Cool looking poster by the same artist that did the Calgary poster. Yet we still dont know who that artist is.
Artist is ACORN
Good and Evil.
Here at Nakatomi Print Labs, we’re always trying to improve our set-up. Test the limits of what we can print, and explore the boundaries of screenprinting. One thing we don’t do a lot of is photo-collage work. So, we decided to fire up the ‘ol photoshop and see what we could do.
We printed these as a photo resolution test, but they’re just way too cool not to get out there. Since obviously ZERO thought went into these, we’re selling ‘em cheap. But really, what thought needs to go into DON KNOTTS vs. OSAMA BIN LADEN duking it out on the GAME GRID. We weren’t thinking with our minds…we were thinking with our hearts.
2 prints each measuring 11 3/4″ square.
Only 15 sets available to the public, the rest will be digitized at ENCOM and sent to compete in the games.
Available HERE for $15 per set in the Art Prints section!
They've got a couple dozen of these laying around, and they’re throwing them in for free w/ every poster order. And again, no purchase needed- you want one, swing on by the print shop, or send a SAST (Self Addressed , Stamped Tube) to Nakatomi HQ, and they’ll send one of these right back to you while supplies last. Just make sure you include enough postage for a 1lb priority mail shipment for it to get back to you!
PLEASE NOTE- They can only ship these freebie posters with other poster orders (unless you send a tube!). If you order a sticker set or a t-shirt pick POSTER shipping, so they can’t get it in there all together in a tube. And SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED TUBE means you HAVE TO INCLUDE RETURN SHIPPING either in the form of cash or postage!
Dave and Holly Combs are wonderful people as well as the founders of PEEL Zine. They took the risk of following their artistic passion and have paid the price of losing their home. I created this print with and for them to raise money to help with their huge debt. PEEL has helped to support and grow the street art community and I believe they deserve to have the favor returned. Profits from this print go to help the Combs family. Please help out.
The Sticker Kit Print will so on sale 10/6 at a Random Time, Limit 1. Edition of 450, 18×24, S/N, $45.
The unveiling of exclusive OBEY x PEEL poster by Shephard Fairey for Peel Magazine (authors of MBP’s PEEL: The Art of the Sticker) will take place at the first Mark Batty Publisher (MBP) Urban Arts Fest: a full day dedicated to the thriving urban arts community MBP has advocated since its inception. With skateboard demos, live graffiti writing, installations, music and DJs, open bar dance party at night, and plenty of art and books for sale, there will be something for everyone! The non-profit beneficiary is Art for Progress, which supports rising multi-discipline arts in New York City.
Castle Braid, Bushwick, Brooklyn
114 Troutman Street btwn Central & Evergreen Ave
J, M, Z to Myrtle- Bwy/ M to Central Ave/ L to Morgan Ave
Saturday, October 3, 2009 All-Ages: 1pm-8pm. 21+ up: 8pm- 2am
It’s $15 cash at the door & $10 in advance for the whole day & night – ages 12 and under get in for FREE! Night entry includes Hoegaarden open bar from 8PM on! Buy your tickets in advance on TicketLeap.com here.
A full schedule will be added to our website this week – please check in for updates here: http://markbattypublisher.com/mbp-urban-arts-fest
Gallery-style art installations from Mark Batty Publisher books and international collectives
Live graffiti exhibitions & public graffiti wall sponsored by Montana Colors
Live entertainment, DJs, dance & musical performances
Substance Skateboards sponsored open skate park & game of S.K.A.T.E. with cash prizes & giveaways
Unveiling of exclusive OBEY x PEEL poster by Shephard Fairey for Peel Magazine (authors of MBP’s PEEL: The Art of the Sticker)
Special Guest Signings
All Ages Arts & Crafts: postal sticker tagging how-to; design your own “Umberto” character from Dutch artisit/illustrator Tijn Snoodijk; make-your-own recycled material tote bags with Bags for the People, and more!
Local & International Artist Showcases & Tables
Shopping (MBP bookstore & Local Artists’ offerings)
Food & Drinks (Honest Ade, Hoegaarden, Local Food Truck Vendors)
Gift Bags & Prizes – with bags from Bags for the People, goodies from Mimobots, Cafe Bustelo, Zoo York, AIAIAI, Baby Phat, Phat Farm and more!
Martha Cooper, Going Postal
Dave & Holly Combs, Peel: The Art of the Sticker
J. Namdev Hardisty, New Skateboard Graphics; DIY Album Art: Paper Bags & Office Supplies
Remo Camerota, Graffiti Japan
Artists from ORBIT Gallery (featured in upcoming EdgyCute book: Joe Scarano, Angie Mason, Michael Caines, Chris Uminga, BECCA, Emma Overman, Robbie Busch, Motomich Nakamura; and Frank Sheehan)
Special Guest Curator Mighty Tanaka
RobotsWillKill (featured in Going Postal & PEEL: The Art of the Sticker)
Project Super Friends
Royce Bannon (featured in Going Postal)
Chris Stain (featured in Going Postal)
Destroy & Rebuild
Abe Lincoln Jr.
Indigo & Mania
Tijn Snoodjik of Shop Around (Amsterdam)
PERFORMANCES (with Host iLLspokinN)
DJ Statik Selektah
Hot 97’s DJ Juanyto
Krts (Powerstrip Circus)
Guest DJ Jason Mizell (son of Jam Master Jay)
William B. Johnson’s Drumadics
Supply and Demand: 20 Year Retrospective
Oct 18, 2009 – Jan 31, 2010, Pittsburgh, PA
OPENING RECEPTION: OCT 17th, 2009
Artist Talk with Shepard Fairey, 6 PM – 7 PM
Opening Reception Party, 7 PM – 10 PM featuring DJ Z-TRIP
If you missed the 20 Retrospective at the Boston ICA, you can catch it at the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Shepard Fairey: Supply and Demand is organized by The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and features over 20 years of the artist’s work, including illustrations, screen prints, collages, works of wood, metal, and canvas.
For More information please visit WARHOL.org
This poster was made specially for the screenings at Fantastic Fest 2009 celebrating the release of the new Lars Von Trier opus. Behind the beautiful serenity of the forest lies an ugly secret. Nature is Satan's church. CHAOS REIGNS!
Poster by David D'Andrea. 16" x 26" 3 color screenprint. Printed by Monolith Press. Hand signed and numbered. Edition of 100.
Buy it at MondoTees.com
Available Thursday, October 1, 2009 at a random time between 2 & 3pm Eastern Daylight Time exclusively at NOWhereLimited.com (That's between: 11am & Noon Pacific // Noon & 1pm Mountain // 1 & 2pm Central // 18:00 & 19:00 UTC/GMT)
THE LINK TO BUY WILL APPEAR: HERE
OR CUT & PASTE THE FOLLOWING INTO YOUR BROWSER:
Bon Iver at the Wiltern, September 25 2009
18 x 24 inches
3 color screen print on 100 lb Cover paper
Hand signed and numbered
Limited edition of 110
$25 (does not include shipping and handling fees, those are applied during checkout.)
Designing Manifest Hope and the Campaign for Change
Edited by Shepard Fairey & Jennifer Gross
In conjunction with the themes of hope and change, all of the authors’ profits from this book will be donated to Americans for the Arts (http://www.americansforthearts.org/) charity.
Few events in recent memory have captivated the world’s attention like that of Barack Obama’s historic presidential campaign. Not only did it stir passionate political momentum, but it also inspired an array of creative arts from a world of artists, illustrators, and graphic designers. Shepard Fairey’s iconic “HOPE” portrait became the face of the campaign, prompting a personal thank-you note from the president, which is included in ART FOR OBAMA (Abrams Image; October 2009; $22.50 US / $29.50 CAN; ISBN: 978-0-8109-8498-1). In conjunction with the themes of hope and change, all of the authors’ profits from this book will be donated to Americans for the Arts (http://www.americansforthearts.org/) charity.
Innovative portraits and graphic designs from artists around the country became a powerful symbol of the country’s desire for change, and engaging artists-from the grassroots level to the international level-became a central strategy to inspire passion and win the presidential race. In ART FOR OBAMA, Fairey showcases 150 of those powerful images from the campaign, including works created by well-known artists such as, Ron English, David Choe, Kwaku Alston, Maya Hayuk, Justin Hampton, and Shel Starkman. The Manifest Hope art shows, which took place in Denver during the Democratic National Convention and Washington DC preceding the inauguration, featured artists who used their talents to motivate the grassroots movement that carried Barack Obama to victory. The shows were put on by Evolutionary Media Group, Obey Giant, MoveOn.org, Political Action, SEIU and Studio Number One.
ART FOR OBAMA is comprised of collages, paintings, photo composites, prints, and computer-generated pieces, showcasing the well-known images of the campaign as well as less famous, but equally creative pieces from around the globe. This is a volume for design and art aficionados, as well as supporters of the forty-fourth president of the United States who want a keepsake as uncommon as his extraordinary campaign.
ART FOR OBAMA: Designing Manifest Hope and the Campaign for Change
Abrams Image / October 2009
$22.50 US / $29.50 CAN; ISBN: 978-0-8109-8498-1
150 full-color illustrations; 184 pages