Friday, January 20, 2017

Anthony Petrie Animal Atlas II Set of Prints Great White Shark, Polar Bear And Golden Toad

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Tiny Showcase are thrilled to bring you the latest installment in Animal Atlas by Anthony Petrie. His three new endangered and extinct animal maps prints benefit the Natural Resources Defense Council. The NRDC works to safeguard the earth: its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. Created by former Rhode Islander Anthony Petrie and printed by current Rhode Islanders at The Head Light.

Animal Atlas II: Polar Bear, Golden Toad, and Great White Shark are all editions of 100 screen prints by Anthony Petrie. With a border for framing, the artwork is trimmed to fit a standard 24" wide by 18" tall poster frame. The archival print was created by Providence's Head Light Hotel and Tiny Showcase and ships with a numbered and stamped Tiny Showcase certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 270gsm archival print making paper.

"Polar Bear" is a three-color print with an icy-sparkle/gloss overprint. "Golden Toad" is a five-color screen print. "Great White Shark" is a four-color screen print. Prints come in a set of 3 or you can buy them individually.

Buy them at  http://www.tinyshowcase.com/

Anthony has chose the Natural Resources Defense Council as his artwork's charity. The NRDC works to safeguard the earth: its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. Since 1970, the organization has combined the power of more than two million members and online activists with the expertise of some 500 scientists, lawyers, and policy advocates across the globe to ensure the rights of all people to the air, the water, and the wild. $250 dollars from the sale of each of Anthony's three print editions will be donated to the organization.

Polar Bear - VULNERABLE The loss of sea ice habitat from climate change is the biggest threat to the survival of Polar Bears. However, conflicts with humans, overharvesting and industrial impacts are also key factors in their population decline - pushing this animal to the brink of being endangered.

Golden Toad: EXTINCT Global warming, infectious disease and airborne pollution were key factors in contributing to the extinction of the Golden Toad. This species was among the first casualties of the decreasing frog population from climate change. Formerly abundant, it was last seen in 1989 and is commonly considered the poster child for the amphibian decline crisis.

Great White Shark: VULNERABLE Sport fishing, bycatching, and hunting have been key factors in contributing to the population decline of the Great White Shark. However, as greenhouse gases cause global temperatures to rise, sharks are swimming in oceans that are warmer and more acidic. This is forcing the slow evolving animal to adapt to a new environment and move to different areas in search of food.

Tom Whalen Moana Poster Dawn Variant Release

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Tom Whalen Moana print Dawn Variant
Cyclops Print Works first release of 2017 will be the third batch of limited-edition serigraphs from their recent An Art Tribute to the Disney Films of Ron Clements & John Musker gallery show, which was presented by Cyclops Print Works, Disney Fine Art, Gallery Nucleus, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and Oh My Disney. This next round of online releases will be for the variant dawn edition of Moana by Tom Whalen -- which is being released in celebration of Moana: Sing-Along version of the film -- and The Princess and the Frog by Josh Holtsclaw from Pixar Animation Studios!

Cyclops Print Works Print #49V: Moana Variant Dawn Edition
Artist: Tom Whalen

Size: 24" x 36"
Technique: Serigraph | 12 Colors
Edition Size: Limited Edition of 125
Features: Hand-Numbered | Metallic Inks | Varnish Finish | Authenticity Seal
Paper: Strongstuff 320 gsm
Printed by: Eclipse Workshop
Price: $85
Officially Licensed by Disney

Available Friday, January 20th at 12 PM PST at www.cyclopsprintworks.com

Mark Dean Veca Natch Print

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Thirty-Three: Celebrating 33 Years of the Independent Spirit & Sundance Film Festival showcases 33 artists who are at the forefront of contemporary visual art. Curated by 5-time Sundance alum Morgan Spurlock (CNN’s Morgan Spurlock Inside Man, Where in the World is Osama bin Laden, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Web Junkie and Super Size Me) with additional co-curation by Jensen Karp and Katherine Sutton, the exhibition celebrates the high caliber of diverse and sometimes wild, but always thought-provoking 33 years of Sundance Film Festival. With a collection of artists that embody the Festival’s innovative, edgy, provocative spirit, Thirty-Three unites a group that runs the gamut of contemporary Pop Art and beyond and provides a platform for new thought and conversation. The Kimball Art Center is honored to premiere these artists and their works that celebrate film, vision and independence.

To commemorate Thirty-Three a new print has been published featuring work Mark Dean Veca created for the exhibition available now at markdeanveca.bigcartel.com

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Galerie F New Location And Print Release

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Galerie F did it. They've officially relocated to their new space, you'll notice a lot of the same good vibes in our new spot with some differences in their curation and display. The street art room is bigger and more inviting but the prints are just as accessible and affordable as ever. If you're a longtime regular of Galerie F, don't worry, the Tootsie Rolls are still up for grabs at the desk.

 Here is the new location 2415 North Milwaukee Avenue, Logan Square, Chicago, IL 60647

Galerie F's first exhibition, "7", was a huge success this past Friday evening. You can read more about the web drop of all the remaining artwork below. There's some Bear Champ originals left and a couple handfuls of gorgeous prints from Justin Van Genderen, Andrew Ghrist and Epyon5. Jason Rowland has some breathtaking stencil work on display for "7" and will also be online tomorrow — don't miss these beauties in custom handmade frames by the artist!

PRESENTING WORK FROM GALERIE F'S SEVEN FEATURED ARTISTS

"7" is an exhibition to celebrate new beginnings with Galerie F and a bigger and better year than the last one with our seven featured talents. JC Rivera, Sentrock and Mosher represent our street art commitment keeping it local with big talent. Designer Justin Van Genderen and illustrator Andrew Ghrist are in our print-making corner with knockout prints released for our first exhibition. Jason Rowland and Epyon5 cross the boundaries in both realms with handcut stencils, prints and iconic mashups.

Head over to www.galerief.com to buy the new prints.

Chuck Sperry Edwardian Ball Poster Release

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Chuck Sperry Edwardian Ball Print

It’s Edwardian Ball time again, and as always Chuck Sperry did the poster.

His Edwardian Ball posters always have an edge of social critique in them. They are done with a wink and a nod, in keeping with the enjoyment of attending such an elaborate period pageant.

Most of the attendees also realize that the Edwardian era was one of unabashed and ostentatious oligarchy, unrivaled economic imperialism and a presumed European superiority complex. It’s all of these things that makes the period so bizarre to us today. Chuck has always endeavored to reveal this outrageous and bizarre sense of imperial entitlement in my Edwardian Ball posters, and keep them wild and fun.

This year his poster depicts Cupid & Psyche, the belle of the ball and her accomplice, looking for her next intended target.

Edwardian Ball 2017
15 x 35 3 color screen print on cream paper
Signed and Numbered Edition of 125
3 colors on cream paper

This poster is officially available at the shows in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New Orleans.

Chck will be making a very limited online release of this poster on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at a random time at ChuckSperry.net

Patrik Svensson Force Majeure Movie Poster

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Black Dragon Press are delighted to kick-off 2017 with a poster for one of the best films released in the last couple of years. Ruben Östlund’s ‘Force Majeure’ is a clever, insightful and darkly funny tragicomedy; a film that is both slightly uncomfortable yet a delight to watch in that uniquely Scandinavian way.

To pay homage to ‘Force Majeure’ BDP teamed up with uber-elegant Swedish illustrator Patrik Svensson and production company Plattform Produktion to bring you a super limited run of posters for this somewhat overlooked cinematographic gem.

18" x 24" 5-colour screen print.
270gsm Mohawk Ultrawhite Eggshell paper
Hand numbered, gallery stamp on reverse Limited Edition of 40

‘Force Majeure’ by Patrik Svensson will go on sale this Friday January 20th 2017 at 3pm UK (10am EST) time in the Black Dragon Press shop. By far the single most important event of that day.

Greg Ruth Daredevil Poster Release By Mondo

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Greg Ruth Daredevil Poster Mondo

Greg Ruth Daredevil white variant print Mondo

On Thursday Mondo will have a couple of new Marvel posters for Daredevil and Scarlet Witch by two artists they're working with for the first time, Greg Ruth and David Aja.

Up first they'll have two posters for their favorite guardian of Hell's Kitchen, 'ol Hornhead himself, Daredevil! Greg Ruth is an incredibly talented artist and Mondo couldn't be more happy about working together. Late last year, Mondo came across this Daredevil artwork from Greg and were completely blown away. Daredevil standing tall as a watchful protector over his city's seedy underbelly. They contacted him immediately and, thankfully, here we are.

Here's what Greg had to say about the piece:
"I write and draw as a day job, and I always like to start my week off doing a drawing that isn't about work at all. A codified act of playing hooky. I don't usually do graphite drawings this way because they gobble up a lot of time, but this one Monday back in the summer I just started drawing this fellow before I knew who he was. More of a lighting experiment, rally.... then a little mark on his head became the horns, and the city below just started growing, and there he was.. Daredevil. I'd never drawn him before in my life, but now I can't wait to draw him again."
Daredevil by Greg Ruth. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 275.

Daredevil (Variant) by Greg Ruth. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 150.

These posters will be available online at a random time on Thursday, January 19th at Mondotees.com

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

DKNG Studios Van Morrison Las Vegas Poster

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DKNG Studios Van Morrison Las Vegas Print

This past weekend, Van Morrison played two sold out shows at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, and as long time fans, DKNG Studios were honored to create the official gig poster for the event. They were inspired by the vintage neon signs that have lined the Las Vegas strip, and created Van’s own custom sign. The entire edition of posters is printed on metallic rainbow foil which gives the neon and light bulbs in the sign a convincing shimmer when viewed in person.

The poster is an 18” x 24” three color screen print on 10pt Rainbow Foil with an edition size of 400.

Buy it at www.dkngstudios.com

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Luke Chueh Smoke Signals Hand Embellished Prints

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Luke Chueh Smoke Signals Hand Embellished Prints



1xRun has a special print release from Luke Chueh. The print is titled Smoke Signals and all of them come hand embellished with a drawing or hand drawn statement.

All the prints are 16 x 20 Inches Hand-Embellished Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Rag Fine Art Paper. The skull variants have an edition of 30 and the lettering ones have an edition of 10.

Buy them at 1xRUN.com

Justin Santora Umphrey's McGee Chicago Poster And More

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Justin Santora Umphrey's McGee Chicago Print

Justin Santora just added (and will be adding) lots of new prints to the store, which includes gig posters for Guster, Lucinda Williams, Umphrey's McGee, and The Wood Brothers. He is really excited about how these turned out.

Chicago band, Umphrey's McGee played three hometown New Year's shows to round out 2016. The band commissioned a different artist to do a poster for each show. Dan Black from Landland did the December 29th poster, Kyle Baker did the December 31st poster, and Justin did the poster for the December 30th date at the Aragon Ballroom.

These are 18x24", 6 color screen prints, printed on 100lb Cougar natural coverweight paper. Signed/numbered A/P edition of 50. 2016. $30 each.

Speaking of making prints in 2017, this year's Justin Santora print subscription is officially open. As always, subscribers will get one of every screen printed item he produces for the calendar year, including all art prints, gig posters, movie posters, print sets, etc. Each subscriber will also receive a one-of-a-kind test print, a small original sketch or two, and a unique print or variant that is only available to subscribers. Justin has some pretty exciting plans for this year, so if you like the things he makes, you might consider coming along for the journey this year!

Head over to www.justinsantora.com to buy everything.
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