Do you have any of Keyes' art, Cutter? I always love when they pop up in the "latest proud print acquisition" thread on EB. Haven't sought after any yet though.
Ive had 1 or 2 I've let go for A) the thing was big and would need custom framing and B) it was worth far more to someone else then me. The big ones are extremely nice and his imagery is so unique. His perspective is just so intriguing, especially the prints involving water. I've heard good things about the print quality of his little stuff as well so I didn't blink an eye with the release of the new one from Tiny Showcase. If there's one you of his you like definitely seek it out.
pretty awesome tour poster i got tonight...also this is the 6th time I've seen CC and they just keep getting better and better, great live shows.
I love that. Fucking awesome.
Looks like something Death Grips would put out.
I'm just gonna copy paste the EMEK newsletter for anyone interested in picking up one of these.
For Sale this Thursday is my official poster for this years Coachella festival
I had a dream about an oasis in the middle of the desert,
where funky musical fish were gathered to create the Coachella experience...
10 color silkscreen, 22" x 30.5"
Artist edition of 100 on pearl paper.
Signed, numbered, embossed, and doodled
$100 + shipping
Also available at the same time will be the
Red Sunset Variant Edition
Artist proof, on pearl paper
Edition of 25
$200 + shipping
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ONE POSTER PER PERSON PLEASE.
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im getting into poster design. i want to get into silscreening them as well.
Can't believe this thing is actually real. Absolutely amazing. Horkey.
Not sure which one I like more. Each one has some pluses to it. May go with the regular out of pure fear of missing out on the smaller variant run (and being cheap).
There Will Be Blood
Sale Date: Friday, May 17
Artist: Aaron Horkey
Edition Size: 435
Size: 18.25” x 39”
There Will Be Blood (Variant)
Sale Date: Friday, May 17
Artist: Aaron Horkey
Edition Size: 200
Size: 18.25” x 39”
Monster size print, gonna have to be custom framed but certainly of deserving of it. "random time" as usual with Mondo. Its gonna be such a clusterfuck when its released.
Aaron Horkey is curating a series being released this week of every PTA film capping off with There Will Be Blood on Friday
Rockin Jelly Bean
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More Sasquatch posters here...
Jesus, i would give my left nut to finally get my hands on a Rockin' jellybean print, and that one is so good.
yeah man, the release schedule is on that slashfilm article. its nice to see Horkey pick some artists outside of the usual mondo crowd.
The man is not human."A few years ago, when a potential PTA director's series was first mentioned, I immediately had my hand up for this one. Everything about There Will Be Blood is precisely my cup of tea - the time period, the sweeping desolation of the landscape, the soundtrack, Daniel Day-Lewis, etc. I didn't immediately come to the idea of an over-sized stock certificate but the more thought that went into it the more perfect it seemed as a visual embodiment of the film. I've also wanted to go all-in on something resembling a 19th century engraved note for quite some time so this seemed like as good an excuse as any. All told I spent over 100 hours on the illustration - it's still only about half as involved as I think it should be but after 6 weeks I felt like it needed to be put to bed. The aging of the paper is something I'm pretty proud of here - there are 3 layers of very subtle tone built up from the paper color to approximate a century old piece of acidic, weathered stock."
Whoa, a Horkey print that I actually like. Well done.
Literally the biggest jump ive ever seen of a digital image to screen print. NIGHT and DAY. This thing got insane QUICK.
I WANT IT SO FUCKING BAD
I decided I am going to try to get that Rockin' Jellybean, if anybody offering to help really wants to.
What's the best plan of attack for these, just literally refresh the site all day?
I'll try to help you out drinkey! Ill be up from 3:30am on
Pere Ubu @ Silm's 12/17/13
Holograms @ Bottom of the Hill 12/18/14
Wooden Shjips @ The Chapel 01/23/14
!!! @ The Chapel 01/25/14
Frankie Rose @ Rickshaw Stop 02/04/14
Xiu Xiu @ Bottom of the Hill 02/22/14
Courtney Barnett @ Rickshaw Stop 02/24/14
Kraftwerk @ Fox Theater 03/23/13
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds @ The Warfield 07/07/14
8:30-10am PDT is the normal window, but it could be before or after if they hate everyone. Godspeed to you all.
For those not familiar with Rockin' Jellybean, i would like to share some of his work.
Is there a reason why the inks used in person or so different from he created on his computer for the digital image? I started looking at some of his stuff on EB and you see the jumpy from murky/dingy/drab to the popart looking fluorescent inks quite a bit. Just part of the process?
What horkey had to say is great:
"This poster was destined to be handled by RJB - anyone even marginally familiar with his style and subject matter would have to agree that he's been seemingly working up to this one for years. When I initially reached out (thanks to Pushead for the introduction) his auto-translated response boiled down to, "Rollergirl is my inspiration!" After that point all bets were off and the finished product is precisely what an RJB Boogie Nights poster should be - glistening, dynamic and damn near dripping off the paper."