Lee Harvey Roswell "The Breaks II"
Born in New York and now working out of San Francisco, Lee Harvey Roswell's has had a great amount of shows, most recently at Gallery Three in SF. His works are narratives, each one with a story, or a snippet of a story attached to it. The imagery in this one is amazing, with that silent film look captured in a still that looks like something a medium format camera would take. Each print is signed and numbered and limited to 50. You have a choice between 12" x 12" or 20" x 20". Get It Here
Camilla D'Errico "Malificent"
Camilla currently has a solo show going on at the Copro Nason Gallery, and A Paper Tiger has just released this print of hers. This one is not of one of the pieces in that show, but one she had at Gallery 1988. It is 12" x 14", signed and numbered in an edition of 25. Get It Here
Natalie Shau "Cthulhu Kitty III"
I featured one of Natalie's prints before, but now it is much easier to get one of this amazing artist's new works. The artwork was originally made for the "Creeper Fest III Deathrock and Postpunk Festival in Lithuania, Vilnius!" The print is now available from Excellent Virtu, in two versions, the black version shown and a red version. Each print is 13" x 13" and is limited to only 10 prints. I would love to see how these prints look all framed up. Get It Here
Jeremy Forson "Tentacles"
A graduate of the California College of Arts, this Oakland-based illustrator can work in a huge variety of mediums but is most happy with drawing and painting. His traditional work is what I am hooked on. I love the contrast of the textural background and the rendered tentacles in this one. It's also quite striking to look at. This print is 15" x 11.75" and is open edition. You have the choice of getting it framed as well. Get It Here
Kathie Olivas & Brandt Peters "Containment"
The San Deigo Comic-Con has passed, and much of the cool art and swag to be had has slipped away as well. However, I did find a site that had some prints left over from the Con, such as this print from Kathie Olivas and Brandt Peters. The print is signed and numbered, and limited to only 25. It's a pretty crazy size as well at 7" x 17". Get It Here
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