Thursday, September 21, 2017

Francisco Ramirez Big Lebowski Movie Poster Release By Galerie F

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Francisco Ramirez is the Head Honcho of the one person design/print studio Bureau of Print Research and Design based in Milwaukee Wisconsin. His work primarily consists of lowbrow and collage art that is used mostly for gigposters, shirts, and other promotional items. The Bureau is here to make some prints that you may or may not like, Ramirez likes fun though. For the The Big Lebowski show poster, the idea was to institute at least 3 memorable facets from the the film and combine the items into a layered poster.

The poster is Four color screen print measuring 18 x 24 inches, digital artist signature, hand numbered edition of 100.

Buy it at

You can get AP's from Francisco in his store HERE.

James Bullough Pania of the Reef Print Release By PangeaSeed

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PangeaSeed is pleased to announce the latest print of the ongoing Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously - Vol. 3 print suite by guest artist James Bullough (USA). The highlighted issue of this edition is coral reef conservation and ocean acidification.

Artist: James Bullough
Title: Pania of the Reef
Issue: Coral reef conservation and ocean acidification
Edition of 50 prints plus 5 artist proofs signed/numbered
Paper: Italian cold press watercolor paper
Dimensions: 16x20 inches with a 1-inch border
Price: $100 USD plus shipping and handling

Available Thursday, September 21, 2017, from 12pm PST at

Artist statement:
Pania of the Reef is a legendary protector of the reef in local Maori folklore and is believed to live in the waters off the coast of Napier, New Zealand. Earlier this year, I collaborated with PangeaSeed Foundation's Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans program and painted a large scale mural about Pania in Napier.

Due to man-made climate concerns, specifically, the rising CO2 levels in our atmosphere, the acidity levels of our oceans have risen and continue to rise at alarming rates killing the planet's reefs and the delicate ecosystems around them. Pania is depicted floating defiant and hopeful over her baron reef despite the fact that she herself is dissolving from the acidification of the ocean.
You can help save corals:
Donate to an organization working to raise awareness and research such as PangeaSeed Foundation, Reef Check, Coral Reef Alliance etc.

Advocate global and regional action to protect of coral and coral reefs.

Support the establishment and protection of marine protected areas (MPAs).

Recommend ecotourism and dive or snorkel on coral reefs - but remember to look and DO NOT touch or stand on corals. This offers sustainable monetary alternatives to destructive fishing methods.

Think twice before you buy. Do not support the illegal trade of coral and try to reduce your carbon footprint.

Educate yourself, friends and family on the issues facing coral and other endangered ocean animals. Act NOW if we wish to save our seas.

Kii Arens John Williams Posters And A Sleestak

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Kii Arens has released a couple of great posters inspired by John Williams famous movie soundtracks for his 3 nights at the Hollywood Bowl.

John Williams "Death Star"
Hollywood Bowl 2017
Screen on mirror stock.

John Williams "Jaws"
Hollywood bowl 2017

 Plus there is a Sleestak poster that is Signed by Sid and Marty Krofft 18" x 24" Print - Silk screen with black velvet features on gold mylar stock. Limited Edition Quantity 100

Buy the John Williams poster at

To buy the Sleestak Click HERE

Tara McPherson Father John Misty Poster Philadelphia

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Tara McPherson got the opportunity to make a poster for one of her recent favorites... the awesome Father John Misty! This poster was for the show at the killer outdoor venue The Mann Center For The Performing Arts in Philadelphia. Her and Sean drove the posters down and got to go to the show! What a fun night! This poster features a new lovely heroine with her trusty Mr Wiggle balloons, Ace and Ion, and George the little vampire.

The poster is a 5 Color Silkscreen measuring 18" x 24".
Signed and Numbered Edition of 200.

Buy it at The Cotton Candy Machine.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Metallica Lyon Prints By Jeff Soto Release

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Heads up fans of Jeff Soto and Metallica, his Lyon France AP posters drop on Wednesday.

The posters are 18” x 24” limited edition screen prints for Metallica’s September 12th show at Halle Tony Garnier in Lyon, France. AP (yellow and red with GID) edition of 50, Night (grey with GID) edition of 30, Rainbow Foil edition of 30, and Gold Foil edition of 25.

The poster was inspired by Metallica’s "…And Justice For All" album, as well as the famous Monument à la Gloire de la République in Lyon.
 Available on Wednesday, Sept 20th at 11am Pacific -

Malleus Foo Fighters London Posters Release

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These are the brand new posters Malleus designed to celebrate the release of Foo Fighters "Concrete and Gold" album.

They worked on two different prints, one for the opening of "Foo Fighters Arms" pop up store in London, and one for Foo Fighters gig on September 19th.

Live in London 4 colors on cream paper - ltd of 249
ARMS 4 colors on cream paper - ltd of 250 copies
Live in London - Variant Edition 4 colors on foil paper - ltd of 50 copies
ARMS - Variant edition 4 colors on foil paper - ltd of 52 copies

They'll be making a limited online release on September 20th in their store at a random time .

QOTSA Pittsburgh Print By AJ Masthay Release

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Bottleneck Gallery have got a great new gig poster release from AJ Masthay.

AJ’s print for Queens of the Stone Age’s recent Pittsburgh show features a uniquely new stylistic approach that they really admire. Here are AJ’s thoughts on the poster, “This one's a bit of a departure from my norm as I wanted to pay homage to the art nouveau poster artists of the early twentieth century. This one in particular is styled after what is likely the most famous print from that era, Henri Privat-Livemont's Absinthe Robette, with some obvious rock ‘n roll twists.”

Queens of the Stone Age - Pittsburgh, PA - Regular Edition by AJ Masthay
7-color linoleum block print
18 x 24 inches
Signed, hand-numbered, and embossed edition of 50

Rain Foil Variant
Oil Slick Foil Variant
Lava Foil Variant
Stained Glass Foil Variant
Watercolor Variant

AJ’s print, alongside its variants, will be available for purchase Wednesday at 12PM EDT on the homepage,

Brian Methe Brokeback Mountain Movie Poster

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Brian Methe released his officially licensed "Brokeback Mountain" screen print which is part of the Gallery1988 Focus Features anniversary show.  Its a four-color screen print, 18x24 and is a run of 50.

Its available here:In Brian's Etsy Store

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Matt Ryan Tobin Society Movie Poster Release

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This Wednesday Mad Duck is releasing a new Officially Licensed screen print movie poster for the 1989 Cult Classic film, "Society", with art by Matt Ryan Tobin!

Directer Brian Yuzna describes the movie as being about "fear and paranoia in Beverly Hills". Matt Ryan Tobin had the following to say about the movie and his design:
"SOCIETY is a completely original, tongue in cheek, thought-provoking 80's gem...and its absolutely batshit crazy.
So when Mad Duck reached out to me to do a poster for it, I said yes without hesitation.

Upon more research into the film I learned that director Brian Yuzna was heavily inspired by the work of Dali.
As soon as I learned this, Dali's "In Voluptas Mors" came to mind...and fully inspired this 80's redux/homage to his incredibly legendary and iconic work.
I wanted to capture the era of the 1980's and 80's poster art itself but also create something elegant, statuesque and upon closer look...grotesque.

Those that have seen the film can probably understand what the relevance of this piece is to the film and what it suggests
both on the surface and beneath the surface. For those who have not seen the should do so. Its a trip."
The poster will be available in two editions.

Beach Edition (Reg) - 24X36, 6 color screen print, hand numbered, Run of 125, $65
Party Edition (Variant)- 24X36, 6 color screen print, hand numbered, Run of 75, $85

Both will go on sale this Wednesday, September 20th at 12PM Eastern time!

Monday, September 18, 2017

Adam Pobiak Eric Clapton Posters Release

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Adam Pobiak has a couple more stunning Eric Clapton posters releasing this week.

Adam discuss the prints:
"Of course things can always change, but Eric Clapton does not plan to play any more concerts after the September 18th show at the Forum in Los Angeles. Since it is likely these posters are for his last ever performances, I set out to create art work as grand and as celebratory as such an illustrious career deserves. Photos were chosen to best encapsulate his entire career across the set. The younger photo is from one of his earliest solo performances in 1973, and the recent photo was taken at Madison Square Garden this March."
Here are the details:
New York City (blue)
AP edition of 100
5 colors: white, blue, dark grey, transparent black, black
Printed on gold foil stock

Los Angeles (red)
AP edition of 150
5 colors: white, red, dark grey, transparent black, black
Printed on gold foil stock

All posters are 21 x 36 inches
All posters are signed and numbered

On sale Tuesday 6pm London (1pm EDT, 10am Pacific) at