Archive for June, 2012
This 4th of July brings us the The Amazing Spider-Man movie. To accompany the movie Laurent Durieux created a beautiful poster. All who attend the IMAX 3D midnight show of The Amazing Spider-Man on July 3rd (the evening of July 2nd) will receive a limited edition IMAX print from Mondo exclusive to the 12:01 show at participating IMAX locations!No comments
Hope everyone had a good week! To welcome in the weekend we have a brand new piece from artist WGBOYD. ”A Portrait Of Capitalism” is a seven color handmade and hand embellished 18 x 24 inch serigraph on 80# French Paper Co. Speckletone cream stock. Available in three colorways, defined by background color:
Green edition of 20
Burgundy edition of 10
Gold edition of 5
Prints will be released onine at WGBOYD on Thusday, July 5th at 3:00pm (EDT).
Every A Portrait of Capitalism print features a hand written name tag inked with Sakura archival blue ink, making each print moderately unique.No comments
Tim Oliveira has got a brand new print dropping today that is just awesome. The new piece is titled “Dea del sole” and is a tribute piece to the iconic Raquel Welch. These measure 19 x 25 inches and three color screenprints. First edition is 50 signed and numbered pieces, date stamped on back. Plexiglass edition is 7 pieces plus 1 a/p, signed and numbered. A/P edition is a limited number, signed and numbered, date stamped on back. These will be available today, June 29th at 3pm (EST) on Tim’s site.No comments
Mondo has teamed up with one of the greatest artists of all time to produce a screen printed version of one of the most classic film images ever illustrated. Drew Struzan is an amazing artist and I think you will agree with his piece for “The Thing”. Part of this edition was sold at the Summer of ’82 THE THING screening in Austin last weekend. The remaining copies will be available today at a random time on Mondo’s site. The piece measures 26 x 38 inches and is a hand numbered screen print. Edition of 435.No comments
Pretty powerful print we have going on here! ”Empower Equality” is an awesome piece by artist Gilf. This run contains 30 (numbers 10-40) of the first edition of 200. Each print is uniquely hand-embellished by Gilf. There will be 8 Black Edition Available, 4 Blue Edition Available, 12 Grey Edition Available and 6 Green Edition Available. Pick one of these up at 1xRun.No comments
Check out this really cool piece dropping today. ”Last Outpost” is the brand new print by Mike Bilz. This gem measures 16 x 20 inches and is a Giclee on Matte Velvet art paper. These are signed and numbered in a limited edition of 100 pieces. Available now at Steal This Art for 24 hours.
Attention lovers of geography, logos, and American culture. Burlesque Design has just released Aaron Draplin’s poster created for the state of Vermont. Home to Ben & Jerry’s, Luis Gusman, Phish, Burton Snowboards, and gallon upon gallon of delicious syrup culled directly from the teats of those splendid Vermontonian maple trees. This piece measures 20 x 30 inches and is a four color screenprint on French Poptone Spearmint paper. Signed and numbered edition of 300 prints. Pick one up now at Burlesque Design.No comments
“Carapace Light” is a beautiful new piece from the very talented Amy Sol. This print measures 13 x 10 inches and is a limited edition of 100. Signed and numbered with an embossed watermark. Giclee print on archival fine art paper with 12 colors. These go onsale this weekend, Saturday, June 30th at 2pm (PST). Pick them up when the time is right on Amy’s site.No comments
A beautiful new print print to welcome in summer. ”Umibozu” is a fun new affordable piece by Jessica Pollak. The image area of Pollak’s print edition measures 7″ wide by 5.35″ tall with a border by framing making the print roughly 8″ by 6.35″. It was printed by Tiny Showcase and ships with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white printmaking paper made from 90% bamboo fibers and 10% cotton. You can pick one up now by following this little link.No comments