Sunday, May 31, 2009

The Hockey Samurai Warrior by Ryon Xavier Smith

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Ryon Xavier Smith - a concept sculptor, monster creator, animation creator and toy designer living in Vancouver, BC - has decided to bring two of his favorite things together - samurais and hockey (specifically, the Detroit Red Wings). The Hockey Samurai Warrior stands 10" tall and will (probably) by released as a limited run of 100 pieces.

These will most likely be done as a DIY project. And while I'd love to get my hands on an already painted up figure, I guess since getting the NHL license might be difficult, you could customize the piece as your favorite goalie.

His web page

The Dead tour posters by Gary Houston on sale

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The Dead - California 2009

16.5 x 25.25

1,225 in edition

$50




The Dead - New York City 2009
16.5 x 25.25
1,325 in edition
$50

One of the nicest and most talented guys in the gigposters business Gary Houston has put his run of The Dead posters up for sale. Some really nice work.

Buy them HERE.

Secretbase x Usugrow Rebel Ink | Armth Limited

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Spanning several generations of colors, decorated illustrator USUGROW teamed up with SECRETBASE awhile back to create “The Rebel Ink” character seen here. Taking on a black/gold demeanor in its latest incarnation, the figure characterizes USUGROW’s trademark style through script and form. SECRETBASE is tattoo’d on the abdomen with another USUGROW piece on the back. Avaialble exclusively for Armth. Look out for a release soon.

Blaine Fontana x Vans

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Looks like the man in Portland Blaine Fontana is back at the easel. Here is some new work for Vans. Looking forward to what comes next. Peep him on Twitter to see some progress shots.

Kathie Olivas's COSMIC LILY figure for Serv-O-Matics

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Kathie Olivas's COSMIC LILY is a chase figure in the upcoming Serv-O-Matics mini figure series by her husband, Brandt Peters - and has a ratio of 1/30.

Produced by MINDstyle - the Serv-O-Matics Mini Figure Series (Original Version) stands between 3.5 to 4 inches tall with a SRP of US$14.99 per blind box (15 pieces per Counter Display), with a late-June 2009 ship-date. Made of vinyl and ABS, this edition is open to a limited production period.

Finally, a Toy For Cat Lovers and Metal Heads

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Lulubell Toy Bodega has dibs on an exclusive that’s sure to tempt cat lovers and metal heads alike: Real Head x FullyVisual Mini Fortune Cats. Dreamed up by Mori, designer and owner of Real Head Japan and hand crafted by Jamie from FullyVisual, these kittens are heavy. I want to insert some bad pun about how it would suck if it were “raining cats and dogs” and these fell on your head, but I can’t quite get it together. Each cat is priced as follows: $35 for silver, $45 for copper, $55 for gold and $65 for black nickle. One crazy cat lady (or lad) will win a golden ticket redeemable for a full size 7-inch tall solid metal gold Fortune Cat. Both sizes are made in 1:1 scale with the original for that perfect fit in with mutant cat collections! Good luck kitty lovers: the cats come out to play on Wednesday, June 3rd, at 12PM PST only at FullyVisual.com.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

New Guy Burwell posters on sale now

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BUILDERS AND THE BUTCHERS AVAILABLE NOW.
MELVINS AVAILABLE NOW. ONLY $18 PLUS SHIPPING WOW
JACKIE MARSHALL AVAILABLE NOW.

GET THEM HERE

New David Bowie STARMAN art print by Print Mafia

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17.5 x 23 - 6 color art print - in the GP classifieds now.

edition of 80 $35 plus shipping

http://www.gigposters.com/classifieds/d ... 9128&pre=1

The Prodigy San Francisco poster by Chuck Sperry

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Chuck Sperry ignites the firestarter for #42 in the Firehouse Goldenvoice concert poster series for The Prodigy at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, CA on May 28, 2009. This warrior’s dance is covered in metallic ink and comes from an edition of 200. Signed and numbered by the artist.

On Sale HERE for only $40 including shipping the pics show it signed by the band he is not selling band signed posters.

Got his Mogwai poster in this week and it is just stellar. They are still available, you should really get one they are only $35 with shipping buy them HERE.

Chuck Sperry Lipstick Traces Book poster On sale

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Here is a pic of Chuck's poster for the upcoming book I first told you about HERE.

Chuck let me know that it is for sale now buy it HERE.

$50
Edition of 150. 13 color silkscreen.
Approximately 20" x 28 1/2".
Signed and numbered by Chuck Sperry.

Josh Keyes “Sprout” @ David B. Smith Gallery

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  • "Entangle I"

    Signed & Numbered Edition of 50
    Archival Giclee on Embossed Hahnemühle Velvet Paper
    (308 gm weight)
    Paper Size 18" x 24" with Deckled Edges
    Edition available for online sale the week of June 8th. Release time and date to be announced shortly on this blog.
    Price: $ 250.00


  • "Entangle II"

    Signed & Numbered Edition of 50
    Archival Giclee on Embossed Hahnemühle Velvet Paper
    (308 gm weight)
    Paper Size 18" x 24" with Deckled Edges
    Edition available for online sale the week of June 8th. Release time and date to be announced shortly on this blog.
  • Price: $ 250.00



He’s back - after a sold out showing at Ambach & Rice last year, Josh Keyes moves to tackle the Rockies at the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver. The new show “Sprout” deals with the ever present tension between nature and the urban landscape. Josh’s new body of work draws on themes from Alan Weisman’s book “The World Without Us,” which illustrates Mother Nature reclaiming the Earth’s man-made structures and locales. The show will feature the largest Keyes painting (seen above) to date at a whopping 30″ x 80″!

We’re also excited to see Josh’s latest “interactive” installation piece “the Boli,” Josh’s sculptural interpretation of the hand-made artifact of the West African “Bamana.” The show opens, with Josh Keyes in attendance, on May 30th at 7pm and runs until July 3rd.

Be sure to click the images to see huge pics

Santa Monica Auction’s 25th Anniversary Contemporary + Modern Art Auction

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The highest estimated lot at this weekend’s Santa Monica Auction is Ed Ruscha’s Hollywood Stunt People, 1998, estimated at $150,000-$180,000.

This Saturday, May 30, Santa Monica Auctions will hold its 25th anniversary modern and contemporary art auction, featuring painting, sculpture, photography, multiples and prints. The event kicks off at 1pm at the Bergamot Station Arts Center, in Santa Monica (just outside of Los Angeles), and online bidding can be done here. With a heavy focus on modestly priced prints and editions, the 353 lot auction features many of the established names one would expect to find in a modern and contemporary sale, alongside several newer faces who have emerged from the urban art world, including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Takashi Murakami, Mark Ryden, Marcel Dzama, FAILE, Banksy, Shepard Fairey and Antony Micallef.

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Mark Ryden - Untitled. Pencil on paper. Estimate: $20,000-$24,000.

Read on for the rest of our selection of lots.

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FAILE - Buttefly Girl, 2005. Spraypaint and acrylic on windowpane. Estimate: $15,000-$20,000

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Banksy - Applause, 2006. Unique Trial proof screenprint on paper. Estimate: $8,000-$12,000.

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Shepard Fairey - I’m Gonna Kick Your Ass, 2006. Silkscreen, 3/9 AP. Estimate: $3,000-$4,000

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Damien Hirst - Cathedral, 2007. Silkscreen with glazes, 5/50. Estimate: 26,000-$28,000.

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Alex Katz - Susan, 1976. Screenprint, LII/L out of an edition of 175. Estimate: $4,000-$5,000.

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Jeff Koons, Puppy, 1998. Porcelain., ed. of 3000. Estimate: $9,000-$12,000.

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Robert Longo - Jules, 2002. Lithograph, 9/120. Estimate: $3,000-$4,000.

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Antony Micallef - Beginning of the End, 2007. Nickel plated bronze, 11/25. Estimate: $40,000-$50,000.

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Takashi Murakami - Second Mission project KO2 mega mix kit, 1999. Molded resin and paint, ed. of 200. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000.

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Raymond Pettibon, Untitled, 1984. Ink on paper. Estimate: $12,000-$18,000.

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Marcel Dzama, Two Girls with Clown, 1999. Pencil and watercolor on paper. Estimate: $2,000-$3,000.

Tyler Stout Flight of the Conchords posters on sale details

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On Monday June 1 Tyler Stout is putting his Flight of the Conchords posters for Portland and Santa Barbara on sale. Time of the sale is 3pm edt.

Both are 18 x 24 screenprinted with 5 colors apiece, on cream paper and they come signed and numbered.

Get them here when the time is right www.tstout.com

Burlesque of North America Bonnaroo poster

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BRLSQ just released an image of the poster they did for the upcoming Bonnaroo Festival.

Should be on sale after the festival which is June 11-14

The Bands on the poster cool how they have a icon for each band. Well done Wes
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Phish
Beastie Boys
Nine Inch Nails
David Byrne
Wilco
Al Green
Snoop Dogg
Elvis Costello
Erykah Badu
Paul Oakenfold
Jimmy Fallon
Ben Harper
Mars Volta
Tv On The Radio
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Mgmt
Moe.
Public Enemy
Andrew Bird
Band Of Horses

Limited Edition Prints by TAKI 183 available online NOW

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Graffiti writers around the world know the name that started it all: TAKI 183. A kid from 183rd Street in northern Manhattan, TAKI 183's simple signature captured the attention of a reporter and, on July 21, 1971, the article "TAKI 183 Spawns Pen Pals" appeared in The New York Times.

Just like that, TAKI 183 became a graffiti legend, with rumors spreading that he even tagged a Secret Service car and the Statue of Liberty. Amid all the rumors, TAKI 183 remained silent. Now, almost four decades later, TAKI 183 has emerged to tell his story.

This site includes photos of TAKI 183's work, images of his friends and contemporaries, his true story and, for the first time, official TAKI 183 limited-edition screenprints.

There are currently three screenprints available in the store:

COLLAGE

A collage design made up of The New York Times article about TAKI 183 from July 21, 1971, and various high school newspaper articles and drawings about TAKI 183 from 1970.

Four-Color Hand-Pulled Screen Print
18 x 24
120 lb. matte
Edition of 183
Signed by TAKI 183
Shipped via USPS

RED SUBWAY TILE

An ornate tile pattern of the New York City subway walls makes the perfect backdrop for an original TAKI 183 paint tag. Each of the 50 prints is unique in that no two tags are exactly alike. This is your chance to have a real TAKI 183 tag, overspray and all!

Three-Color Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Natural Color

26 x 38.5
20 pt. textured stock
Edition of 50
Signed by TAKI 183 in black spray paint
Shipped via USPS

BLUE SUBWAY TILE

An ornate tile pattern of the New York City subway walls makes the perfect backdrop for an original TAKI 183 paint tag, as well as marker tags by three of TAKI 183's mentors: PHIL T GREEK the 1st, PHIL T GREEK the 2nd and GREG 69, both of whom started writing in early in 1969. Each of the 25 prints is unique in that no two tags are exactly alike. This is your chance to have a real TAKI 183 tag, overspray and all, plus marker tags of his mentors!

Three-Color Hand-Pulled Screen Print on Natural Color
26 x 38.5
20 pt. textured stock
Edition of 25
Signed by TAKI 183 in black spray paint, and in marker by PHIL T GREEK the 1st, PHIL T GREEK the 2nd and GREG 69.

www.TAKI 183.net

Friday, May 29, 2009

Tonights Dave Matthews Band poster for Boston Fenway Park

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Tonights poster for DMB at Fenway Park

Pretty nice

New York City will never be the same......

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For the past 2 weeks a certain artist has been in New York City. He has been doing his thing, attacking the city like no one else with his own special talents. Coming Monday exclusive pictures of the work in New York City. And Tuesday an exclusive interview with the artist and more pictures of his newest work. Check back for stuff you wont find anywhere else.

Henry Rollins Spoken Word Tour poster by James Lindars

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Found this over on GP yesterday. Very cool design. Done by James Lindars, first time I have seen his work.

Henry Rollins: Spoken Word
3-color print.
Designed by James Lindars.
Edition of 269.
15" x 15"
$20
These are for sale in his store on his website HERE.

3 new Marq Spusta posters

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Marq has released images of 3 new upcoming posters. Marq's stuff always looks great and even better in person.

Stay tuned for on sale details. Until then check out his web site HERE.

New Rhys Cooper poster for Trivium on sale

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Screenprinted poster for the Trivium show at the Palace Theatre in Melbourne.
3 colour screen print with metallic gold ink.
This thing is HUGE and turned out great.
A signed and numbered edition of 200.
Size
23.4 × 33.1 inches
All posters are hand stamped.
$32 with shipping.

Buy them HERE.

See his other posters for sale HERE.


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