print archive

‘ Rose Deconstructed ‘ Scanned flower photograph by Bob Bauer.  I peeled each petal in order as I went around the original bloom.  Every petal is present here.  Hi resolution.  Can go really big with high dpi.  I love this one.

http://bobbauerflower.tumblr.com/

You can buy an archival print of this image at:  https://www.etsy.com/listing/269442631/rose-deconstructed-a-scan-of-the-petals?ref=shop_home_active_17

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I made some new limited Fine Art Giclée-Prints for my Etsy shop because the others are almost sold out (printed with archival inks on archival fine art watercolor paper). And because i often get asked if there will be a re-run of the sold prints: Well, no, this is the thing with limited prints. Once the print run is sold out, this print will be retired forever. So if you want it, buy it now! Numbered, singed and dated on the front and back. Better photos with close-ups on etsy Link to my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Iraville 😊

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This three limited Fine Art Giclee-prints are now available in my etsy store

https://www.etsy.com/shop/Iraville
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This 2 are printed with archival pigment inks on archival Hahnemühle German Etching watercolor paper.
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All 5 Prints are a limited edition print run of 30 or 40 prints per painting – once the print run is sold out, this print will be retired forever. So if you love it, buy it now! Numbered, singed and dated on the front and back.

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This two limited Fine Art Giclee-prints are now available in my etsy store

https://www.etsy.com/shop/Iraville
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This 2 are printed with archival pigment inks on archival Hahnemühle Bamboo watercolor paper.
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All 5 Prints are a limited edition print run of 40 prints per painting – once the print run is sold out, this print will be retired forever. So if you love it, buy it now! Numbered, singed and dated on the front and back.

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The same lovely folks who commissioned me to draw the underside of some custom WayHaught snapbacks, took two of the last remaining hats to DragonCon to have them signed by Dom and Kat. They also took two prints of my uncropped original artwork and got those signed as well.

The hats and archival prints will be auctioned off in the near future. Both ladies were asked to pick charities they personally support… Kat selected the Toronto Humane Society and Dom selected The Trevor Project.

All proceeds from the auctions will go to those charities.

Here the thing that kinda blows my mind… people discredit fandom a lot. They say it’s childish or unimportant. They say it’s toxic… and sometimes it can be.

But at its heart it can be about building community. Coming together to be excited and supportive of something you love. Sharing that love with friends… and let’s be honest, total strangers.

It can be a safe harbor in a world that is all too often grim dark.

This is the type of fandom I choose to be a part of.

One that gives back.

One that’s built on love and support.

If you want more auction info follow @WayHaughtHats on twitter.

I’m so glad I helped make this happen… even in a small way.

Vintage Movie Advertisements

We recently received a collection of great film advertisements that really blur the line between form and function. The three here are for films released in 1932. The movable features make perfect fodder for animated GIFs. It makes one wonder if these were put together by hand and how many were made.

“Strictly Dishonorable”

“Lady With a Past”

“Fireman Save My Child”