Friday, May 26, 2017

David Welker Trey Anastasio Band And Primus Posters Release

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David Welker's good friends at Bottleneck Gallery will be releasing his personal copies of Trey Anastasio Band at the Philadelphia Fillmore and Primus Red Rocks posters, Friday May 26th at 12noon EDT

Trey Anastasio Band
This is a 5 layer screen print. It's 14x22" in an Artists Edition of 40 prints

This is also a 5 layer screen print. 14x22" in a show edition of 600 prints. These are David's personal numbers from the show edition.

Buy them both at

Darin Shock Laurel and Hardy Busy Bodies Poster Release From Mad Duck

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Mad Duck Posters is excited to release the first officially licensed Laurel & Hardy screen print poster this week! "Busy Bodies" by Darin Shock is their first poster in a new ongoing Laurel & Hardy series; capturing many of the legendary comedic duo's best films and moments.

"Busy Bodies" was released in 1933, and features the pair in a hilarious story of mishaps during a normal day of work at the sawmill factory. Darin did a fantastic job capturing a classic Laurel & Hardy moment, Oliver Hardy stuck in a bad spot due to one of Stan Laurel's mishaps, complete with iconic expressions for both actors with full likenesses!

There will be two versions of the poster offered. Both are 18 X 24. The regular is a 6 color screen print and the variant is a special 7 color printed on wood !

Laurel & Hardy is not the only print Mad Duck is releasing Friday...

In addition to the Laurel & Hardy release, Mad Duck also are releasing the new poster "The Stranger" by Luke Butland. Inspired by several Western genre films, "The Stranger" features a gunfighter sitting a top a pale horse, riding on the outskirts of town, smoking a cigar, with a whip clearly seen. Who is this man and what does he want? Supernatural force of retribution, or a man obsessed with revenge?

Measuring at 36X24, this poster is available as a 6 color screen print.

Both " Busy Bodies" and "The Stranger" go onsale Friday, May 26th, at 12PM EDT at

Misfits 40th Grave and Crypt Prints By Shepard Fairey Release

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The Misfits are a punk rock revelation and a band that have mesmerized Shepard Fairey from his first introduction to them in 1985. Being asked to do a Misfits 40th anniversary logo recently was a huge honor for Shepard, and that art is still available as a t-shirt now on the band’s websites – and Shepard is also very excited that the art is going to be dropping next week as two different variations of fine art screen prints. The Misfits art is pure alchemy genius and the best example of remixing marginal subculture imagery into a cohesive cult brand in history.

Misfits 40th Grave. 18 x 24 inches. Screenprint on cream Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Shepard Fairey. Numbered edition of 450. $50. Available Tuesday, May 30 at 10AM PDT on

Misfits 40th Crypt . 18 x 24 inches. Screenprint on cream Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Shepard Fairey. Numbered edition of 450. $50. Available Tuesday, May 30 at 10AM PDT on and

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Eric Clapton Posters By Adam Pobiak

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Adam Pobiak says being asked to create posters for Eric Clapton was an unbelievable honor. There was a stretch in his life where the Yardbirds were his favorite band, this then turned into a longer stretch when Cream took the top spot, In the last many years it's Blind Faith that usually finds its way into his ears. If you are familiar with posters you will know that a very high percentage of the best/most famous posters from the 60's and 70's are for these 3 bands.

More from Adam on the posters:
"SO it absolutely blew my mind when I was not only able to draw the name Eric Clapton, but could also add Delaney & Bonnie, the Blues Breakers, Derek and the Dominos,  the Yardbirds, Cream, and Blind Faith to the art. BUT This also presented a problem. This was not art for a reunion tour, this is a tour celebrating 50 years of uninterrupted creation of music. If the Grateful Dead ask you make something for their reunion you make something that looks a poster from their hayday. If Black Sabbath asks you for art for their reunion you make something that looks like Sabbath would have done in the 70's. But Clapton has never stopped playing. His solo career has had many facets, and all of his bands have been quite different from one another, so the challenge was to find a constant. What can represent 50 years of drastically different music in one poster? His guitars. His guitars have been the constant across his 50 year and counting career.  So with the guitars as the focus, as much care as possible was taken to represent them as realistically as possible, with every scratch, every dent and every crook of the wood grain. The guitars are also presented at Life size (1 to 1 scale) to make it as clear as possible that this is not just "a guitar" this is Eric Clapton's Martin 00-21, this is not "a guitar" this is Eric Clapton's Gibson ES 335, this is not "a guitar" this is Eric Clapton's Fender Stratocaster called "Blackie."  
Here are the details:
New York City
AP edition of 75
6 colors: white, blue, red, transparent black, black, gloss black

Los Angeles
AP edition of 75
5 colors: white, green, brown, transparent black, black

AP edition of 50
5 colors: white, sky blue, red, transparent black, black

All posters are 24 x 36 inches
All posters are printed on 270gsm Curious Super Gold Stock
All posters are signed and numbered

These will be available to buy Friday May 26 at 6pm London time (1pm Eastern, 10am Pacific) in Adam's store at

He may also throw one or two sold out prints from his private stash into his shop on Friday as well so keep your eyes peeled.

Liam Brazier As Seen On TV Exhibition And Print Release From Flood Gallery

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Thursday night The Flood Gallery will host the first solo gallery exhibition of new and best work by the brilliant LIAM BRAZIER.

The exhibition, called LIAM BRAZIER: AS SEEN ON TV features the launch of 9 BRAND NEW PIECES, with an array of his best work also on display and available for sale.

The new work will be available in open editions, size A2 @ £40 with strictly limited large-size editions of 30 available at 24”x 36”, signed and numbered by Liam, for £70. The launch takes place at The Flood Gallery tomorrow evening, May 25th from 7pm, with the prints being available online at thier website from 10PM BST 5pm EDT here:

Here’s a couple of previews of Liam’s new pieces, featuring his takes on scenes from the classic Start Wars & Jurassic Park movie series.

Father Figure
A2 - £40.00
24 x 36" - £70.00
Gallery-quality giclée art print
Printed on 100% cotton rag archival paper
Printed with archival inks
Each art print features a minimum one-inch border
24 x 36" Edition of 30 signed and numbered

Park Life
A2 - £40.00
24 x 36" - £70.00
Gallery-quality giclée art print
Printed on 100% cotton rag archival paper
Printed with archival inks
Each art print features a minimum one-inch border
24 x 36" Edition of 30 signed and numbered

Mike Fudge Primus Birmingham Poster

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The AP editions of the poster Mike Fudge created for Primus 5-23-17 show in Birmingham, Alabama are on sale now.

5 color screen print
18"x 24"
Signed and numbered
Artists edition and ultra limited gold and sparkle foil variants


Mondo Never Grow Up Disney Online Poster Release Part 1

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On Thursday Mondo be releasing the first round of posters from theur recent gallery exhibit, “Mondo x Cyclops Print Works Present Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show.” It was a dream come true to host the show for Mondo, which featured the work of more than 25 incredible artists taking on their favorite Disney films.

The posters below will be available at a random time Thursday (5/25) via on Please note that these premiered at the gallery, so only a portion of the edition size will be available online.

Atlantis: The Lost Empire by Joe Dunn. 12"x36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 160.

A Bug’s Life by Josh Holtsclaw. 24"x18" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 235.

Bambi by Laurent Durieux. 24"x36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 400.

Big Hero 6 by Ken Taylor. 24"x36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 400.
Big Hero 6 (Variant) by Ken Taylor. 24"x36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 200.

Peter Pan by Tom Whalen. 36"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 410.
Peter Pan (Variant) by Tom Whalen. 36"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 205.

Pinocchio by Jessica Seamans. 18"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 305.

Sleeping Beauty by Florian Bertmer. 36"x24" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 290.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by James Flames. 24"x26" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 305.

Tron by Stan and Vince. 24"x36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 305.

Tron: Legacy by Craig Drake. 24"x36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 300.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Nikita Kaun Red Hot Chili Peppers Louisville Poster

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Beyond the Pale have released this stunning poster by Nikita Kaun for the Red Hot Chili Peppers show in Louisville last week. When I posted this on Twitter people lost their minds. Now you can get one here are the deets.

Red Hot Chili Peppers
May 2017
*UV Spot Varnish used
Giclée print on 250 gsm stock
Artist: Nikita Kaun
20 x 28 inch
Limited Edition of 250
USA $ 30.00

Buy it at Beyond The Pale HERE

Jeff Soto Potatostamp 15 Years of Posters Gallery Show

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This Saturday Jeff Soto will be in Austin for Potatostamp: 15 Years of Posters by Jeff Soto, his first ever exhibit of prints! This show is a retrospective of his screenprinted gig posters and fine art prints from the last 15 years, and features over 60 prints on display.
A different frame of mind comes into play when creating gig posters. They are illustrative and serve as merch for the bands but they also have to invoke the spirit of the music. I enjoy the creative freedom given with gig posters and it’s fun to match the band’s music with visuals. I also enjoy the technical aspects of creating screen prints. There are size limitations, and a limited amount of colors and papers to choose from. The layering and trapping of colors, and creating halftone and gradients sometimes feel like an artistic puzzle. These technical challenges make screenprinting interesting and creatively rewarding to me.

Most of the prints will be available for purchase. There’s odd colorways and small edition prints available at the gallery. I teamed up with Volcom and Austin’s Industry Print shop for a show poster and a fine art print! We’ll also be screenprinting my design onto shirts, so bring a T!-Jeff Soto
“Potatostamp- 15 Years of Prints by Jeff Soto"
Exhibition Dates: May 27 - June 18, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 27th 6-11pm

Volcom Gardens is pleased to present Potatostamp: 15 Years of Posters by Jeff Soto in what will be his first ever retrospective of screenprinted posters. In addition, this will be Soto’s first exhibition in Texas. The exhibit consists of over 60 screen printed posters, spanning from 2002 to 2017. Many will be available for purchase, along with show and fine art editions of the “Grim Reaper” Soto’s newest print.

Volcom Garden
1209 E. Sixth Street
Austin, Texas
For more info contact Michael Sieban at 512-698-0327

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Flint Eye Alert Globe Shepard Fairey Print Release By 1xRun

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For second release in the 1xRUN Flint Water Crisis Print Suite they are excited to welcome in Shepard Fairey who brings us the Flint Eye Alert Globe. Read on 1xRun to find out more behind Shepard Fairey’s print to help them continue this ongoing series. To donate directly head to the Michigan ACLU here and The Flint Child Health & Development Fund of the Foundation of Flint. Stay tuned as 1xRun will be announcing new prints from some of the contemporary art world’s biggest names, both locally and internationally, in the coming months with more artists joining Robbie Conal, Shepard Fairey, Doze Green and Maya Hayuk as part of this ongoing series…
 "This piece is based on a painting I did for my 'Earth Crisis' show in Paris. The entire body of work for that show used these shades of blue/turquoise as a connection to the air and water that is essential to sustaining life on planet Earth. This piece is more specifically about the idea that we need to see what is right in front of us, that we are dependent on nature and I used the blooming flower as a symbol of both beauty and growth. If we keep ruining the air and water, things won't grow, not to mention we'll all get sick." - Shepard Fairey
The Flint Eye Alert Globe print is an 18 x 24 inch 4 color screen print with an edition of 450. This RUN comes signed and numbered by Shepard Fairey and includes a signed Certificate of Authenticity from 1xRUN.

On sale at NOON EDT at