Artist’s Note: “For this print I wanted to create a piece that you could hang either way round and change as you argue with friends who would win in a fight Batman or Superman. The piece contrasts the two heroes against Gotham and Metropolis as well as hinting on their personalities being night and day apart.”
16” X 24” to 28” X 40” prints in various limited editions. Available HERE.
Artist’s notes: There are 9 characters of my own creation filtered throughout the piece. If you can find ‘em all, by process of elimination I suppose, describe them, tell me where they are & you shall get a prize! A 4” waterproof sticker of any character in the piece and some cards from my shop or something like that, we’ll work it out a nice little care package. Limited time only. Email entries HERE.
18” X 24” S/N regular and variant edition screen prints. S/N letterpress bookmarks and custom bound, one of a kind, hardback books will also be on sale at the show and then later available online the following week.
A portion of all proceeds from Well Read will go to Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), the largest children’s literacy nonprofit in the United States.
The Art of Man of Steel and World War Z GIVEAWAY!!!
Titan Books have generously bestowed upon me some awesome prizes for you guys so lets get to it.
Man of Steel: Inside the Legendary World of Superman - a unique companion book with concept art, behind-the-scenes photography, directors commentary and interviews.
The Official MoS Novelisation - by acclaimed tie-in writer, Greg Cox. ‘Nuff said.
World War Z: The Art of the Film - Features a wealth of stunning production art, design sketches and storyboards, alongside the full shooting script production.
The art books are simply stunning. Both have wonderfully textured covers, with the Man of Steel book also being a hardback edition. They are literally crammed with amazing production art and some truly fantastic insights into the making of both features.
The Art of WWZ is structured alot like a production diary, giving you detailed dissections of all the large set pieces from the movie, as well as the shooting script to compare and follow.
As you might expect, the Man of Steel book is nothing short of epic in every sense of the word. Containing beautiful art covering all the costumes, landscapes, vehicles, characters and production design. There’s also a fascinating in-depth look at the architecture and culture of Krypton. In short you need it.
If you’d like to be in with a chance at some of these goodie, Just reblog this post and your entered.
Two winners, one for the superman books and one for WWZ, will be selected via random.org one week from today on Thursday 4th July 2013.
Please make sure your ask box is open so I can contact you if your a lucky winner.
If you’d like to buy a copy for your self, they’re both available now from Titan Books, HERE andHERE.
Artist’s notes: “My thoughts on the final poster was like the previous, to take a monologue from the movie and chart the characters progress. In this movie batman played the role of guardian of the city even when the city didn’t know how much he did for them. I wanted this to echo as part of the city itself and there’s a cheeky nod to the joker within the poster as you couldn’t have Dark Knight poster without him.”