2 new prints from Bottleneck Gallery

Bottleneck Gallery will have 2 new prints available soon.
On sale Thursday, September 20th at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.

Beer by Timothy Pittides
Screen print
18 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 125
$50

Beer Gold Foil Variant by Timothy Pittides
Screen print on gold foil paper
18 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 40
$75

Drive by Fernando Reza
Screen print on foil paper
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 350
$65

HALLOWEEN 40th Anniversary Screen Print by Bob Gleason

Direct from Bottleneck Gallery:

To celebrate one of our favorite film franchise’s 40th anniversary, a phenomenal looking new film entry, and one of the most iconic movie posters of all time, we’re unbelievably excited to be able to release Bob Gleason’s officially licensed Halloween, the movie, print!

We worked closely with Bob to update his original Halloween theatrical poster into a high-end, limited edition screen print. Bob’s ingenious blending of the slasher-knife and pumpkin imagery has captivated our imaginations and captured our love for the Halloween series for 40 years, and we’re proud of how this project turned out. As an extra treat, we flew Bob to the gallery so that he could proof and sign all of the prints! On sale Thursday, September 13th at 9am PDT HERE.

Halloween by Bob Gleason
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Signed by Bob Gleason
Hand-numbered edition of 375
$150

Halloween Foil Variant by Bob Gleason
Screen print on foil stock
24 x 36 inches
Signed by Bob Gleason
Hand-numbered edition of 175
$200

Halloween Art Print by Bob Gleason
Screen print
18 x 24 inches
Signed by Bob Gleason
Hand-numbered edition of 200
$100

“Throw a Drop of Water into the Ocean to Prevent it from Drying up” by Ricky Lee Gordon

Via Pangeaseed, “Throw a Drop of Water into the Ocean to Prevent it from Drying up” by Ricky Lee Gordon highlights the endangered whale shark. Whale sharks, the biggest fish in the world, are classified as endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Their existence is at risk due to fisheries targeting them for their fins, a highly prized commodity in parts of Asia. On sale now HERE.

“Throw a Drop of Water into the Ocean to Prevent it from Drying up” by Ricky Lee Gordon. 27″ x 27″ Giclee, hand-finished. Ed of 25 S/N. $225

“Building the 804” by James and Meredith Hill (Lightbox Print Co.)

Next up in Sally Centigrade’s ‘Travel By Town’ series is “Building the 804” by James and Meredith Hill (Lightbox Print Co.)
On sale Friday, September 7th at 10am Mountain time (9am PDT) HERE.

“Building the 804″ by James and Meredith Hill (Lightbox Print Co.) 18″ x 24” Screenprint. Ed of 25 S/N. $50

Richmond, the heart of the 804 area code, is a medium size city rapidly putting itself on the map alongside some respectable large cities as one of the top places to visit for its award- winning food and craft beer scene, thriving arts and creative community, downtown riverside adventures and historic architecture (along with its interesting and infamous history as the capital of the Confederacy). This print captures the city’s amalgamation of old and new through an architectural sense – one of the buildings stands as one of the tallest and oldest in the city yet is vacant while another is one of the city’s newest and hottest boutique hotels, both residing only within a couple blocks of each other.