Monday, July 26, 2021

Tupac All Eyez on Me Poster By Mexifunk

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As we look back 25 years since its release, All Eyez on Me was Tupac without compromise—a deep look inside his mind. It captures him at his most vulnerable and provocative. Executing an array of styles at an almost impossibly high skill level that never feels like an exercise in form, and is a remarkable final document from one of his generation’s defining voices.
"There are artists that come on the scene and just perform. AND THEN, there are ARTISTS who do more than perform- they motivate and cast a golden brilliance throughout a generation. For me TUPAC is one of them very few artists who had so much to share because he had lived the best he could and was able to deliver so much beyond any controversy. It's the reason why I collaborated with Collectionzz to honor the 25th Anniversary of ALL EYEZ ON ME. We chose to screenprint them on a brushed gold foil paper to pay homage to the brilliance that emanates from Tupac's wise words of wisdom.” -Mexifunk
Artist: Mexifunk
Size: 24" x 18"
Edition Size: 150
Five Color Screenprint
12pt Brushed Gold Foil Paper
Hand Numbered
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

On sale now at Iconic by Collectionzz Store.

Echo Print Gallery Comic Con at Home Posters Release

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ECHO print gallery, known for it’s artist driven, limited edition silk screen band posters, is set to release a handful of exclusive variant posters for Comic-Con@Home 2021. The posters are being done in small limited runs, so don’t delay.

Jimi Hendrix Under the Sea by Jim Mazza.
This 11-color screen print measures 18”x24” and will be available in these limited edition variations:
Jimi Hendrix Under the Sea Cotton Rag Variant– 30 pcs / $100
Jimi Hendrix Under the Sea Citrine Stardream Variant– 30 pcs / $100
 
Pink Floyd October 13, 1973 Vienna Austria by Wolfskulljack
This 11-color screen print measures 18”x24” and will be available in these limited edition variations:
Pink Floyd October 13, 1973 Vienna Austria Midnight Cotton Rag Variant– 75 pcs / $100
Pink Floyd October 13, 1973 Vienna Austria Midnight Rainbow Foil Variant– 75 pcs / $100
 
KISS January 22, 1977 Chicago, IL Lava Foil Variant by Dirty Donny Gillies
This 10-color screen print measures 18”x24” and will be available in this limited edition variation:
KISS January 22, 1977 Chicago, IL Lava Foil Variant – 30 pcs / $100
 
All the posters are on sale now at the Echo Print Gallery Store.

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Iggy and the Stooges Detroit 1969 Print by Godmachine Release

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Exactly fifty-two years ago on July 20, 1969, arguably two of the most important moments in mankind occurred at the same time. First, at 10:56 p.m. ET the American astronaut Neil Armstrong put his left foot on the lunar surface and famously declared, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Also at 10:56 p.m. ET Iggy and the Stooges were playing in Detroit, Michigan. No doubt, equally important to civilization.

In the summer of 1969, most of the world simply didn't know what to make of Iggy Pop and the Stooges. The brash and abrasive band blasted out of the Detroit underground with a seething vengeance, armed with caustic songs laced with bracing titles, like "I Wanna Be Your Dog." But The Stooges essentially laid out the blueprint for punk rock to generations of noisemakers eager to plug in and turn it up to 11. The album's brutal and violent approach was reflective of the mood of a nation dealing with the atrocities of the Vietnam War, and civil unrest bubbling up across the country.

"My memory of the original years was a transfixed, frozen attention," Iggy Pop told Rolling Stone in 2007. "Few people wanted to be anywhere near the stage. They would just stare. It was as if the audience was a gigantic cardboard cutout, a diorama. Nobody moved. Nobody went to the bathroom," he cracked. "Little by little, people started liking it. It was mostly high school kids -- tenth graders," Pop continued. "What we did didn't bother them. They thought the riffs were cool. The songs said something to them. And then there were the Ramones, sitting in Queens, going, 'I can get with that. It's kind of simple.' It didn't bother them at all."

The Stooges were a late addition to the bill at the Grande Ballroom on July 20, 1969. Audience accounts of the evening recall Iggy being told on stage that Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. Ecstatic at the news, Iggy proclaimed "I'm gonna play a special dedication" and the Stooges played "1969" in honor of the event. Well fifty-two years later, we're going to honor it all with an out-of-this-world Iggy and the Stooges print by the one and only Godmachine.

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

Moonbeam Glow Edition - $125.00
Artist: Godmachine
Size: 24" x 18"
Edition Size: 25
Four Color Screenprint w/ Glow In Dark Inks
Hand Numbered
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity
 
On sale Tuesday July 20th at 2pm EDT the Iconic by Collectionzz Store HERE.

Thursday, July 1, 2021

Josh Homme What is a Villain Art Print Release

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Joshua Homme What is a villain to some, a hero to others & don't mean nothin' to one? Didn't hear you mate, I was drifting downstream. Words by Joshua Homme.

 The first official portrait of one of rocks most dynamic, mesmerizing & inventive musicians. During lockdown John Harris of Beyond the Pale asked Josh what he thought of the gallery doing a portrait of him. He was enthusiastic & naturally wanted some input. The design behind his head is " The Helm of Awe" Josh was adamant the Viking symbol be featured on the poster. Aegishjalmr, or the Helm of Awe, is a Viking runic symbol designed to protect warriors in battle, and also give them courage and strength. The symbol can also be used to give a person the fortitude to overcome their fears. Joshua Homme the family name originated in Norway, a country with a long historical connection to Vikings. It's not too hard to imagine Joshua Homme standing tall on the prow of a Viking longship as it sets sail. 
 
 Joshua Homme, Rhys Cooper the artist & John collaborated on every aspect of this work.
 
SUPPORT MUSICIANS & ROADIES 50% of sales go to Support Actan Australian charity that, helps people in the music industry that have been smashed by Covid. 
 
There are 3 different editions

RED MIRROR FOIL A new paper stock. Mirri Legion 250gsm has a metalized surface that’s 100% biodegradable & provides a very high mirror finish. 6 Color Silkscreen * Edition of 100 Signed & Numbered.

CHROME MIRROR FOIL Mirri Legion 250gsm has a metalized surface that’s 100% biodegradable & provides a very high mirror finish. 6 Color Silkscreen. Edition of 100 Signed & Numbered.
 
 BLACK MIRROR FOIL Mirri Legion 250gsm has a metalized surface that’s 100% biodegradable & provides a very high mirror finish. 6 Color Silkscreen. Edition of 100 Signed & Numbered.
 
Available now at Beyond The Pale !

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Black Crowes Three Charms Poster By Nathaniel Deas Release

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The Black Crowes released their fourth album, Three Snakes and One Charm, almost 25 years ago remaining untouchable when it came to reviving classic-rock sounds and re-imagining them in original new ways. Among Three Snakes' many highlights, "Under a Mountain" was a cryptic Southern rocker (sample lyrics: "Lay down with number 13") that was written in five minutes, according to Rich; "Nebakanezer" was a psychedelic strut laced with serpentine guitars and "(Only) Halfway to Everywhere" an irrepressible singalong; the Indian-flavored "How Much for Your Wings" made for a beguiling detour and "Blackberry" was a funky rhythm & blues penned in the spirit of the band's earlier, breakthrough hit with "Hard to Handle." For the 25th anniversary we wanted to create something as unique as the record, and asked illustrator Nathaniel Deas to take viewers on a visual exploration of the album!

Main Edition
Dimensions: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 125
Paper: End Hymns House Stock
Print: Six Color Screenprint w/ GID inks
Signed & Numbered: Yes
Authenticity: Holographic Sticker
Price: $50
 
Variant Edition
Artist: Nathaniel Deas
Dimensions: 18" x 24"Edition Size: 25
Paper: End Hymns House Stock
Print: Six Color Screenprint w/ Florescent & GID inks
Signed & Numbered: Yes
Authenticity: Holographic Sticker
Price: $100

Available Wednesday June 30th at 2pm EDT at Iconic by Collectionzz Store.

Moebius Spider-Man & Wolverine Posters Release

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Grey Matter have a true treat for you this week. GMA have the great honor to release the first part of an ongoing series for French artist, cartoonist, and writer Jean Giraud, or known better to most as Moebius! Moebius worked in the Franco-Belgian bandes dessinées, or also known as the BD tradition. His style lends perfectly to dystopian visions coupled with sci/fi and fantasy environments and elements. He has also created stunning concept art for many classic films, like Willow, The Fifth Element, Alien, and The Abyss. In addition to these areas of contribution, Moebius has also lent his name to the comic world featuring some of our most beloved Marvel characters and GMA now have the pleasure of releasing their first two posters to you this week!

First up, The Amazing Spider-Man #800 Variant Edition and one of GMA's favorites, Wolverine Returns #2! Both show our heroes mixed in with elements that scream classic style Moebius...and for that, we love these! Both Posters are 16" x 24" Giclees printed on acid-free paper with archival inks!

The Marvel Art of Moebius Goes On Sale Thursday, July 1st at 1PM EDT in the Grey Matter Art Shop!

Miles Tsang 2Pac California Love Artist Edition Print Release

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 Miles Tsang will be releasing his artist edition copies of the 2Pac California Love poster he did for Collectionzz earlier this year. 

Regular edition is signed & numbered out of 50 and the gold foil has an edition of 25. 

Available Wednesday at Noon EDT in Miles Tsang Store.

 

Monday, June 28, 2021

Jim TAZ Evans 311 25th Anniversary 1996 Tour Poster Release

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Back in 1996, Jim “TAZ” Evans met with members of 311 to craft a tour poster. The poster featured an alien attack, explosions, spaceships, and chaos imagery, totally fitting for the band at the time. That poster was just done in a small number for the actual shows and never released as an edition. The 311 1996 tour poster became one of the most popular TAZ posters ever, and one of the most difficult to obtain. 311 has now commissioned TAZ to do two variants of the original design, each with a foil edition. TAZ will be releasing his signed and numbered edition through Sugar Press. Fans of 311 that got the other unsigned colorway from the band can make the package complete, the original pencil sketch for the 1996 poster is printed on the back, with a little hand-written story of the genesis of the concept.

Poster Details:
311 25th Anniversary Tour Poster / 1996 Tour redux
5 Color Serigraph w/ Split Fountain

Edition size:
50 variant prints signed and numbered by TAZ / 4 AP's
50 foil prints signed and numbered by TAZ / 4 AP's

Stock: 100lb. Archival Paper
Size: 18x24/ including 1” white border

Artist Edition drops at 2pm EDT at Sugar Press Art Store !

Friday, June 25, 2021

Vertebrae33 Cloudkicker Poster

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When I started reading the email from Vertebrae33 about his new poster my first thought was whats a Cloudkicker.

So wiki delivered the info

Cloudkicker is a post-rock / post-metal musical project based in Columbus, Ohio, created by guitarist Ben Sharp. Sharp, a commercial airline pilot, doesn't pursue Cloudkicker as a full-time project; he releases his music as "pay what you want" under the Creative Commons license through Bandcamp.

 Love play on words with the band name and Ben being a pilot. 

  Poster is 18x24 6-color silkscreen poster edition of 100. Signed/Numbered by Vertebrae33.

Available now in Vertebrae33 Store HERE !

 Check them out, here is the their album from last year.

 

Thursday, June 24, 2021

311 25th Anniversary 1996 Tour Poster Band Edition By TAZ

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Back in 1996, Jim “TAZ” Evans met with members of 311 to craft a tour poster. The poster featured an alien attack, explosions, spaceships, and chaos imagery, totally fitting for the band at the time. That poster was just done in a small number for the actual shows and never released as an edition. The 311 1996 tour poster became one of the most popular TAZ posters ever, and one of the most difficult to obtain. 311 has now commissioned TAZ to do two variants of the original design, each with a foil edition. TAZ will be releasing his signed and numbered artist edition very soon.

To make the package complete, the original pencil sketch for the 1996 poster is printed on the back, with a little hand-written story of the genesis of the concept. These will likely go fast.

Fans of 311 can get the band colorway today from The 311 Store HERE.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

The Doors LA Woman Print by Steve Thomas

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For the band's sixth album L.A. Woman, The Doors continued the trajectory of Morrison Hotel return to blues. On L.A. Woman, Jim Morrison’s vocals were raw and loose, Ray Manzarek’s varied organ lines were masterful, John Densmore was powerfully tight and Robbie Krieger was sharp and biting. If anyone felt the Doors had lost a step dealing with Morrison’s obscenity bust in Miami and subsequent tour cancellations, this was a strong opening rebuttal. 

The album was fresh and free-flowing, and critics unanimously praised L.A. Woman. Rolling Stone’s Robert Meltzer wrote, “You can kick me in the ass for saying this (I don’t mind), this is the Doors greatest album and including their first, the best album so far this year. A landmark worthy of dancing in the streets.” The album went to number five in the charts and the first single, the Krieger-penned “Love Her Madly”, reached number seven. The album also included L.A. Woman, and arguably the Doors' most well known track Riders On the Storm (which was also the last time the four Doors recorded together). 

Collectionzz's inspiration for the L.A. Woman 50th Anniversary print was from Doors co-founder and keyboardist Ray Manzarek's own description of the classic album:
"[L.A. Woman] represents to me a drive across the great American Southwest. Driving on the freeways and highways through the desert - Arizona or New Mexico - or driving up the coast of California on Highway 1, from L.A. to San Francisco. It's alive, it's free, it's young and it's wild."

The illustration was designed by Steve Thomas, whose style is a mix of vintage poster, travel and product art from the early 20th century. Collectionzz hope it transports you from wherever you may be to Highway 1 on the Californian coast, with the sun shining, the music of the Doors in your ears and the wind on your face blowing your cares away.

On sale now at Iconic by Collectionzz.

Doaly Captain America 80th Anniversary Posters Release

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Grey Matter Are were able to have UK based graphic designer and digital illustrator, Doaly put some time aside from all the gorgeous comic cover art he's been putting out for X-Men and Radiant Black and create this stunning Captain America: The First Avenger Poster! As GMA continues to celebrate Cap's 80 Years in Comics, they are pleased to feature Doaly's WW 2 propaganda style poster displaying a very stoic and patriotic Steve Rogers. This poster brings you right back to that war time period and who better to represent this than our favorite Super-Hero, Captain America and just in time for July 4th, too! This 18" x 24" Limited Edition Screen Printed Poster comes in a Regular & Variant Edition. 

The posters Go On Sale Thursday at 1 PM EDT. in the Grey Matter Art Shop!

Grateful Dead Prints By Nicholas Moegly & Caleb Williamson

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Bottleneck Gallery's Grateful Dead Artist Series returns with Nicholas Moegly and a follow-up from Caleb Williamson!

Nicholas’ Grateful Dead print pays homage to Jerry Garcia’s legendary house in San Francisco, 710 Ashbury. An unimaginable amount of stories, art, and culture stem from the landmark location, and Nicholas’ interpretation is graceful, charming, and nostalgic.

Caleb takes us on another GD journey with his newest print, The Caravan Continues! Caleb’s fun shapework and joyful coloring return, along with a crew of Bears ready to rock out on a trippy road trip.

Caleb and Nicholas’ prints will be available for purchase on Wednesday at 12PM EDT in the Bottleneck Gallery Shop !

Dirty Donny KISS Chicago 1977 Poster Release

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ECHO is set to release the third design in their KISS Poster Series with Dirty Donny
Gillies
on Friday.
“It was a lot of fun to do a tribute to Rock and Roll Over, as this is one of my all-time favorite record covers. I mean really, I have stared at this cover longer that I'd like to admit! I'm a long time KISS fan so this was an honor. I tried to make a poster that I would hang on my own wall, hope you all dig!” - Dirty Donny Gillies
This 9 - color screen print measures 18”x24” and will be available in these limited
edition variations:
KISS January 22, 1977 Chicago, IL (Gallery Edition) – 150 pcs / $60
KISS January 22, 1977 Chicago, IL (Gold Foil Variant) – 75 pcs / $80
KISS January 22, 1977 Chicago, IL (Sparkle Foil Variant) – 75 pcs / $80

 The print will drop on Friday June 25th beginning at 11AM (PDT – West Coast) / 2PM (EDT- East Coast) in the Echo Print Gallery Store.

Friday, June 18, 2021

Jimi Hendrix Richey Beckett Monterey Pop Print Release

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Jimi Hendrix would make his US debut with the Experience at The Monterey International Pop Festival on June 18, 1967, and he set the standard for what it meant to look -- and sound -- like a rock star. Donning a ruffled shirt, velour vest and bright red pants, with a scarf around his forehead, Hendrix commanded attention as he stepped on stage with the Fender Stratocaster that he would later douse in lighter fluid and set ablaze in one most iconic performances (and imaged) in rock history.

Coming on after 40 minutes of the groovy sounds of the Grateful Dead, the Jimi Hendrix Experience had maximum impact as they blasted into their high-octane take on Howlin’ Wolf’s Killing Floor followed by Foxy Lady, the latter introduced with a self-assured: “Dig this.”

Their first big American gig might have been belated, but as a band they were more than ready after honing their set on the European psychedelic scene. The threesome meshed superbly on what is acknowledged as one of the best festival sound systems ever.

Ultimately, the Monterey Pop Festival belonged to Hendrix. He arrived as a relative unknown in the States and left the personification of inclusivity and adventure during the Summer of Love. His guitar-burning showmanship became as iconic as the man himself, and it was the perfect subject matter for an official print. Richey Beckett took a very unique approach in creating this amazing art by using many layers of colored ink washes, appearing as wild and free as Jimi's playing:

"My idea for this piece was to imagine someone who had been in the front row at Monterey describing to me the energy and the feeling of what they witnessed, how they remember it. Like recalling a dream. Hendrix as this otherworldly being—explosive, ethereal, on fire." - Richey Beckett

 On sale now at ICONIC by COLLECTIONZZ Here.

Thursday, June 17, 2021

David Welker Summer Solstice Print Release

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As we head into a hopeful summer David Welker decided to dust off some pieces that have been waiting in the wings to be released. He's been moving his old studio and setting up again in a new location in lower Manhattan and also out on Cape Cod. In the process of organizing he reworked and refined these 6 pieces for print editions.

Brick City Typo - Sepia Variant
Archival pigment on cotton rag with hand-deckled edges
~ 19 x 14 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 50

Memory of a Memory
Archival pigment on cotton rag with hand-deckled edges
~ 22 x 16 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 100

The Secret of the Seed
Archival pigment on cotton rag with hand-deckled edges
~ 24 x 16.5 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 200

The Sentinel of Lost City
Archival pigment on cotton rag with hand-deckled edges
~ 14.5 x 11.5 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 150
Minotaur Digesting a Monarch
Archival pigment on cotton rag with hand-deckled edges
~ 24 x 19 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 100

The Fire Owl
Archival pigment on cotton rag with hand-deckled edges
~ 10 x 12 inches
Signed, embossed and hand-numbered edition of 175

All six prints will be available on Friday, June 18th @ 1PM EDT in Dave Welker's Online Store HERE.

Drew Merritt The Octopus: Revisited Art Print Release

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To celebrate World Oceans Week, PangeaSeed Foundation is pleased to announce the latest fine art print release for their educational print program, Printed Oceans. Featuring original artwork by supporting ARTivist Drew Merritt (USA).

"The Octopus: Revisited" is a hand-crafted edition that highlights the importance of ocean stewardship and the conservation of vulnerable marine species such as the iconic octopus.

Artist: Drew Merritt (USA)
Title: "The Octopus: Revisited"

Print dimensions: 36x36 inches
Edition of 10 | hand-embellished with 24K gold with a one-inch border printed on Slickrock Metallic Pearl 260gsm paper | signed/numbered by the artist | $550 USD

Edition of 20 | one-inch border printed on Slickrock Metallic Pearl 260gsm paper | signed/numbered by the artist | $400 USD


Release date: Thursday, June 10 at 12 pm PDT via shop.pangeaseed.org

Artist Statement:

"Coming from a farm and ranch background in the desert of New Mexico, I quickly learned to value water. I had the privilege to see the Ocean for the first time when I was about 23, and since then my appreciation of natural resources significantly increased. Being a respectful steward to the Earth and understanding that its beauty relies on our upkeep and stewardship is critical.

When I migrated to LA and found myself closer to the oceans, I also found myself realizing how much a populated area can affect the ocean’s delicate ecosystem. Being an artist has allowed me to travel the world and see the bodies of water that cover it. It’s heartbreaking to see how some of our oceans aren’t treated with the same care as others. PangeaSeed Foundation has done an amazing job of connecting and educating thousands of people by joining facts about our ocean’s needs with artistic expression to spread awareness.

The issue of maintaining the oceans is important to me, so I was thrilled to team up and share my print of “The Octopus.” Octopuses are highly intelligent animals, known for their ability to adapt in their environment. Many have been known to use resources available to them, such as coconut shells to build little houses for themselves. When needing to take quick cover or blend in, octopuses can camouflage themselves. These two facts alone drive home that these amazing animals have taught themselves how to survive in their ecosystems as they are. Therefore, we need to help protect it. After all, most of these guys have three hearts. The least we could do is use our one.” - Drew Merritt

Friday, June 11, 2021

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts New York City Print By Marko Manev Release

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Iconic by Collectionzz cannot be more thrilled to announce the release of official art for the iconic Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, starting with this eight color gig-poster screenprint by Marko Manev!

Plus, beginning with this release we're introducing something new called DAY 1/1. Every order made on the day of a release (Eastern Standard Time) will have the chance to receive a version of the print that is a hand numbered 1/1 edition (meaning its the only one in existence)! Collectionzz will share what each DAY 1/1 Edition looks like on their poster database CollectionzzDB once it arrives from the printer!

Artist: Marko Manev
Dimensions: 18" x 24"Edition Size: 125
Paper: 100# French Stock
Print: 8 Color Screenprint
Hand Numbered: Yes
Authenticity: Holographic Sticker
Price: $75
 
On sale June 11th at 2pm EDT in the Iconic by Collectionzz Store HERE.

 

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by Matt Ryan Tobin Release

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In Ziggy Stardust, David Bowie created a persona that not only served as the main character of his best album, but also summed up his place in rock history. He was positively flashy and literally out of this world. So when he and his band the Spiders from Mars– which included Mick Ronson on guitar – took Ziggy Stardust on the road it was showmanship at its grandest. Then, it was suddenly over. On July 3, 1973 he announced to a stunned crowd in London it would be "the last show that we'll ever do," ending the era of Bowie's alter-ego that changed music forever and sent his career into orbit.

This career and music defining moment on July 3, 1973 is precisely what Iconic by Collectionzz is about, and they couldn't have asked for a better representation of this than what artist Matt Ryan Tobin illustrated! There are three different editions of this art, each is a beautiful seven color screenprint depicting Ziggy in his flowing Kansai Yamamoto kimono revealing a galaxy of stars through its opening.

Main Edition
Dimensions: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 125 Hand Numbered
Paper: 100# Cougar Bright White
Print: 7 Color Screenprint
Hand Numbered: Yes
Authenticity: Holographic Sticker
Price: $75

Silver Foil
Dimensions: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 50 Hand Numbered
Paper: Mirri Brushed Silver
Print: 7 Color Screenprint
Hand Numbered: Yes
Authenticity: Holographic Sticker
Price: $100

Gold Foil
Dimensions: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 25 Hand Numbered
Paper: Mirri Brushed Gold
Print: 7 Color Screenprint
Hand Numbered: Yes
Authenticity: Holographic Sticker
Price: $150

On sale June 8th at 2pm in the Iconic by Collectionzz Store HERE.

Kerby Rosanes Planet Coral Art Print Release For World Oceans Day

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To celebrate World Oceans Day, June 8, PangeaSeed Foundation is pleased to announce the latest fine art print release for their educational print program, Printed Oceans. Featuring original artwork by supporting ARTivist Kerby Rosanes (Philippines).

"Planet Coral" is a hand-crafted edition focusing on the impact of warming oceans and marine biodiversity loss. The ocean is home to somewhere between 500,000 and 10 million marine species but warming and acidifying waters, habitat destruction, and over exploitation are putting these very species at increasing risk of extinction.⁠⁠ "Planet Coral" reminds us that what you see now may be gone tomorrow and not take our blue planet’s spectacular biodiversity for granted. Together, let's make every day World Oceans Day.

Artist: Kerby Rosanes (Philippines)
Title: “Planet Coral”
Regular edition: 24x24 inch printed on Canson Aquarelle 310gsm museum-grade archival paper with hand deckle edges | edition of 100 numbered prints | $100 USD
Blue variant edition: 36x36 inch printed on Canson Aquarelle 310gsm museum-grade archival paper with hand deckle edges | edition of 20 numbered prints | $250 USD
Slickrock Metallic Pearl edition: 36x36 inch printed on Slickrock Metallic Pearl 260gsm paper with a one-inch border | edition of 10 numbered prints | $350 USD

Release date: Tuesday, June 8 at 12 pm PST (Los Angeles) via https://shop.pangeaseed.org

Artist statement:

"Coral reefs aren’t just the home of the most diverse ecosystems in the world but also play an important role in providing millions of people with livelihood, food and coastal protection. With problems like warming seas, pollution, changing ocean chemistry and biodiversity loss caused by human activities, this marine paradise faces death and destruction in an unprecedented rate. The disappearance of coral reefs could lead into a domino effect of mass destruction in a global scale.

This piece aims to showcase how important coral reefs, marine ecosystems and the oceans are for the planet’s existence. With awareness and conscious effort, we can all do our part to help save our coral reefs from extinction, protect species that rely on them including us humans and nurture our oceans to provide a better future for this planet we call home." - Kerby Rosanes

Thursday, June 3, 2021

The Band Royal Albert Hall 50th Anniversary Poster by Landland

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The Band, the Canadian-American rock group formed in 1967 remains one of the most influential rock bands in the world to this day. Earlier this year they celebrated the 50th anniversary of their third album, Stage Fright, with a massive box set including a previously-unreleased show from London’s Royal Albert Hall on June 2nd, 1971.

Iconic by Collectionzz are proud to announce the co-release of the official 50th Anniversary, limited edition screenprint by Dan Black of LandLand commemorating this iconic concert! They are available now for purchase via The Band's store, and will be packaged and shipped to you by the packing pros at Collectionzz. Plus, The Band's Robbie Robertson will be signing 10 of these prints, which will be packed into random tubes - good luck to all!

Dimensions: 18" x 24"
Edition Size: 200 Hand Signed & Numbered
Print: 6 Color Screenprint
Authenticity: Holographic Sticker

Buy it at The Band's Store HERE.

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Motley Crue Girls, Girls, Girls Ryan Richardson Pratt Print Release

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Mötley Crüe's iconic Girls, Girls, Girls features hits "Wild Side", "You're All I Need" and the title track "Girls Girls Girls", which became a global success, despite the original uncensored video being banned by MTV. Though the band members barely remember recording it, Girls, Girls, Girls was another smashing success for the band, reaching No. 2 on the Billboard charts and selling over four million copies.

"Girls, Girls, Girls where we were at the time, as a young bunch of men that were extremely successful and didn’t necessarily have all the tools to deal with it. The lyrics are very raw. “Wild Side,” “Girls, Girls, Girls” and “Five Years Dead” are great examples where I feel like I really nailed it. And “You’re All I Need” is a great storytelling song that isn’t as glossy and pretty as some of the other bands were trying to come off as. Of course, you don’t know this until you step back." Nikki Sixx told Rolling Stone in 2017.
The Girls Girls Girls commemorative poster was a real thrill to take on because I knew I'd have no shortage of provocative imagery to play with. My goal was to create a visual that captured the wild aesthetic of the Mötley Crüe of that era. I'd envisioned setting the mood with neon light reflections and a color palette that referenced the album cover and the notorious music video of the title track. Once I settled on a composition, I focused on adding lots of LA atmosphere. Lots of attitude. And more than just a little skin.- Ryan Richardson Pratt
Poster details
Size: 18" x 24" 4 Color Screenprint
Edition Size: Hand Numbered and to be determined by number of prints sold through June 3rd
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity

Available now in the Iconic Collectionzz Store HERE.

Monday, May 24, 2021

Celebrate Bob Dylan's Birthday with Posters

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No other contemporary songwriter has produced such a vast & profound body of work. Songs that feel at once ancient and at the same time fiercely modern. Beyond The Pale has a special on two Bob Dylan posters to celebrate his 80th birthday. 

 Live in Paris with Van Morrison support. 
Giclee print on 100lb off white mate stock. 
18x28 inches 
Art: Nick Boyle 
 
Live in Evansville Indiana
 Art: Ken Taylor 
18 x 27 inches printed on 100lb off white mate stock. 
 
Available now at Beyond The Pale.

Thursday, May 20, 2021

Run-DMC Raising Hell Poster By Ken Taylor Release

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Run-DMC's Raising Hell remains the turning point at which hip-hop crashed through mainstream barriers and never left. Anchored by the crossover smash "Walk This Way," the 1986 blockbuster still sounds like a revolution unfolding in real time. It has everything – hard-rock riffs, turntable scratching, itchy rhythms, hit singles – not the least of which are the trio's invigorating raps and inseparable chemistry

Up until Raising Hell, the rap juggernaut we know as Run-DMC was still in its building and breaking-down-doors phase. In 1986 that changed, and in a dramatic way. With their third long-player, the group had reached the mountaintop. It was the record that proved hip-hop wasn't a fad.

Besides the triple platinum status the album achieved, it was more than just a pop smash. It signaled a new era for rap music, and it was the no-turning-back point for the entire genre. This was the beginning of what we now call the Golden Era, and it still sounds as fresh today as it did 35 years ago. Collectionzz is honored to commemorate the 35th anniversary of Raising Hill with limited edition art by Ken Taylor, who said "I grew up listening to Run-DMC so for me this was both a lot of fun and a great honour!".

Run-DMC Raising Hell 35 - $85.00
Size: 18" x 24" screenprint
Edition Size: 235 Hand Numbered
Holographic sticker on back of print for authenticity
 
Available Thursday May 20th in the Iconic Collectionzz Store

Dirty Donny AC/DC Manchester Poster Release

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ECHO is proud to release the third print in the AC/DC Poster Series by artist Dirty
Donny
, entitled AC/DC April 21, 2009 Manchester, England.

“I've been a fan of AC/DC since I was a kid, so getting to do this poster was a dream
gig. I wanted to incorporate some of their iconic imagery and try and come up with a
poster that I, as an ACDC fan, would like to own myself.” – Dirty Donny
 
This 9-color screen print measures 18”x24” and will be available in these limited edition
variations:
Gallery Edition – 150 pcs / $60
Holographic Lava Foil Variant – 75 pcs / $80
Sparkle Foil Variant – 75 pcs /$80

The print will be available at 11AM PDT / 2PM EDT Friday May 21 Echo Print Gallery Store .

Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill Poster By Fajar Allanda

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Released 25 years ago on May 7, 1996, The Great Southern Trendkill was Pantera’s re-dedication of purpose to thrash metal, at a time radio and MTV were endorsing friendlier styles of alternative metal.

By the time they set out to make Trendkill in late ’95, Pantera were one of the lone remaining thrash-era metal acts that were still selling a lot of records (1994’s Far Beyond Driven debuted at Number One on the Billboard album chart). More crucially, they were one of the only ones doing so without diluting their sound. In fact, while Pantera were growing more successful by getting heavier with each record, most of Pantera’s peers had hit steep career drop-offs and were struggling to remain visible. Perhaps it’s understandable that they felt like the world was closing in on them.

To a large extent, Pantera lashed out, as did Anselmo, but for entirely different reasons. As a result, Trendkill writhes and rails with desperation and self-loathing and roars with intensity, making it the heaviest album Pantera ever released. It also has one of the boldest album cover designs in their history, featuring the apex predator, Western Diamondback Rattlesnake.

To create this, Collectionzz asked the extremely talented Fajar Allanda to work his magic - and he did! There are two editions available, a Main Edition of 225 that measures 24x18, and a XL Cotton Rag with Deckled Edge Edition measuring 22x28 and limited to just 25 copies.

Available now in the Iconic Collectionzz Store !

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Miles Tsang Eyes of the Tiger Art Print Release

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Miles Tsang will be releasing a new art print titled Eyes of the Tiger. There will be a regular plus Boreal Blue and Mean Green variants. Each one will also have a variant on different foils. The ones not on foil will also feature glow in the dark inks. Prints will be 18 x inches and come signed and numbered by Miles. 

Available Wednesday, May 19th at 12PM EDT in Miles Tsang Shop HERE.

Chris Thornley Daredevil Poster Release Details

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Grey Matter Art have quite a treat for you all this week. GMA are taking one of their most beloved comic characters from the Marvel Universe and pairing him with one of their favorite artists working today, Chris Thornley (Raid71). Chris really amazed GMA with this one. We see "The Devil of Hell's Kitchen" overlooking the crime ridden streets of New York with an absolutely stunning backdrop of colorful stained glass windows and Chris's classic rain to finish off the mood! Daredevil comes released as an 18" x 24" Screen Print, Limited to only 175 Copies!

Daredevil by Chris Thornley will by available Thursday May 20th at 1 PM EDT. in the Grey Matter Art Shop!

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Zeb Love Highview Online Showcase Print Release

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Bottleneck Gallery are proud to present their first online showcase with gig poster extraordinaire Zeb Love! Although known for his gig posters, Zeb’s showcase--HIGHVIEW--features six original, conceptual pieces!

HIGHVIEW pieces offer insight into Zeb’s love of storytelling through art, and offer six uniquely different prints brimming with narrative, world building, and intrigue. Several of Zeb’s pieces come with mini-prints containing poetry to enhance the pieces’ stories, and Zeb’s gone out of his way to create a variety of variants on unique papers for this showcase.

Zeb’s entire showcase will be available for purchase on Wednesday May 12 at 12PM EDT in the Bottleneck Gallery Store!

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