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Galley 1988 Announces Jerrod Maruyama Solo Art Show, Cutesy Opening On October 25

Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles has announced Jerrod Maruyama’s solo art show. Cutesy will open later this month.

The artist describes the show:

“My work has always been labeled Cutesy. Sometimes that is meant as a compliment. Other times – like in college – not so much. But no matter what the reaction might be over the years, I continue to salute the cute. I respect its power and mass appeal. Cute is timeless. Cute is emotional. It cuts to the heart. It evokes a gut reaction. And isn’t that what we want from art?

This show is a celebration of all things cute. It is a random collection of inspiration, nostalgia and pop culture. Each image attempts to present its subject matter in the cutest way possible. As is the case with all my work, I want to get to the heart of the appeal of my subject. I never want to force-fit a topic into my style. I want to boil it down to its most basic elements. I don’t want to get in the way. I just want to present what we love about these characters and stories in their most concentrated state. That is what I hope to achieve with this show. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed creating it.”

The show opens Friday, October 25th and will run through November 9th.

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Mondo presents “It’s An Art Show, Charlie Brown” Opening On November 15

“It’s An Art Show, Charlie Brown” celebrates the Peanuts characters with 16 iconic Peanuts panels and strips by the legendary creator Charles M. Schulz produced as screenprinted posters. In addition to these incredible screenprinted posters, the gallery will also host a pop-up shop from kindred spirits Super7, who will be on hand with an awesome assortment of officially licensed Peanuts collectibles. 

The show kicks off a year of celebrations for the brand’s big anniversary – October 2, 2020 will mark 70 years since the first Peanuts strip appeared in seven American newspapers.

“This show has been a Mondo dream forever, and the Peanuts team have been amazing to work with,” said Mondo Creative Director Mitch Putnam. “Focusing on single panels and removing the story really recontextualizes Schulz’s work in a cool way.”

To celebrate this incredible gallery show, Mondo will be releasing these two screenprinted posters featuring some favorite seasonal art from the Peanuts archive at a random time on Friday, October 18th via mondotees.com. 

Peanuts “Great Pumpkin”
Featuring Artwork by Charles Schulz
24″ x 16.5″ Screenprinted Poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 100
$45

Peanuts “Masks”
Featuring Artwork by Charles Schulz
24″ x 16.5″ Screenprinted Poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 100
$45

Available at Mondo Gallery November 15, 2019

Peanuts “Ice Cream”
Featuring Artwork by Charles Schulz
18″ x 21″ Screenprinted Poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 100
$45

Peanuts “Beautiful”
Featuring Artwork by Charles Schulz
24″ x 16.5″ Screenprinted Poster
Hand numbered
Edition of 100
$45

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Suntup Editions Announces Misery UK Covers Collection Print By Paul Bryn Davies

Suntup Editions announces their second print by artist Paul Bryn Davies in The Covers Collection. Last year, they had the honor of including Paul’s art from the first edition U.K. paperback cover of IT. This month, Suntup brings you his cover art from the first edition U.K. paperback of Misery. This iconic cover art can now be enjoyed for the very first time without cover text.

Stephen King’s novel Misery made its debut in June 1987, but it would not be released in paperback until 1988. Constant readers in the U.K. were treated to a very different kind of artwork upon the paperback release. Previous covers had featured either a typewriter, or a shadow of Annie across the wall, making Davies the artist who holds the distinction for first rendering Annie Wilkes.

One of the major differences between the 1990 film adaptation of Misery and the novel is the movie’s slow burn to discovering Annie’s insanity. In earlier parts of the movie, she is portrayed as wholesome, hospitable, and even demure, but from the very first pages of Stephen King’s novel, Paul Sheldon describes Annie Wilkes as “dangerously crazy… giving only one thing: a feeling of unease deepening steadily toward terror.” Davies depiction portrays the wide-eyed mania evident in Wilkes right from the start.

– Museum Quality Giclée prints.
– Signed and authorized by the original cover artist.
– Limited to only 50 copies of each size worldwide, plus 3 Artist Proofs and 3 Publisher Proofs for private distribution.
– Shipped with a Certificate of Limitation and Authenticity from the publisher.
– Printed on 300 GSM, 100% cotton paper that is Acid-Free, Lignin-Free, Chlorine-Free and with No Optical Brighteners.
– Prints are embossed with the publisher’s mark.

Release Date: November 1, 2019
Available for Pre-Order: October 15, 2019

Large Size: 18″ x 24″ $175
Small Size: 11″ x 17″ $120

Order HERE.

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Transformations Limited Edition Book By Alex Gross

Transformations: The Cabinet Card Paintings of Alex Gross 2012-2019 is the newest collection of about 200 mixed media paintings by Alex Gross. 

On each page, he “transforms” a vintage cabinet card photograph into a pop culture character, painting with oils and acrylics. Popular superheroes and villains, famous musicians, science fiction and fantasy characters, movie monsters, cartoons and many more all make appearances in this book. Each page shows the cabinet card before and after it was painted.

The Transformations Limited Edition Book comes in a gold foil-stamped, clothbound slipcover case, and contains an original signed and numbered pen drawing on the title page. Each book also comes with a certificate of authenticity. This limited edition is limited to just 100 books. 

The 216 page book will be available to order on October 8 at 9AM and it will cost $249. You can pre-order order it HERE.

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Bottleneck Gallery To Release 1989 Batman & Batman Returns Teaser Posters On October 5

In honor of New York Comic Con this week, Bottleneck Gallery celebrates two of the biggest movie events of all time, Tim Burton’s Batman, and the sequel, Batman Returns.

The Bat logo was ubiquitous in 1989 and teaser posters for Tim Burton’s Batman movie reignited mass public interest in the fictional city of Gotham, and introduced the world to the first modern superhero movie. Batman and Batman Returns remain cinema milestones, and Bottleneck Gallery is excited to release officially licensed screen prints of the original teaser posters for both movies.

The online sale for both prints will be on Saturday, October 5, 2019, at 12PM ET. Prints will be available HERE.

Batman 89 Teaser Poster
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 350
$50
Foil variant edition of 200
$75

Batman Returns Teaser Poster by John Alvin
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 350
$50
Foil variant edition of 200
$75

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Jason Edmiston Happy Face Timed Edition Print

Jason Edmiston will be offering a Timed Edition print release of “Happy Face”, his new 9″ x 5″ Eyes Without a Face giclee paying homage to Joaquin Phoenix in the film Joker. The edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold during the period of New York Comic Con, from Thursday, October 3rd, at 12 AM EST, to Sunday, October 6th at 11:59 PM EST. 

Prints go live on Thursday at midnight EST, HERE.

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Mondo Announces Modern Age of Marvel Comics Print By Tom Whalen

Tomorrow, Mondo will release the Modern Age of Marvel Comics poster by Tom Whalen.

Tom shared,  “I’ve been a Marvel kid since 6th grade, so when Mondo asked me to illustrate a poster celebrating Marvel’s Modern Age, I couldn’t say “yes” quickly enough. It wasn’t until a few minutes after my affirmative reply that I realized what a massive undertaking this would be. That’s precisely when the questions started to flood my mind: How would I incorporate 30+ years of Marvel lore into a single image? Silver Centurion or Extremis Armor? How many X-Men? Magneto or Mr. Sinister? Miles? Gwen? Peter? All of ‘em?” 

“After much debating, adding, deleting, resizing, shifting, pushing and pulling, I hope I’ve managed to encapsulate some of the characters that make this age of Marvel stories special to so many people around the world. At the very least, I think the 6th grade me would approve.”

The poster will be on sale tomorrow (9/26) at a random time via mondotees.com. 

The Modern Age of Marvel Comics
By Tom Whalen
24″x36″ Screenprinted Poster
Edition of 325
$60

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Stephen King Homecoming Print By Glenn Chadbourne

This print was created from the original oil painting that Maine artist Glenn Chadbourne did for the Gerald Winters & Son book shop in Bangor, Maine. This poster is perfect for framing and features over 30+ characters from the Stephen King Universe, all descending on Stephen’s home at 47 West Broadway. 

The print will be shipped in a thick cardboard ULine mailing tube.

Order HERE.

Stephen King Homecoming
By Glenn Chadbourne
Size: 19”x27”
$25

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Mondo Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Timed Edition) Screenprinted Poster By Martin Ansin

Mondo is releasing a Mondo Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse screenprinted poster By Martin Ansin. This is a timed edition available until Wednesday, 9/18/19 at 11:59 PM. The print is expected to ship in October of 2019.​

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Timed Edition)
Hand numbered screen print
By Martin Ansin
24”x36″
$60.00

Order HERE.

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Suntup Editions Announces Covers Collection Gerald’s Game Print By Rob Wood

This month, Suntup Editions reveals their fifth print from artist Rob Wood. Previously, they published Rob’s artwork from Needful Things, Nightmares and Dreamscapes, Four Past Midnight, and Dolores Claiborne. Now, Suntup is offering Rob’s beautiful art from the first edition of Gerald’s Game as our latest addition to The Covers Collection.

Gerald’s Game was the 31st book published by Stephen King, originally released in May 1992. The novel, along with the author’s other 1992 release, Dolores Claiborne, was originally conceived as part of a larger work to be entitled, In the Path of the Eclipse.

To create the visual required for the first edition cover art, Rob Wood built a faux bedroom set inside his home. After playing with several additional elements to help explain the story – alternate bed posts depicting two bodies entwined, a window in the background indicating the possibility of escape — the artist decided on a more simplistic approach. The cover would consist of only a bed with an ominous set of handcuffs hanging off the bedpost. As a result, this startling image became one of the most iconic in Stephen King cover history.

These prints are hand-signed by Rob Wood, who has also created two incredible Remarques which appear on the first 20 large prints. Six of these are available for purchase at the time of the release, so act fast on those. Remarques are allocated randomly.

Exclusively available through Suntup Editions for your private collection, and limited to just 50 copies per size, worldwide.

– Museum Quality Giclée prints.
– Signed and authorized by the original cover artist.
– Limited to only 50 copies of each size worldwide, plus 3 Artist Proofs and – 3 Publisher Proofs for private distribution.
– Shipped with a Certificate of Limitation and Authenticity from the publisher.
– Printed on 300 GSM, 100% cotton paper that is Acid-Free, Lignin-Free, Chlorine-Free and with No Optical Brighteners.
– Prints are embossed with the publisher’s mark.
– Release Date: October 1, 2019
– Available for Pre-Order: September 15, 2019

Large Size: 18″ x 24″ with Remarque ($295)
Large Size: 18″ x 24″ ($175)
Small Size: 11″ x 17″ ($100)

Order HERE.

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