Grey Matter Art is pleased to be announcing a new officially licensed, limited edition fine art giclée print by artist, Mark Chilcott for the iconic X-Men character, Wolverine. We are so happy to be releasing our first solo Wolverine print with Mark, as he depicts him in his most savage and vicious moments. We are honoring this characters 45 years in comics with his first full appearance of The Incredible Hulk #181 in November 1974.
On sale Thursday, February 21st at 1pm Eastern (10am PST) HERE.
Grey Matter Art is pleased to announce the next release in our line of Marvel’s fine art collectables for everyone’s favorite female super-hero, Captain Marvel! In anticipation for the upcoming movie,we present Captain Marvel #1 (variant comic cover) by Eisner award-winning artist and illustrator, Adam Hughes! GMA are so delighted to be producing this stunning cover art and adopt it into a 13 x 19″ poster for fans and collectors to hang. Be sure to follow us to keep up on our releases of Marvel’s fine art collectibles! On sale Wednesday, February 13th at 1pm Eastern (10am PST) HERE.
Black Dragon Press have the tremendous honour to bring to you a limited edition screenprint for the excellent dystopian novel ‘Oryx & Crake’ by UK artist Sam Chivers, and approved by Canadian poet, novelist, literary critic, essayist, inventor, teacher and environmental activist Margaret Atwood!
On sale Friday, February 8th at 5pm UK time (9am PST) HERE.
“Head In The Clouds is a portrait of humanity. We are all living our own lives trying to do the best we can. It’s easy to get lost in all of the fastness of the world. Take time to be alone. Take time to be quiet. Learn what is important to you. What makes you happy? Choose those things to be in your life. Let go of things that don’t make you happy. Happiness. Gratitude. Awareness. Love. Respect.
All things that are easier said than done. But it’s all about practice. The more you try to improve the more you will improve. Even if it is in the smallest of ways. It all adds up. Eventually we all will reach that place with our head in the clouds. Peace and love. It’s not that easy, but it is that simple.” – Brent Wickes
“We were inspired by the classic The Doors song “Riders on the Storm” and took some recognizable elements from The Doors, like the hat of Jim Morrison, but in a cloudy/stormy form (see also the skull made out of clouds) and the belt. Instead of a knife, we use a red feather that cuts the belt to add a bit more drama. We wanted to recreate a dreamy scene where all the elements were levitating. The technique is full CGI.” Sergio del Puerto, Serial Cut