Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Comic book inspired show at L|td Gallery in Seattle - I chose Spider-Man


In assoction with the Emerald City Comicon, L|td Gallery in Seattle presents "Mint Condition". Opening Reception is
Friday, March 30th at 7pm.
The image above is my contribution to the show. It's a limited run of 25, signed and numbered Giclee prints on Fine art smooth paper:
100% cotton rag, warm white
Acid Free
Archival Museum Quality
270 gsm, 15 mil.
Size is 12 by 22 inches.

The title is "You're Welcome", a small message from the spider to Peter.

So if you are in town that weekend for the Con, stop by the gallery. I'm told it's just a short walk from the convention.

Ltd Art Gallery
307 E Pike St.
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 457-2970

Friday, March 16, 2012

Clif Bar Johan Van Summeren Poster


The cycling poster I did last year for Clif Bar is now up for sale - limited number. These were donated by Clif Bar and 100% of the proceeds support NICA's quest to build high school mountain biking leagues coast to coast by 2020. Click here for more information.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Gallery1988 and Weird Al Yankovic, Show opened Friday, March 9


Gallery1988 and FunnyOrDie are putting on a show inspired by comedians. "Is This Think On? 2" opened Friday, March 9 at their Melrose Ave. location in Los Angeles.

Weird Al himself was there for the opening.

For my contribution, I chose a fellow Canadian, Mike Myers. And I depicted him on a faux concert poster for Waynestock. The date reflects when the movie opened and not when the concert was "fictionally" held.

It's a limited edition screenprint of 50.
18 by 24 inches
4 colour
Signed and numbered.

Now available on Gallery1988's site.

Check out this video from opening night. My print shows up a few times, prominently displayed under the Eddie Murphy portrait!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Changing the way I sign prints


This is probably a very strange blog entry, but I thought I should put this in writing somewhere. I've decided to sign prints differently from now on. My 'before' signature is completely illegible. I'm switching to the more "printed" version.

I will finish out the Star Wars travel poster series with the 'before' version, to keep it consistent with the rest of the series. But from here on out, I'll be signing all other prints the new way.