Saturday, October 1, 2011

Daniel Danger "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" SDCC & AP

Star Trek: The Motion Picture SDCC

 Star Trek: The Motion Picture artist proof

$60 each 24" x 36" BUY them HERE

Drew Struzan: Oeuvre Hardcover Book

"Drew Struzan has created some of the most iconic movie posters of the last 30 years, including Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and Blade Runner.  This sumptuous hardcover edition, with a foreword by George Lucas, features over 250 pieces of artwork, including all of Drew's most iconic movie images, as well as other highlights from his career, including album, book and comic book covers, stamps, trading cards, promotional artwork and very personal original works. The text will be written by his wife Dylan, providing an intimate look at the man and his legacy."

Only $31.33 @ Amazon BUY it HERE

David Ball "Conditioned" Giclée

16"x 24 1/8" with a 2.5" handling border (paper is 21" x 29.5")
Printed on archival, imported 300 lb. Italian cold-pressed watercolor paper using archival inks
Each print is signed and numbered by the artist
Edition of 100


Friday, September 30, 2011

State of Shock Studio's Free "Dexter Paper Toy"

Download & print yours from HERE

Bast's "Stumpy Gun" Black & Red

Dimensions114.5 cm x 84 cm
MaterialOne-colour screen print on Heritage white 315gsm paper
CommentsSigned by the artist
Price£750.00BUY it HERE 

Dimensions114.5 cm x 84 cm
MaterialOne-colour screen print on Heritage white 315gsm paper
CommentsSigned by the artist
Price£500.00BUY it HERE         

UNHUMAN's "Freddie" & "Elvis" + t-shirt

TITLE: Freddie
STYLE: 4 color print on 300 grams white paper.
YEAR: 2011
SIZE: w 450 mm x h 320 mm
MEDIA - Giclee
PRICE - 50 euro ( shipping including worldwide )
EDITION: Strictly limited to only tencopies: # 10
Please note, this print is numbered, signed and stamped by the artist him self which makes it 100% artist proof.

TITLE: Elvis
STYLE: 3 color print on 300 grams white paper.
YEAR: 2011
SIZE: w 450 mm x h 320 mm
MEDIA - Giclee
PRICE - 50 euro ( shipping including worldwide )
EDITION: Strictly limited to only ten copies: # 10
Please note, this print is numbered, signed and stamped by the artist him self which makes it 100% artist proof. 
You will receive a t-shirt with your purchase. BUY them HERE

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Ian Millward's "Flutter"


Medium: Stencil & Spraypaint
Paper: Stonehenge
Size: 11" x 14"
Edition: 6
Price: $50

Note: 6 hand cut stencils and spraypaint. Each print has a unique color scheme. Prints come signed, numbered and with a hand made certificate of authenticity (COA).

View all 6 versions HERE

Gallery 1988's "The Butcher Kings" with Alex Pardee & Skinner

Gallery 1988 revealed the first (and perhaps ONLY) details about Alex Pardee & Skinner's new 2-man art show "THE BUTCHER KINGS" which opens next thursday Oct 6 at Gallery 1988 in LA.

Here is what Jensen Karp, owner & curator of Gallery 1988 says about the show:
"I don't even really know what to say. Today, I was lucky enough to see a small preview of the work that will be on display at our Melrose location starting October 6th and I haven't really spoken to anyone since. Alex Pardee and Skinner, who have taken the idea of a 2-man show to brand new heights by living with each other and working non-stop next to each other for the past 2 weeks, have created what might be the craziest, and most impressive shows I've ever seen. This one is going to tightly wrapped in secrecy, because the goal of the show is to see it's massive undertaking all at one time, and give you the ability to buy some incredible affordable art (keep in mind, the last time we did that it was Olly Moss's show, so expect more greatness).

You won't be seeing much before the show, outside of some more photos, and a video or two, but I PROMISE YOU, you will not want to miss this show. Alex and Skinner will be at the opening reception on October 6th, from 7-10 PM at Melrose. On the scale of 1-10, this work is just ridiculous. SHAKING MY HEAD."

If you are around LA any time in October, make sure you stop by and check out "THE BUTCHER KINGS".

Visit Gallery 1988 HERE
Source: Zerofriends Newsletter

Marq Spusta's "In The Sun" Nirvana Inspired Print

Artwork inspired by Nirvana for the EMP Exhibit.
18″ x 24″ screen print. Artist Edition of 100 on green paper.
A few lucky customers will receive a rare variant with their order.

Kyle Hughes-Odger's "Then Everything Beneath Me Changed"

19" x 13"
Limited to 40
Signed & Numbered
On sale 10/6 @ 1xRUN

Stanley Donwood's "Roseland"

Limited to 44 prints
2 color screenprint on 270gsm archival stock
Signed, Numbered and Embossed with the Slowly Downward Manufactory stamp.
£49.38 plus delivery


Max Neutra's "Into Oblivion"

24" x 18"  
Limited Edition of 25
Signed & Numbered
Available at Beyond Eden October 1st!

(310) 450-6960 ·  

Stay tuned for more details of Max Neutra's upcoming solo show "Mutations"
January 2012 at C.A.V.E. Gallery

Drew Stuzan's "Frankenstein"

15" x 36" screen print
Signed & Numbered
Edition of 325
21 colors
On sale Friday, 9/30 @ a random time HERE

Magnificent Beard's New Prints

There are a bunch of other prints on their site as well.  Prices range from $20-$30.

Jeff Soto’s “Shackled”

20" x 30" giclee
Signed & Numbered
Edition of 50
Shipping: $10 USA, $20 Canada, or $30 INT

Michael Latimer's “Mid Sentience”

Pen, watercolor, spraypaint & acrylic
A1 £100 or A2 £60 sized Giclee print on 305gsm Hahnemühle German etching paper using the finest Epson archival pigment inks.
The A1 print has a 1 inch border, the A2 has 0.5
An edition of 100, signed and numbered

There is a LOT of incredible detail in this print.


Part of the proceeds will be going to a good cause:
"Cyrus has chosen Crossroads RI as his artwork's charity. Crossroads is the leading homeless service organization in Rhode Island. Founded in 1894, the organization provides 24 hour assistance 7 days a week to homeless Rhode Islanders. Crossroads works to develop programs that address both immediate and long-term needs, allowing individuals and families to, once again, become independent. $250 dollars from the sale of Cyrus' artwork will be donated to the organization."
Signed & Numbered
Letterpress Print # 45 of 100
15.75" x 24"

Dan Grzeca's "Swans" @ Bottom Lounge Sept 2011 Gig Poster

Here is what Dan had to say about it:
"I was super pleased to be asked to make a poster for Swans' performance at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago. I've been a fan of Michael Gira's music for over 20 years, so to make a poster for this show was really nice. The imagery is inspired by their most recent record, “My Father Will Guide Me Up A Rope To The Sky”
18" x 24"

Signed and Numbered
Limited to 140 on Wausau manila stock.
There are some other new prints on his site as well.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Tim Doyle's "Logan's Run"

Purple Variant

There is a regular edition (red) limited to 200 & a variant edition (purple) limited to 60 printed on metallic ice silver paper.  They are both 16" x 24" and will be signed & numbered.

They are on sale today at a random time HERE.

Gregg Gordon's "Primus" Richmond, VA. Gig Poster


18 X 24 INCH
PRICE: $45.00 

18 X 24 INCH
PRICE: $90.00

Two Rabbits Studios' "The Eels" & "Adele" Gig Posters

Eels Gig Poster
"EELS is a one man musical monster. His beard and glasses are as iconic as his music. So we wanted to pay homage to the man behind the myth with this poster. This 3 color treasure is printed on 100# Cougar natural, and comes signed and numbered as an edition of 29. Standard frame size of 18'' x 24''
Adele Gig Poster
"Adele has risen from the veritable ashes of top 40. An angelic voice calling us out of so much auto-tuned muck! Our tribute to her and her old school class is this lovely little poster. Its humble at 11'' x 23'' and only 2 colors (Orange and Black). Lovingly screened on a light, slightly green cover stock."

Jermaine Rogers’ “Used” & “Aleppin Sane” vinyl figure

Regular Edition
16″ x 24″ screenprint
Limited to 100

Foil Variant
Limited to 20

- ABOUT THE PIECE -September 2011 marks the 20th anniversary of a pretty special album in rock and roll history. Jermaine explains:

'When a young band from Seattle unleashed their second album onto the world, everyone took notice. An entire generation responded to a voice that 'came from you and me.' I remember the first time I heard a track from that record: I was in a used bookstore on a Thursday evening, buying a book about Jack Davis (the EC Artist.) The radio in the store was tuned to Rice University radio (KTRU): they used to play an amazing hardcore show on Thursday evenings. The DJ mentioned that he was about to play a song from the new Nirvana record. I'd heard the band before and liked them, though me and my pals back then felt the cream-of-the-Sub-Pop-crop was Mr. Mark Arm and the mighty Mudhoney. Anyways, the DJ played 'Lounge Act'....& everyone in the store (it was a pretty eccentric clientele) was nodding their heads to the music. I remember a guy who was wearing a Cure shirt asking the guy at the counter, 'Who is that?'. Remember thinking to myself, 'Wow. It's a 'Pop' song!'. I guess I was hooked right there. Eventually, the mainstream media realized that there was a huge segment of the population who preferred an 'alternative'...& they provided a full array of 'also-rans', as they are prone to do.

Sure, no one's saying that Nirvana was responsible for everything that happened post-1991: there were tons of bands and various record labels, scores of little punk-pop records and amazing shows which provided an intricate 'root system' of sorts...for the tree that would soon sprout up and proclaim itself as 'the new sound.' Still, you gotta admit that this band, & in particular the songwriting on that record, cast an intimidating shadow over the world of popular music and set a new standard that few could measure up to...then and now. Not bad for a guy who hated himself and wanted to die.

When I first released the 'Used' art print back in 2004, it was immediately snatched up by collectors. I originally created the print to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of KC's death. Now, on this 20 year anniversary of the seminal piece of work that most defined him, I want to release this variant, sporting a warm color palette different from the cool blues and teals of the regular version. So many people have gone in circles trying to find this print, so I feel it's also a little gift from me to them.' 

On Sale 9/30 @ 3pm EST


“Aleppin Sane” vinyl figure
"Based on the iconic imagery originally created in 2008 for a Foo Fighters poster, the 'Aleppin Sane' vinyl figure measures 8 inches tall and commands attention with zen-like calm. There are a total of 7 colorway variants which will be released for the figure. More info about these releases and where they will be available is forthcoming. The regular edition is now available worldwide at all the usual spots where designer vinyl is sold, including these fine establishments:" 

Rotofugi :
Toy Tokyo :
Tenacious Toys :
Lift :

Zombie Yeti's "Primus" Albany NY Gig Poster

Regular Edition
18" x 24"
2 color silk screen print
limited edition of 150
signed and numbered
20 available
Silver Variant 
Limited to 7 Available
18" x 24"
2 color silk screen print printed on super shiny pearlescent heavyweight paper
limited edition of 20
signed and numbered
On sale today 9/28 @ a random time

Jamie Reed's "Beirut at Terminal 5"

"Beirut with Laetitia Sadier at Terminal 5 in New York. Printed with gold, brown and blue inks on light blue French Speckletone Starch Rain paper."
Signed & numbered edition of 100. Hand printed.
19" x 25" for $20

Jeff Soto's "Pearl Jam" Montreal Gig Poster

Regular Edition Limited to 100 $65 On Sale 9/28 @ 12 noon PST
Variant Edition Limited to 20 $120 On sale 9/29 @ noon PST

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Sean Cliver's "Pearl Jam" AP Edition

Regular Gold $45 Limited to 100
Silver Variant $70 Limited to 20
18" x 24"
Signed & Numbered
On sale 9/27 @ a random time

Octopus Tree House's "When They Were Young, Star Wars Edition"

12" x 12" w/ semi-gloss finish
Pictured is the set of 4 for $70
Individual Prints are $20

Spoke Art's "Quentin vs. Coen Round Three: Los Angeles"

Oliver Barrett

Quentin vs. Coen
Round Three: Los Angeles
October 1st and 2nd

Spoke Art is very proud to announce the third and final round of our nationally touring art show, 'Quentin vs. Coen.'

Following huge turnouts in New York City and San Francisco, 'QvC' is making its way down the pop culture mecca of the world, Los Angeles.

On Saturday, October 1st and Sunday, October 2nd, SoCal residents will finally get their chance to see the hundred-plus collection of original paintings, sculpture, and limited edition prints in person at the Beyond Eden Art Fair in East Hollywood.

For more information on the fair, directions and hours, please visit the Beyond Eden website:  

To RSVP for the event, please visit our Facebook event page:  

Admission is free

If you would like to receive a preview of the original works from the show, please shoot us an email and we'll put you on the collector list.

Hope to see you in LA this weekend!

Audrey Pongracz
Michael Ramstead
Cate Rangel

Peter Adamyan

This info. comes directly from their newsletter.

Viktor Hertz's "Pictogram Music Posters"

You can buy them on prints, t-shirts, postcards, & posters.
BUY them & more HERE