Love Me Some AWESOME Art!

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Ran across some sweet art prints that I want to share. 

First off is Sylvia Ji's La Cantrina Box Set, which I think is beautiful.  Set to be released on December 1st, the La Cantrina Box Set will set you back about $385.00... pretty steep for the deadman, but I definitely think it's worth every penny.

 

It is a limited edition set of 50 boxes. Each hand-made box is crafted from hand selected birch wood and antiqued brass hardware. The top is laser etched with the image of Miss Ji's "Rosa". Inside the box are four prints from the La Catrina series.

Each print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
Paper size 12"x12"
Print size 10"x10"
Rosa, Blue Rose, Black Domina and La Catrina

They are Giclee prints on acid-free Somerset watercolor paper made with Epson ultrachrome inks rated to last 100 years.

For more on the La Catrina Box Set, click here.

Up next is Jermaine Rogers - "We'd Like To Take You Home With Us.  It becomes available for purchase this Friday, with a price of $60.00.



This screen print sports 10 visible colors and measures approximately 30 x 20 inches. The artist’s signed and numbered edition of 150 is printed on white gallery stock and is priced at $60 USD per copy, plus shipping. There will also be some very special edition variants available at the same time:

VARIANTS:
“GOLD MATTE” FOIL edition of 30, $125 USD each
“DIAMOND DUST” on paper, edition of 20 $300 each
“DIAMOND DUST” on canvas, edition of 10 $700 each

For more info on the "We'd Like To Take You Home With Us" print, click here.

And last, but not least is a very cool "Hunter: Beast" Predator print from Akumu Ink.  The image you see here goes for $26.00, but it's a HUGE 24x31.1.  They also sell different sizes (small: $10 and medium: $19)

 

This original illustration is very much inspired by the Predators movies and will never appear on tshirts.  This poster is 24"x31.1" and is printed on 'Enhanced' Matte' paper.

For more info, click here.

via: OMG Posters 

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