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I Am Gabz Art Show To Open At Bottleneck Gallery On July 12, 2019

This Friday, Bottleneck Gallery in New York is collaborating with Grey Matter Art for their newest gallery show, I Am Gabz!

Grzegorz Domaradzki, better known as Gabz has spent the year creating a wildly ambitious mixture or prints and detailed originals from pop culture touchstones that have personally affected him throughout his life. The show opens Friday, July 12th at Bottleneck Gallery from 6 – 9PM. Admission to the show is free, and refreshments will be available! Gabz will be in attendance, and will be signing prints!

 

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Grey Matter Art & StudioCanal To Release A Limited Edition Print By Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz) For Escape From New York On April 30, 2014

Grey Matter Art and StudioCanal present a New Limited Edition, Screen Print by artist, Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz) for the iconic film “Escape From New York”. This will be the first official poster for the John Carpenter classic released in 1981, featuring Kurt Russell as hero “Snake” Plissken.

Also, this will be Grey Matter Art’s second offering and first collaboration with Gabz, who said this about the project, “When Mike Gregory, co-founder of Grey Matter Art offered me an opportunity to work on John Carpenter’s “Escape from New York,” I didn’t hesitate much. My main intention was to deliver something a little bit different from what I’ve been known for until now… something less character based, more focused on the movie’s atmosphere, and true to the original poster artwork. Being a fan of the original and iconic poster, my print also has post-apocalyptic streets of New York City, gang members, and the majestic Statue of Liberty (or what was left from it) dominating the skyline. Except Snake Plissken, in my version is all by himself: tired, hurt, on the run, and fighting against all odds. Perceptive viewers should also notice Snake’s plane crossing the red walls of the New York City prison, and the bottom grid which is intended to be a tribute to visual effects used in the movie”.

Creative Director Mike Gregory also had this to add “When we had the chance to obtain the rights to “Escape from New York,” I was very excited and honored to have a shot at it. This movie, in my eyes is a true 80’s classic, which still holds up to this day. Snake is such an iconic character, and I wanted to have this movie presented in a way that does it justice. Being this is the first authorized art poster based on the film, there was only one artist in my eyes that I wanted to take on this project, and that was Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz). Though most collectors are probably used to his multiple character compositions, I think he did a great job that separates this from his other work, focusing mainly on Snake, when he is injured, and at his lowest. Gabz depicted this perfectly, and we are very proud to have such a great poster to release to the public. People have been waiting for this movie to have an official poster for it, and I think this is the one.”

Posters will go on sale Wednesday, April 30th at a random time between 1:00-2:00 PM. EST on their website’s shop page. Wait for the tweet to be notified on when this poster will drop.

Escape from New York Regular Edition

Escape from New York by Gabz
Regular Edition Print
Dimensions 24 x 36”
Edition Size: 325
Price: $50

Escape from New York Variant Edition

Escape from New York by Gabz
Variant Edition Print
Dimensions 24 x 36”
Edition Size: 175
Price: $75

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Walking Dead Prints By Gabz Available Tonight At Hero Complex Gallery

Tonight…Friday, October 11th, from 7-10pm, on the eve of the Season 4 premiere, Hero Complex Gallery celebrates: AMC’s The Walking Dead!

You can read all about HERE on an earlier post.

I had to write a second post to showcase this amazing art from the Polish Illustrator, Graphic Artist, Artist Gabz (Grzegorz Domaradzki)! Lovingly depicted in this powerful print are the hit tv show’s key characters: the malevolent Governor, heroic Rick Grimes, fan favorite Daryl Dixon, Katana-wielding Michonne, “Hammer Time” Tyreese and a whole bunch of hungry zombies.

So put on your best tattered brain soaked shirt and shamble over to Hero Complex Gallery tonight and check out the art show that people will be talking about for years!

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