Jason Edmiston has announced his first Eyes Without A Face Box featuring a surprise collection of Eyes prints and more.
So, what’s in the box?
– A mystery selection of 5 gicleé prints from my Eyes Without a Face series archives -One EWAF pin -One EWAF pencil -One additional NEW limited edition EWAF gicleé, signed, numbered, and exclusive to this release.
100 boxes will be available, at $100 USD each. Each box will contain one of
Also, one lucky winner will randomly receive in their box, a one-of-a-kind, original Eyes Without a Face painted sketch, on a paint Swatch (“Sand Motif”).
The sale goes live on December 18, at 12 Noon (EST) HERE.
If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then you’ll discover lots of famous souls in this exclusive 200-page artbook showcasing famous eyes by pop culture’s Rembrandt: Jason Edmiston.
From never-before-seen preliminary sketches to vibrant full-color illustrations, look into over 300 pairs of eyes covering pop culture icons known from Star Wars to the Simpsons and The Warriors to Get Out .
Pre-order the book HERE, it will be released on April 7, 2020.
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.
To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the legendary horror film Halloween, Jason Edmiston has created a new pair of officially licensed portraits for his Eyes Without A Face series.
This is a set of two, timed edition, signed and numbered, 9″ x 5″ giclee prints, with archival inks on acid-free paper. The colors are vibrant and perfectly matched to the original acrylic paintings. The paper is heavy and has the texture of fine quality watercolor paper. Printed by Dave Correia.
Final edition size for the pair will be determined by the number of units sold from 12:00 AM on Friday October 12th, to 12:00 PM on Sunday October 14th, 2018. All print sets will have matching numbers.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the landmark horror movie, Jason Edmiston is excited to reveal his new officially licensed poster for Halloween!
Halloween by Jason Edmiston 24″x36″ Screen Print Edition of 325 $50
This is a spiritual successor to his screen print that was created for Mondo back in 2015. In the previous poster, Michael Myers was seen from the perspective of a vulnerable, terrified Laurie Strode about to be attacked. This new poster turns the tables and the point of view, after Laurie stabs The Shape in the eye with a coat hanger, grabs his dropped knife, and prepares to defend herself.
This screen print will debut this weekend, at Halloween: 40 Years of Terror, in Pasadena, CA, October 12-14, 2018. Copies will be available at the Pasadena Convention Center, on Saturday the 13th, and Sunday the 14th, only at Jason’s booth.
MAD Magazine is relaunching with Issue #1 this week, and to celebrate Mondo has partnered with the MAD team to release a silkscreen poster of the new cover, featuring iconic cover boy Alfred E. Neuman, by the mighty Jason Edmiston!
This poster will be available online at a random time tomorrow (4/17) at mondotees.com, the same day the magazine is on shelves, so be sure to hit up your local comic shop to snag a copy as well!
MAD Magazine by Jason Edmiston 18″x24″ Screen Print, Edition of 175 Expected to Ship June 2018 Printed by DL Screenprinting $45
Please follow Mondo on Twitter for the on sale announcement. This poster will be available online at a random time on Tuesday, April 17th.
Jason Edmiston returns to the Mondo Gallery with a huge collection of original art for Eyes Without A Face 2, showcasing 100 new acrylic paintings and preliminary pencils of iconic pop culture eyes from movies, TV, comics, games and more. Presented in life-sized proportions, sizes range from the peepers of tiny toy people to the fiery orbs of snarling behemoths. Created over a period of six months, the show boasts Jason’s largest painting ever, at 8 1/2 feet tall, and 22 feet long. It is only part of what Edmiston promises to be his most engaging show yet.
“I’ve always appreciated the challenge of capturing the essence of a character with just the bare essentials, and most of the time it comes down the eyes. The expression of a subject correctly captured can breed emotion in the viewer, and subtleties can imply volumes. Keeping with the series, these portraits are all cropped to a 3:1 landscape ratio, as if you’re viewing these characters through a slot in a door to an exclusive club. I’m sure folks that attend the show will find it to be my most arresting gallery experience to date. Eyes will surround you in 360 degrees, and possibly overwhelm as they stare back at you. I’m working hard to make sure attendees will have a visceral reaction and really enjoy the experience,”
You can check out Edmiston’s show for yourself when it arrives at Austin’s Mondo Gallery Feb. 9-17.
Known as pop culture’s “Rembrandt”, Jason Edmiston will release his second publication, Pop-Eyes with Cernunnos on November 7, 2017.
The hardcover will feature a sampling of the artist’s Eyes Without A Face paintings, as a flip book. 80 paintings of pop culture eyes, with an innovative stand-up display. Early copies will be available at booth # 574 at New York Comic Con this week.
MONDO presents “Eyes Without A Face,” the next gallery show, featuring artist Jason Edmiston and an eye-opening collection of original art based on 1:1 representations of some of pop culture’s most iconic peepers. The show will kick off with an opening night reception, open to the public, on March 13, 2015 from 7-10 PM and will run during regular hours until April 4, 2015. MONDO Gallery is located at 4115 Guadalupe Street in Austin, TX.
“Eyes Without A Face” will feature approximately 150 portraits of eyes culled together from film, music, comics, video games, toys and more. Each piece will be presented at a 1:1 ratio – from tiny plastic toy people, humanoid actors, to giant beasts and more. The concept allowed Edmiston to curate a wide spectrum of characters for the gallery in a way that made thematic sense. Part of the fun will be trying to figure out all 150 characters at the show.
Discussing the genesis of the show’s concept Edmiston said, “I had the idea for the show when I was working on my last solo exhibition for Mondo Gallery. I was driving around town with my wife bouncing concepts off of her. I checked my rear view and had the idea. The shape of the mirror made me think of just using a tight cropping of eyes for the basis of a show. I also kind of wanted to see what it would feel like to be in a gallery surrounded by eyes staring at you. It should be quite an experience to stand in the center of the gallery and slowly rotate 360 degrees, creating a feeling of being watched by your heroes.”
Edmiston has become well known and highly sought after for his eye-popping and colorful acrylic paintings of pop culture figures. His most jaw-dropping pieces, like The Hand of Ming, have always been incredibly expressive and successful in drawing out the emotion of the character. “Eyes Without A Face” is allowing Edmiston to hone in the eyes, the most expressive part of any body – real or imagined.
Everyone’s favorite Christmas monster has a wonderful, awful idea in this menacing but festive giclee by Jason Edmiston. Now on sale for the month of December, The Grinch print measures 13″ x 17” and costs $25.