The latest in Sally Centigrade’s ‘Travel By Screen’ series, Tom captured North Carolina’s 910 area code. Area code 910 was established on November 14, 1993 as a split from area code 919, as North Carolina’s first new area code in 39 years. It covers southeastern North Carolina, including the cities of Fayetteville, Jacksonville, Laurinburg, Lumberton and Wilmington. For this piece, Tom captured the more serene parts of an extremely diverse part of the Tar Heel state. On sale now HERE.
Dark Hall Mansion, is pleased to share this Christmas, the holiday season, and indeed ALL seasons courtesy of their latest official Peanuts Worldwide licensed “PEANUTS SEASONS” limited edition prints and sets by artist Chris Thornley available this Tuesday, November 7th at 12:30pm PST HERE.
These Giclee prints are available in Standard and Variant colorways and in various size options.
*SEASONS 4-PRINT SETS*
Set of all 4 “PEANUTS SEASONS”-“WINTER, FALL, SUMMER, SPRING
Standard edition set of 100 in 18″ x 24″ $140 for all 4 prints
Standard edition set of 50 in 9″ x 12″ $60 for all 4 prints
Variant edition set of 50 in 18″ x 24″ $140 for all 4 prints
Variant edition set of 50 in 9″ x 12” $60 for all 4 prints
“Bad Dads” – An annual group art show tribute to the films of Wes Anderson via Spoke Art. After 8 years, “Bad Dads” continues to grow and progress as a dynamic group exhibition. Dozens of artists are invited every year to contribute works, spanning from paintings to sculptures to limited edition screen prints, all in tribute to one the world’s most noteworthy filmmakers. Check them all out on sale now HERE.
The 19th release in Sally Centigrade Gallery’s ‘Travel by Screen’ series, where a popular area code from each state is represented. For the Great Lakes state Arsenal Handicraft chose the picturesque Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, which is an iconic building located on Belle Isle in Detroit. Arsenal Handicraft is the husband and wife team of Dennis and Christina Jacobs. We work out of our small home studio where we agonize over every tiny detail, illustrating and screen printing each piece from beginning to end.
On sale Friday, November 3rd at 12pm Mountain time (11am PDT) HERE.
**If you place your order on Thursday you’ll also have a chance at receiving a 1/1 bon à tirer copy of the print which includes an original drawing by Martin Wittfooth.