Exciting New Art Prints Inspired by Pop Culture

The UK-based print house Vice Press will be at the Thought Bubble Comic Festival in Leeds, England, on the 5th to the 6th of November, 2016, where they will be releasing their latest art prints. British illustrator Raid71’s Judge Anderson print from his official 2000 AD magazine series, and artist and Vice Press co-founder Matt Anderson’s prints inspired by films like John Carpenter’s They Live; Laika animation studio’s Kubo and the Two Strings; and Star Trek Beyond will be on view at the festival.

All of the prints will be available at the Vice Press booth, table 11 and 12 in the ComiXology Marquee at the festival. The remaining prints will be made available online from 6pm UK time on the 7th of November 2016 at Vice Press.

Kubo and the Two Strings Art Print by Matt Ferguson

Kubo and the Two Strings by Matt Ferguson

Edition of 50

18" x 24" inch, 6 Colour Screen Print

Printed by Lady Lazarus on 100# French Madero Beach Paper

£40


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Anderson by Raid71

Edition of 75

18" x 24" inch, 5 Colour Screen Print

Printed by VGKids on Pop-Tone Banana Split paper

£30


They Live Art Print by Matt Ferguson

They Live by Matt Ferguson

Edition of 120

18" x 24" inch, 6 Colour Glow In The Dark Screen Print

Printed by Lady Lazarus on 100# French Cement Green

£30


Star Trek Beyond Print Blue Edition by Matt Ferguson

Star Trek Beyond by Matt Ferguson

3 different Colours, Each an Edition of 30

18" x 36" inch, 5 Colour Screen Print

Printed by Lady Lazarus on Speckletone Paper

Free with any print purchase, while stocks last

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