Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Brad Klausen Widespread Panic Milwaukee Posters Release

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Widespread Panic just finished playing 3 nights in Milwaukee, WI and these are the 3 posters Brad Klausen designed for each of the 3 shows.

Brad was told the WSP fans refer to the Milwaukee shows as "Milwookie" and Robert, the man who handles the band's merchandise, suggested the idea that since Brad lives in the Pacific Northwest, land of the Sasquatch, what if Brad made a triptych telling of a Sasquatch / wookie migrating from out of the woods of the PNW on his way to Milwaukee to the shows. And this is the result of running with that idea of Robert's. Brad is pretty stoked on how it turned out.

Brad will be selling 100 signed and numbered uncut sheets of all 3 nights, October, 21st, 22nd and 23rd. The poster is printed on black paper.

Poster is 36" x 24", 5 Colors (black paper - uncut sheet)
signed and numbered out of 100

On sale Wednesday October 26 at Noon EDT at

Eric Robison Corpse Bride Print From Dark Hall Mansion

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Dark Hall Mansion welcomes back leading contemporary artist, Eric Robison, for another Halloween surprise, DHM's latest officially licensed limited edition fine art print release features Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride".

A very favorite film of Dark Hall Mansion, Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" has so many of the wonderful touches that make Tim Burton films so lovely and singularly unique. Nowhere is this more evident than in the beautiful "Corpse Bride" herself, Emily, whose sweet and delicate nature belies the cruelty visited upon her, and yet whose pureness of spirit ultimately leads to one of the most gorgeous cinematic finale's as Emily's soul takes flight amongst an ethereal transformation of thousands of butterflies.

Artist Eric Robison, whose vast work and prominent credits include that of former Disney Imagineer, lightly captures Emily's visage and spirit in this moving watercolor portrait. At once bold and fragile his Standard edition print captures "Corpse Bride's" pathos and echoes one of Emily's own song lyrics, while Eric's Variant edition print captures that incomparable finale in the church as Emily, lit by moonlight, sweetly transforms into her heavenward bound soul.

All officially licensed Dark Hall Mansion limited edition Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" prints are available in either 18" x 24" or 11" x 14" format and go on sale Tuesday, Oct 25th, at 12:30 PM PDT on their dedicated store page here:

Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" Standard 18" x 24" Edition of 200 $65
Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" Standard 11" x 14" Edition of 200 $35
Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" Variant "Butterfly Finale"
18" x 24" Edition of 100 $95
Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" Variant "Butterfly Finale"
11" x 14" Edition of 100 $35

Ryan Mowry The Horsemen Print Release

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Ryan Mowry has a great Halloween themed print releasing Wednesday. Ryan will be selling his new art print, The Horsemen starting Wednesday Oct 26th at 8am MDT. It's 18x24, 1 color, edition of 50, signed/numbered and printed on french cream paper stock.

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Justin Hampton Dean Ween Group St. Louis And Kansas City Poster Release

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Justin Hampton has a new poster for the Dean Ween Group and their shows in St. Louis & Kansas City recently.

Artist color way edition on bright white 100 lb paper stock. It’s a 5 color screen print that measures 18" x 24" in a signed & numbered edition of only 50 made.

Artist color way edition on holographic Lava Foil paper stock. It’s a 5 color screen print that measures 18" x 24" in a signed & numbered edition of only 30 made.

Both On Sale Thursday October 27th at 12pm PDT at

Jay Ryan Dumpster Fire, Permafrost And Bears Prints

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Jay Ryan has just returned from an exciting weekend at MondoCon in Austin, Texas, where he dropped three new prints.

Regular Bears, inspired to some degree by a camping trip his family went on with a bunch of kids' book authors last year in Oregon.

We all need more mammoths in our lives, and this one comes with a woolly rhino. Jay was in Oshkosh, Wisconsin two weeks ago for a print demo, and they made prints based on this same drawing ("Oshkosh Frost", due to the Wisconsin weather that day). Jay liked the drawing so much that he made a new edition at full 18 by 24" size, with different films and colors.

Dumpster Fire #5
Several years ago, Jay made prints for the Onion's AV Club, but there were printing problems, and he had to run the edition all over again on new paper. The stack of misprints was large enough that Jay saved them with the idea that he would eventually print something else on top. After a couple false starts during the last few years (clouds, a giant pink number 5), they've finally landed these Dumpster Fire prints for you. The paper has about 16 layers of ink on it, though the Dumpster Fire portion is "only" four screens.
Jay made about 50 of these with text on them for his friends in Nonagon and the Rutabega, for a show which happened on October 20, but he doesn't have any of those to sell.

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Kii Arens Pond Los Angeles Poster

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Psychedelic rock is back and it's in full funkiness with this official Pond poster from their recent show at the Teragram Ballroom. If you haven't heard of the Australian rock band, you might be familiar with some of their members. Hint: three of them are from Tame Impala!

Pond - Teragram Ballroom Los Angeles 2016
18" x 24" Lithograph Signed/Numbered series of 100

Pick up the groovy official poster Wednesday at

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Malleus Terra Art Print Release

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This is ”Terra" (Italian for "Earth") and it's the third print of the Malleus triptych together with "Sole" and "Luna” (Sun and Moon)

Malles worked on a regular version, totally hand pulled silkscreen of  46 copies and a variant version of 18 copies with gold metal leaf gilding.

Both prints will be on sale October 25th at random time at

Dan Mumford Superman Man of Steel Poster Release

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French Paper Art Club is releasing a great looking poster by Dan Mumford featuring Superman.

Man of Steel by Dan Mumford
7 color screen-print (with a varnish layer)
Officially Licensed
Limited Edition of 180 Signed & numbered by Dan Mumford

On sale Wednesday October 26th at a random time at

A few words from Dan about his piece :
‘With this piece we thought it would be nice to tackle something a little different within the Superman Mythos. The way Man Of Steel showed this beautifully crafted world of Krypton fascinated me, and it was a shame we spent so little time there in the film. So with this I wanted to pay tribute to the beginning of Man Of Steel and the tragic moment as his Mother watches the end of her world and Kal-El disappears into the sky.’ Dan Mumford

Alan Campbell Cosmic Death Owl Prints and New Website

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Alan Campbell has left his website unchanged since 2007, it’s finally updated and Alan is pretty proud of the work he did on it, is now live, it’s also now the home of his online store.

Alan also tied in the site launch with his annual October sale. This year he turned 29 and he is doing a full 29% off, just use the code Octo29 at checkout between the 25th and 30th of October

With the new website Alan is also launching a new screenprint, in two colorways, both with tiny editions and hand embellishments on every print, making them all unique.

Cosmic Death Owl Two
Red and gold- 2 color screenprint, A3 (11.7 x 16.5 in), S/N, edition of 22
Blue and Silver - 2 color screenprint , A3 (11.7 x 16.5 in), S/N edition of 10

Both are £20/$24 or £14.20/ $17.30 if you use the above discount code.

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Arno Kiss Sword in The Stone Print

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Arno Kiss just released a new screen print. It’s a 3 color, 18x24 print based on The Sword in The Stone by T.H. White. It's one of Arno's all time favorite books/stories. He's been reading a lot lately and wanted to find a way to incorporate that with his other passion illustration.

I asked Arno about the print since I had no clue what the book was about:
It's the story of King Arthur pulling Excalibur out of the stone when he's young. But before he's ready to wield the sword, the wizard Merlin transforms him into different animals (pictured in the stars at the top) to teach him the valuable life lessons that a king needs to rule his people.
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MondoCon Online Release Part 1 Tom Whalen, JC Richard and More From Mondo

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The third annual MondoCon wrapped Sunday night! If you weren't able to make it down this year, Mondo are releasing their first batch of prints from the Mondo Booth online Tuesday.

Here are the releases
Mondo X Cyclops Print Works Print #02: Wall-E by Tom Whalen. 24"x36" Screen Print. Edition of 390.
Mondo X Cyclops Print Works Print #03: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by JC Richard. 36"x12" Screen Print. Edition of 250.
Escape from New York (Glow-in-the-Dark) by Matt Taylor. 24"x36" Screen Print/ Edition of 300.
Escape from New York (Variant) by Matt Taylor. 24"x36" Screen Print. Edition of 150.
The Flash by César Moreno. 24"x36" Screen Print. Edition of 225.
The Thin Red Line by João Raus. 24"x36" Screen Print. Edition of 250.

All will be on sale at a random time Tuesday at

Monday, October 24, 2016

TAZ Jim Evans Aftershock Festival Posters

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The Aftershock festival exploded in Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA this past weekend and Firebrand Live tapped Jim Evans / TAZ to knock out a poster to commemorate it. With tons of weaponized sonic crushers on the bill, it was a good day to pack your earplugs and for a day of amazing rock.

The size of the poster is 18x24, and it’s a 4-color silkscreen featuring a split fountain. It is printed on #100 Cougar paper. There will be 50 signed and numbered posters.

The signed edition will soon be available at and at a new top-secret TAZ online store that is in the works.

Dan Grzeca Top 20 Art Show At Galerie F

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Dan Grzeca is a Chicago-born illustrator and printmaker. He has been screen-printing since the mid-nineties, contributing to the nascent and then burgeoning roster of Chicago Poster makers by creating a visual documentation of the Free and Improvised music being made by Ken Vandermark, The Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, and Caffeine among others. He has gone on to make work for big, famous bands, but still gets the most satisfaction out of making work that ties into music produced by talented friends.

His idiosyncratic style is achieved using pencil and scratchboard drawing techniques which are then transferred to screens for multi-layered printing. Dan spends a lot of time thinking about the screen-printing process in both a painterly and stripped down way, attempting to achieve aesthetic freedom by limiting choices in the composition process. Success to him is measured by visual boldness, stark imagery, subtle color layers, and ink-stained clothing.

“Dan Grzeca’s Top 20” will highlight twenty songs, pieces of music, musicians and bands that have inspired him over the past two decades. Music is an intangible experience that unites us all by way of rhythm and an intrinsic understanding of the human experience that transcends language. It is a great challenge to bring this movement to paper but Grzeca’s work is at the pinnacle of capturing the experience. Galerie F is thrilled to be working with not only a Chicago printmaking icon but also one of the foremost gig poster designers of our time.

The exhibition opening will take place from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. on Friday, October 28th.
Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages provided at the opening from
Three Floyds Brewing Co., The Hop Butcher and Perrier.

Details may be found at

Remaining artwork will be on sale Wednesday, November 2 at 5PM CST  on This is to give attendees and in-store purchases first grabs at this artwork.

Facebook Event Page HERE

Say Hello To Artist Mariano Arcamone The Newest Sponsor

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Please welcome artist Mariano Arcamone as the newest sponsor on Inside the Rock Poster.

Mariano Arcamone is a poster artist, graphic designer & printmaker based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Across the years, he has worked for artists such as Iggy Pop, The Avett Brothers, G. Love & Special Sauce, Thurston Moore Band, Real Estate, Damien Rice, Donavon Frankenreiter, Star Anna and more. He designs posters for shows both locally and internationally.

After graduating at Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism, University of Buenos Aires and learning about the screen printing process, he started to work for the music industry combining his two passions: music & graphic design.

He focuses on: Print & Poster Design, Art Direction, Identity Development, Merchandise Design, Artwork & Packaging Design

For more information about his work you can visit:

And you can also follow him on Instagram:

Michael Hacker Swans Vienna Poster

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Here is Michael Hacker's latest gig poster for the Swans' show Saturday at Arena, Vienna. It's a two color screen print on heavy black paper, 35×50 cm, and has an edition of 100.

And it's available now

Friday, October 21, 2016

Copyright Forever, For Ever Prints

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Copyright has been daubing the streets of the UK with his trademark pink roses for years. Fusing street art, graffiti and more traditional styles, he uses a mixture of classic painting techniques and spray can art. He creates print styles with stencils, depth with spray paint, and texture with a paintbrush.

He has released two new prints with 1xRUN titled Forever, For Ever in your choice of blue or mauve. They are 13.75 x 19.75 Inches. Mixed Media Screen Print on 300gsm Fabriano Watercolour Paper and both colors have an edition of 13.
"I originally drew her in 2014 for a canvas, I sometimes like to revisit my girls into new formats. The tattoo on her arm wasn't on the original, but references a sailor Jerry tattoo and the name of a solo show I had in London in 2014, 'One Red Rose Forever'." - Copyright
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Wes Wilson Are We Next Poster

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It's always great to see the rock artists of the 60's and 70's continue to release work. Wes Wilson has released a great new print.

In 1965, this was Wes' first designed and printed poster while he worked in a small lithography print shop. This led ultimately to Chet Helms and later Bill Graham approaching him to do posters in the area which jump-started his career and changed poster art as we know it. The poster has become an icon of those turbulent times and still resonates today as a meaningful warning from the past.

Here is a little back ground from Wes:
I’m glad I did something to significantly express my shock and anguish as an American about such an obviously erroneous and costly ethical ‘mistake’ as was the Viet Nam War. Today however we have been attacked by ultra-cunning and ruthless terrorists and in response to that horribly destructive day our government was forced to suddenly power up our national security agencies like never before. However, the ‘facts’ about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, that were so widely believed, have now been wholly discredited for all to see. Because of that ‘mistake’ we too rapidly invaded Iraq without thoroughly working out both a military plan and the fuller use of the many normal diplomatic protocols which are so useful in less stressful times such as was done prior to the Gulf War. Such haste has also raised ‘constitutional issues’ about “rights” here at home. Because more practical protocols as well as United Nations involvement were employed and respected by the first President Bush – we gathered a whole spectrum of willing allies who come to our aid in freeing Kuwait using multinational forces.

Consequently, due in large part to ‘haste makes waste’ we are now deeply involved in the wasteful horrors of another costly ‘mistake’ - the current Iraq War. However, despite not yet knowing fully just how this all could have happened – we are at war inside Iraq. The Iraq situation is different from Viet Nam and we should strive to leave in grace and avoid the ‘dropping everything and running.’

It seems to me that since we don’t know just how all ‘this difficulty’ came about - the question “Are We Next?” still applies. And, as it relates to continuing the grand open and fair ideals plus continuing on in the hopes and practices of our Democratic Republic – this notable admonition continues for all Americans as well - “Be Aware!”
The poster is
Measurements:  16" X 30"
Edition Size:  70
Paper:  Cotton Rag
Buy it in Wes Wilson's store at

Prefab77 Sunday Girl Print

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Prefab77 are a couple of artists who have origins in the north of England, California and New York by weaving small pieces of modern popular culture.

They create fast, hard-edged and stripped down artwork that is often political, sometimes anti-establishment, but always beautiful. rock and rebellion reflecting on the passing of our familiar institutions, shadowy establishment on the take and take small bites out of the underbelly of our modern culture that gets more bizarre with each passing day.

It is a dark word of money, fashion, music and politics woven into a luxurious mixture of acrylic, spraypaint, wheatpaste and varnish.

PREFAB 77 "Sunday Girl"
Hand Painted Print Release
Hand Painted Prints, Beautiful Textures, Smell Lush, Feel Great & Look Amazing.
Statement from Prefab77:
It's no secret that we take pride in putting a tonne of hand painting and finishing into our prints, and as such we enjoy nothing more than bringing you an insight into the making of our main print editions. This might just be the best one yet!
Main edition of 100
hand painted background in acrylic and spray paint 7 Colour screen print on 300 gsm somerset
signed and dated by the artists
75 x 56 cm

Head over to to buy it.

Chuck Sperry Ben Harper Paradiso Amsterdam Poster Release

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Chuck Sperry is back in the US after spending time in Paris for a show of his work and has a new poster.

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Paradiso, Amsterdam
19 x 33 inch 5 color screen print on cream paper
Signed and Numbered Edition of 150

Pre-sale of 25 regular edition Ben Harper posters available at TRPS, on Saturday, October 22.

Chuck will be making a very limited release of this poster and it’s variants on Sunday, October 23, 2016 at a random time at

Spiegelsaal Kowloon Walled City And Minsk German Tour Poster

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Spiegelsaal is Torsten Jahnke and Jochen Mönig who are friends of Alexander Hanke have released their German tour poster for the sludge double package Kowloon Walled City and Minsk.

 I asked Torsten about the design:
In this case, we worked quite literally with the band name.

kowloon walled city was a settlement on the outskirts of hong kong, that was built by it's inhabitants on the fly.
no architects or city planing was involved. living conditions were accordingly. it was torn down by HK authorities in the 1990s.
from a far, the whole thing really looked like a guitar amp dropped on it's back.
so the idea was to create an image, that brings housing blocks and stacks of amps together, as both bands have a very heavy sound and are quite the equipment fetishists.
hence the streets made from guitar cables, the sun that also is a knob and we also sneaked an image of the current album cover in there.

Here are the details on the posters
50 × 70 cm (19.7 × 27.6")
3-color screenprint on silver 300 gsm Folia paper (gold/red, black, transparent silver)
2 variations
Overall print run: 60 s/n 30 of each color.

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