Inspired by hiking the deep woods…this art
print is spooky and playful…showing what might happen when the trail
mysteriously ended…and you want to explore more!
Poster details: 5 color screen print 16" x 20" Edition of 50
*Note: This screenprint was printed with 3 different transparent inks. I love how the grey, orange, and aqua layer (there’s a blue, a rust, a deep plum, and more)…creating a depth of color I couldn’t have reached otherwise. These are the true joys of printmaking!
I got to draw SEAGULLS AND PLOVERS, two of my favorite types of bird, for this new poster for Josh Ritter’s Winter 2016 tour. Pick it up at the merch table of any of his shows throughout January and February, or you can purchase an AP copy now via my shop. It’s an 18″x24″ 4 color screenprint (including metallic gold!), printed by Triple Stamp Press.
HAIL CAESAR ScreenPrint Poster Art by Francesco Francavilla for MONDO
On sale today from Mondo: keep an eye on @mondonews feed on twitter for drop info. Here’s an excerpt from the release news on INSIDE ROCK POSTER FRAME Friday marks the release of the new Coen Brothers film and Mondo
cannot be more excited. HAIL, CAESAR! is a comedy/noir film set in the
Golden Age of Hollywood and when it came to choosing an artist, one name
immediately came to mind: Francesco Francavilla.
Francesco thrives when it comes to giving a property a period authentic
and vintage aesthetic. Setting the colorful cast of characters that
inhabit - and possibly inhibit - Eddie Mannix’s (Josh Brolin) search to
rescue legendary screen actor Baird Whitlock (George Clooney) within the
larger central image of Whitlock’s portrait is a great solution.
Francesco’s decision to frame the image with Roman flourish that mimic
film strip sprockets neatly tie it all together.
Said Francesco: “I’ve been a huge fan of Coen Brothers movies for a
while now, so when Mondo approached me asking to do a poster for their
latest film, I replied with a big ‘YES!!!!!’ People who know me know how
much I love the '40s and '50s pulp settings (Black Beetle ;) ), so the
movie set in that time period was just the extra cherry on top.”
Hail, Caesar! by Francesco Francavilla. 24"x36" screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 275.