Archive for October, 2012
Tomorrow, Mondo is releasing two new movie posters for “The Man With The Iron Fists” by Tomer Hanuka and “The Lord Of The Rings” by Vania Zouravliov. ”The Man With The Iron Fists” measures 24 x 36 inches and is and edition of 175. ”The Lord Of The Rings” has three different colorways. Edition sizes are identical on each with the only difference being the color. These measures 36 x 21 inches and is an edition of 160. Both are hand numbered. Pick these sometime tomorrow at Mondo.No comments
Hope everyone is having a ghoulishly fun day of Halloween. We are letting you know that 20 Eyes Collective is putting up their last item for this year’s “61 Days of Halloween” is up. Just now released is James Rheem Davis’s Halloween Print. Its gory, gross, and trashy! Only 55 available and all prints are signed and numbered by the artist James Rheem Davis. Measures 18 x 24 inches and is three colors. Grab these now at 20 Eyes Collective.2 comments
“Margot The Maggot Girl” is the latest offering on this Halloween by John Dunivant. This eerie piece measures 12 x 13 inches and is an Archival Pigment Print On Canvas Gallery Wrap. Available now at 1XRun. A little more from the artist.
“Margot The Maggot Girl came together in 2007 from sketching up of a few different characters. I was thinking about the baby mutants in jars that old carnies used to display, a lot of the old fetuses that didn’t make it. They would have all these weird little mutations sometimes two heads, or no body, some with some seal-like flippers, all these different things. I was talking with one of the troops that we work with, and they would come up with these different names of combination of part animal parts humans, so I was thinking in that world. I thought how all these different babies would live and Margot became one of them. She doesn’t quite age. she still has the body of this little girl, but in maggot form. She can’t quite grow past that age, so she has this bit of melancholy about her. She used to hang in the arcade down at the original Theatre Bizarre grounds and this last year at the Masonic Temple she’s been hanging around the Theatre Bizarre stage. ” – John DunivantNo comments
Clint just made this incredible process video showing the creation of his most recent gigposter for the band “Starfucker”. The video has everything from the initial sketches all the way through to the final signing and numbering- you get to see every aspect of the operations of Nakatomi’s print-shop in Austin! And, after you’ve watched that, pick up the poster in question, and a few others (pictured below) in the Clint Wilson section of the Nakatomi Store!
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Measures 18×24 inches and is an edition of 100.No comments
Rhys Cooper was one of the first artists Nakatomi contacted when they started their official series of “The Crow”, prints inspired by James O’barr’s classic independent comic series that itself in turn inspired the 1994 film. This is truly a case of ‘good things are worth waiting for’ as this print is a monster. Measuring 12 × 36 inches and is five colors with a secret glow layer. This print is a timed-release with a max numbered edition of 200 including artist copies. The sale period will go from now, until Midnight 11/1 central time, possibly sooner as the edition will be capped at 200. Get yours over at NakatomiNo comments
One of my favorite images from Mike Klay, “Shifty” makes its way into a limited edition. This piece measures 18 x 24 inches and is a full bleed three color screenprint with metallic varnish underprint. Printed on Cougar Natural 100lb paper and limited to 125. Signed and numbered by Mike. These are currently available at Powerslide Design. Go grab yourself one!No comments
Any fan of the show Breaking Bad will know how much of a badass Walter White is. Jon E. Allen has captured brains behind the operation, Walter & Jessie. Jon’s Breaking Bad inspired silkscreen is three colors printed on Cougar Bright White. This piece measures 9 x 24 inches and is a signed/numbered edition of 100. These are available now in Jon’s Webstore.No comments
Tomorrow, Mondo will be releasing all the Universal Monsters posters created by Laurent Durieux. Laurent created five gorgeous posters for Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, The Mummy and Creature From The Black Lagoon. Laurent did an amazing job on these and completely captured the elegance and mood of each film and its monster. Check out the specs below and these will be available tomorrow, October 30th at a random time at Mondo.
Dracula (pictured above) Poster by Laurent Durieux. 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 350. Printed by D&L Screenprinting.No comments
The gentlemen of shellac (of north america) have been in Australia for the last ten days, and these are the tour posters for their travels. They specifically requested the inclusion of the “dog on the tuckerbox” statue (look it up), and some local fauna. Due to geographic limitations, two versions were made of this print – the screenprinted version (pictured first) which was made at the bird machine, and a digitally-colored offset print version, which was printed in Australia. They are intentionally different in color, and both worked out pretty well. The screenprint (pictured first) was made in an edition of 300, using eight screens.
The offset version was shipped to Chicago from the Australian printer in a rather dubious box, and all of these prints have mildly bent corners, which are not creased, and are not in the image area. Jay only has a couple dozen of these offset prints available. They are signed, but not numbered and available right now at The Bird Machine.No comments