Monday, June 26, 2017

Miles Tsang Avett Brothers Kalamazoo Posters

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Miles Tsang continues to create the most creative and fresh posters these days. He did the poster for the recent Avett Brothers show in Kalamazoo, Michigan that took place on June 16. He created a "Warm" edition and "Cool" and they both Glow in the Dark.

Warm regular edition.
18" x 24" 5-Color Screen print on French Paper (100 lb. Speckletone White)
Regular/Show (Warm) Edition of #/200.
All prints glow in the dark.
Printed, numbered, and signed by the artist.

Cool Variant.
18" x 24" 5-Color Screen print on French Paper (100 lb. Speckletone White)
"Winter In My Heart" Cool Variant Colourway Edition of 75.
All prints glow in the dark.
Printed, numbered, and signed by the artist.

Commissioned by The Avett Brothers' Kalamazoo, MI stop on the 2017 True Sadness Tour.

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James Eads Wizard of Oz Poster Release From Dark Hall Mansion

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Dark Hall Mansion is excited to share their latest officially licensed limited edition fine art print release in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products for the incomparable 1939 movie classic, "THE WIZARD OF OZ," by contemporary artist James Eads.

Dark Hall Mansion are so pleased to have James Eads on for this print, his style so distinct as to compliment the unique place that "THE WIZARD OF OZ" occupies in cinematic history. From his unique stylistic renderings and bold use of color James celebrates the film's beautiful color palette while also including some fun hidden treats that fans will enjoy seeking out. Whether it's a hidden blue monkey, Glinda's bubble or the Wizard's hot air ballon James proves there's no place like home as Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion and of course, Toto, all head down the yellow brick road to an unforgettable adventure.

DHM's limited edition "THE WIZARD OF OZ" fine art prints are officially Warner Bros licensed, hand numbered, screen prints measuring 18" x 24" with a quite nice touch of glitter embellishment to Dorothy's ruby slippers by James Eads studio that will be personally printing and overseeing all editions.

All prints will be available this coming Tuesday, June 27th, at 12:30 PM PDT exclusively via DHM's dedicated store page here

Standard 18" x 24" Edition of 280 $65
Variant 18" x 24" Edition of 50 $95
Select 18" x 24" Foil-Edition of 10 (based on Std edition colorway) $150
Select 18" x 24" Foil-Edition of 10 (based on Variant edition colorway) $150

Alexander Hanke Japandroids Posters For Hamburg and Primavera Sound

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Alexander Hanke  designed a couple of cool looking poster for Japandroids. The first poster is for their show in Hamburg and the second for their gig at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona.
Here’s the story in a nutshell, the idea behind them is based on the track "Midnight to morning". A story of a couple that lives on opposite sites of the USA, one in the north one in the south and they’re connected through the Interstate 5.
Both posters have the same specs.
Edition: 75 signed & numbered
4 color screen prints
Paper: 250gsm Olin smooth
Price: 25€ / Combo: 40€
Buy the Hamburg poster
Buy the Primavera Sound

Sunday, June 25, 2017

311 Silent Giants Detroit Poster

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311 are in Detroit tonight with their Summer Unity 2017 tour and The Silent Giants did the poster for the show. Get there early because the poster is a signed & numbered edition of 113. There will be around 25 foils and 11 band autographed regular posters randomly in the stack from your friendly merchandise folks.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Roger Waters Us Them Tour Poster By AngryBlue Release

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It's not often we get a poster for Roger Waters let alone a tour and now we got both. Angryblue was asked to do the tour poster for the 2017 Roger Waters tour. It's a beautiful show and if you get the opportunity to check out one of the dates, treat yourself to an evening of a wonderful audio and visual experience. According to Justin it might be the best concert he's attended. Be sure to check out the new album also it's really good.

Justin talks about the design:
Having free reign has been something that's slowly being taken from artists in this poster world for some reason. Naturally, I had to get a final sign-off as it's merchandise for the tour, but I didn't feel like I had anyone lording over my shoulders.

The only direction I was given was to keep with the tour through line of referencing the 'Animals' cover. So, I started with Battersea Power Station and thought a giant snarling pig lording over the edge would be a fun dynamic take. After that, I started peppering in some references to other albums that would have selections played from throughout the show.
This print run is the same as the ones on tour with the exception that his artist copies are printed on a natural/cream paper vs white paper on tour.

The posters are 18x24 screen prints signed/numbered run of 100 on a natural/cream paper at $75.

The artist proofs will be available June 23 Friday 12pm EDT at

Krzysztof Domaradzki Angel Heart Poster Release From Nautilus Art Prints

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Great news for film Noir enthusiasts! Nautilus Art prints plunges into the disturbing and haunting atmosphere of Angel Heart. Directed in 1987 by Alan Parker, the film features Mickey Rourke and Robert DeNiro, both diabolically inhabited by their role.

Today, in collaboration with Studiocanal, Nautilus offers a reinterpretation of this atmosphere by the hand of a specialist of very elaborate compositions the designer Krzystof Domaradzki. This is one movie I never forgot it was so good. Surprised this is the first time someone did a poster for it.

Regular edition
24x36 inches / 61X91,44 cm
10 Colors screenprint
Edition size: 200
Price: 55€ / US$ 61,5
Hand numbered

24x36 inches / 61X91,44 cm
10 Colors screenprint
Edition size: 87
Price: 85€ / US$ 95
Hand numbered

On sale at the Nautilus Art Prints store on Friday June 23rd at 7PM Brussels Time (GMT+1) which is 1pm EDT at

Tammy Harrington Lifes A Peach Print Release From Sally Centigrade Gallery

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This week we visit Arkansas for Sally Centigrade Gallery's Travel By Screen Series, where a poster is made for a popular area code for each state. The artist is Tammy Harrington and the print is titled Life's A Peach.

Tammy talks about her print:
I was inspired by the rich history of the peach orchards in Johnson County Arkansas (479 area code). The elevation of the Ozark Mountains supports the growth of this juicy yellow-fleshed fruit. Just a short distance off of old Highway 64, peach lovers can still stop by an orchard to pick their own fruit right off the tree. Or you could attend the annual Johnson County Peach Festival to participate in the peach pit spitting contest. I chose to use a vintage peach label to pay homage to the time when this fruit was king in Johnson County.
Tammy Harrington is an Arkansas printmaker and Art professor at the University of the Ozarks.

Life’s a Peach
18” x 24” White Stonehenge paper Reduction Relief on Linoleum
4 color
Edition of 25

On sale 23 June 2017 at noon mountain time at

Also I'm happy to announce Sally Centigrade Gallery as the newest sponsor on the blog as well. Thank you Scott !!

Rob Loukotka I Spy Gold ACME Poster Kickstarter Project

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Pretty cool news a while back, Kickstarter had invited Rob Loukotka to do a 'remix' of his huge ACME poster for an upcoming celebration.

This week Kickstarter is celebrating their 8th year and $3B in projects by featuring his designs as part of their 'Kickstarter Gold' campaign. In 2012 you might remember his 'ACME Corporation' poster raised $105,000 there.

A new poster featuring 126 ACME gadgets featured in Wile E Coyote cartoons from 1949 to 1994, is now a part of just 60 hand-picked projects to celebrate the history of Kickstarter thus far.

Anyway, Rob illustrated the poster with a retro 'I Spy' vibe and Kickstarter effectively launched his company and career back then.

'I Spy' Gold | The ACME Corporation
18x24" 3 color screen print with metallic gold ink
signed by Rob
$39 w/ free shipping in US

Crosshair Swans Angel Olsen And Eric Church Posters

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Dan MacAdam of Crosshair Design recently returned from ancient and beautiful Barcelona where Crosshair was a participant in the Flatstock 60 international rock poster show at the Primavera Sound music festival, alongside 30 of the world greatest printmakers and Most Fun People. Dan was commissioned to produce two posters for artists performing at the festival: Swans and Angel Olsen.He was  very excited about both of them. Swans they've worked with before (including a poster for their previous Primavera performance in 2015); Angel far as Dan know's this is the first screenprinted poster ever made for her as a headliner.  Prior to the trip Dan completed two more posters for Eric Church, bringing it to 5 for this year's tour.

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Bernie Wrightson Meltification of the Loathsome Fishes Print

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Nakatomi have a very special release, a project that was in development before Bernie Wrightson passed earlier this year.

Nakatomi is proud to release this brand-new reproduction of one of Bernie's great, unpublished masterpieces! Late last year, they were very happy to be able to have access to this original painting that was hanging in Bernie's house, and had it painstakingly scanned at high-resolution to bring you a color-accurate Giclée of this painting.

This print is available in two different sizes- a 12 x 30" edition limited to 400 copies, and a GIANT 24 x 60" edition of only 50 -a massive actual-size reproduction of the original painting.

About the title, from Doyle-
"During one of my last visits at the Wrightson home here in Austin, I asked Bernie about the title of this piece, and he told me, with a grin on his face-'Meltification of the Loathsome Fishes' was from him mishearing the Bible story, 'Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes.' It was classic Bernie- wry and irreverent."

Originally painted back in the 1980's, this image has only been released once before as a print back in 1993. That printing was small, and did not capture the full color depth and 'hot' teal and red highlights of the original painting- it was definitely limited to the printing capabilities of the time. This reproduction features a wider color range to make it virtually indistinguishable from the original- especially at the larger size!
Produced through agreement with the Wrightson Estate.

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