“Amadeus” by Kevin Tong

To celebrate the 35TH ANNIVERSARY of Amadeus, Evil Tender is proud to present a limited edition screenprint of Forman’s Academy Award-winning film by illustrator Kevin Tong as part of the Opera Print Series. On sale now HERE.

“Amadeus” by Kevin Tong. 24″ x 36″ 8-color Screenprint. Ed of 200. $65

“Amadeus” by Kevin Tong. 24″ x 36″ 8-color Screenprint. Ed of 100. $85 (variant)

The Art of Greg Ruth: A TWIN PEAKS Interpretation Online Release (Round 4)

Direct from Mondo:

Tomorrow we are excited to offer the next two installments in Greg Ruth’s brilliant exploration of David Lynch’s TWIN PEAKS. Originally conceived as part of Greg’s “52 Weeks Project” in which he illustrates a new piece of art every week for a year, The White Lodge was a series inspired by the television series that spanned three years and yielded dozens of absolutely gorgeous portraits and artwork centered around the world and characters of TWIN PEAKS. We are proud to have partnered up with Greg and Showtime to offer the monumental collection of art as a series of 12 giclee print sets each containing 5 prints per series.

On sale Thursday, June 13th at a random time HERE.

TWIN PEAKS Giclee Set – Series #8 by Greg Ruth. 8″x8″, 8″x10″, 10″x8″ Giclees. Hand numbered. Edition of 300. Printed by Static Medium. Expected to Ship in June 2019. Ships to Canada, Europe & United States. $80

TWIN PEAKS Giclee Set – Series #9 by Greg Ruth. 8″x8″, 8″x10″, 10″x8″ Giclees. Hand numbered. Edition of 300. Printed by Static Medium. Expected to Ship in June 2019. Ships to Canada, Europe & United States. $80

“Daredevil: Reborn #3” by Jock

Grey Matter Art are pleased to announce a new officially licensed, limited edition screen print for one of our favorite Marvel anti-heroes, Daredevil, by Eisner award-winning artist, Jock! On sale Thursday, June 13th at 1pm Eastern (10am PDT) HERE.

Daredevil: Reborn #3 by Jock
24″ x 36″ Screen Print
Hand Numbered Edition of 200
Printed by D&L Screen Printing
$45

“Legacy” by Dulk

To celebrate World Oceans Day, June 8, PangeaSeed Foundation is pleased to announce the latest print release for our 2019 print project, “In Peril”. Featuring original artwork by supporting ARTivist Dulk (Spain), this limited art print edition highlights the ancient migratory odysseys of vulnerable marine species and the perils caused by human impact these majestic mammals must navigate. On sale now HERE.

Regular edition: 60 plus 10 APs signed and numbered
Dimensions: 14×28 inches full bleed with hand deckle edges
Pricing: $150 plus shipping
X-Large “World Oceans Day” edition: 25 plus 4 APs signed and numbered
Dimensions: 25 x 50 inches full bleed with hand deckle edges
Pricing: $430 plus shipping

“To celebrate World Oceans Day, June 8, I am very excited to release “Legacy” as a print edition, in collaboration with PangeaSeed Foundation, to support their global ARTivism efforts helping to inspire positive action for our oceans.

In 2018 I had the chance to visit the Hawai’i archipelago for the first time and I was very lucky to feel incredible sensations being very close to a humpback whale and her calf off the coast of the Big Island. In late 2018, I had my biggest solo exhibition to date in the USA and I didn’t hesitate to incorporate the theme of marine wildlife into the main painting. The painting pays tribute to the title of the show, “Legacy” so working on this piece has been an emotional experience for me personally.

One year later, my friends at PangeaSeed Foundation, invited me to back to the islands, this time to Maui to paint for a purpose as part of their Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans program. Maui is one of the best places in the world to experience humpback whales in the wild. We were there during the peak of breeding season which was the perfect opportunity to translate the original painting into a large-scale public mural.

“Legacy” represents the eternal migration of a humpback mum and her calf traveling to safer waters and places of refuge. These magnificent mammals camouflage themselves between ecosystems they migrate through while trying to escape possible extinction at the hands of man.” – Dulk