***They are also holding a giveaway! See details below:
Mad Duck Giveaway Time!
We want you to stay up to date with Mad Duck and we want to give you FREE posters! We are currently running a giveaway contest for 4 Amazing posters!
Blue Velvet Regular by Matt Ryan Tobin!
Wonderful Wizard Of Oz, purple variant by Ise Ananphada!
King Of Castle Grayskull regular by SiMo Sol!
How To Train Your Dragon regular by Tom Whalen!
Once you have entered, comment on our Facebook page and list your entries. You get 1 entry for FB, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, so each person can have up to 4 entries by following.
If you are already following, then simply state that. New or old followers, it doesn’t matter. Each one is an entry! Share the post on any of your Social Media and receive a bonus 5th entry!*
The contest ends this Sunday, August 12th at 11:59 PM EST! Winners will be determined randomly, verified, and then announced on Monday! Good luck!
*If you are not a Facebook user, you may still enter by sending an email to us listing your entries. Please post to FB unless you don’t use it! Thanks!
Richey Beckett will have an array of new Limited Edition Prints to the store.
Exclusive signed artist copies of FOO FIGHTERS (London Stadium), QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE (Oberhausen and Finsbury Park), NINE INCH NAILS (Royal Albert Hall), ROBERT PLANT (North American Summer Tour) plus a special art print of my recent poster for the PIXIES. On sale Friday, August 3rd at 6pm BST (10am PDT) HERE.
Next up in the limited edition area code print for the ‘Travel By Screen’ series hosted by Sally Centigrade Gallery. This print represents the 401.
Quahogs (pronounced co-hogs or kwo-hogs), also know as Count Necks, Little Necks, Top Necks or Cherrystone Clams, are the hard shelled clams found burrowing in sands, muds and human bellies around Rhode Island, the “Cooler and Warmer” state. This design was rejected as a promotional tourism poster to bring in more wealthy visitors to our tiny state.
Walker Mettling is a cartoonist and printmaker in Providence, RI. He runs the Providence Comics Consortium (PCC), a micro-publishing edu-tainment project focused on free comics/publishing workshops for kids at libraries, making tons of publications, improvisational art liberation and strengthening the bonds of artists intergenerationally. The inspiration for this print came from a sunday morning session of the PCC Sketchbook Church.
On sale Friday, August 3rd at 10am Mountain time (9am PDT) HERE.