Saber just added a trio of new Flag prints onto his online store. Each print is a 6″ x 8″ Linoleum print w/hand touching, signed/numbered edition of 50 each, and are sold separately at a cost of $85 each. As with all triptychs, they look best all together. 🙂
On sale now HERE.
Rick Garland has a new print available for pre-order titled, “Enough” and it looks great! Amazing photo-realistic work here. It is a 60 x 60cm Giclee, signed/numbered edition of 75, and cost £125 ($198US). There are also full sized prints measuring 92 x 92cm available. These are editions of 10 and cost £495 ($780US). Pre-order now HERE.
Aaron Horkey’s excellent gig poster for Andrew Bird in Boston, MA will be available later today via Postersandtoys.com. It is a 14″ x 33″ Screenprint, signed/numbered edition of 245, and cost $60. There is also a variant edition of 50 that cost $120.
On sale Friday, May 18th sometime around 2pm central (12pm PDT) HERE.
Direct from Nakatomi:
“Viper in the Lilies” is the first screen print from artist Robert Wilson IV for Nakatomi! And it most definitely will not be the last. Robert is a comic book artist and illustrator from OKC, now living in Texas. Robert’s beautiful and playful line work really make this print a thing of beauty to see in person. The colors are subdued, but the viper waits, just under the lilies.
“Viper in the Lilies” is an 18″ x 24″ Screenprint, signed/numbered edition of 100, and cost $30. There is also a variant edition printed on heavy stock Curious Brand metallic ‘ice silver’ paper with an edition of 10, and cost $50. On sale now HERE.
Also from Nakatomi:
Tim Doyle was asked to participate in the Blank Space Ltd Gallery’s ‘In the Garage’ art show that debuted last month in Connecticut. The theme was ‘nerd art’, and nothing says more nerdy than Magritte’s surrealist icons mixed with 8-bit glory! (At least to Doyle, it doesn’t…) Blank Space released their copies of the prints last month, and now Nakatomi has the artist copies available, along with an exclusive variant in a super-small edition.
“That Damned Dog” and “1000 points” both measure 16″ × 20″ and are signed and numbered by Doyle in editions of 75 each. These prints were produced through screen-printed CMYK process, which allows you to get a more ‘painterly’ look out of screen printing. What you’ve got is a bunch of tiny little dots made up of CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black) that create the illusion of a full color range! The ’1000 Points’ print has a 5th layer added of red so that the apple POPS. There is also have a variant edition of 13 of both prints on super nice Curious Metallic Ice Silver paper, that gives the art a pearlescent look. On sale now HERE.