Vice Press will be in attendance at the NICE Comic Convention in Bedford, England, where they will be releasing a spanking new Judge Dredd screen print by graphic designer and illustrator Tom Whalen, and also a handbill of the iconic fictional lawman especially made for the event by Matt Ferguson.
Portland, Oregon-based artist and illustrator Ryan Berkley’s “Cinematic Fauna” series features five memorable critters from some of our favorite films and TV shows. Each 8” x 10” limited edition art…
Illustrator Chet Phillips’ tribute to uber-nerd Sheldon Cooper’s drab, but ultimately hilarious outpourings in “The Big Bang Theory” sitcom, is part of his series of prints based on brigands, nerds…
“Neo Polo” is a new addition to artist LifeVersa’s continuing ‘Materialism and Popular Culture’ series. The limited edition print (only 50 available) measures 16" x 20", and will be available…
Spoke Art, the San Francisco-based art gallery, has been been releasing some awesome prints over at The People’s Printshop. At $20 each ($30 for framed), the giclee prints are affordable…
“Margo” by Sandra Calistro
Spoke Art, the San Francisco-based art gallery, will be releasing three brand new limited edition prints at 3 pm on their online store today. The three prints have been selected from their Wes Anderson-themed art show, Bad Dads.
The three prints will come signed and numbered by the artists, and are limited to runs of only 20-40 copies each.
Link to the Spoke Art online store.
Hit the jump to see the other prints.
This movie poster for a screening of the Terminator 2 movie at the Brewvies Cinema Pub, was designed by Gold Sauce, a new design studio based in Salt Lake City.
The studio has released 24″x18″ regular and variant prints of the poster. The prints were created using a 4-color silkscreen process, hand printed with metallic inks, and then printed on Cougar Bright White 100# cover. The regular prints are limited to a run of 50, and are priced at $20 each. The variants (20 prints) are priced at $25 each. All posters come signed and numbered by the artists.
Hit the jump to see the variant 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.
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"A President’s Tale" is a silkscreen art print by artist LifeVersa, which is a part of his ongoing "Grey Makes A Wonderful Backdrop" online exhibition. Limited to only 50 pieces, the 18”x 24” print will come numbered and signed by the artist, and will be released on Thursday, March 1st, 2012.
A variant edition of 25 will soon follow the release of these prints. LifeVersa also informs me that 10 complete sets of the "Grey Makes A Wonderful Backdrop" exhibition series will be available for pre-order from this Thursday, February 23rd, 2012.
Hit the jump to see the variant print, as well as to get more details on the special offers available if you pre-order the complete set.
Artist LifeVersa says that both his latest screen prints were inspired by a famous poem of Gil Scott Heron, and a quote from an old Noam Chomsky book.
These are the first in what I hope to be an ongoing “Revolution” series and will also be available in matching sets. 2 variant prints will also be released. Both regular and variant are 18"x24" hand pulled screen prints.
The limited-edition prints will come hand numbered and signed by the artist, and will be available on January 20th. Click here for more details.
Hit the jump to see “The Revolution Network’ and the variant prints.