"The Remembering Tree" by Nathan Spoor
It's been far too long since I have checked to see any new prints from this artist, and there are two since the last time I featured Nathan. I really liked the idea of some elaborate treehouse, with a train and everything. The print is signed and numbered, in an edition of only 25. The print is 22" x 17" with an image area of 17" x 13". Get It Here.
"A Unanimous Exodus" by Joey Potts
This Chicago-based artist does illustration and graphic design on anything from shoes to apparel to vinyl toys. The print shown is based on one of his paintings. The colors, abstract elements and layout are very smooth. The print is 11" x 14" in image area, signed and numbered in an edition of 25. Get It Here.
"Terribly Small Boba Fett" by Terribly Odd
The artist known as Terribly Odd is creating a series of Terribly Small limited edition prints. The cool thing is that these prints are on wood, and each one is hand crafted. So they are original works of art in a way. The current series of 12 features the Terribly Small Boba Fett. Each one is 6" x 6" (and, well, limited to only 12). They look great, even if you're not a Star Wars fan. Keep an eye on Uberbot for more of these smaller works. Get It Here.
"We Are the People 2 poster Set" by Print Mafia
The folks over at Print Mafia have been doing some Cinema series prints, and I had to share this set of the two main figures from Taxi Driver. Each print is 13" x 20", signed and numbered in an edition of 80. You save $20 buying the set. Get It Here.
"Choegal" by David Choe
I would love to feature more prints from this amazing artist, but they often sell out far to quick for me to do so. Upper Playground does have a collectible available from him, a wooden doll. The "Choegal" is 8" tall, hand painted with poseable arms and the head spins around to reveal happy, sad and angry faces. The doll is limited to 1000 pieces, but with the $45 price tag the doll will still sell out very fast. Get It Here.
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