Sunday, July 31, 2011

Tonight's Queens of the Stone Age poster by Emek

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Queens of the Stone Age are tearing up the Showbox in Seattle tongiht and Emek did the poster for the show. The poster is a Glow in the Dark Silkscreen on "Hot Lava" 3D Lenticular paper. Edition of 169 with only 50 being sold at the show. On sale details from Emek soon.

Winner of the Fleet Foxes Poster

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We have a winner, Colin with comment #22 is the winner of the Fleet Foxes poster by Mike Davis. I'll be sending you an email asking for your address today.

Thanks again to Mike and Burlesque of North America for the poster and to everyone that entered.

Tonight's Soundgarden poster from The Gorge by Brad Klausen


Brad Klausen completes his set of posters tonight with the metal rhinosaur for the show from the Gorge. Go to his website and get on the mailing list, he is sending out info about when the Soundgarden and Lanegan posters go on sale Monday.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Over 35 New Items on sale from Alex Pardee and Zerofriends

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The Zerofriends store is loaded with lots of new stuff from Alex Pardee that was only on sale at SDCC. Including my favorite The Patriot art print.

Check out everything HERE

Soundgarden Vancouver poster by Justin Hampton

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Justin Hampton was the artist last night as Soundgarden's reunion tour winds down. Justin will have his artist edition of 100 signed and numbered posters on sale soon, check back for the date.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Free Friday Poster Giveaway featuring Mike Davis of Burlesque of North America Fleet Foxes Poster


Mike Davis of Burlesque of North America was kind enough to provide this poster for a giveaway. Its the Fleet Foxes poster from 2009 for the Chicago show. Besides designing posters Mike makes some pretty damn fine Jerky I had the pleasure of sampling while at Flatstock Chicago recently.

So go to the top of the post above the picture and click on comments to leave a comment to have a chance at winning the poster. Don't worry if your comment does not appear immediately I have to approve them before they are published. I will use the random number generator to pick a winner. Entries are limited to ONE PER PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD. Please leave your name with the comment, comments without names will not be accepted. Entries will be accepted until midnight Saturday July 30 PST that's two days to enter, with the winner announced on Sunday.

Thanks again to Mike for the poster and yummy Jerky.

Cowboys and Aliens Movie Poster Friday with Daniel Danger, Tom Whalen, Janée Meadows and Florian Bertmer

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Poster by Daniel Danger. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 420. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. $40

They will also have a special wood variant available of Daniel's print. Poster by Tom Whalen. 24" x 36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 190.

Poster by Janée Meadows. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 170.

Mondotees will be releasing 4 different Cowboys and Aliens movie posters today. The artists are Daniel Danger, Tom Whalen, Janée Meadows and Florian Bertmer. Florian Bertmer poster will be revealed today. The series was curated by “Cowboys” director Jon Favreau — he personally picked the artists from the Mondo roster. Check out the video of Daniel Danger working on his poster.

On sale at at a random time.

New Novos Film Art Print by JC Richards on sale today

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Jonathan Brebner is helping finance his science fiction movie by offering prints of certain scenes from the movie. The film is about humanity’s return to Earth, featuring heavy use of both practical and computer generated (CG) effects.

Finally, here’s the first print in the production print line-up. Created by the wonderfully talented JC Richard, “We Keep Watch” is a 28″ x 12″, 10-color (with 2 fades) screenprint with an edition of 120. There are also Night and Mist variants with editions of 40. Printing will be by D&L Screenprinters.

The 1st Edition will be $50 and the variants will be $70 each. The prints will go up at the Novos Store at 11am PST on Friday, July 29th. However, since print package buyers will get first dibs on the variants, there’s a chance there will be very few left over for the general drop.

And so everyone is aware, these will take about a month to ship out. Why such a long wait? Well, they’re selling the print early to open up access to the proceeds for the film shoot, which is three and a half weeks away!

Buy them HERE

Tim Doyle Original Art Work for sale

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Tim gets requests every now and then for original art from past pieces. Just to let all of you know, these are available! If there is an older (or newer) piece of his that you’d like to get the original artwork from, shoot him an email, go over to Nakatomi to get his email!

Tim is actually selling some right now on eBay HERE (including the above pictured Transformers Movie print art). He’ll be listing one a night for the next week or so, so keep you eye on that eBay store!

Ashley Wood threeA 3A Adventure Kartel Figures Exclusive Retailer Variants on sale now

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threeA's hot Adventure Kartel Figures are now available for pre-order. The 8 variants are: Jungle Vet Ankou, Johnson Ankou, Hoodzomb - red, Hoodzomb - pink/white, Hoodzomb -black, Tommy red, Penumbra, and Shadow 2! These figures are in 1/6 scale and stand 12 inches tall.

Buy them HERE.

Mike Klay Music City Series continues with new prints

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SoCal is up next (he couldn't just do an LA, Hollywood, or San Diego one) with the Venice inspired:

24"X18 3 color screen print w/ metallic varnish on French Speckletone Starch Rain out of 50
The pink is hot / fluorescent, similar to the actual pictures. - $30 shipped to the states, $35 internationally

Chicago is up next with 2 famous landmarks and their antennas replaced with drum sticks.
This print can be displayed horizontally or vertically!

24"X18 2 color screen print w/ metallic silver on French Orange, Olive Green and Steel Grey,
each out of 50 - $40 shipped to the States, $45 internationally

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Soundgarden, Nirvana tribute art prints by Jermaine Rogers on sale details

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All 3 of the print editions listed below will be available at on Friday, July 29th at 3:00 PM EASTERN (12 NOON PACIFIC.)

- SOUNDGARDEN print (Fairfax, VA) -
Measuring approx. 18x24 inches, this screen-print was a big hit at the San Diego Comic-Con. The print was made for the mighty Soundgarden's recent show in Fairfax, Va. About the imagery, Jermaine says that he wanted a 'certain ambiguity to be in the air. One of these gentlemen is 'selling out'. The question is, which one?' From a signed and numbered edition of only 100 prints. A limited amount is available. $50 USD each, plus shipping/handling.

- NIRVANA Tribute Print: 'I'm Not Like Them...' (Artist's Edition) -

Jermaine was one of the artists commissioned for the "NIRVANA: Taking Punk to The Masses" exhibit by the Experience Music Project (with approval from the Cobain estate.) This print is entitled, 'I'm Not Like Them...' and measures approx. 24x18 inches. Offered here is the artist's edition, printed on cream colored stock (the regular edition, on sale at the EMP Museum, is printed on white stock.) About the imagery, Jermaine says: 'Sometimes it's hard to remember that everyone we know is basically the result of whatever happened to them when they were a child. Everyone around you is a child... deformed, in a way, by age and experience. Little Kurt was a boy who would be king... a king with a rusty crown. It might've been better if he'd been a plumber... or an accountant. Oh, the selfish part of us won't even tolerate that idea... but it might've been better. A life is worth something. It's worth something.' The artist's edition is limited to only 75 prints, and a limited amount of these are being made available. $50 USD each, plus shipping/handling.

- 'Self Portrait' Art Print -
About this 24x20 in. (approx.) screen print, Jermaine says, 'I'm pathetic. You don't have to tell me.' From a signed and numbered edition of 150. $40 USD each, plus shipping/handling.

Matt W. Moore Infinity Knot Theory Art Print on sale

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Matt Moore, or MWM, is a master of geometric ingeniousness - in our books. To have him create a little somethin-somethin for 1xRUN, let alone this impressive seven color silkscreen print, is an honor. This is a brand new piece of Matt's, belonging to his self-titled sub-genre of Vectorfunk. Hey, we dig vectors - they're all shiny, scalable, low file size - and funk is awesome, but what's Vectorfunk?

Vectorfunk is the name Matt Moore gives to the abstract digital artwork that he creates... using Adobe Illustrator. Vector graphics are created by arranging points to create form, as opposed to raster graphics that are made up of pixels. Many years ago while Matt was in school learning graphic design, he immersed himself in this method of rendering images.

"The work that I do in this style is inspired by abstract geometry, optical illusions, and free form composition," he explains. "Most of my Vectorfunk work celebrates vibrant colors and unique color combination's. My goal is always to grab the viewer and ask them to fall into the design, following a line through the piece, or trying to evaluate what is in front and what's behind." These colorful, abstract mazes of form and color have certainly captivated us!

All prints are Signed & Numbered by the Artist and come with a Certificate of Authenticity from 1xRUN.

18x24 7 Color Screen Print on 140 lb French Paper

Buy it HERE

ASVP Future Cop Art Print On Sale

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ASVP is a New York based artistic team that began working together more than 7 years ago and has more than 25 years of combined creative experience.
The team has made paintings, mural and poster art that has been displayed in major cities throughout the world including London, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, Zürich, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Varanasi India and New York City among others.
ASVP is currently working on a September 2011 solo show at the Black Book Gallery
in Denver Colorado.

  • The piece has three layers: background, background pattern and foreground, but there are 4 colors with the foreground image fading from black to blue to black.
  • Colors were custom mixed by us, nothing straight out of a can.
  • Each layer was hand-pulled by us–no machines.
  • The print is not a full bleed, it floats within a roughly 1.625” white border on all sides.
  • The original artwork and typography was first hand drawn by us, then screened–nothing ripped off.
Buy it HERE

Clint Wilson Mystery Tube Sale PLUS- Tim Doyles Transformers prints in each tube!

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Clint Wilson has moved into a new apartment, and he’s got TOO MANY POSTERS! So, to prevent him from having to build his new entertainment center out of posters, Nakatomi is having a tube sale to help him clear out some space!

And, to make it extra special, wthey’re throwing in a copy of Tim Doyle’s Transformers: The Movie screenprint in each tube ordered, regular or variant! (It’s random…like a MYSTERY or something!)

These prints are all slightly mis-printed, mainly with just little ink-drops in the border. They ended up with right over 50 of these that are PRETTY MUCH perfect except for little smudgies in the corners.

Some of them have smudgies, and others HAD smudgies on the top white border so they chopped the top white area off, but not into the image area. They’re are all signed, and once framed, you won’t see any difference. Nakatomi will not have any copies of this print for sale at a later date, so this might be your last chance to pick one up at a reasonable price. (Seriously, have you seen what people are paying for them on eBay? Crazy.)

Clint comes to Nakatomi and says- “I’d like to do a tube sale!” And they said, “We’ve got these Transformers posters that are great but not sale-able at full price!” It’s a match made in heaven.

5 prints per tube. 4 completely perfect Clint Wilson prints. One of them is going to be the Transformers print, regular or variant. $50 a tube. Only 50 tubes available.

Come get ‘em HERE.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Shepard Fairey Urban Roots Movie Poster

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I created this poster for the documentary Urban Roots. It’s a great film and I know from working with these same folks on the 11th Hour that they are great grassroots activists. A portion of the proceeds from this poster go to Urban Roots Action.


Urban Roots and it’s action to put farms in schools is getting a big push from Shepard Fairey who has generously created a poster to support the action and will donate proceeds from his artwork. OBEY Clothing will also sell a T-Shirt of Fairey’s Urban Roots image in which 100% of profits will go to putting farms in schools. Urban Roots, Tree Media’s next documentary, is a timely, moving and inspiring film about the emergence of urban farmers in the most unlikely of places, in downtown Detroit. Produced by Leila Conners (The 11th Hour) and Mathew Schmid and directed by Detroit-native Mark MacInnis, the film shows the vibrant local economy of farming that has united people from all walks of life, all ages and races, who have come together to create community based on healing the soil, growing and eating healthy food. Urban Roots goes beyond film; it is also a call to action, as a portion of proceeds goes to putting farms in schools through the Tree Media Foundation. By pulling out asphalt and putting in farms, children will experience the growth cycle of seed to harvest to table and take the message home that growing your own food is a simple and vital process. To join the movement, plant your field of dreams and help others do so too, please go to:

The poster is 18 x 24″ Screen print signed and numbered edition of 450

On sale Friday July 29, 2011 at a random time at

Kevin Tong Crazy for Cult 5 posters on sale details

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Kevin Tong contributed two prints to the Crazy for Cult 5 Show at Gallery1988, both which sold out at the gallery show pretty quickly.

The first one is based Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. The print, titled ” Here’s Where I Live…Lived” is a 3 color screen print on 100 lb cream cover paper in an edition of 60. All the prints are signed and numbered.

The second one is from a movie I love, Being John Malkovich. The print, titled “Think What I Think, Feel What I Feel” is a 3 color screen print on 100 lb cream cover paper in an edition of 60. All the prints are signed and numbered.

Both prints will cost $60 each and will be available in his online store HERE at a random time on Wednesday (7/27/11). Both can be bought together as a set for $100. Limit one per household.

The Decemberists Cleveland poster by David Welker

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The Decemberists were in Cleveland last night and David Welker did the poster for the show. Growing up with a big connection to Cleveland David felt compelled to do something about the city and venue. Limited edition of 120. Three-color screen print on 15″ x 21″ paper. On sale details to follow.

Jon Stewart Sanity sticker in the spirit of Hope


Escape Hatch Design in an homage to Shepard Fairey's iconic Obama HOPE portrait designed SANITY. Because when HOPE is lost, the lost hope for SANITY! Stickerobot printed these as well as the original Hope stickers, so you know they are high quality.

Buy them HERE to keep your Sanity.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Emek Eddie Vedder Santa Barbara Poster on sale details


Emek was personally asked to revisit the location and the subject matter of my infamous Pearl Jam wave poster from Santa Barbara 2006. But on the 5 year anniversary of that show, to make it more about Eddie Vedder "solo".

Limited Edition silkscreen of 100 copies, signed, numbered, embossed and doodled.
size approx. 18" x 24"
price $98.7654321 plus shipping

Go to this Thursday July 28th at 12:00 noon Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) and hope for the best

Beirut and Lady Lamb the Beekeeper poster by Kris Johnson

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Kris Johnson sent an email over introducing himself and showing off his latest poster and I must say I really like it. Kris Johnson's new poster is for the bands Beirut and Lady Lamb the Beekeeper. The show is in Portland, ME. Where Lady Lamb/Aly Spaltro is from. The poster is available to see HERE and he has a bunch of process photos to go along with it. Kris has always been incredibly interested in seeing other artists process and hope people enjoy seeing his own.

The poster is 5 color screen print, 20 x 26, with an edition of 100 signed and numbered.

The poster will be for sale at the show this Friday and online afterward in Kris' Etsy Shop HERE

Check out more of his work HERE

Jeral Tidwell and Angryblue INK ALCHEMY 4 official book release

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Angryblue and Jeral Tidwell present: INK ALCHEMY 4... 40 pages almost 90 of the latest and sickest illustrations from both of them.
The books have a 4 color screen printed cover with aged parchment pages. Limited edition of only 800 books. Signed by both of them.
The first 100 orders will receive 2 free mini screen prints. Available now on both of their sites...

Jeral Tidwell:

Maxx242 Soundgarden poster on sale NOW

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Maxx242 has put his Soundgarden Nevada poster up for sale. The poster is 18”x24” 6 Color screen print signed and numbered edition of 90 by MAXX242.

Buy it HERE

Olly Moss returns to threadless tees Thursday

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Way back in 2003, Olly Moss submitted his first design to Threadless! In a word, it was "suck". Thankfully for everyone, he did not give up, got printed, and oh by the way got printed 20 more times! Spoilt, In Case of Zombies, The Food Chain, AV... all classic Threadless tees and all Olly.

Nowadays he's the talk of the town! From his arrival at Threadless HQ ( video below) to his most recent gallery show in LA to his PS3 covers to props in the NYT, let us be the first to say, nice job Olly

And he's come back home with Thursday's release of 4 new Select tees! Chosen from his most recent work, they're excited to put these awesome designs onto quality tees and onto your quality bodies!

You can win some HERE

Buy them HERE Thursday.

Moniker Sh*t art print on sale details

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First off no its not monkeys throwing crap on paper. Moniker's new print "shit" is available Thursday, July 28, 2011, at . Shit is a mixed media (watercolors and spray paints) piece on 16 x 20 Arches Natural White 100% Rag Watercolor Paper 140 lb. Cold Press with deckled edges. Each piece is made individually by the artist by hand, and is unique. Edition of 40. $45 each. The prints will be available between 12-1 EST. There will also be one (1) canvas version of the print (in a different color scheme) added to the site and available on the canvas page at at approximately the same time. The canvas will be $225.

Aaron Horkey and Pushead Patchwerk art print and a real picture of Aaron

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Aaron Horkey has at last been photographed and shown to the world. I'm sure many of you always wondered what Aaron looks like. Arrest Motion has a good article with some pictures from the Patchwerk release and signing at SDCC this weekend, check them out HERE

Daniel Danger opening at the Cotton Candy Machine

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Arrest Motion has a good article with some great pictures from Daniel Dangers show in New York. Check it out HERE

Monday, July 25, 2011

Munk One Soundgarden Las Vegas Poster on sale details

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The latest SOUNDGARDEN poster by Munk One. This print is from the July 23rd show in Las Vegas, Nevada at The Joint.

Signed and Numbered version will go on sale today Monday July 25th 2011 at 10am PST at Edition of 100. $55.00 each.

Black Lips Poster by Two Rabbits Studios

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Two Rabbits Studios like the Black Lips so much they decided to have some fun with the their poster and create it a different way. The first color, yellow, is hand rolled onto the paper using a lino ink roller. The purple and black layers they printed by hand, then the Red type they stenciled on each poster with spray paint. To see more pictures of how they did it click HERE

Limited edition of 50, approximately 20 x 15 on white coverstock.

Buy it HERE

Seldon Hunt Evilution Naturalus art on wood

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I gotta say this is just striking WOW. Moon Editions will be releasing of “Evilution Naturalus,” their first collaboration with Brooklyn based artist Seldon Hunt.

“The totem of the unholy one. The unnatural and the sublime, evolution and corruption meet in the blasmosphere of purgatory. Death, resurrection and reincarnation are engraved into Latvian birch with the impossible symmetry of diabolic perfection.”

Seldon Hunt Evilution Naturalus 2011.

Laser engraving on enameled Latvian Birch.

Black / Edition of 20.

Red Variant / Edition of 5.

14.25 x 22”

Signed and numbered by the artist on verso.

Mounted on .5” Latvian birch backing, w/ router detail for hanging.

Wrapped in a unique hand printed wrapping paper, shipped in a rigid box.

Black $240 + S&H

Red Variant $280 + S&H

Available Monday in the Moon Shop at a random time.

Esao Andrews latest art print

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Esao Andrews has a new art print being released today. It features a rabbit hanging out on some giant, colorful egg/sphere thingy. The print is 16"x 16" inches with the usual signed, numbered, embossed. Edition of 100. $85. Shipped flat.

On sale today at noon eastern time HERE

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Winner of the Widespread Panic Poster

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Comment #8 by HippieRN won the Widespread Panic poster. Please email me your address and I will get the poster sent out.

Thanks to everyone that entered and to Mike King for the poster.