Tom Whalen, working in conjuction with Dark Hall Mansion has revealed their 2nd installment of this Charlie Brown/Peanuts series just in time for the Holidays. This new print, much like his previous one, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!”, manages to be classic Peanuts while being classic Whalen at the same time. A job well done!
This print is an 18″ x 24″ 10-color Screenprint, signed/numbered edition of 450, and cost $75. There will be a variant version with an edition of 100 ($125), and a metal version with an edition of 50 ($250). On sale details below:
"A Charlie Brown Christmas" by Tom Whalen. 18" x 24" 10-color Screenprint. Ed of 450 S/N. $75
"A Charlie Brown Christmas" by Tom Whalen. 18" x 24" 10-color Screenprint. Ed of 100 S/N. $125 (Variant)
"A Charlie Brown Christmas" by Tom Whalen. 18" x 24" 10-color Screenprint. Ed of 50 S/N. $250 (Metal Variant)
eMoviePoster.com will release all 3 editions Thursday, 12/1/11 at a random morning hour. Please visit them at www.eMoviePoster.com where on Thurs, 12/1 a specific section of their homepage will direct buyers to a dedicated page for everyone to easily checkout and complete purchases of their “A Charlie Brown Christmas” via Paypal or credit card.
The next day, Friday, 12/2, Dark Hall Mansion will also release all 3 Editions in our Store with Paypal Buy-Now buttons appearing at a random hour that morning for direct checkout.
It’s an Art World
The title of this post may seem a bit far-fetched, but a closer look at Chan Hwee Chong’s illustrations and that is exactly what you see. This Singaporean designer has recreated/reinterpreted classic masterpieces such as Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”, and Vermeer’s “The Girl with a Pearl Earring” using one continuous circular line-stroke of varying degrees of thickness and line-spacing. He described it as an exercise of “precision and control”.
Chong is so meticulous with his pieces that each one usually takes months to complete due to the fact that if a mistake was made during the drawing, he would scrap the whole piece and start over! Using only a piece of paper and a Faber Castell Artist Pen, Chong’s art is proof that creation is a human element, regardless of what mediums or materials are available for use.
New prints by Amy Sol will be available early next week. Her illustrations always seem to unify humans with animals in a harmonious way. Very nice…
“Brambles” is a 13″ x 10″ Giclee, signed/numbered edition of 100, and cost $65. “Lovers Loch” is a 17″ x 23.5″ Giclee, signed/numbered edition of 50, and cost $150.
On sale Tuesday, November 29th at 2pm PST HERE.
"Brambles" by Amy Sol. 10" x 13" Giclee. Ed of 100 S/N. $65
"Lovers Loch" by Amy Sol. 17" x 23.5" Giclee. Ed of 50 S/N. $150
Since we’re past Thanksgiving now, any Christmas posts are now legit and fair game!
First up is Dave Perillo’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. It is a 12″ x 36″ Screenprint, signed/numbered edition of 250, and will cost $50.
On sale Tuesday, November 29th at random time HERE.
***Keep an eye on their Twitter for the on sale announcement.
"The Nightmare Before Christmas" by Dave Perillo. 12" x 36" Screenprint. Ed of 250 S/N. $50
Pearl Jam 2011 South & Central American Tour: 8 artists, 10 different posters, 10 shows, in 22 days…
11/03/2011 – Sao Paulo, BR – Morumbi (Chuck Sperry)
11/04/2011 – Sao Paulo, BR – Morumbi (Ames Bros)
11/06/2011 – Rio De Janiero – Apoteose (Tyler Stout)
11/09/2011 – Curitiba, BR – Estadio Parana do Clube (Brad Klausen)
11/11/2011 – Porto Alegre, BR – Zequinha (Munk One)
11/13/2011 – Buenos Aires, AR – Estadio Unico La Plata (Brad Klausen)
11/16/2011 – Santiago, CL – Estadio Monumental (Angryblue)
11/18/2011 – Lima, PE – Estadio San Marcos (Ames Bros)
11/20/2011 – San Jose, KM – Estadio Nacional (Sean Cliver)
11/24/2011 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol (Ken Taylor)