Grey Matter Art is proud to present a new limited edition poster, for the classic science fiction novel, “The War of the Worlds,” by the very talented artist, Chris Garofalo. Written by H.G. Wells, the story was originally published in 1898, making this year the 120th anniversary! On sale Thursday, January 11th at 1pm Eastern (10am PST) HERE.
Direct from James:
I spent several months in 2017 working on this series of prints called “Dream Tracks”. Inspired by my slipping sleep and the time I have spent in dreamworld, the idea behind this collection was to create a group of images that could be considered a visual EP album. The five limited edition screenprints are housed in a traditional two-fold record jacket with accompanying liner notes.
The liner notes are five poems that I wrote based on what things come to us and what we may find when we are somewhere in between drifting through dreams.
Each print in the “Dream Tracks EP” is a 12″ x 12″ seven color screenprint printed in a limited edition. Prints will be available individually but if purchased as a set, the five prints come housed in a custom designed two-fold record jacket printed with liner notes for each piece on the inside of the jacket. Record Jackets are only available with the full set of five prints. There will only be 300 full sets in circulation.
Each print will be available in a white paper edition of 125 as well as in smaller foil editions. If bought as a set prints will have matching numbers.
For Sally Centigrade’s 22nd release in the ‘Travel by Screen’ project, where they release a screen print for each state paired with a popular area code. For this release May Yang of Flash Flood Print Studios brings us the 918 area code of Tulsa, one of my favorite cities. A mash of colors and Sooner State imagery, the piece stimulates the imagination and nostalgia. On sale now HERE.
“1989. I believe I was a senior in high school and we spent a lot of time at the local 7-11, and for a while in one particular spot of said 7-11 – the spot where the one video game console sat by the windows. Usually it was Double Dragon like always. Until one day some new fangled game was sitting there in place of DD…whatever it was this game better be good to replace the legend that was Double Dragon. I could tell by that marquee that we might have a new obsession on our hands, and once those coins pumped in that slot and those 3 players rotated on that skeletons hand it was confirmed. Gilius Thunderhead was his name, and he and his golden battle axe were my go-to. Always.” – Mike Saputo