I’m excited to announce the release of Series 2 of Zombies of The Walking Dead prints by Danny Miller. I’m a big fan of the show and Danny Miller. Only 400 prints per Zombie…except Shane who is only at 300. (keep in mind too that only 300 and 200 will make it to the general public) All prints are 14 x 30 inches and signed and numbered by Danny and Greg Nicotero like the last set of prints. Word is there will also be a sketch book variant, but we will have to stay tuned for that. These go on sale at a random time on Monday December 3rd at Twenty Eyes Collective.
Next week artist Fake will be dropping his latest creation, “Bad Apple”. This are stenciled spray cans in four different colorways. Edition of 10 each and will be available starting December 4th at Fake Stencils.
It’s the end of November, the Christmas panic is on and you don’t have any cards, well luckily Rob Wass has that covered with some lovely hand printed, hand colored cards. Taken from his bird series over the past few years Rob has selected 3 of his favorite designs and then shamelessly reprinted them on nice thick Heritage stock. Available right now at Designed By Data.
Back in August Shepard Fairey created this wonderful piece for Henry Rollins. Here is your chance to grab one if you missed out. This gem measures 18 x 24 inches and is a screen print signed/numbered by Shepard and Henry. Edition of 1200 with Obey Giants allotment selling out instantly back in August. Want one? Head to 2.13.61 to claim yourself one.
Rob Warnick and Keith Neltner have collaborated on a new print entitled “I Love Mountains”. These are 22 x 15 inch, 3 color screenprints on Coventry Rag 290 gsm 100% cotton paper. The prints are signed by both Keith and Rob and will be limited to an edition of 50. These are releasing tomorrow, Thursday, November 29 at a random time at warnickart.com or neltnercreative.com.
Joshua Budich has two new pieces coming out for two different shows. ”A Bigger Boat” (pictured first) for Guzu Gallery’s “Kaiju – Strange Beasts” show, opening Friday, November 30. This is a 12″x 24″, 2-color screenprint; limited-edition of 50 prints, signed and numbered, expertly produced by Nakatomi. Secondly, ”Anchorman” for Gallery1988′s Tribute to Judd Apatow show, opening Tuesday, December 4th. This piece is an 18″x24″, 3/4-color screenprint, expertly produced by Danny Askar. This print comes in regular and a glow-in-the-dark variant, limited-editions of 50 and 25 respectively; signed & numbered. Keep your eyes glued to Joshua’s store for leftovers.
Bjorn Bauer has a couple new prints to share. First (pictured above) is a gig poster for Unearth / Born of Osiris / The Contortionist at The Conservatory in Oklahoma City. This is a two color 18” x 24” screen print, limited to 45 singed and numbered copies.
Secondly, this is a reminder that the editions for the following two prints will close this Friday, November 30. They will not be available for online ordering after this date.
“Show Me The Shoreless Ocean”
13″x19″ archival digital print on matte fine art paper, time-limited edition available through November 30, 2012. Signed and numbered, includes certificate of authenticity.
Check out Bjorn’s store to get one of these!
Tomorrow, Mondo will be releasing Jay Shaw’s poster for Killing Them Softly as well as DKNG’s poster for Big Top Pee-Wee. These are two very different movies, but with two very good posters. Poster by Jay Shaw is a hand numbered screen print that measures 18 x 24 inches. Edition of 125. DKNG’s piece is a 24 x 36 inch screen print. Hand numbered edition of 150. These will be available tomorrow, November 29th at Mondo.
Mike Rogers just added a new print to his shop. “A Friendly Reminder” is his first self-pulled print. This piece is a limited edition of 35, printed on French Nightshift Blue Construction with white and gold ink. Measures 12.5 x 19 inches and is a steal at $15. Pick these up now in Mike’s online shop.
Celebrating 10 years of picture making under the moniker Eelus, his first book ’10A – A Decade with the Blade’ will go on sale on December 6th. However, you get chance to pre-order a copy tomorrow, November 28th at 15:00 GMT at the Freakshow Projects shop. The highlight of this set is Eelus’ new print release, ‘The Day the Stars Fell’. A luxurious and atmospheric 8 color hand-pulled screen print on 300gsm Somerset paper. The book itself is a hand-finished edition of 100, no 2 books are the same with unique scribbles and stencils in each. It’s a carefully crafted, comprehensive and in-depth look at Eelus’ journey over the last 10 years. Artworks and international exploitations are juxtaposed against documentary photos of studios, influences and never-before-seen work. Each box contains:
• 1 x Matte black presentation box with a silver foil 10A logo. Size: 215 x 310 x 35mm.
• 1 x Eight-colour hand pulled screen print on 300gsm Somerset paper, entitled ‘The Day the Stars Fell’. Size: 210 x 297mm. Signed, numbered and embossed.
• 1 x 140-page, full colour book entitled ’10A – A Decade with the Blade’. An edition of 100, each one is lovingly printed on a variety of high quality papers. Every book is a unique work of art, hand-finished on multiple pages using inks and spray paint, with added original drawings and stencils, thus creating an essential collector’s piece as no two editions are the same. The book’s cover with a luxurious velvet laminate is dye-cut and ‘spot varnished to create texture, highlights and contrast. Each book is signed and numbered.
• 4 x A6 photos on high quality silk photographic paper, selected from the studio archives. All with individual ink-stamped authentication.
• COA – Authentication, signed, numbered and blind-stamped.
There will also be 10 hand finished AP sets for those who really like to push the boat out. With a stencilled box, hand finished screen print and signed photos, these are the ones for the serious collector’s out there. These will be available via email orders only, so if you’d like to know more just drop me an email.