Spoke Art is pleased to present, “On a Mission From God,” the debut solo show of acclaimed illustrator, Max Dalton. Currently living in Buenos Aries, Argentina, Dalton has been one of Spoke Art’s most popular artists since he began exhibiting with the gallery in 2010 . Working as an illustrator and graphic artist, Dalton’s passions lie within the wonderful world of popular culture. From comics to animation, Max has honed his distinct illustrative style over the past twenty years and culminated an impressive body of work that has become “On a Mission From God.”
For his solo, Dalton has created a wide range of limited edition prints and collectibles. A large portion of the show is comprised of his “Greatest Moments in Film” series which encapsulates over 40 iconic scenes from some of the most highly celebrated films of the past millennium. Featuring the lead actor(s) center stage, below their most famous quote, each character and scene is presented in a unique script-style format.
Alongside the “Greatest Moments in Film” is a new body of work comprising of larger limited edition prints that Max has created exclusively for the exhibit. Whilst the smaller Daltons revel in their simplicity, these larger posters celebrate the complicated layers of thematic symbology through different movies and television shows. Covering both the classics and the contemporaries, Dalton has reached into the deep abyss of his poindexterish mind to include everything from the most notable quotes in Seinfeld to the most famous couples in cinematic history. The elaborate imagery of Dalton’s constructed world creates a kind of cognitive game for the viewer, a sort of eye-spy for pop-culture iconography.
In addition to this massive new series of prints, Dalton has also created a few limited edition toys and collectibles. Designed for the inner child in all of us, highlights include custom made Viewmasters (View-Max-sters), a fully playable Groundhog Day board game, and a Bill Murray fridge magnet set.
Please join us Saturday, April 4th from 6-10pm for the opening reception of “On a Mission From God”. Complimentary beverages will be served and the artist will be in attendance.
As an added bonus, the first 50 attendees of the exhibition will receive a free mini print, singed and numbered by Max himself, and Max will be in attendance to sign older prints for fans as well.
Dark Hall Mansion is so very excited to share one of their absolute favorite releases ever, Max Dalton’s “The Jimi Hendrix Experience.”
Dark Hall Mansion, under license from Authentic Hendrix, will release 3 very special, limited, and select edition prints of Max’s interpretation of Jimi Hendrix within a particularly intimate and quite unusual setting. Max’s vision is informed and shaped not only as artist but as a longtime guitar player himself, his admiration and respect for Jimi’s music and influence, both as guitarist and artist, is also equally undeniable. Max’s vision of Jimi before a wall of guitars, all specifically known to have been owned and played by Jimi, is simply fantastic. From the faded wallpaper and still burning classic axe to Jimi’s gear and stylish hat, it’s soulful, the very essence of Jimi.
“The Jimi Hendrix Experience” limited edition prints go on sale next Wednesday, October 29th on Dark Hall Mansion’s dedicated store page here: http://www.darkhallmansionstore.com/ at a random time between 9:30 AM PST and 12 PM PST.
“The Jimi Hendrix Experience” Standard Edition of 295 $65
“The Jimi Hendrix Experience” Variant-Edition of 35 Green $100
”The Jimi Hendrix Experience” Variant-Edition of 35 Blue $100
Today Spoke Art debuted the latest art print by fan favorite Max Dalton, entitled Episodes IV – VI. This stunning tribute to the greatest sci-fi trilogy of all time features every single character from the epic space adventure, perfect for both hardcore and casual fans alike.
Available now in a limited edition of 500 copies, view this print HERE.
Max Dalton – Episodes IV – VI Limited edition fine art giclee print Produced on 300# Italian cold press watercolor paper Printed using archival Epson Ultrachrome HDR inks Edition of 500 copies Hand numbered 18″ x 24″ $50