Artist Nick Derington has produced these absolutely stunning set of 3 hand-printed silkscreen prints, and we here at Nakatomi couldn’t be more pleased to present them to you- the NakatomiNation!
“The Lizard” “The Brain” and “The Pig”
Nick has done work for DC Comics, Marvel, Mondo, and even was the lead animator for the “Scanner, Darkly” movie, among a TON of other stuff over the years. You can see his portfolio websiteHERE.
These hand-printed silkscreen art prints will be on sale on the Nakatomi website on TUESDAY 1/13 at 2pm CENTRAL time.
Each print measures 12×24 and is signed and numbered in editions of 100 each. Individual prints will be $40 each. Matched numbered sets of all 3 will be available for $100 each. There will only be 40 matched sets available- from the edition of 100.
There will also be available in a GLOW IN THE DARK edition of 30 each- retailing for $50 per print.
I have been a huge fan of Jacob Bannon’s work for quite some time. In fact, one of my favorite prints that I own is a Jacob Bannon Print (thanks @jazzygingery).
To me, Bannon is one of those artists that is masterful at everything he tries his hand at, whether it be music (Converge), writing, his record label, or his artwork. Dude is just a freaking beast.
Crediting the paintings of his father, the artwork of skateboard, bmx, and metal music cultures, Bannon creates mixed media prints that are beautiful, chaotic, gritty, raw, powerful, and just overall a joy to take in. Whenever he releases new prints, I get sucked into them. His prints exude so much emotion through their imagery, colors, texture, etc, and The Element Collection does not fail in that regard.
I am so excited to announce the release of my Tarkovsky’s Solaris poster for Black Dragon press. 18”x24” 6 colors hand-pulled screen print in limited editions printed by White Duck Screenprint on 270gsm Mohawk Superfine Ultrawhite Eggshell paper. Original is on sale now. Variant will be on sale tomorrow.
Solaris by Tarkovsky is an absolutely stunning and haunting movie. It was a great yet fulfilling challenge to capture its eerie beauty and the openness of the story plot. I am very thankful to James Park of Black Dragon and AD Nico Delort for having so much faith in me. Being able to approach the project with my own interpretations of the film definitely makes the posters extra special for me.
Jean-Michel Basquiat in his Great Jones Street studio, in front of a piss painting of himself by Andy Warhol. The canvas had been covered in the copper paint and urine was applied. The urine reacts with the copper paint to create oxidation, then Basquiat’s image was silk-screened onto the canvas.