Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Tim Oliveira Paranoia Art Print Release

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Tim Oliveira has a new Print titled "Paranoia".

Limited Edition silkscreen print, signed and numbered in pencil. The print is a tribute to actress Anita Ekberg.

Size: 18" x 22.75"

Buy today at

Editions: (all with Free Shipping to anywhere in the USA)
Hot Pink, 25 prints, price $48 each
Yellow, 16 prints, price $48 each
Blue, 27 prints, price $48 each
Variant Edition (with split fountain background, all unique), 36 prints, price $53 each
B&W editions (one right/one left eyes) 5 prints/5 prints, price $43 each

Coupon code good just for 3 days, until January 2, 2021 at 4:00 PM

NEWYEAR21 (Orders $100 or more receive $15 off their total)

Friday, December 18, 2020

The Who James Eads Poster Release

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The Who released their highly acclaimed rock opera Tommy in May of 1969 that was supported by a massive tour throughout North America and Europe. The Tommy Tour came to its conclusion 50 years ago, December 18, 1970, at The Roundhouse in London (fun fact: opening for the band that evening was a young musician named Elton John). It was a night of celebration for the band, who were in extra good spirits that evening.

To commemorate this historic show, James R. Eads created a beautiful print setting the scene of a wintery yet glowing city of London, the band's energy lighting the city through their music during the holiday season.

Main Edition- $75.00
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 100 Hand Numbered
Four Color Screenprint on French White Paper
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Rainbow Foil Edition- $150.00
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 40 Hand Numbered
Four Color Screenprint on Holographic Rainbow Foil Paper
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Available Friday December 18 at 2 pm EST at

Jay Ryan Everybody Stayed Home Print

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Jay Ryan dropped two new prints, including EVERYBODY STAYED HOME, which is a project no one is super happy about, but we should all be doing anyway. The print is small, ten by thirteen inches that is signed and numbered edition of 163. Jay is very happy about the way they turned out.

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Dayne Henry 311 Music Poster

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311 live streamed their debut album "Music" from their studio last month and artist Dayne Henry created a poster to commemorate the event. Fighting 4 Dreams have Artist Edition copies of said poster available right now! There are 3 different versions available - a Regular edition, a Rainbow Foil edition and a special "Swirl" Foil edition.

The posters measure 24" x 18" each and are all signed/numbered by Dayne Henry. All 3 versions of the poster also feature glow in the dark inks (posters sold through the 311 store last month do not have glow ink the dark inks). The posters feature several Music album references and easter eggs - can you find them all?

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Friday, December 11, 2020

The Doors New Orleans Poster By Luke Martin Release

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Iconic by Collectionzz is releasing official posters for The Doors by Luke Martin commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the band’s final concert with lead singer Jim Morrison.

The Doors played what turned out to be the band’s final concert with Morrison on December 12, 1970, at the fabled A Warehouse concert hall on Tchoupitoulas Street in New Orleans. While the performance itself went so poorly the band called off the tour the next day, the Warehouse show has passed into rock ‘n’ roll legend much like Morrison himself.

The Doors broke out of Los Angeles with 1967’s “Light My Fire,” and Morrison was the leather pants-wearing Lizard King, a charismatic counterculture sex symbol shaman who excited audiences. But by the time he arrived onstage at A Warehouse, “he had been living his life like a Roman candle burning at both ends for the last five years,” said David Dutkowski, The Doors’ official archivist.

The 20-song set opened with “Roadhouse Blues” and “Back Door Man.” At some point, Morrison stopped singing and sat down. “Multiple band members said it was like something left him at that moment,” says Dutkowski. “Ray Manzarek (who died in 2013) swore he looked up from his keyboard and saw Jim’s spirit leave his body. He swears the shamanistic energy, the soul of Jim Morrison, flowed out of his body and with it, the will to perform.”

During the final song, “The End,” Morrison lost it.

“I was standing on the side of the stage at the end,” recalled concert promotor Don Fox. “Jim started talking about life and death and what was going on in the world in 1970. All of a sudden, he took the mic stand and started smashing it and smashing it right into the stage floor. And then he walks off.” Fox went over to where Morrison had been standing “and there’s a hole in the stage. He drove the mic stand right through. He’s the only artist I’ve ever seen put a hole in the stage.”

Following the show the other band members had a meeting at which they agreed that the New Orleans show should be their live swan song, since Morrison's unpredictability made further touring impractical. Morrison participated in the recording sessions for L.A. Woman, then went to Paris in March while the rest of the band finished up the mixing sessions. Weeks later, on July 3, 1971, he turned up dead. He was 27.

Following The Doors show at A Warehouse, Fox repaired the damaged section of the stage. Upon learning of Morrison’s death, he carved “In Memory of Jim Morrison” into the plywood patch. “In a strange way, the Warehouse and Jim Morrison are linked together forever.”

Main Edition- $75.00
Size: 12" x 36"
Edition Size: 200
Manilla Paper Seven Color Screenprint

Main Edition Foil- $150.00
Size: 12" x 36"
Edition Size: 100
Seven Color Screenprint on Gold Matte Foil Paper

Variant Edition- $100.00
Size: 12" x 36"
Edition Size: 75
Seven Color Screenprint on Manilla Paper

Variant Edition Foil- $200.00
Size: 12" x 36"
Edition Size: 25
Seven Color Screenprint on Gold Matte Foil Paper

Wood Panel Edition- $400.00
Size: 12" x 36"
Edition Size: 50
Wood Veneer Panel in Hand Welded Metal Frame
One Color Screenprint
Printed Signature and Hand Numbered

All prints except for the wood are signed & numbered by Luke. They all have Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity.

All prints will be available Friday December 11 at 2 PM EST at

Zeb Love Looking Forward Print Release & Puzzle Giveaway

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Zeb Love has a new art print in two colorways titled Looking Forward.

Size is 18x24" - 2 Color Silkscreen w/ metallic gold - 100lb French Index off White Paper - Edition of 36.

Size is 18x24" - 2 Color Silkscreen - 100lb Cougar White - Edition of 43.

Both prints are available now at

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Sam Gilbey Into the Spider-Verse Movie Poster Release & More

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Grey Matter Art are thrilled to finally show this weeks release and super happy to announce their first time ever working with artist and illustrator, Sam Gilbey! They have been a fan of Sam's work for quite a while now and it truly excites us to have the opportunity to collaborate on future projects! Seeing Sam tackle Into the Spider-Verse was a real enjoyment. His style and attention to detail really comes together by combining the many elements that made this movie so memorable. In addition to Sam's Poster, they are super pleased to feature a new piece of Spider-Verse concept art for the movie, presenting all our heroes against the colorful backdrop of the city. Both posters are fine art archival Giclees, printed on acid-free paper with archival inks that fans and collectors alike can hang on their wall and admire!

Into the Spider-Verse by Sam Gilbey
16" x 24" Hand-Numbered Fine Art Giclee (Hot Press Bright)
Edition of 125
Printed by Grey Matter Printing

Into the Spider-Verse Concept Art
24"x11" Hand-Numbered Fine Art Giclee (Hot Press Bright)
Edition of 125
Printed by Grey Matter Printing

Into the Spider-Verse by Sam Gilbey & Concept Art Goes On Sale December 10th at 1 PM EST. in the GMA Shop!

Monday, December 7, 2020

Winner of the Neal Williams Metallica Spain Poster

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 We have a winner in the Neal Williams Metallica poster giveaway. The random numbered generator has spoken and it choose comment 24 by Jason Groves. I agree with Jason, Kill Em All is my favorite too. When that came out it was like nothing else at the time.

 So congratulations Jason you are the winner, 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.

Thank you to everyone that participated and of course this would not have been possible without the generous contribution of Neal Williams.

If you dig the poster and want to see more of Neal's work, he still has a few left in his store



Friday, December 4, 2020

Metallica Neal Williams Madrid Poster Free Friday Giveaway



 After Thanksgiving last week I think almost everyone would be happy to have someone else do some cooking and therefore I give you this killer poster by Neal Williams. This was the VIP poster Neal did for the Madrid Spain show in May of 2019. This is the artist edition that is screenprinted, the ones the VIP's got at the show were lithographs.

Poster measures 18" x 24" inches. Six colors on 100 lb. Cougar Natural paper. Signed and numbered in an artist edition of 60.

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 what you favorite Metallica album is. 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 December 6th at 6pm EST 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.

Thank you once again to Neal Williams for the giveaway.

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Pantera Posters By Matt Ryan Tobin Release

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Reinventing the Steel was released on March 21, 2000, twenty years ago, and the music and the memory live on stronger than ever today. "Goddamn Electric” was Pantera's love song to heavy metal, and as such, it gives a much deserved salute to the band's own favorite groups Black Sabbath and Slayer. "Phil was calling out all these bands that stuck true to their guns," Dimebag explained to Guitar World in 2000. When Phil Anselmo belts out the words “your trust is in whisky, weed, and Black Sabbath” in “Goddamn Electric,” it hits hard every time. Collectionzz is commemorating this song and album with amazing prints by Matt Ryan Tobin.
"This song explodes. The moment I first heard it, so did my head. I interpret this song being about finding salvation in music and happiness in the little things. At the end of the day, regardless what the world throws at you - you always have whiskey, weed…and Pantera." - Matt Ryan Tobin
Dirt Edition - $60.00
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 120 Hand Numbered
Paper: Cream Stock
Five Color Screenprint
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Fire Edition - $100.00
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 100 Hand Numbered
Paper: Cream Stock
Five Color Screenprint

Steel Edition - $165.00
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 40 Hand Numbered
Paper: Brushed Steel Foil
Five Color Screenprint

Available December 4 at 2pm EST at

Kilian Eng A Dream of the Reef 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 Kilian Eng (Sweden), this limited art print edition highlights the importance of protecting vulnerable marine bio-diversities such as coral reef ecosystems and the pressing impact of coastal development.

Artist: Kilian Eng
Title: "A Dream of the Reef"
Pricing: $75 USD for Standard Edition | $125 USD for Variant edition
Edition Size: Regular edition of 75 numbered prints | Variant edition of 25 numbered prints

Dimensions: 18x24 inches
Regular edition printed full-bleed with hand-deckle edges on Canson Aquarelle 310gsm archival paper | Variant edition printed on Slickrock Metallic Pearl 260gsm 

Release date: Thursday, December 3 at 12 pm PST via

Artist statement:
"Coral reefs have many important functions. For example, they provide shelter for a huge variety of underwater organisms. Many species of fish live there in their early life before swimming out to the open sea. It is a great example of the natural beauty and magic of our oceans. A beauty that is losing its lifeforce and turning into a colorless underwater wasteland devoid of all life due to human impact.

My starting point for this project was the impact of coastal development and the negative and deadly effects it has on the ecosystems close to the shore. 40% of the world's population lives close to the coast, something that causes numerous threats to corals through the ever growing development of human infrastructure and the threat from global warming." - Kilian Eng

George Bletsis Home Botanicals Art Prints Release

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This week Black Dragon Press are releasing four gorgeous new prints by George Bletsis celebrating some of his favorite more unusual houseplants. Printed giclée with screenprinted embellishments these 10" x 10" prints will make for the perfect backdrop to your green corner or a thoughtful gift for the houseplant enthusiast this Christmas. Each plant is limited to 50 copies and available individually or as part of a set.

George Bletsis's Home Botanicals will go on sale this Friday December 4 at 5pm UK time Noon EST in the US exclusively in the Black Dragon Press Shop.

Sebastian Bentler Recollection Art Print

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Sebastian Bentler has a new print he has released titled Recollection. It is

Two color Screenprint on 315gsm Innova Soft Textured Natural White handpulled by the artist.

Sheet size: 42x54cm (17x21″)
Edition of 20 Signed, stamped, embossed and numbered.

Available now at