Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Bernie Wrightson Texas Chainsaw Massacre “Dark as a Dungeon” Print Release

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“Dark as a Dungeon” print by Bernie Wrightson- On Sale info!

This print will be for sale at 2pm Central time Tuesday 10/21 in the Bernie Wrightson section of the Nakatomi store.

Just in time for Halloween! Master Illustrator, Bernie Wrightson drew this piece way back in 1975- and it is available as an art print for the VERY FIRST TIME!

This print measures 18×24 and is signed by Bernie in a numbered edition of only 75.

They will also have a ‘BLOOD RED’ edition of 25 available on Red French brand paper-

Both prints are in hand and ready for immediate shipment- you can pick them both up HERE at 2pm Central time TODAY, Tuesday 10/20 in the Bernie Wrightson section of the Nakatomi store!

Leslie Ditto Imagine Print

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Metro Orange Art have released a gorgeous new print titled Imagine by Leslie Ditto. Limited edition on German etching paper released for Chicago Comic Con, hand signed and numbered edition of 75 measuring 16 x 20 inches.

Buy it at MetroOrangeArt.com

Greg "Craola" Simkins Still I'm Grateful Print On Wood Release

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Prints on Wood have released a new print by Greg "Craola" Simkins titled Still I'm Grateful. Measuring 6 x 9 in. (2.36 x 3.54 cm). Fine art wood print on 3/4" sustainable Birch, natural gloss finish. Signed and numbered timed edition

Timed release beginning Monday, October 20th at 12 pm PST, ending Friday, October 24th at 12 pm PST

Buy it at PrintsOnWood.com

Michael Page Follow Print Release Details

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Michael Page has another stunning piece of work being released by 1xRUN, the print is titled Follow.

"This painting was part of a show that was based on the transition of life into death. The in-between place when we leave this Earth, the void. I was playing with the idea of what takes place as we parish, the moments when our soul separates from our body. This piece shows the transitions of my styles at that time in my life, morphing into something new and exciting." - Michael Page

You will have your choice between the regular edition or a hand embellished edition. 

On sale at NOON EDT Tuesday at 1xRUN.com

Matthew Johnson Haunted Collection V Prints

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Tis the season for spooky prints and Matthew Johnson just released some scary new prints as a part of his annual Haunted Collection, they are now available at www.seventhink.com. There are two designs: Midnight Rider and Undying Love. Undying Love was printed on two different colors of paper, Steel Grey and Charcoal Brown.

All of the prints are screen printed, 18x24 in size, printed on French paper, signed/numbered, and are limited to 25. 

Mike Giant 4:20 Print

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1xRUN has a new print from Mike Giant that is nice looking letterpress print titled 4:20.

"These designs fit within my “Modern Hieroglyphics” series. Last year I was studying a lot of Egyptian hieroglyphs, trying to decipher their meaning based simply on what they looked like. Then I started to look at classic American tattoo designs and corporate logos in the same way. I tried to observe them as static objects, without their current meaning. When I imagine 500 years in the future, I believe the people at that time will look at our logos and tattoo designs in much the same way that I look at Egyptian iconography. So, in a way, this series is my gift to the future." - Mike Giant

Buy it at 1xRUN.com

Justin Santora Mystery Tube Sale

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Fresh from getting married recently Justin Santora figured it had been awhile since he had done good old fashioned mystery tube sale, and this time he is trying something a little different.  A standard tube is available for $50, but there is also a "deluxe" version for $100.

Regular Mystery Tube:
- at least 4 prints (any combination of the following: gig posters, art prints, scratch and dent, and slight misprints)
- one print per tube will be remarqued, meaning he will doodle on it
- stickers
$50 each, limited quantity available

Deluxe Mystery Tube:
- at least 7 prints (any combination of the following: gig posters, art prints, scratch and dent, and slight misprints)
- 1 small original sketch
- one print per tube will be a remarqued
- stickers
$100 each, limited quantity available

These things tend to go kind of quickly, and when they're gone, they're gone! Both are available now in his new(ish) store, www.justinsantora.storenvy.com

Pizza Dude Poster by John Debono-Cullen

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John Debono-Cullen just released a funny print titled Pizza Dude. Meet Pizza Dude, this superhero is fresh outta the box and ready to deliver justice one slice at a time!

Pizza Dude is from an edition size of 250, and is hand numbered. The print comes rolled, in a mailer tube.

The Print Size Is: Offset printed A2 420x594mm approx. 16.5"x 23.4" and is printed in Australia on 300gsm,100% recycled paper stock!

Buy it in the Sweets Work Shop Store

Ray LaMontagne Jame Ead San Diego Poster On Sale Details

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"Flood to the Heart" is an 18" x 24" four color silkscreen print for the San Diego Ray LaMontagne show at the Open Air Theatre created by James Eads. Printed on Cement Green 100lb French co. paper, signed and labeled "AP". James will have 40 AP prints available at www.jamesreadsmerch.com for $50 on Wednesday, October 22nd at 5PM PST.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Pearl Jam Milwaukee Poster by Ben Frost, plus shirt & sticker

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Australian artist Ben Frost did his first Pearl Jam poster for the Milwaukee show tonight. Known for his kaleidoscopic Pop Art, mash-up paintings that take inspiration from areas as diverse as graffiti, collage, photo-realism and sign-writing. By subverting mainstream iconography from the worlds of advertising, entertainment and politics, he creates a visual framework that is bold, confronting and often controversial.

Stay tuned for info on the artist edition poster sale.

Jim Evans - TAZ Artist Interview

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When I first started seeing rock posters and collecting them many years ago the work of Jim Evans - TAZ stuck out immediately. Big images and brightly colored posters that demanded you look at them. The work of TAZ got your attention to see what was on that poster. Then as you looked closer you realized they had elevated the medium to another level, an art form that just being discovered all over again. Starting in 1992 and ending for the most part in 1998 they were one of the leading artists that brought the rock poster scene back from the dead. It wasn't until about 2003-2004 did I first see them along with all the other rock posters that I was discovering at the time. The TAZ 1996 Pearl Jam Charleston poster with the big spider on it was the 3rd ever Pearl Jam poster I got. Years later I found a gallery that had a bunch of the posters on display in a room with a black light and the love for the work just increased. Every TAZ poster needs to be seen under a black light.

Through the years I wondered who was TAZ, what happened to them, why did they stop making posters. It wasn't until June this year when I saw the Pearl Jam poster for Berlin did everything become clear. Being able to interview Jim Evans really was a thrill and something I never thought would happen.

What does T.A.Z. stand for exactly?
T.A.Z. is actually based on an anarchist handbook that describes a methodology of creating temporary spaces that elude formal structures of control. In the case of the T.A.Z. art collective, we made a creative collaboration, with no formal hierarchy. Although, it has lasted long enough that it no longer can be considered temporary. The original members included,Rolo Castillo, Gibran Evans, and myself. It is now more of a traveling art circus, picking up performers as we go.

1998 was the last year you created rock posters on a regular basis, what made you stop?
Over the years, I’ve gone through cycles of engagement with various forms of art. 1998 was just a random end to rock posters, music changed, and I turned my attention to other things. Now I love posters again, and will do lots of rock and other kinds of posters, even using the poster format to expand into fine art. No other form of art registers visually like a great poster – and every poster doesn’t particularly have to sell a band, a film, or a product,it really doesn’t even need to function as a poster.

The biggest question fans wonder also is what have you been doing since then?
In the 90’s I created a digital design group called The Big Gun Project that then evolved into The Independent Project. Then, we folded into Atomic Pop, eventually becoming the Division 13 Design Group. I work with a lot of my friends in Hollywood to engage people,and get them interested in seeing a film – there is a lot of creativity that never makes it to the screen.

In 2004 you were ahead of everyone when you did the Saw movie posters, were they a personal project or did you make them for someone?
I was working with Tim Palen at Lionsgatefilms; he is an amazingly creative guy who comes up with ideas that make work fun. The SAW posters were one of the collaborations I did with him. We recently worked together on special collectible posters for the SAW 10TH Anniversary release.

With the current popularity of movie posters do you have any desire to do more?
Yes, after doing a collectible for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and two new ones for SAW, I quite like the idea of doing special edition interpretations of films in poster form. I’d like to do more of those, and right now I’ve got a top secret one in the can that I’d love to show, but need to wait for the marketing to hit. It mixes rock poster with film poster, to create a unique blend. I’m working on films all the time, so drawing instead of using the computer is pretty easy – just switch chairs.

Back in the 1990's when you were doing so many posters that were so bright and eye catching with the florescent inks what would you say were your influences since there was no Internet?
When I started doing rock posters again in the 90’s, I initially decided to steal from my own underground comic and the psychedelic poster style that I did in the late 60’s early 70’s. I figured the savage ink style and irrational color choices were perfect for what was happening musically at the time. Beyond that, my main external influences were, early MAD magazine, EC comics, Tadanori Yokoo, Japanese manga, the Beggarstaff Bros, DADA, Rodchenko, Situationist philosophy, and Krazy Kat.


 
Friend of mine wanted to ask, is Rollo still printing your work?
At the moment he is not, but we may collaborate on something soon.

On the recent 2014 European tour you did the Pearl Jam Berlin poster. How did they convince you to do a poster for them?
I had previously done a lot of posters for them, and always enjoyed working with the band. So when they called about this new one, I jumped at the chance. Plus, Eddie is a fellow surfer, so how can I ever turn him down?

Obviously computers have made artists jobs a little easier over the days of rubylith and cutting it for the screen-printing process. Some artists still use rubylith for screen-printing. Which are you using these days?
I use illustrator now to make all the separations, I cut enough rubylith to last me a couple lifetimes. Any non-computer hands-on time I now spend on an actual drawing, can never really do that as well on a computer.


You recently had a show of your work in Los Angeles, any more gallery shows planned?
Yes, the Los Angeles show was the surf-oriented Tazbones collaboration. I was also recently in a group show in Dallas, with a hot selection of street artists, and a recent show in Taos, “Orale! Kings & Queens Of Cool.” I think that 2015 will be an interesting year, as I’ll spend more time on art and gallery shows, plus it gives me a reason to travel. There is already one being lined up for February that will display a five year chunk of my work from the mid-80’s.


Any plans to do more rock posters and what do you have planned coming up?
Right now, I’m involved in an interesting project with Ethan Browne, and I’ve got a few rock posters lined up – I try to pace myself a bit, so I have plenty of time to spend on each one. If I had more time, I’d record my own band, we put together a few songs for the Tazbones show. Also working with Pierre at Limited Runs to make more of the work accessible when it comes out.

Found out you are a big toy collector, which ones are your favorites?
Yes, huge toy collector, you could do an entire interview with me just on that, I have thousands. My collection runs from an extensive selection of Ultraman and Japanese metal robots, to the latest vinyl toys. Some of my current favorites are by Mari Inukai, Woes Martin, KAWS, Martin Hsu, Luke Chueh, and a cool new figure by Greg Simkins – favorite place to hang out is Pretty In Plastic in North Hollywood.

What are your thoughts on the current gigposter scene, any artists that catch your eye or posters?
Emek is a good friend and one of the most steady rock poster artists ever I always like his work. The Ames Bros are impressive by their scope and ability to hit every style and do it well. I see a ton of good poster art on your blog,a lot of those artists are crafting some beautiful statements.

As I mentioned last week you can have a chance to win the Pearl Jam poster from Limited Runs. Click HERE to enter to win a signed numbered copy of T.A.Z.'s Pearl Jam poster from the group's June 26th show in Berlin, Germany. Contest runs through October 22nd.

Also the poster is going on sale this Friday. Follow Limited Runs on Twitter, and they’ll let you know on October 24th when the print becomes available which will be between 9AM and 11AM PDT. in their store HERE

Munk One Pearl Jam Detroit Poster Artist Edition Release Details

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Munk One will be selling his RoboCop themed Pearl Jam Detroit Posters on Monday, including the uncut double poster.

Chris Chelios Side poster is a 6 color screen print measuring 18" x 24" on White stock
S/N AP Edition of 75

Joe Louis Side poster is a 6 color screen print measuring 18" x 24" on White stock
S/N AP Edition of 75

Uncut Version (Both sides as one print) poster is a 6 color screen print measuring 36" x 24" on White stock S/N AP Edition of 50

Official Artist Proof Release date Monday, Oct. 20th, 2014 at 10:15am PDT at www.invisible-Industries.com

Ray LaMontagne Santa Barbara Poster by Charles Crisler

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As the days and nights get colder seeing a poster like this Ray LaMontagne should help to warm you up a little bit. Charles Crisler talks about his inspiration for this beauty:
"This summer I spent a long weekend driving California’s Pacific Coast Highway north from L.A. to Santa Barbara. So when I was asked to do the Santa Barbara show poster for Ray’s 2014 “Supernova” tour I was over the moon!!! Aside from the visuals I grabbed on my trip, I based the poster around the lyrics, “Hitchin’ a ride down the PCH…”
And for you car nuts, that’s a ’58 Dodge Custom Royal. I wanted a late 50s rocket-inspired car and loved the two-tone paint and big fins on this guy."
The poster is  4-color screen print measuring 24 x 18 inches with a signed & numbered edition of 180. On sale at 9AM EDT at http://www.27designco.com/

David Welker Widespread Panic Memphis Poster Release Details

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This is going to be a big week for fans of David Welker as he has a Widespread Panic poster, Phish poster and new art print going on sale.

First up is his Widespread Panic poster for the shows in Memphis Saturday & Sunday night. The poster will have an artist edition of 50 signed and numbered, it is a 12 x 24 screen print and will be on sale Tuesday October 21st at Noon EDT at http://www.bottleneckgallery.com/

Today at a random time in the afternoon Galerie F will be selling his new print S is for Serra which is a 12 x 12 inch screen print.

Neltner Small Batch Book Release Party Celebrates Beer & Design

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MADTREE BREWING will host Print magazine, one of America’s most respected publications within the design community, is coming to Cincinnati to announce the release of a book that celebrates this city’s favorite beverage: Beer.

Produced in partnership with local design ground breakers Neltner Small Batch, the event will take place at 7 pm, Tuesday, October 21st, at the Madtree Brewing Company, 5164 Kennedy Avenue, Cincinnati,OH 45213. And because this is an NSB party, there will be live music (duh) from special guests Buffalo Wabs and The Price Hill Hustle, as well as a limited-edition poster for sale.

The new book is titled “Cool Beer Labels” and it features beautiful beer packaging from over 150 breweries across the globe. The book’s author, Daniel Bellon, will be on hand to discuss the book and autograph copies.

The night will also showcase the release of a second book–Neltner Small Batch’s new tabletop book, featuring Keith Neltner’s design for the beer, music and branding industries over the last decade and a half. The book was carefully hand-bound, printed by Arnold Printing, and features Appleton Coated paper. Each is hand signed and numbered and will be available as a raffle or donation, all proceeds will be donated to Northern Kentucky University’s graphic design program.

RSVP on Facebook HERE


The making of the Neltner Small Batch 15 year retrospective... from Keith Neltner on Vimeo.

PangeaSeed Halloween Mystery Tube Sale

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With Halloween quickly approaching, the non-profit organization PangeaSeed is launching a Spooky Mystery Tube Sale!

For a limited time only (October 17 -31, 2014), the PangeaSeed crew will be diving into their print archives and fishing for all sorts of ghosts and goodies for only $50 USD plus shipping.

Artist proofs, printer proofs, recent sold out editions etc. No two mystery tubes are the same and each could be filled with JAWsome merch such as limited edition art prints, vinyl figures, t-shirts, zines, stickers and more.
Proceeds from the sale of each Spooky Mystery Tube support their efforts to help save our seas via art and activism - or as they call it "ARTivism".

Link to purchase: http://shop.pangeaseed.org/

Buy-to-donate now and help us save our seas!

Matt Douglas Broken Kingdom Print

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Oh boy watch out kids Mario is on one helluva bender tonight and you know how he gets when he has been drinking. Having lost Princess Peach he is trying to drown his sorrows and Matt Douglas did a great job capturing the moment on his new print titled Broken Kingdom. The print is 19"x25″ inches, 3 color screen print with signed and numbered edition of 50.

Buy it at http://www.matthewdouglas.com/

Belle and Sebastian Ace Hotel Los Angeles Kii Arens Poster

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Kii Arens has a new poster for sale featuring Belle and Sebastian for the recent show at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles. The poster is 24" x 18" Fluorescent Lithograph
with signed & numbered edition of 100.

Buy it at LaLaLandPrints.com

David D'Andrea OM East Tour Poster

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OM have wrapped up their tour of the eastern United States and David D'Andrea has the tour poster for sale. The tour copies all sold out but David an Artist Edition with a slightly different colorway and a different paper, French "Old Green" specifically for online sales.The artist edition is 200 signed and numbered copies that are 5 color screen prints and measure 15.5 x 36 inches.

Buy it at http://samaritanpress.org/

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Pearl Jam Ames Bros St Paul Poster & Shirt, Sticker and Button

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Pearl Jam are set to invade St. Paul,Minnesota tonight and Ames Bros created the poster that will make fans of the Minnesota Vikings real happy. After playing the entire No Code album in Moline Friday night Pearl Jam fans are ready another mind blowing concert tonight.

Look for the red merch Trailer parked in the parking lot across the street from the venue and will open around 1pm local time.

Ames Bros will be selling their signed and numbered artist edition posters and variant on Monday October 20th at 10am PDT on their website
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