Saturday, August 13, 2011

Delicious Design League Art Prints and “Gigposters” ON SALE

"Delicious Design League is a small Chicago-based studio with a passion for good design. The company cut its teeth making posters for indie rock bands and now counts brands like Nike among its clients. Featured here, a selection of its hand screen-printed art and “gigposters.”"

18 x 24 Screenprints

Prices range from $11.14 - $17.10  +shipping  Great Deal! 
Sale ends Monday @ 11 am EST


Mark Ryden's "Rose Pendant"

"This large enameled metal pendant features Mark Ryden's “Rose” painting from his 2003 “Blood Show.” The back is custom-stamped with Mark’s logo. The pendant comes with a high quality black leather cord and a brass clasp, and is packaged in a specially made box with a certificate of authenticity.

Pendant Size: 1-3/8” x 1-13/16”
Porterhouse Item Number: P100
Price: $99.00"

On sale Wed. 8/17


Frank Kozik's Black & GID "Anarchy"

"Limited edition vinyl anarchy symbol from Frank Kozik. 8” tall, this black symbol comes with a stand or you can simply hang it on your wall."

Retail $40, on SALE for $15

Friday, August 12, 2011

Audrey Kawasaki's “Charlotte” Framed & Timed Editions

Charlotte Limited Framed Special Edition

Aug 13th @ 11:00am pst
giclee print on archival paper
22.5"x22.5" in a 27.5"x27.5" frame
signed and numbered
limited edition of 150
for more info click HERE.

Charlotte Timed Edition

Aug 14th @ 12:00am pst
giclee print on archival paper
17.5"x17.5" on a 17.75"x17.75" sheet
from 12am to 11:59 pm - 24hour window!!
for more info click HERE.

Nathan Stapley's "The Same Gang" Show @ Gallery1988 Venice

"The Compartmentalizing of Nathan Stapley

Nathan Stapley is back at Gallery1988 later this month with a brand new solo show! We've worked with Nathan for years in the Melrose and San Francisco locations, but this will be his first show at our Venice gallery and he's coming to town all the way from NYC, so you must come say hello. The show is called "The Same Gang: compartmentalizing pop-culture iconography" and features all new works, where Nathan brings your favorite pop-culture icons together by similar attributes. For example, in the "Dads" painting, Jack Torrance from The Shining, Darth Vader, and Homer Simpson are just a few of our all-time favorite pop-culture fathers hanging out at a backyard BBQ. And we couldn't be happier because it's such a great concept and perfect fit for G1988. Here are a few sneak previews to get you excited about the show...



"Ramones Warriors"

"The Same Gang: compartmentalizing pop-culture iconography" featuring all new works by Nathan Stapley opens Friday, August 26th from 7-10PM at Gallery1988 Venice!!"

Gallery1988's website

Fantome's "Apeworld" 2 movies combined for 1 print


"'Apeworld' is a movie poster, not for an actual film but an imagining of 2 films combined - Westworld and the Planet of the Apes. Both films share a similar kind of underlying subtext, holding a mirror to reflect the absurdity and inhumanity of the Human race. In Apeworld robotic Simians rule. "

Edition of 50
Signed and Numbered
Size 69 x 50 cm
2 Colour Screenprint
Printed on Colorplan Mist Paper

Approx. $80 / €57 (+ Postage)
Available to Pre Order now and dispatched on 25th August


Audrey Pongracz's "My Poor Baby" Giclee

13x16 Paper Size
11x14 Image Size
Limited Edition of 25

$50.00 U.SShipping Included


Thursday, August 11, 2011

Ken Taylor’s two "The Avett Brothers" prints ON SALE TODAY

12″ x 36″ screenprints
AP edition of 50

On sale TODAY 8/12 @ 5pm EST HERE

TONIGHT Super iam8bit Opening Night Extravaganza

iam8bit is reopening

"W ithout further ruckus, we've got a very exciting announcement to make: The group art show that ravished the world of all its precious, videogame retro-ness four times in a row is returning for a fifth go at it. Since this is such a seminal number (five shows, that is), we've decided to upgrade the name a little bit:

SUPER iam8bit
Opening Night Extravaganza
August 11, 2011
7pm to 11pm

All-night ambiance by DJ R-Rated
With special performances by Leeni and A_Rival

We'll be hosting the event at the recently renovated iam8bit headquarters in glorious Echo Park:

It's going to be bigger and bolder than ever before, as we have over 4,500 sq. ft. of event space (that's nearly 5 times the size of the original show in 2005)!

Over 100 artists will reimagine their 80's gaming fantasies, delusions and secret desires via all sorts of media - painting, sculpture, plush, and even some more interactive experimentation. Highlights include:

*A special tribute to Galaga's 30th anniversary featuring the world's largest "arcade cabinet"
* The transformation of the entire gallery into an 80's gaming wonderland by designer decal collective BLIK
*An interactive, "retro-fied" Kinect hack from Double Fine super-artist Drew Skillman
*And much, much more!

Since its inaugural show in 2005, iam8bit has been the most popular group art exhibition in Los Angeles, enlisting hundreds of artists to remix their 80’s videogame memories using paint, plush, sculpture or whatever other tools they call their own. The show has been applauded for its spectacle of interactive art as well: a 6-foot-tall, working Atari 2600 controller (15 times scale); a custom-developed version of Guitar Hero, featuring old-school video game theme songs like Mega Man 2 and Ikari Warriors (in partnership with Harmonix); and much more."

Click HERE to visit their site

Amy Sol's "The Imperial Twins from KÀ" a Cirque du Soleil Show

Two versions:

20″ x 30″ giclee limited to 300  $50
Out of Stock

24″ x 36″ screenprint limited to 50  $350
On sale NOW HERE

Pacolli's "Speak & Spell"

Edition of 150   

Signed and numbered    

Dimensions: 50 x 50 cm

Five color screen print on Fedrigoni Old Mill 300gsm paper

Price:  £75.00


MAXX242's Calgary Soundgarden Show Print

18”x24” 5 Color screen print 
Signed and numbered
edition of 90
$40 + $10 shipping

Wednesday, August 10, 2011


  • The Invisible Man by Kevin Tong - 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 285. $45

  • The Mummy by Martin Ansin – 24″ x 36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 385. $45

  • The Mummy variant (with hieroglyphics) by Martin Ansin – . 24″ x 36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Variant edition of 150. $75

  • These posters will be on sale at a random time Thursday August 11 HERE

    Joshua Budich's "Reservoir Dogs" ON SALE TODAY

    screen print
    signed and numbered by the artist
    edition of 150
    24" x 36"


    Releasing later today, Wednesday, August 10th, at 5pm PST. (8pm EST)

    Kody Christian's Video Game Typographic Posters

     "Fine art print on bright white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using an advanced digital dry ink method to ensure vibrant image quality. Custom trimmed with 1" border for framing."

    You can pick the size you want. You can also get them on T-shirts, hoodies, etc.

    BUY them HERE

    Jerod Gibson's “37 Posters” Typographic Movie Posters

    "Fine art print on bright white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using an advanced digital dry ink method to ensure vibrant image quality. Custom trimmed with 1" border for framing."

    You can pick the size you want.  You can also get them on T-shirts, hoodies, etc.

    Check out his homepage HERE

    Alkaline Trio + Slayer, Rob Zombie & Exodus Gig Posters

    Slayer, Rob Zombie & Exodus screenprinted poster

    Screen printed 3 colors. Black, Red & Silver ink

    16" X 24"

    110 lb acid free paper stock

    Alkaline Trio Screenprinted Poster

    Limited Edition of 50 prints (only 40 for sale)

    Printed with Black and Silver ink on 100 lb French paper. Numbered and signed.

    17.5" X 25"       

    BUY them HERE

    Original Alex Pardee Artwork Available

     Each are Ink on Paper & 18 x 24

    $500 each

    See bigger pictures & BUY them HERE

    6 new prints from Kneedeepinsleep

    Giclees by Ruben Ireland, Ben Thomas, Bec Winnel, Ollie Munden, Grant Coghill, & Michael Latimer.

    Limited to 50

    £26 each

    See the rest and BUY them HERE

    Buff Monster and Jeremyville's "Sprout Up" Show @ CCM

    Buff Monster and Jeremyville

    Sprout Up

    August 5th to September 4th, 2011

    Welcome the wild and crazy stylings of Buff Monster and Jeremyville! This event is sure to tickle you pink!

    Buff Monster lives in Hollywood and cites heavy metal music, ice cream and Japanese culture as major influences. The color pink, a symbol of confidence, individuality and happiness, is present in everything he creates. Buff Monster’s creative endeavors began by putting up thousands of hand-silkscreened posters across Los Angeles and in far-away places. His frequent poster missions developed into a productive street art career, and he now works on fine art paintings, collectible toys and select design projects.

    Jeremyville is an artist, product designer and author. He wrote the first book in the world on designer toys called 'Vinyl Will Kill', in 2003, and his 2nd book 'Jeremyville Sessions', (both published by IdN, distributed by Gingko). Jeremyville has been in group shows at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg, Colette in Paris, the Madre Museum in Napoli, the 796 Arts District in Beijing, and Giant Robot in New York. Converse has released 2 Jeremyville Chuck Taylor high tops, and Kidrobot have released several of his designer toys. He also regularly speaks at creative conferences, having spoken at Pictoplasma in Berlin this year, and upcoming conferences in Argentina, Norway, New York and Brazil.

    BUY prints HERE

    The Bungaloo's Gig Posters

    Hand-screened Gigposter 18 x 24
    Printed on 100# French Cover Paper
    Signed and Numbered
    Limited Editions
    $20 each

    BUY them HERE