Saturday, December 31, 2011

Todd Slater's Bill Murray Tribute Prints

"Raleigh St. Clair"
18" x 24" 5 color silkscreen
S/N edition of 150

"This print was commissioned by San Francisco's Spoke Art Gallery for their yearly Wes Anderson show. This is the third print in a series of Bill Murray characters from Wes Anderson films that I've done. The quote at the bottom reads: Dudley suffers from a rare disorder combining symptoms of amnesia, dyslexia, and colorblindness, with a highly acute sense of hearing."

"Lost in Translation"
18" x 24" 7 color silkscreen
S/N edition of 125

"This print was commissioned by Gallery 1988 for their Bill Murray themed show. Murray's character, Bob Harris, is searching for meaning/purpose while in Tokyo shooting an ad for whiskey. The Japanese running across the page symbolizes the whispers of the people all around him, and the luminous shapes that fill his profile are the flickering lights of the Tokyo skyline. Bob is lost amongst the high rises and a language he does not speak..."

$40 each
There were variants available but these went on sale last night around midnight EST & they sold out quick

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