Artist David Henry Lantz created this wonderful tribute poster for the beloved show Seinfeld that can be purchased directly from Hero Complex Gallery.The screenprint measures 24” x 16” and is printed on vellum paper. It’s limited to only 129 copies and can be ordered HERE for $55.
“What’s The Deal?” Screenprint By David Henry Lantz 24” x 16” Printed on vellum paper. Limited to 129 copies $55
Hero Complex Gallery is thrilled to have Craig Drake joining them from Japan on Friday, January 12th for his fourth Solo with HCG. Hero Complex Gallery doesn’t usually preview very much of Craig’s solo artwork before doors open, so you’ll have to come to the show to see everything that he has created, but there are a few teases below.
You can expect to see original paintings, original sketches, foils, metals, metallic ink goodness, custom Craig Drake poster tubes, other odds and ends, free giveaway prints and stickers! Craig will be signing opening night, so please bring any artwork you have of his to get signed!
The show will open at 7PM at:
Hero Complex Gallery 2020 South Robertson Blvd. Studio D Los Angeles, CA 90034
Online sales will start between approximately 10-11am Pacific time, Saturday, January 13rd, HERE.
Iron Giant print by Craig Drake
Fifth Element print by Craig Drake
One of the free Gizmo stickers that will be given out on opening night
One of the free Fifth Element stickers that will be given out on opening night
One of the free Daenerys prints that will be given out on opening night
One of the free Star Wars prints that will be given out on opening night
Hero Complex Gallery is thrilled to offer one final release for 2017, a timed release for Drew Struzan’s Back to the Future artwork, now being offered as screen prints for the very first time!
Working from scans of the original painting, it was paramount for HCG to achieve the top level of fidelity of detail, as well as color accuracy, so they worked directly with Drew to approve all color palette decisions before printing, then conducted multiple screen print tests to assure the best quality prints possible…and the results are simply breathtaking.
Back to the Future One Sheet Version by Drew Struzan 24 x 36 Screen Print Hand-numbered Timed edition
Back to the Future Art Print Version 24 x 36 Screen Print Hand-numbered Timed edition
Edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold starting 12/23/17 and ending at midnight 1/15/18. The posters are $135 each and the add-on Drew Struzan signature is $50 each. Posters can be ordered HERE and will ship the first quarter of 2018.
Check out the new exhibition of artwork featuring Stan Lee’s creations including artwork by artists Anthony Petrie, Craig Drake, Glen Brogan, Kevin M. Wilson/Ape Meets Girl, Marko Manev, Tyler Stout and more!
Artists, VIP Guests, and Stan Lee will be in attendance!
Hero Complex Gallery, the Los Angeles-based pop culture art gallery located in 2020 South Robertson Blvd., is hosting Excelsior! An art celebration of Stan Lee’s 75+ years in comics’ on Cyber Monday, November 27th. The doors open at 11am and Stan Lee will be making an appearance at 2pm and has graciously agreed to do a signing at the event.
Q: Do I need a ticket? A: No, the art event is free to attend.
Q: Can I buy items to get signed? A: Yes, the gallery will have artwork available for sale to be signed.
Q: Can I bring my own items to get signed? A: Yes, HCG prefers flat items like artwork and comics, no oversize / unwieldy items.
Q: How much is a Stan Lee signature? A: Stan Lee signatures will be $75 for Hero Complex Gallery signed items, $125 for your own items.
Q: How exactly does this go down? A: Doors will open at 11am to preview and purchase hero complex gallery artwork and to arrange signatures on a first-come, first-served basis. Stan Lee will begin signing soon after 2pm, but we urge you to please come early as a line is expected.
Q: What will Stan Lee sign? A: Stan will sign gallery artwork as well as personal items that you bring, such as posters and comics.
Q: Can I take a photo with Stan? A: You can take pictures of Stan signing your item, but there will be no posed photos with Stan.
Q: What if I’m at the end of the signing line? A: Hero Complex Gallery will try to accommodate everyone in line while Stan is at the gallery. If Stan needs to leave before you get your signature, HCG can still accommodate getting Hero Complex Gallery artwork signed by Stan to be picked up at a later date.
Q: If I can’t go to the event, can I still get something signed? A: Yes, Hero Complex Gallery will be offering limited quantities of signed artwork online after the show opening. Online sales will commence within the following two weeks of the event, all items will still be available for purchase on-site at the gallery.