Gary Taxali has announced the upcoming release of his 44 new Hand-Painted Multiples (HPM). Each HPM is an original work painted in acrylic on a 4 colour silkscreen print. They measure 20 inches by 26 inches on cotton rag and retail for $500.00 plus shipping.
The works will be part of a group exhibition entitled "Cluster", at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC. The opening reception is on Wednesday, August 3rd 2016 from 6PM to 8PM. To purchase, contact the Jonathan LeVine Gallery: email@example.com.
Patrick Wong has launched a new subscription Sticker of the Month Club on the crowdfunding site Patreon based on characters from his portfolio. The first three characters have been designed and the vinyl stickers will be 3 1/2" packaged with in a clear bag and header. For as little as $4.00 a month, you can get a diecut vinyl sticker mailed to you anywhere in the world, access to patrons-only posts that will include posts like timelapses and process work, and the goodwill for helping to support his art practice through the Patreon site.
The first sticker packs will be billed on February 1st 2016 and mailed out shortly after. The proceeds go to developing new characters, equipment upgrades, and time to work on new sculpts, art toys, illustrations and of course producing diecut vinyl stickers. You can join via the above link.
Prints on Wood has announced a new print sculpture from artist Joe Ledbetter. The Totem piece features two double-sided fine art prints on wood, fitting together to form a stand-alone sculpture. The Totem stands over 2-feet tall and will be signed and numbered by the artist.
The totem is fully produced in Riverside, CA, and will be shipped in time for Christmas. The piece will be available to pre-order from Prints on Wood through Tuesday October 27th 2015 at 11AM PT for $250.00 each. After that, the Totem sculpture will no longer be available to purchase.
SubUrban Vinyl has teamed up with John Grayson to give his original sold out silk screen Troopin Sane print the wood treatment. These wood prints, printed by Prints On Wood on 1/2" sustainable birch wood, will be available in two different sizes and three different colors. The 8-inch by 8-inch wood print will come in Mustard and Olive backgrounds, limited to just 25 pieces of each. Also, the 10-inch by 10-inch Light Blue version will be limited to only 10 pieces.
The prints will be available at New York Comic Con Booth #208 in The Block starting when the doors open on Thursday October 8th 2015. John will be at the booth signing the prints on Thursday from Noon to 1PM. If there are any remaining after the convention, they will be sold online at SubUrban Vinyl's website. No word on pricing on these.
Nathan Hamill will be releasing a new print today - Wednesday April 29th 2015 - at Noon PT via his online shop. "Seldom The Never" is a Giclée Print Moab Entrada Cotton Rag 300 GSM Stock (whatever all of that mumbo-jumbo means) that measures 11" x 14" and comes signed by the artist for $25.00.
A new Gary Taxali limited edition print is being released through Dynamo Editions and the Jonathan Levine Gallery entitled, "I Love Only You". The 6 color silkscreen on Arches, 270gsm, measures 25" x 35" and is a signed and numbered edition of 50 pieces. It's available via Dynamo Editions here and priced at $250.00.
Gallery 1988 will be releasing a new set of prints for the holidays. The Scott C. "Showdowns Set 15" will be available on Black Friday - November 28th 2014 - both online and in-store. The set will feature five prints...all from Disney•Pixar films.
This is just a great piece of art. From Tim Wollweber, he created this homage to Popeye. Created for the official Popeye Anniversary Art Showat Hero Complex Gallery, it pictures Popeye literally knocking Bluto out of the frame. It sold at the show, but there are plenty of other great Popeye inspired artwork available via the gallery.
Big Kev's Geek Stuff has teamed up with Doktor A for New York Comic Con 2014. They will have an exclusive 6” x 8” print of “Harry K. Nidd”, an arachno-robotic denizen of Retropolis. This is a limited edition run of 25 signed and numbered prints. They will be available at the Geek Stuff Booth #127 for $15.oo.
With the opening of The Heads of Advertising at Kansas City’s Reactor Design Studio, designer and director Dana Lechtenberg, contributor to Gallery1988 in Los Angeles and coordinator for Thirty-Three and a Third Album Art Shows, offers visitors a deeper glimpse into the personalities behind Saturday morning cartoons and after school TV commercials.
“When I was about nine or ten, I would go to the local grocery store with my mom, grab a brown paper bag from the big barrel of peanuts, sit in front of the cereal aisle, and draw the characters from the boxes,” said Lechtenberg. “The show is a just a chance to smile, maybe hum a jingle or two and think about these lovable guys whose sole mission was to get us to beg our parents to spend.”
An opening-night reception will be held on Friday September 5th 2014 from 5PM to 9PM. Reactor is located at 1817 Grand Boulevard, Kansas City, MO. The show will be on display for about a month and with fifteen portraits including Burger King, Captain Cupcake, Frankenberry, Bud Man, Sprout, Woodsy Owl, Charlie Tuna, and Quisp.