Thursday, October 29, 2020

David Welker WELKOWEEN Online Print Showcase Release

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David Welker is releasing 12 new prints today.

I'm very happy to present my first ever Halloween Show. I love October so much. Every year I steep myself in Halloween lore both old and new. Something about the transition from the crisp remnants of a Summer past and the foreboding of Winter, evokes deep emotions in our souls. I tried to put together a mix of imagery to reflect the complexity of these feelings. I hope you enjoy the selections. Thank you so much for your continued support of my work.-DW

Base Camp
Archival pigment on cotton rag paper with hand-deckled edges 15 x 20 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 100

The Calling of Saint Jerry
Archival pigment on cotton rag paper with hand-deckled edges 16 x 12 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 150

Disassembled Man
Archival pigment on cotton rag paper with hand-deckled edges 14.8 x 12 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 75

All Saints Day
Screen print 15 x 8.5 inches
Signed and hand-numbered edition of 150

Beware The Full Moon +3 variants
Screen print 16 x 14 inches
Signed and hand-numbered edition of 200

Story Tree +1 Variant
Screen print 13 x 12 inches
Signed and hand-numbered edition of 150

Lawn Bunny +1 Variant
13 color screen print 17 x 14 inches
Signed and hand-numbered edition of 150

All of the prints in this showcase will be available on Thursday, October 29th @ 1PM ET via a special link which will be posted on his web-store homepage.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Willie Nelson Houston Print By Bailey Race Release

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Collectionzz is really enjoying working with Willie Nelson, and they have a new official print for him just in time for Halloween! Back in 1975, Willie played at his Halloween Ball in Houston, at a drive in movie theatre. Tickets were $5.00, you'd pull your car up, take out your lawn chair and cooler, and listen to Willie and his band play Red Headed Stranger. What sounds better than that? Bailey Race created not only a concert poster for this event, but illustrated a scene about the event,

I wanted to create a piece that touched on what it would be like to visit a record shop in 1975, while also preparing to go to the Willie Nelson & Co. Halloween Ball. To do so, I really started to get in deep on how I would make it feel like a small record shop, like it was 1975, and like it was a moment of calm before the famous Red Headed Stranger release show. While doing so I was able to really slow myself down and strip back a lot of what I knew about illustration and even the 70's (Being 23, I had to do a whole lot of research about a time that pre-dates me even existing), and really dive deep into creating a world that felt both bustling and intimate, while also evoking nostalgia from folks who remember the time's rummaging through the stacks at their local shop.

In approaching the concert and composition of the piece, I really wanted to take almost an "Anti-Gig-Poster" approach- In which I mean to illustrate a collectible piece of Willie merchandise, while allowing it to also function as a gig-poster for the Hollows Eve 1975 show. To do so, I focused more on the feel and environment of the scene, while putting the show information in as Easter egg-esque bits throughout the illustration (Such as the Calendar, the hand written ad, and the commercial on the TV)- as well as packing in some other timely references and references to Willie and his eclectic catalogue up to that date.-BR
Main Edition - $50.00 each
Officially licensed
Size: 24" x 18"
Edition Size: 50 Hand Numbered 
5 Color Screenprint on French Yellow Manilla Kraft Paper
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Dusk Edition - $75.00 each
Officially licensed
Size: 24" x 18"
Edition Size: 10 Hand Numbered
5 Color Screenprint on French Yellow Manilla Kraft Paper
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

On sale Wednesday October 28 at 2pm EDT at

Monday, October 26, 2020

Black Crowes Poster By Paul Kreizenbeck Release

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 Collectionzz is on a roll with releasing impressive art over the past 8 months, and it continues tomorrow when they introduce The Black Crowes to their growing lineup of officially licensed prints. The Black Crowes are one of the greatest American rock and roll bands in history, and released their 5x platinum debut album Shake Your Money Maker in 1990 when Rich Robinson was only 21 years old, and Chris Robinson was only 24. Despite their youthfulness, they performed with old soul as though they had been doing it for 50 years. So with that in mind, when creating their first print for the Crowes, Collectionzz wanted to illustrate that balance of youthful energy and old soul, and of course utilize that iconic Crowes logo:

The two-headed crow is meant to symbolize the two Robinson brothers, who have been the only constant members of the band since it's formation in 1984. I spent some time researching the band's art through its history and it has always struck a balance between hippy psychedelia and an aesthetic more serious and sincere. I think the band's music often walks that line as well, and I've tried to capture that feeling in this print. The Black Crowes have had many artists I admire contribute to its visual archive and I'm honored to be among them! - Paul Kreizenbeck
The black crowes est. 1984 print by Paul kreizenbeck available Tuesday October 27 at 2pm EDT on iconic.Collectionzz.Com

Main Edition - $50.00 each
Officially licensed
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 100 Hand Numbered
Screenprinted on French Paper White
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Variant Edition - $75.00 each
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 25 Hand Numbered
Screenprinted on French Paper White
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Winner of the Neal Williams Dirty Head Poster

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Thank you to Neal Williams for a great giveaway and to all 8 of you who entered. The random number generator by Google has picked Mike Verba with comment #1 as the winner. 

Congrats Mike, email me your address and I will be shipping the poster to you. My email is to the right, if you are viewing this on a mobile click web version at the bottom to see the infoz.

Thanks to everyone that entered and to Neal Williams for providing the poster. Be sure to check out his store for this poster and many others

Friday, October 23, 2020

Neal Williams Dirty Heads Sound of Change Poster Free Friday Giveaway



Hello everyone hope you are all doing well. I know it's been a while since I did a poster giveaway, but we got a good one from Neal Williams and the poster he did for the Dirty Heads Sound of Change taping.

Poster is 18" x 24", Signed and numbered in an edition of 25. Four Color screenprint on 100 lb Cougar Natural Paper.

Now go to the top of the post above the picture and click on comments or scroll down (depends on how you see this post via mobile or desktop) to leave a comment about something positive. 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 Sunday October 25th at 6pm EDT and the winner will be announced on Monday. FYI I will not chase the winner or email them, check back on Monday and see if you won, then contact me.

Alan Campbell Solitaire 10 Year Anniversary Print Release

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On February 21th 2010 Alan Campbell released his first print, it was a linocut inspired by a trip to Vienna he had taken the month before, it was a stylized drawing of a man with a beard, printed in pink ink.

This year being Alan's 10 years of printmaking anniversary year he had planned a bunch of projects but obviously life got in the way,

These are also the first prints he has pulled since February in his local print studio, the Glasgow print studio was closed because of covid restrictions.

"Solitaire" started life for as a design for a company in America, i started to realize the direction i was taking didn't make sense for that project so i explained that and they were cool to let me try something else, but i still really liked this drawing, so i wanted to finish it, so i leaned heavy into my Wiener Werkst├Ątte influences, which is a arts and crafts movement that was founded in vienna 1903- 1932, that i really love.- AC

So Solitaire became almost a sequel to his first print release, so it became his 10 year anniversary release it comes in four version in tiny editions.

Herz - Red on white -
Edition of 5 - 18"x24"
Clairefontaine acrylic paper - 360gsm (super thick)
£40/ $54 + S/H

Piks - Black on white -
Edition of 5 - 18"x24"
Clairefontaine acrylic paper - 360gsm (super thick)
£40/ $54 + S/H

Karo - Red on Gold
Edition of 2 - 18"x24"
on Daler-Rowney , Frosted Gold 300gsm
£50/$67 =S/H

Kreuz - Black on Gold
Edition of 2 - 18"x24"
on Daler-Rowney , Frosted Gold 300gsm
£50/ $67 + S/H

Initialed, Numbered and embossed on the front. Artist stamps and full signature on the back.

Congratulations to Alan on 10 years of creating art his way and to many more years !!!

Available now from

Thursday, October 22, 2020

The Doors Morrison Hotel Print by Richey Beckett Release

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Collectionzz is thrilled to finally present their first limited edition print for The Doors, commemorating the album Morrison Hotel on its 50th Anniversary designed by Richey Beckett !

This album was dangerously close to not being made. In late 1969, it appeared that The Doors were destined for a breakup. At the behest of their record label to "work out their demons" by recording a new album, the band re-entered the studio with their long time producer Paul Rothchild. The result was The Doors' iconic fifth album, released in February 1970. Morrison Hotel received critical and commercial success with radio hits such as Roadhouse Blues and Peace Frog.

Creem magazine called the album "the most horrifying rock and roll I have ever heard. When they're good, they're simply unbeatable. I know this is the best record I've listened to ... so far", while Rock Magazine called it "without any doubt their ballsiest (and best) album to date." Circus praised it as "possibly the best album yet from the Doors" and "good, hard, evil rock ... and one of the best albums released this decade"

Collectionzz enlisted Richey Beckett to create a print that authentically captures The Doors in late 1969:

"Illustrating The Doors 50th Anniversary of Morrison Hotel poster was a huge honour. Henry Diltz’s iconic portrait of the band, shot from across the street as they struck a pose in the lobby window, has become one of the most beloved record covers of all time for one of the band’s most celebrated LPs. My intention in the illustration was to bring the viewer closer, right up to the window, face to face with Morrison, Manzarek, Krieger and Densmore as mysterious shapes and patterns emerge from their backlit figures—a glimpse into the legendary Hotel and the mystical narrative created around it." - Richey Beckett
Roadhouse Blues Edition - $75.00 each
Officially licensed
Size: 18" x 24" on French Paper Parcel Wrap Kraft
Edition Size: 250 Hand Numbered
7 Color Screenprint w/ Metallic Gold Ink
Hand Numbered
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Indian Summer Edition - $125.00 each
Officially licensed
Size: 18" x 24" French Paper Cement Green
Edition Size: 150 Hand Numbered
7 Color Screenprint w/ Metallic Gold Ink
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

On sale Friday October 23rd at 2 pm EDT at

Tyler Kirkham Venom #18 Cover Prints Release

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Earlier in the year, Grey Matter Art had the opportunity to feature comic book artist, writer, and creator, Tyler Kirkham's Variant Covers for Venom #1 & #2 and the response was amazing and they couldn't think of a better way than to also release these two stunning Covers for Venom #18 to complement one another! The work Tyler did on both covers A & B are just incredible and they are pleased to also be releasing them as limited edition matching number sets as well! These two, 16x24 inch fine art archival Giclees are printed on acid-free paper with archival inks that fans and collectors alike can hang on their wall and admire!

Venom #18 Cover A Carnage by Tyler Kirkham
16" x 24" Hand-Numbered Fine Art Giclee (Hot Press Bright)
Edition of 125

Venom #18 Cover B Spider-Man
16" x 24" Hand-Numbered Fine Art Giclee (Hot Press Bright)
Edition of 125

Venom #18 Cover A & B by Tyler Kirkham Goes On Sale Thursday 10/22 at 1 PM EDT. in the GMA Shop!

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Crosshair Amanda Blast Furnace Art Print

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The Amanda Blast Furnace stands at AK Steel’s Ashland Works in Ashland, KY, formerly Armco. Upon its construction in 1963 it was described as "largest blast furnace in the free world". It was the last furnace to operate at that the Ashland Works. It was idled in 2019 and permanently ceased operation in 2020 with the closure of the facility.

Dan MacAdam of Cross originally shot this subject for a Black Keys poster in 2012, when it was still running. This version eliminates the changes he made to create a gig poster and restores its true appearance. People have been asking about an art print version of this long sold-out poster for years so if you're one of them, here it is.

Amanda Blast Furnace is an 8-color silkscreen fine art print, 17.5 x 23”, produced in a signed & numbered edition of 62.

 He also has a new Wilco poster available for one of the few pre-covid concerts earlier this year.

 Get them at

Darin Shock 311 Halloween Posters

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Darin Shock had the honor of designing the official 311 Halloween poster for 2020. His edition (regulars and foils) are available for purchase right now until 11:59 pm EDT Tuesday night. Please note that this is a PRE-SALE and all posters will take approximately 5 weeks to be printed and shipped. There might be a few available down the road, but purchasing right now during the pre-sale is the only way to guarantee you'll be able to grab one. There's a regular edition, plus a Swirl foil, Rainbow foils (two versions), and a limited number of Donuts foils. Posters are 12x36", 5 color screen prints and come signed & numbered.

The classic Ben Cooper plastic mask and costume was a huge part of the Halloweens of my childhood. It's probably fair to say that 2 out of 3 kids wore one each year. My personal favorite was when I dressed up as Scooby Doo in 1983. Anyway, I've always been attracted to these masks, as well as the packaging. I've actually had this concept tucked away in my sketchbook since 2009 and have just never found the right fit for it. When I got the nod from mgmt to do this poster, I figured this was my chance! Anyway, hope you dig it. -DS
All available now at

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Grateful Dead Jack Straw by Luke Martin Release

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Luke Martin makes his grand return to Bottleneck with his second Grateful Dead piece.

Luke Martin’s follow-up entry in the BNG ongoing Grateful Dead Artist Series builds on his previous print, creating the ultimate fan diptych, incorporating iconic GD mascots, themes, and imagery!

Plus don't forget that they are DOUBLING the accrual of BOTTLEBUX, so every $1 spent = 10 POINTS!

Grateful Dead: Jack Straw by Luke Martin
Screen print measuring 18 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered timed edition
Edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold through Sunday, October 18th at 12PM EDT.

Regular foil
Screen print on foil paper measuring 18 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 125

Screen print 18 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 200

Variant foil
Screen print on foil paper 18 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 125

Luke's timed edition print will be available Wednesday October 14 at 12PM EDT through Sunday October 18 11:59PM EDT on the BNG homepage, link below.

Luke's variant prints will be available Wednesday (10/14) at 12PM ET on the Bottleneck Gallery homepage!

Jessica Hess The Wizard Art Print Release

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PangeaSeed Foundation is pleased to announce the latest print release in their 2020 print project, "In Peril: A Visual Story of Our Ocean's Greatest Challenges". Featuring original artwork by supporting ARTivist Jessica Hess (USA), this limited art print edition highlights the conservation of vulnerable marine species and the importance of marine biodiversity.

Artist: Jessica Hess (USA)
Title: "The Wizard"
Price: $100 USD
Edition size: 50 plus 10 APs
Dimensions: 18x24 inches on cold-press watercolor paper.
Printed full bleed with hand-deckle edges signed and numbered by the artist.

Artist statement:

"I’m very happy to be working with PangeaSeed Foundation this year and raising awareness and funds for our oceans. I grew up in a beach town in North Carolina and the ocean is a huge part of my life. I am endlessly intrigued by the new and strange creatures humans are discovering as our technology improves and we are able to explore deeper and deeper to unlock the mysteries of our planet.

In an alternate dimension, I studied marine sciences instead of going to art school. But here and now I am pleased to create art that celebrates marine diversity. I present a hopeful image of what a healthy ocean looks like while reminding people of a need to preserve and protect it." - Jessica Hess

Release date: Thursday, October 15 at 12 pm PDT via

Friday, October 2, 2020

N.C. Winters I Dissent Art Print and Fundraiser

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N.C. Winters has released a great new print, dont worry you can get one.

Details from the man himself-

Things are pretty intense right now.

There’s just too much going on in every direction, and like many of you, I’m wishing there was more I could do. The passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spurred me into action and I’ve decided to try and do something about how I feel. So I’ve made a new art print, and am donating half of the proceeds to the ACLU to raise money for those who combat the widespread injustice going on in the country right now. In their words:

“The ACLU dares to create a more perfect union —
beyond one person, party, or side.
Our mission is to realize this promise
of the United States Constitution for all
and expand the reach of its guarantees.“

If you wish to support this cause, please consider buying a print. Or maybe you don’t really have an opinion on this matter and want a print to celebrate the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this is for you as well. There’s a chance you don’t care about any of this and are just collecting my art, and looking to add the next piece in your collection. That's fine also.

The prints are 18″ x 12″ three color screenprints, printed by Lady Lazarus in Houston. They’re available in two versions: the regular print as is for $40, and a hand embellished version for $150. Against better judgement, I’m putting NO limits on the prints, even the hand embellished versions(!). So if you want to buy several, I encourage you to do so, even though my future painting hand may regret that decision. Right now my goal is to raise as much money to donate as possible.

The prints are available right now, and will be until next Friday, October 9. The total number of prints sold within the window will determine the final edition size. Please understand that the final number of prints sold, both regular and especially hand embellished will determine the final shipping time. My estimate for now is 3-5 weeks from today, but of course, that may change depending on the amount sold. I appreciate your patience in advance!

Thank you for your support as always, and specifically for this print. This is something I feel strongly about and thank each and every one of you who joins me in this endeavor.

“I Dissent” timed edition screenprint
Print size: 18″ x 12″
Final edition size determined by how many prints sold within the sale period: October 1–9.
Three-color screenprint on Madero Beach speckletone 100# cover stock.
Each print is hand signed & numbered.
$40 each for regular print.
$150 for hand-embellished version.
50% of profits from sales will be donated to the ACLU.

The prints are available right now in his online shop!

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Zeb Love Heaven Hill & Hi-Fi Art Prints

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Hope you're enjoying the first few days of Autumn. Zeb Love spent them in the print shop making these posters. With all the gigposter work on pause for the foreseeable certainly has made his work slow down to a trickle. But he has been staying busy, being able to make these art prints really helps keep the lights on. He is also been enjoying using oil paints.

Heaven Hill
18x24" - 5 Color Silkscreen - 2nd Edition of 82 - Signed/Numbered

"Original artwork I made for an Avett Brothers Bend Oregon show in 2019. I created an identical art print of that poster for an art show in CA, but only a small edition of I think 18? This is a little different, I flipped the canvas so the banjo player is now a right handed player. The colors are also slightly different."-Z

18x24” - 4 Color Silkscreen with metallic gold - 3rd edition of 83 

"With this edition a split fountain of two blues were added for the sky/border. Also the artwork on the record sleeve was changed to the snake/apple emblem. That emblem was also used in Serigraphy Volume 3 as well as some of the last batches of notebooks made."-Z

Get them now at

Richard Hilliard Night Of The Demon Movie Poster

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The Halloween season is almost upon us, and Mad Duck Posters are ready to help you celebrate it with a new release.

They are excited to release new posters for the Horror Noir masterpiece, Night Of The Demon/Curse Of The Demon by Richard Hilliard! The move was originally released in the UK in 1957 as Night Of The Demon. Scenes were cut for the US release to achieve a shorter runtime in 1958, and the movie was re-titled Curse Of The Demon.

Regular edition is 24x36, Screen Print on Silver Metallic Paper, Run of 75, $65

Variant 24x36, Screen Print on Red Metallic Paper, Run of 45, $85

The Night Of The Demon posters are available now at