This artwork depicting one of the most iconic scenes from Star Wars is part of the “Greatest Moments in Film History,” a brand new series of limited edition arts prints…
Screen print by Joshua Budich
Painting by Jonathan Bergeron
The Spoke Art gallery held a successful multi-artist art show tribute in NYC to the films of Martin Scorsese, one of the greatest film directors of our times. Acknowledging Scorsese’s decades-old, deep connection with the Big Apple, the San Francisco-based gallery had opted to bring the show to NYC, this past weekend.
To help those of us who were unable to attend the show, the gallery will be putting up paintings, prints and sculptures from the show on sale at 5 P.M. (PST), April 26th, via their online store.
You can checkout some select illustrations and paintings from the show, after the jump.
Psychos, undead lovers, and killer dolls, oh my!
Max Dalton’s "The Horror Die Cut Collection" art print features all of his favorite horror film antagonists in a retro cool die cut action figure format. The 18” x 24” hand numbered giclee prints will be released on Spoke Art, on June 29, 2012, 3 pm PST.
The prints have been limited to an edition of only 250, and are priced at $50 apiece.
Hit the jump to see more closeup shots of the print.
James Bond, one of cinema’s most enduring characters, has been thwarting diabolical megalomaniacs and romancing femme fatales on screen for fifty years now. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the super spy’s films, Spoke Art will be releasing two brand new prints by artist Max Dalton at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco.
The theater will screen eight classic Bond films all weekend long (Friday to Sunday), and attendees of the evening screenings will get the first opportunity to purchase these limited edition prints. The prints will be made available online on the Spoke Art website on Monday, April 23rd.
The 18” x 24” giclee prints are hand numbered, and will be limited to a run of only 250.
Hit the jump to see more images.
Two terrific illustrations from Max Dalton, now available as very limited edition prints (a run of only 250 each) at Spoke Art.
Originally released last year, these two prints sold out immediately and Spoke Art is proud to announce an exclusive variant re-release of these two classic images with a couple new characters added in an even more limited edition of just 250 copies per print.
All prints are hand numbered and this will be the very final release of these two instant classics.
Link to Spoke Art’s online store.
Hit the jump to see the Beatles-themed “Ten Great Years” illustration.