Batman The Animated Series Tribute (Standard edition $35)
16″ x 24″ Giclee print
Edition of 100 hand signed and Numbered
Batman The Animated Series Tribute (Variant edition $40)
16″ x 24″ Giclee print
Edition of 50 hand signed and Numbered
Hero Complex Gallery is pleased to present their next art exhibition, premiering the weekend of September 20th, an inspired show that highlights some of today’s hottest, rising stars of the print world: “Young Guns of Print”.
This show will have every type of print imaginable…screen prints, letter presses, giclees, and even 7′ tall life-size portraits, so if you’re a print collector who loves the raw talent of today’s newest artists you should come join us for the show, here are the details:
Young Guns of Print Opening Reception: September 20th, 7-10pm
Hero Complex Gallery
2020 South Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
On display through October 5th, 2013.
Each artist has personally chosen their own mini-theme and will be presenting between 2 – 15 pieces of artwork, so trust us when we say there’s something here for everyone!
Here is the full artist and theme list:
Ale Giorgini – ‘Greetings From Los Angeles’
Andrew Kolb – ‘Mused on Tattoos’
Bruce Yan – ‘Tribute to Animation’
Florey – ‘Busted’
JP Valderrama – ‘The 27 Club’
Khoa Ho – ‘Superheroes Past and Present’
Marie Bergeron – ‘Tribute to Tim Burton’
Mark Lone – ‘Creatures’
Mark Reihill – ‘Hunters’
Marko Manev – ‘Tribute to Lord of the Rings’
Matt Ferguson – ‘It’s the End of the Word As I Know It (And I Feel Fine)’
Matthew Johnson – ‘Tribute to Harry Potter’
Paul Shipper – ‘Alternative Movie Posters’
Peter Gutierrez – ‘Mechanically Acclaimed’
Phillip Ellering – ‘Geniuses at Work’
Tim Anderson – ‘Harrison Ford Gun Show’
Tim Jordan – ‘Bettie’
Zeb Love – ‘Emblems’
Bruce Yan, Paul Shipper, JP Valderrama, Peter Gutierrez, Phillip Ellering, and a few more artists will be present on opening night.
California-based artist Khoa Ho explores the past and present of superheroes in these minimalistic black and white posters.
Ho said, “I took a dive into the origins of these individuals and who they were before they became superheroes to remind us that despite the trials of our past, what we choose to do moving forward is much more important to us and the world we share”.
The posters are for sale here: http://society6.com/KhoaHo