that means ET himself would have shit himself (or itself) too. But the sweet stuff doesn’t end with these 2 prints alone. There’s a 3rd print that’s ultra limited and ultra amazing. We blasted both the Toxic Avenger and Surf Nazis Must Die onto a single sheet of 24” x 36” (2ft x 3ft) to create a double-feature variant, limited to only 50. Skuzzles is the place to grab one of these. Tell them The Poster District sent you.
Saturno Butto is an amazing figurative painter I have admired for some years now and whose works have been shown in galleries such as the Strychnin Gallery in Berlin and the Mishin Gallery in San Francisco. I am thrilled to report that Saturno will be reproducing his painting The Sisters. Below you will find all the pertinent details. The Sisters will soon be available through Vonscaramouche. Here are details:
Signed & Numbered
Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl
Ink: Ultrachrome HDR Archival Inks
Image Size: 18 x 18 inches
Paper Size: 22 x 22 inches
Includes a Certificate of Authenticity
Special Price: $110 one day only on November 3rd
Regular Price: $125 starting on November 4th
We would like to invite you kindly to visit our gallery site during the 1st Photo Week of the 5 Pieces Gallery and enjoy the wide selection of internationally known photographers. In addition we would like to offer you as a valued client all photographs with a discount of 10% (code photoweek) for a limited time.
Happy Halloween everyone! What better way to celebrate the holiday then with a new print by Dan Mumford. ”the Night He Came Home” is the 4th print from Dan Munford’s Horror Movies series. A beautiful night shot inspired by John Carpenter’s classic Halloween. This piece is a nine screen silkscreen print (including a spot varnish on the black).
Title – ‘The Night He Came Home’
Artist/Designer – Dan Mumford
Edition – Limited Edition of only 150 Pieces
Signed – Hand signed by the artist
Numbered – Hand numbered
Format – nine color hand printed silkscreen, including spot varnish
Size – 23.25″x31″ (Inches)
Paper – 270gsm Mohawk Eggshell, acid-free & archival stock
You can pick these up in Dan’s online store.
Rhys Cooper has a new series coming tomorrow, October 31st called “Bad To The Bonez”. The prints are “Man In Black” and “Ol’ Ludwig Van”, both printed using Metallic and Glow in the Dark Inks. Each print measures 18 x 24 inches and will be signed/numbered by Rhys. The sale is between Oct. 31st & Nov. 2nd. The number of orders received between those dates determine the edition size. When the time is right you can pick these up at Studio Seppuku.
“East Breakfast” is an offset lithograph poster designed by Always With Honor for Advice to Sink in Slowly. Advice to sink in slowly is an ongoing series of posters designed by college graduates for the purpose of passing on advice and inspiration to incoming students. A free advice poster is available on request to first year students across the UK.
The printing, packaging and postage costs are covered through the sale of fund raising posters such as this one. All proceeds from the sale of these releases goes towards distributing free posters to students throughout the autumn semester. Put simply, the more that sell, the more posters they can give out for free.
Always with Honor are a Portland, Oregon collective consisting of Elsa and Tyler Lang, and a dog named Zoe. They specialize in icon design, info graphics and illustration. Their mission statement reads: ‘to create work that reflects their curiosity in the pursuit of clarity.’
The artwork measures 16.5″ x 23.25″ Posters ship from the UK so A) Shipping is a bit pricier and B) You should give them a bit of extra time to arrive if ordering from North America.
Tiny Showcase is where you can grab one.
Daniel Danger has some copies of the prints from his show earlier this summer at The Cotton Candy Machine. The two prints, “i had troubles yesterday that i have to today” and “i have troubles today that i had not yesterday” will be going on sale Sunday Oct 30th, at 2pm (EST). Both measure 24 x 36 inches and are editions of 150. There will be about 50 copies of the normal editions, but only 5 copies of each of the variants available. When the time is right head over to Tiny Media Empire to grab one.
On Wednesday November 2nd, at 12pm (PST), Mr. Brainwash will be releasing a new print “Not Guilty”. This is a five color screen print on deckled edge archival art paper and hand finished with paint. They will be released in four color variants and are signed, numbered, and thumb printed by the artist. Each color is an edition of 30 and measures 22 x 30 inches. You can pick one of these up when the time is right in Mr. Brainwash’s shop.
More discussion on Mr. Brainwash
The Miracle Puppy that Couldn’t Lift Her Head or Walk; Now Defies All Odds…
Harper by Ron Burns
Giclee Print on Archival Paper
Image Size: 12″ x 15″
Paper Size: 14″x 17″
Edition Type: Open
Hand-signed by Artist Ron Burns
$45 + $5 shipping
40% of net proceeds will benefit Dolly’s Foundation
To order, please go to: http://ronburns.com/harper/
Watch Harper’s appearance on The Today Show: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xH6xeeYx2_w
On August 31, 2011 a woman in Sanford, Florida, first encountered Harper when she spotted a squirming garbage bag. There was a man outside a Save-A-Lot selling Pit Bull puppies. This woman approached him and noticed a noise coming from a garbage bag he was holding. She asked him, ‘What’s in the bag?’ and he said, ‘Don’t worry about it.’ The woman pressed the issue and the man gave her the bag. Inside was a puppy so deformed that it couldn’t walk or hold up its head. Shelter workers and veterinarians grimaced when they saw the dog and came to the same conclusion: She really should be euthanized.
That’s when Dolly’s Foundation stepped in. Erica decided to take the puppy home for one full and final day of unabashed affection. She had to show her what it was like to be loved. She’d planned on taking Harper home that night, letting her sleep in their bed, and having her humanely euthanized in the morning.
Erica massaged Harper’s tight muscles, hoping to alleviate some of her stiffness and pain. Within just a few hours, Harper started lifting her head and looking around. Her front legs became more limber as well, so much so that she tried using them to walk and pull herself around.
Convinced that this determined little dog needed a second opinion, she canceled the following morning’s appointment and made a new, hopeful one with a veterinarian at the University of Florida. At first, the vet described the reasons Harper probably would need to be put to sleep. The list included the likelihood of degenerative bone disease, brain abnormalities and a severe heart murmur.
Despite the veterinarians grim recommendations, we pressed on with testing. We knew Harper wanted to live, and we were going to do everything possible to make that happen.
We learned that she has a condition called Pectus Excavatum (Swimmer Puppy Syndrome). We also learned that she has a brain condition, Hydrocephalus, and a heart condition, Pulmonic Stenosis. They are both mild and will require monitoring, but not surgery.
Now, Harper is almost like a normal dog. She runs, plays, and even started training!
Harper’s joy for life, despite the hand she was given early on, is incredible. Her determination can teach us all something. Her love for humans, even after what they put her through is admirable.
Harper, you are an inspiration to us all. We love you.
About Dolly’s Foundation
The purpose of Dolly’s Foundation is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome homeless, neglected, and abused American Pit Bull Terriers and other bully breed dogs. As well as preserve, promote, and bring positive awareness to the breed and the negative stereotype bestowed upon them.
Thank you for your support!