Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Justin Hampton The Purple One Prince Art Print Release

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Justin Hampton will be releasing a new art print this week featuring Prince.

I literally put three years of work into this image off and on. I wanted to perfect it before revealing it. I only recently became fully satisfied that I had achieved the vision I had in my head and thought it was ready for production and release. With the timing of the fifth year of his passing this coming week it seemed like the right moment had come to finally share this image with the world. I’m very proud to announce my tribute to the only and only Purple One; Prince, in a defining moment of his career that launched him as a true icon for the ages. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did creating it.-JH
There will be 3 different editions. 
 
'The Purple One' main edition art print $60.
 Limited Edition: 75 
Size: 24"x 36" 
Type: Ten Color Screen Print with three metallic inks 
Markings: Signed & Numbered by Justin Hampton & JH Logo Embossed
 
Lava foil variant $100.
Limited Edition: 30 
Size: 24"x 36" 
Type: Ten Color Screen Print on Holographic Lava Foil paper stock 
Markings: Signed & Numbered by Justin & JH Logo Embossed.
 
Stardream variant $100.
Limited Edition: 30 
Size: 24"x 36" 
Type: Ten Color Screen Print on Stardream Kunzite metallic flaked paper stock 
Markings: Signed & Numbered by Justin & JH Logo Embossed.
 
On sale Wednesday, April 21st at 12 Noon PDT/ 3 PM EDT in Justin Hampton's Online Store.

Friday, April 16, 2021

Brian Methe Maynard James Keenan Bottom Art Print Release

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Brian Methe has released a new print inspired by Tool and Ohio born, Maynard James Keenan. The print is entitled “Bottom” and is a limited edition of 40 with 10 foil variants. he’ll also be offering one-of-a-kind, doodled versions.  Prints are $45 with free domestic shipping.

Brian is also releasing a new “Seahawks” variant color way of his “It didn’t feel like a TV show” unplugged print. Limited edition of 30. 

 Available now in Brian Methe's Store HERE.

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Dragon76 Guardian of the Sea Art Print Release

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PangeaSeed Foundation is pleased to announce the latest fine art print release for their educational print program, Printed Oceans. Featuring original artwork by supporting ARTivist Dragon76 (Japan).

"Guardian of the Sea" is a hand-crafted edition focusing on the importance of maintaining the balance of the delicate ocean ecosystem. The ocean is the great unifier and coexistence is key to the survival of countless species, including ourselves. If we wish to thrive and leave a healthy planet for future generations, we must learn to respect all species that we share this blue planet with.

Artist: Dragon76
Title: “Guardian of the Sea”
Edition size: 50 regular and 10 uniquely hand-embellished by the artist
Dimensions: 18x24 inches with a one-inch border
Paper: Canson Aquarelle 310gsm museum-grade archival paper
Details: Signed and numbered by the artist
Price: $100 regular edition | $200 hand-embellished

Release date: Thursday, April 15 at 12 pm PST (Los Angeles) via https://shop.pangeaseed.org

Artist statement :

"The ocean and marine life are at a tipping point, and coexistence with nature is a universal and everlasting challenge for humanity to restore a thriving environment. I hope this picture will leave an impression on viewers, allowing them to think about what actions we all can and should take and those we should give up for a chance to restore such an environment. I will be happy if my artwork can inspire people to consider their personal environmental impact." - Dragon76

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Halloween Movie Poster By Tyler Stout Release

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Halloween... in April? Sure, why not. Who really needs a reason to celebrate one of the best horror films in the genre! And that's why Grey Matter Art enlisted the help of one of their good pals and artist, Tyler Stout to create this epic poster for the 1978 John Carpenter Directed slasher film, Halloween! To see Tyler conjure up a poster for this film is a real treat. They know fans have been clamoring to see him tackle this classic property for a while now and the time has finally come where we get to see him check it off his long list of John Carpenter films. You can tell Tyler is a huge admirer of this movie when you see all of the time and detail that went into making this stunning work of art. This poster captures the essence of Halloween perfectly by blending some of our favorite scenes together and combining them with classic imagery from the film. It's these many elements that continue to remind us why this cinematic masterpiece remains so special to us after all of these years. Halloween will be sold in two separate Editions, a Regular Edition with orange highlights that really accentuate the poster and give off that classic Halloween look and a Limited Edition Gold Metallic Variant that really makes the poster just seem to pop.

The Regular Edition is available for only 24 Hours, so be sure to grab one while you can! 

 Also, GMA will be inserting Handbills created by Tyler randomly into customers orders, so be on the lookout for those.

Halloween Regular Edition by Tyler Stout
24” x 36” Screen Print - (4/Color on French Speckletone Madero Beach)
Hand-Numbered Timed Edition
$65 
24 Hour Timed Edition Sale - Size will be determined by the number of prints sold through Friday, April 16th @ 12:59 PM ET.

Halloween Variant Edition
24” x 36” Screen Print - (4/Color w/Gold Metallic Inks Cougar Natural)
Edition Size - 450
$110 

Variant Edition will be randomly sold throughout the day with release notifications going out via Grey Matter Art’s Twitter Page.

Halloween by Tyler Stout Goes On Sale Thursday 04/15 at 1 PM EDT. through Friday 04/16 at 12:59 PM EDT. in the Grey Matter Art Shop!

Friday, April 9, 2021

Elton John New York Poster By Ryan Richardson Pratt Release

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Elton John made his American concert debut in the summer of 1970, and in October he released his third album in less than two years, Tumbleweed Connection. By year's end, he was back in the States for more shows, one of which would be the setting for his first live LP, 17-11-70. On November 17, 1970 John gave a performance with drummer Nigel Olsson and bassist Dee Murray at A&R Recording Studios in New York City. The show was set up as a promotion for his new LP, and was broadcast live on WABC-FM.

John gave one of his most definitive early performances on 17-11-70. In addition to original material like "Take Me to the Pilot," "Burn Down the Mission" and "Sixty Years On," John and the band take on songs by the Rolling Stones ("Honky Tonk Women") and a medley that includes nods to both Elvis Presley and the Beatles. John cut his hand at some point during the performance, and by the end of the show, the piano keys were covered with blood. John has stated in several interviews that he believes that this recording is his best live performance.

According to John, a live album was never planned as a release. Recordings of the broadcast, however, were so popular among bootleggers it prompted the record label to release it as an album on April 9, 1971. John also had released 2 full studio albums (Elton John and Tumbleweed Connection) and a movie soundtrack (Friends) when the live LP was issued, making him the first musician or band since The Beatles to have 4 records simultaneously land in the Top 100.

Collectionzz are honored to commemorate another golden anniversary for the iconic Elton John with these official screenprints by Ryan Richardson Pratt:

It was an exciting challenge illustrating this milestone in Elton's trajectory. I tried to focus on what made this night's performance special. The image is an echo of the stark original album cover, slightly expanded and illuminated with the "Bad Side of the Moon" looming above. It's Elton before the iconic costumes and stadiums of fans. Stripped down and intimate. A showcase of the hungry young rising star with his leg kicked up, fingers assailing the keys, while lighting up the airwaves and midtown Manhattan skyline with his unique energy and attitude. -Ryan Richardson Pratt
Rainbow Foil Edition - $100.00
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 150
Paper: 12pt Rainbow Holofoil
Hand Numbered
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Pearl Paper Edition - $100.00
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 50
Paper: 100# Pearlescent
Hand Numbered
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity 

On sale Friday at 2PM EDT in the Iconic By Collectionzz Store.

Dave Kloc Pearl Jam & Leon Russell Posters Release

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First is Dave Kloc's Leon Russell poster, which he did in collaboration with the group Collectionzz to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his hit “A Song For You”. This poster will be available in two editions, one on Manilla Yellow paper and one on Rainbow Foil stock. Seven colors on French Paper, 18”x24”, Editions of 50 and 25 respectively. 

  His second poster is a piece commissioned by a group of Pearl Jam fans who wanted to create a gig poster for each song of a fantasy set list. Each artist was given a song from the set list and a poster for that song was made, a brilliant idea in Dave's opinion. Dave was given the song Last Exit ! It is available in two color ways, on off-white paper, and on Plum Punch paper. These were printed by End Hymns in Grand Rapids, MI. 6 Colors on French Paper, both 18”x24”. Editions of 5 each. 

All the posters will be released at 3pm EDT in Dave Kloc's Webstore HERE.

Hannah Eddy Protect What You Love Art Print Release

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PangeaSeed Foundation is pleased to announce the latest fine art print release for their educational print program, Printed Oceans. Featuring original artwork by supporting ARTivist Hannah Eddy (USA).

The ocean produces over half of the world's oxygen that we depend on for survival and absorbs 50 times more carbon dioxide than our atmosphere. Covering 70 percent of the Earth's surface, the ocean regulates our climate, weather patterns and a major source of protein for billions of people around the world. We are tied to the health of the ocean and simply put, without healthy oceans, life on land is impossible.

"Protect What You Love" is a limited art screenprint edition
Artist: Hannah Eddy (USA)
Title: "Protect What You Love"
Edition sizes: Regular edition of 50, seven-color screenprint on 100# French paper, signed and numbered prints | Variant edition of 25 on Reich metallic pearl paper with glitter overlay, seven-color screenprint, signed and numbered prints | Variant edition of 25 on rainbow holographic foil paper with glitter overlay, seven-color screenprint, signed and numbered prints
Dimensions: 18x24 inches full bleed
Pricing: $75 for regular edition and $125 for variant editions
Printed by VGKids (USA)

Available NOW via https://shop.pangeaseed.org

Artist Statement:

"When humans love something we tend to protect it. If we could all find some sort of connection to the natural world it will no doubt lead to more care for our environment. The more we remember that we are all in this together and everything works together, the more we will value the importance of a healthy and biodiverse planet. My design was created to represent this connection we have with nature.

Many people, including myself, have found an appreciation for nature through outdoor activities such as surfing. When you fall in love with activities that are so directly related to breathable air, clean water, stable weather patterns, and a healthy snowpack you can’t help but think about what you can do to protect the environment. I hope to encourage more people to get outside and experience the natural world in order to nurture our connection and love for it." - Hannah Eddy

Mexifunk Ice Cube Minneapolis 1991 Poster

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 Iconic by Collectionzz are commemorating the 30th anniversary of Ice Cube’s notorious concert at Minneapolis' First Avenue on March 4, 1991 with a powerful 11 color screenprinted poster called THE BOMB '91 by artist Mexifunk

 Available now at Iconic Collectionzz Store HERE.

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Black Crowes Atlanta Poster By Vance Kelly Release

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In 1990 The Black Crowes gave the rock genre a much-needed swift kick in the ass with their debut album Shake Your Money Maker. That album, fueled by singles "Jealous Again," "Twice As Hard," "She Talks To Angels," and a rollicking cover of fellow Georgian Otis Redding's "Hard To Handle," immediately took the music world by storm, selling over 5 million records and topping Rolling Stone's "Best New American Band Readers Poll" in late 1990.

To commemorate the 30th anniversary of their debut album, the band recently released a multi-format reissue of Shake Your Money Maker, which included a previously unreleased iconic live set from December 20, 1990 at The Center Stage in Atlanta, GA. The Robinson brothers sat down with the AJC to discuss what made that show at Atlanta’s Center Stage so special:
CR: We did two or three nights there and one of them was my 24th birthday. The year before we were probably playing The Cotton Club or The Point in Little Five Points to 30 people. To have that first year of success with the record and us (becoming) The Black Crowes – it was super special to see all of our friends and family there. People magazine was there to interview our parents! We were so excited to have Chuck Leavell (who played on the album) play on those shows. The footage from the “She Talks to Angels” video was from those shows.

RR: I was 19 when we made (“Shake Your Moneymaker”) and realistically a year out of high school and living with my parents. So to get on a bus and go out for a year and come back to two or three sold-out shows at this venue where we had watched so many people play…I mean, I saw the Replacements there, I saw Iggy Pop with Jane’s Addiction opening, The Church - just so many cool bands had played there. For us to come back and play it was pretty cool. I was shocked at how good the show sounded. There was a lot of energy, a lot of good playing, a lot of excitement.
Vance Kelly created the official poster for us commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Homecoming Concerts:
When The Black Crowes first came on the scene back in 1990, I was blown away. I loved their 70's Rock and Blues vibe and still a fan to this day. I used their original two crows from that era for inspiration and took it into a more ethereal realm. - Vance Kelly

Available now at  Iconic Collectionzz Store.

Kilian Eng The Botanist's Window Art Print Release

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This week Black Dragon Press are releasing a very special art print by the mighty Kilian Eng. First seen in Wired Magazine, this classic illustration is one of Kilian's most loved and one we are asked about often. And for good reason.

The print is 18" x 24" giclee print on 308 gsm Hahnemühle Cotton Photo Rag paper.
Hand numbered. Gallery stamp on the reverse.

‘The Botanist's Window’ is now available for 48 hours. The edition run will be determined by the number of prints sold during that time and will never be reprinted.

Buy it at Black Dragon Press.

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