Graffiti Prints will have new print editions by Sandra Chevrier & La Staa available soon. Main and variant editions will be available. See the release page for full details.
On sale Thursday, February 26th at 7am PST HERE.
Grey Matter Art under license from StudioCanal is pleased to announce a new officially licensed, limited edition screen print for the iconic 80’s film, “First Blood.” The artist for this project is Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz) and he captured the mood of the film just perfectly. It is a 24″ x 36″ Screenprint, available Regular, Variant, and Wood editions. See below for details. On sale Wednesday, March 4th at a randon time between 1 – 2pm Eastern (10 – 11am PST) HERE.
“I love working on titles that had an impact on me back when I was growing up. First Blood (and Rambo character in general) are definitely among them. I still remember how this great piece of cinema moved me back when I saw it for the first time.
No doubt it was and remains one of the saddest movies from the 80’s. Both me and GMA guys wanted to capture some of that sadness on this image while at the same time keeping it very iconic… almost monumental.
Personally I’m very happy with the outcome. Consider this my final take on one of my biggest “old time heroes”: Sylvester Stallone. Hope I gave you justice John J…” – Gabz
Gallery Openings / Exhibitions
Hero Complex Gallery presents Quotes, Lines, & Lyrics Featuring Artwork from over 70 artists based on Pop Culture’s Favorite Quotes from Film & TV, Lines from Literature & the Lyrics of Musical Legends.
Opening Reception – Feb 27th, 7-10pm
***Online sale in Saturday, February 28th at 1pm PST HERE.
PangeaSeed and special guest artist Tatiana Suarez are pleased to announce the second official print release of our 2015 print suite “Tales from the Deep: Stories, Myths & Monsters” – a fine art print suite to help save our seas. “Creature” is a 20″ x 20″ Giclee, limited edition of 50, and cost $65. The OG 18x18in oil on wood panel will also be available for purchase. On sale Thursday, February 26th at 12pm PST HERE.
“I chose to paint a tribute to the classic monster flick, The Creature From The Black Lagoon. Horror flicks are my favorite genre. I also enjoy the timeless tale of beauty versus beast. I find myself rooting for the Gil-Man throughout the film—admiring his appreciation for beauty and his voyeuristic tendencies. One can easily sympathize with his character because like many sea creatures, he’s most likely the last of his species and in risk of extinction.
The scientists in the film invade Gil-Man’s habitat, attempting to capture him yet fail, and in turn, kill him. This echoes man’s destructive tendencies towards the ocean and disconnection from nature, making humans the real monsters.” – Tatiana Suarez