They made also a AP version printed on a very silver metallic paper in a limited edition of 40 copies.
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"For this piece I really wanted to capture the scope and size of Moria/Khazad-dûm, and show this huge maze and network of passageways for the fellowship to find their way through" Dan Mumford.Dan Mumford THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING (Officially Licensed)
"The scene of Madeleine floating in the bay surrounded by flowers directly reflects images of Shakespeare’s Ophelia. I used Sir John Everett Millais’s painting of Ophelia as my source of inspiration for her floating pose and the water’s reflection of Madeleine’s face became an interesting way to represent her duality.Vertigo is available in three editions. A regular and variant edition of the Vertigo movie poster, along with a smaller companion print to the poster called "Have you been here before?". The companion print sets the stage for the events that are unfolding in the Vertigo poster and is a great print on it's own or next to Vertigo!
The films use of colour is very rich with contrasting reds and greens. Madeleine and Judy are constantly associated with the colour green; her car, clothes, the cemetery, the lighting in the motel and the green water of the bay in which she throws herself. The reason I coloured the water such a strong shade of deep green.
My representation of Scottie is a direct tribute to the iconic original poster of Saul Bass with a graphic disorienting shape around his silhouette. In the two editions of this poster I wanted to try different ways of showing Scottie’s panic. The Variant edition uses the more classic ‘spiral’ which is synonymous with the film while the regular edition has the form of his silhouette zooming out. In this version Scottie appears to be running towards us but the zoom effect gives the illusion that he’s falling away. It’s a link to the nausea inducing special effect, invented by Hitchcock, of the camera lens zooming in while the camera pulls back. A technique that was used so effectively to represent Scottie's phobia."
Texas-born Nick Flatt is known for his large scale photorealistic portraits, often with provocative themes gleaned from titles like Fuck Religion, Pussy Fingers, and Nip Slip. Through the use of models who physically resemble the prototype of those commonly used in mainstream advertising, Flatt whets the viewer’s unconscious appetite for consumption. However, their extreme, lascivious gestures distort our desire to the point of discomfort. By exposing the cheap triggers employed by these glossy glamazons, Flatt invites us to be repulsed by their honest unmasking.His latest print is Revolution Porno II. It is a digital print on canvas. Hand-finished with oil, spray paint, and acrylic. Each print comes with a custom made, painted wooden shipping crate (which is pretty hot.) 50 x 60cm. Signed and numbered. Edition of 20
"This Avett print is inspired by vintage American handbill and illustrative poster designs combined with elements of Oklahoma. Familiar animals (such as the scissortail flycatcher and the American Bison) adorn the design, filling in the negative space and adding decoration and flourish while static portraits of the main band members pin down the corners, solidifying the composition. Their bodies are presented within a flowing frame in the centre of the poster, hiking through the Oklahoma landscape, overlooking glass mountains and taking in the morning light as it refracts throughout the design, illuminating the psychedelic tendrils and imbuing the piece with movement and visual interest. Overall, the work is another piece in the loose narrative of The Avett Brothers' journey, augmented by symbols representing the state through which they passed during the fall of 2016."Details on the posters