As reported straight from his Blog:
“Warmer Air” by Jeremy Geddes
“This is a small and fast (for me) painting, measuring at 37 * 58 cm. It doesn’t have the detail of my large paintings due to it’s size, but I think the brushwork at the micro level is perhaps some of the best I’ve done.
It is also one of the last cosmonaut paintings I’m planning on producing, although future work should be evolution of those themes, rather than a radical departure.”
"Warmer Air" by Jeremy Geddes. 37 x 58 cm timed release print.
“Given so many people missed out on the last few prints, we’ll be making this one available as a timed release, and as a mini print (similar in size to the Cluster Study), with the price as low as possible. It should mean that anyone who is interested in a cosmonaut print will be able to to grab this one.
We’ll post further details here soon. But as always, if you’d like to receive an email with all the details a couple of days before the release (so you don’t miss out) then please email us at email@example.com” -Jeremy Geddes
Hard to believe that it’s already been 20 years since the release of Nirvana’s Nevermind. This album, as well as their followup album, In Utero, stand as timeless rock masterpieces; jagged edges encased in lucite. And its influence is still seen in modern bands all over the radio, or in your teenage kids mp3 player. Amazing yea?
Marq Spusta created “In the Sun” for Seattle’s EMP Exhibit, and is now selling artist editions online. It is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, edition of 100 on green paper. A few lucky customers will receive a rare variant with their order. Cost $50. On sale now HERE.
"In The Sun" by Marq Spusta. 18" x 24" Screenprint. Artist edition of 100. $50
The light-spirited and instantly likeable style of Max Dalton translates very well into his latest poster titled “First Things First”, a Kill Bill Tribute. It is a numbered print with an edition size of 150. It will first be made available this weekend at Spoke Arts Quentin vs. Coen art show, taking place this weekend at Los Angeles’ Beyond Eden, multi-gallery event. Afterwards, any remaining copies will go online and be sold HERE. However, if you’re around the SoCal area this weekend, do try and make this great event, check out this poster, as well as many other art pieces to be exhibited at the show.
"First Things First" by Max Dalton. Ed of 150
Quentin vs. Coen preview
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A sneak peek at Emek’s “Radiohead” poster for their 2-show stop in NYC. However it doesn’t seem like this poster is for sale at the show currently. Stay tuned for more details.
"Radiohead, NYC" by Emek.
Jeff Soto drops one on us with a surprise release and it’s a stunner. “Shackled” is a 20″ x 30″ giclee on white archival paper. It is a signed and numbered edition of 50. Ships with signed and numbered COA. Cost $160. I’ll say no more but hurry and grab it while you can! On sale now HERE.
"Shackled" by Jeff Soto. 20" x 30" Giclee. Ed of 50 S/N. $160
Shepard Fairey is releasing his “All Tomorrow’s Parties” print tomorrow. It is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, signed/numbered, with an edition size of 600. Cost $50. On sale Thursday, September 29th at a random time HERE.
"All Tomorrow's Parties" by Shepard Fairey. 18" x 24" Screenprint. Ed of 600 S/N. $50
Crosshair’s abandoned warehouse themes come across so strongly as his signature style that I knew this poster was by him before I even saw his name on it. This remarkable photo-realistic 8-color screenprint for Wilco’s stop in Raleigh NC measures 17.5″ x 23″, has an edition size of 260 (limited quantities available online), is signed/numbered, and cost $30. It goes on sale Wednesday, September 28th at 2pm HERE.
"Wilco, Raleigh NC" by Crosshair. 17.5" x 23" 8-color screenprint. Ed of 260 S/N. $30