Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Nakatomi, Inc.'s Newsletter A Bunch of NEW Stuff

"Jon Smith Brings out the GIMP!

Jon Smith's FINAL entries in the the now completely massive and out of control and LEGENDARY Quentin V. Coen art show put on by SpokeArt are now available in the Jon Smith section of the Nakatomi store! Done in the same Ralph Steadman inspired style he did his VERY popular (and almost sold out) Big Lebowski prints form the same show, these are sure to move fast. (And, I might add, these were printed in much smaller edition sizes, and we have even less than that.)
Above is pictured, "Far From Okay"- this print measures 18×24 and is signed and numbered in an edition of 80. There's also a variant edition of only 20!
"Zed's Dead" is 12×18 in an edition of 80, and also a variant of 20.
And, we're very pleased to announce Jon's first shirt for Nakatomi, based on his "A Wiser Fella" image from the QvC show-
A shirt like this...it really ties your wardrobe together, you know?
See the third print, and pick 'em up RIGHT NOW in the Jon Smith section of the Nakatomi store HERE.
The Sea Also Rises- Subway Squid in a new colorway!
The Sea Also Rises- The 14th St. Station Squid is back in a brand-new colorway! One of our most-requested images off all-time returns!
This 18×24 screenprint is signed and numbered by artist Tim Doyle in an edition of 150.
Check out the detail shots of the actual print, and read more and pick one up HERE.
Tim Doyle was commissioned to produce this screenprint for Austin Books and Comics' screening of CLERKS last week, and the print was a HUGE hit! It got picked up and blogged all over thanks to Slashfilm and all our followers on the TUMBLR. Big thanks to Brian O'Halloran (who played Dante) who came out to the show and was a super-nice dude to hang out with! This print is almost sold out, but a few copies are still available directly through Austin Books' email. Hit them up at- info@austinbooks.com and tell 'em we sent you! We have a VERY small amount of these that will be available later on this week, but they'll be more expensive, and it might be easier to hit up AB directly. Get it before they're all gone!
Thank you all!"

To sum it up CLICK HERE to buy their new prints.

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