Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The xx at Cat's Cradle poster by James Flames


James Flames really did an outstanding job on this one. The xx appeared with jj at the Cats Cradle in North Carolina last week.

Titled Basic Space after one of xx songs, its 2-Color Screen Print on 110lb Smart White French paper, edition of 70. $20.

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New Tyler Stout poster for Best Worst Movie

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Something new from Tyler Stout today courtesy of AICN for the Best worst movie.

Here is the debut of geek poster champion Tyler Stout's official one-sheet for the super fun documentary BEST WORST MOVIE which chronicles the second life of the truly horrible TROLL 2 as a so-bad-it's-good party favorite.

The trailer went up yesterday and now we have the posters! I'm not sure if these will be the theatrical posters or a Mondo-style limited edition, but I do know prints will be available in limited editions... I'll update this article when I have more information, but I figured you'd want to see 'em!

There is one design, but two posters. The second Gold and Silver one will be a limited printing, but the Green on the poster makes it, in my opinion. So, my favorite is the first!

You can click for the slightly bigger versions! Enjoy!

David O'Daniel/ Alien Corset movie posters

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3 color silkscreen poster 18 x 24 inches. $35

18 x 24 $35

19 x 25 edition of 75 $35

This measures 19 x 25 and is printed on fancy french paper. Edition of 100.

Stumbled across these some how yesterday. David makes posters for The Castro Theatre in San Francisco.

Check his other work at Alien Corset

Secret Serpents presents the official 2010 New Pornographers tour series!

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from Pitchfork:
on May 4, Matador will release the fifth album from the indie-power-pop supergroup the New Pornographers, titled Together.

In addition to the core lineup of A.C. Newman (who wrote nine of the album's songs), Dan Bejar (who wrote three), Neko Case, John Collins, Kurt Dahle, Kathryn Calder, Todd Fancey, and Blaine Thurier, Together also features contributions from Beirut's Zach Condon, St. Vincent's Annie Clark, Okkervil River's Will Sheff, and the horn section from the Dap-Kings. Check out a bunch of photos from the album's recording sessions over on the New Pornographers website

Confirmed artists:

June 11th, 2010* - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue -- Lon Jerome
June 17th, 2010* - Montreal, Quebec - Le National - Standard Design
June 18th, 2010* - Boston, MA - House of Blues -- Pete Cardoso
June 19th, 2010* - New York, NY - Terminal 5 -- Strawberryluna
June 25th, 2010* - Chapel Hill, NC - Memorial Hall -- Us & Them
June 26th, 2010* - Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse -- Methane Studios
June 27th, 2010* - Nashville, TN - The Cannery --Andy Vastagh
June 28th, 2010* - St Louis, MO - The Pageant -- John Howard
July 16th, 2010** - Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom -- Dan Stiles
July 18th, 2010 ** - Oakland, CA - The Fox Theater -- Alan Forbes
July 19th, 2010 ** - Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda -- DKNG
July 20th, 2010 ** - Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda -- DKNG
July 21st, 2010** - Tucson, AZ - The Ratio -- Lil Tuffy
July 23rd, 2010** - Austin, TX - Stubb's -- Decoder Ring Design Concern
July 24th, 2010** - Dallas, TX - The Showroom -- Bobby Dixon
July 26th, 2010** - Lawrence, KS - Liberty Hall -- Mike Budai
July 28th, 2010** - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre -- Joanna Wecht
July 30th, 2010** - Boise, ID - Egyptian -- Furturtle

* w/ The Dodos; The Dutchess and the Duke
** w/ The Dodos; Imaad Wasif

...more dates and artists to be announced...

Rock Paper Show Book on sale now

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Rock Paper Show documents the first decade of the twenty-first century as the high-water mark in the storied intersection of graphic design and music. Against the backdrop of the digital- music revolution, the rock poster reemerged during this period as the calling card of impossibly talented new artists and design studios brought up on Black Flag, Joy Division, the Flaming Lips, and the Melvins. Simultaneously, the posters that these studios produced were celebrated by a rapidly growing nation of indie-rock fans who all woke up one day craving beautiful new music-related objects in their lives. The excitement—matched equally in the design and music worlds—was captured by and celebrated via the birth and rapid rise of Flatstock, the American Poster Institute’s ongoing rock-poster exhibition.

Since its inception in 2002, Flatstock has evolved into the definitive showcase of the most talented poster artists working today. Rock Paper Show: Flatstock Volume One is an editorial and visual history of the first 20 Flatstocks, with contributions from the artists and studios that regularly attend the events and the bands who are often the subjects of the posters, as well as critics and collectors involved in this community. Rock Paper Show collects for the first time the original posters created for each Flatstock by the attending studios. Veteran poster-makers take the reader on behind-the-scenes looks at the studios, the artists, the regional scenes, and the personalities of this vibrant and varied community.

Curated by Geoff Peveto (president, American Poster Institute).

Designed by Rumors (Brooklyn, NY).

Over 60 editorial contributors, including: Aesthetic Apparatus, Craig Finn (the Hold Steady), John Foster (author, Masters of Poster Design), Clay Hayes (, Jeff Kleinsmith (Patent Pending), Jay Ryan (the Bird Machine), and Paula Scher (Pentagram).

Standard Edition
312 pages. 566 color images. Hardcover.

Limited Edition
In addition to the standard edition book, the limited edition comes enclosed in a collector’s case in which you will find a hand-screened, letterpressed, or stenciled 11"x17" set of 20 artist prints made especially for Rock Paper Show. The prints feature the original posters commissioned for the book contained within a custom portfolio folder. Limited to 500 sets, each edition hand numbered, this edition is a must for any collector or fan.

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Spoon posters by Casey Burns

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Casey Burns has created some great posters for Spoon. Yeah he draws some sexy women for his posters.

Check his other work at

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

EMEK NitroCeratops in color

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Emek has shown the color version of what he is currently working on. He even changed the leg placement we questioned. Now it looks really good.

New Alex Pardee Watch on sale soon

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Alex will be putting up the remaining 8 watches with the print for sale within the hour at

David Welker Infinity Fish Art Print on Sale TODAY


The Infinity Fish art print will be released today at 3pm at

12 x 24 silver and black ink with a full bleed
Signed and numbered edition of only 50

Dont miss this

Jermaine Rogers Band of Horses Poster & 'Yellow-Brick-Road...' Art Prints

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This print was directly commissioned by Band Of Horses for their recent show in Denver, Colorado. The allotment available at the show sold out quickly. This print measures approximately 32 x 22 inches and is screen-printed in striking pastel shades. The poster is printed on cream stock. (For more info regarding the imagery, see below.)

From an extremely limited signed and numbered edition of only 75.

$50.00 USD plus shipping/insurance.

This print goes on sale at on Thursday April 1, 2010 at 4:00PM EASTERN TIME (1:00PM PACIFIC TIME.)

- 'This Yellow-Brick-Road Goes Nowhere' Art Print -
This poster measures approximately 32 x 22 inches and is printed on white stock. Regarding the imagery, Jermaine says:

"There are no magic roads that lead to 'everything you've always dreamed of.' There are no wizards with all of the answers that will make your life a success. 'Life' is off the road, out in the mud, and the weeds and the woods. It's not all pretty, and it's not paved: you'll have to do a little work and a lot of thinking for yourself. But you'll sleep better. Still, if you do choose to follow one of the countless yellow-brick-roads out there, make sure you bring a chair. It gets tiring going in circles."

From an extremely limited edition of only 50 signed and numbered copies.

$50.00 USD plus shipping/insurance.

This print goes on sale at on Thursday April 1, 2010 at 4:00PM EASTERN TIME (1:00PM PACIFIC TIME.)


- 'This Yellow-Brick-Road Goes Nowhere' Art Print (FACEBOOK FOIL EDITION) -
This special foil-edition of the print measures approximately 32 x 22 inches and is printed on reflective foil stock. It is from an extremely limited edition of only 20 copies, signed and numbered by the artist. Go to Jermaine's Facebook page on Thursday, April 1st, at approx. 12:00 NOON PACIFIC TIME (3:00PM EASTERN.)

On the page will be posted the special instructions to snag the print immediately. First come, first served... so if you think you want this, be on your game. Of course, if you're not yet a member of Jermaine's official FaceBook page, go to the above address and join.

There will also be some VERY rare prints offered up via the FaceBook link on Thursday. Pay attention.

The Silent Giants two Kevin Smith posters on sale

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Edition of 100
4 color, Hand-screened on Mr.French 100lb Cement Green
18" x 24"

Edition of 100
4 color, Hand-screened on Mr.French 100lb Cement Green
18" x 24"

The Silent Giants have put their Kevin Smith Milwaukee and Royal Oak tour posters up for sale. Kevin Smith is a big comic book fan and a comic book writer. SG killed these with a perfect execution of the 60's style of comic books.

Buy them at The Silent Giants Store

Check out their new Spoon and The Dead Weather poster at

Static Pope My Ride Art Print

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Static sent me an email telling me about their latest release- POPE MY RIDE !! I'm glad they did this is pretty rad.

Its called 'Pope my Ride', to celebrate the Pope's planned visit to the UK later this year and seeing his car was looking a little 2009, they have done their own version of the MTV hit show 'Pimp my Ride!'

It comes in 3 color ways each an edition of 25 (so 75 total) with a few special 1/1's as normal :)
(Green / Yellow colorway of 25 attached)

they are 56 x 56 cm and are 8 colour screen prints with a 3 layer varnish to finish. Prices are as follows

Main editions £95 each + P&P
Specials 1/1's £125 each + P&P

check them out in the 'Editions' section of their website:

Mark Ryden Incarnation Limited Edition Lithographic Poster on sale date

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Porterhouse Fine Art Editions will be offering a new limited edition lithographic poster on Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 8:00 am PDT. "Incarnation" is one of the new paintings from Mark Ryden's "The Gay Nineties Show," which opens Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York, NY.
[ view exhibition information ]

The poster is printed on heavyweight paper, signed and numbered, and is embossed with the Porterhouse seal in the lower right-hand corner. This poster comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Edition Quantity - 500
Poster Size - 37" x 26"
Price - $500

Sales of this poster will be limited to one per person and/or address. This poster is available unframed only. The poster will only be available through their online store at The "Incarnation" poster will be released on Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 8:00 am PDT.

High on Fire posters from Bobby Dixon and Zoltron

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More posters are coming out from the High on Fire poster series by Secret Serpents.

They will be on sale at the shows and later online at

Walrus TV Artist Feature: Saber Interview

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The beauty about graffiti is that it reflects the environment in each city in itself.

California based graffiti writer Saber, of MSK and AWR fame, discusses his take on graffiti’s role in challenging the concept of a “free society,” the importance of creative expression on a fundamental level, and how urban environments are reflected through the forms and evolution of street art. Watch the interview, available to the public for free for the first time, on Walrus TV.

ERYKAH BADU 'PINK LADY' LIMITED EDITION Silk-Screened Poster Signed by Emek

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This is the image of the poster, it wont have any text on it.

You can go right now and order ERYKAH BADU new album as a digital download and get EMEK's new poster with it.

Silk-Screened Poster Signed by Emek
This 17" x 17" limited edition silkscreen poster is printed with bright pink and purple colors by hand, numbered and signed by Emek. This is a collector's item
only 300 printed!


buy it HERE


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Joshua recently designed a piece called "KING" which was part of the "Great
Moments in Sports" show at Gallery 1988. All the prints he submitted
are now SOLD OUT. But, he does have a few copies remaining, which are
available for purchase on his new site at

"KING" is an 18"x24", 3-color screenprint on white-matte paper; signed
and numbered limited-edition of 50 prints.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Banksy Releases Official Movie Poster For April 16th Film Premier

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It's official.

It was announced this morning that Banksy's first film, Exit Through The Gift Shop, will hit theaters in the United States beginning on Friday, April 16th in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Dates for additional cities across the country - including Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, and Atlanta - will be announced soon.

Over the weekend Banksy also released the official "one sheet" poster for the film. New Yorkers and street art fans will recognize the building in the image (and the street art and tags) as the iconic old bank building at Spring and Bowery in Soho.

"Lost" a la Saul Bass video

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Lost vs. Saul Bass from Hexagonall on Vimeo.

Blooger issues with pictures

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Pictures are back, hopefully they dont go away again

May 15 2010 x New York City x DEUCE 7 GALLERY SHOW

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It is with great honor that I'm able to announce DEUCE 7's first gallery show in New York City. He will be bringing his unique style and talent to New York for the first time in a gallery.

Deuce has been painting his ass off over on the West Coast with the anticipation of this up coming event.

The show will be May 15 at Secret Project Robot.

Secret Project Robot: Art Experiment is a not for profit dedicated to the documentation and proliferation of contemporary art and current cultural trends in music, performance, dance, the party and social theory. It was founded in 2004 by a group of friends who produce, observe and interact with art as a way of life. Secret Project Robot's mission is to engage viewers by emphasizing the interconnectedness of art and society and the importance of participation. We believe that if people understand that art often acts as a mirror to society, and therefore contextualizes elements of our daily lives, they will see the fun and importance of the arts as a tool for cultural and personal analysis.Each opening and event at Secret Project Robot acts as not only an archive but also a platform for lively dialogue and interactivity. Secret Project robot places equal responsibility on the viewer and artist to create the most dynamic show possible...We believe that the role of our gallery in the 21st Century is to be a community-centered organization that makes art an inclusive and changeling platform for dialogue and social amusement.

To reinforce the idea, Secret Project Robot reaches out to the community and hosts bimonthly music showcases, in addition to monthly art openings, and an annual block party, where bands play on the streets or in abandoned lots. Bands such as Lightning Bolt, Oneida, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, ExModels, The Liars, Golden Triangle, The Vivian Girls and Big A Little a have all played in recent years

Secret Project Robot is located
210 Kent Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211

So plan to be at this event, it will blow your mind.

Check out my interview with him last year

"Falling Cans" and "Colorado Pride 2" art prints from Ian Millard

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"Falling Cans"
Ian recently finished up a run of 6 unique prints called Falling Cans. Each print is 22" x 30" and sprayed on Stonehendge paper. Ian also created one original Falling Cans on 18" x 24" stretched canvas (shown above). The prints and the canvas will be available Monday March 29th at 10AM Mountain Time USA at Prints will cost $90 and the canvas will cost $225 (prices include shipping).

"572 Caps"
What to do with all those spent spray caps? Ian decided to reuse 572 of them for a new original piece called 572 caps. Check it out here:

Upcoming print - "Colorado Pride 2"
Ian has been working hard on a follow up to his Colorado Pride print of 2008. The new 30" x 22" full bleed 12 stencil print is sprayed on Stonehenge paper and will be available in a limited edition of 20 prints. Colorado Pride 2 will be available Wednesday March 31 at 10AM Mountain Time USA at for $80 shipped.

7 new posters from The Silent Giants

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Edition of 100 3 color, Hand-screened on Mr.French 100lb Cement Green 18" x 24"

Edition of 120 3 color, Hand-screened on Mr.French 100lb Steel Grey 18" x 24"

18″ x 24″
Edition of 100, Signed & Numbered
4 Color Screenprint
(Blue, Green, Red, Black)
On Archival Cement Green Paper

The Silent Giants have put up 7 new really cool posters for sale. They also have only 15 of their House of the Devil movie posters left.

The Kevin Smith poster will be on sale soon.

Buy the posters at

See their work at

Jamungo's "Fire" Candypaint SkullBud

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The 3RD release in the candypaint lineup Monday, MAR 29, 10:00am - Central Time
This one will be released a little differently...simply go here and add your name to the list.
Additional info:
- the list will be capped around 50 or 60 pcs or at the 48 hour mark, whichever comes first.
- one per person
- hand painted at the Jamungo secret lab (Ferg's garage)
- Hot Tamales® FTW
- price $35 US shipping included (international customers will need to add 25USD for shipping)

Audrey Kawasaki Tiger painting preview

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Audrey Kawasaki has been working on stuff for a new show in May. WOW I really hope this gets turned into a print.

She has been drawing tigers for a tiger themed group show @ Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle.

"Tiger Tiger Burning Bright" Group Show
May 14th to May 30th.
for more info click HERE.

Upper Playground Presents:Bang a Bunny- Jeremy Fish

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Upper Playground Presents:
Bang a Bunny

Here’s a little trivia for you: did you know that the concept of the Easter Bunny developed because the holiday was based upon the concept of birth and rabbits symbolized fertility? With that in mind, Jeremy Fish and Upper Playground would like to bring this corporate, pastoral, Hallmark, pastel-color driven holiday back to it’s true purpose: banging. Visit and send your friends and loved ones an animated card of whomever you want doing carnal deeds as bunny rabbits.

I was messing around with this putting friends pictures in it and it is absolutely hilarious fun. Smaller pictures work best of just the face.

Relevant Links
Upper Playground:
Bang a Bunny:

TOOL needs your help!

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From Adam Jones:

The band would greatly appreciate a little help. We are looking for samples of advertisements that contain certain artwork that were used in advertising Tool shows and merchandising. Specifically, we are looking for flyers, posters, magazine ads, newspaper ads, etc., that advertise Tool and contain any of the following artwork.

- Tool Wrench

- The eye from the cover of Aenima

- The picture of the white box on the back of Aenima

- The Opiate Priest that appears on the cover of the Opiate

- The Stinkfist characters

- The Prison Sex characters

- Novus Opiate Seclorum

- Medicine Man

- Infiniteeth

If you have anything like this, please scan and send the picture of the whole ad to us at If you know when and where the ad was posted - that's even better.

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Thanks for your support!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

"The Shining" movie poster by artist Garry Booth

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Mondo Celluloid is proud to bring you the latest in their series of movie related art prints! To honor Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" tonight, artist Garry Booth will be releasing a creepy two color screen print titled "Harshest Possible Way." The print is 18" x 24" a signed and numbered edition of 50, and will be selling for $20.

Prints is available online in the Mondo Celluloid web store at

Mondo Celluloid was conceived in 2007, and has since grown into a website which includes an updated calendar to let people know what’s playing across L.A. in cult, horror, and repertory cinema; also for showcasing reviews, screening events, and as of 2010 releasing screen printed art posters.