This is the latest gigposter we made for Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormons.
It’s a limited edition of 122 copies printed with 6 colors on cream paper.
We wanted to create something to fit the iconic mining town of Virginia City, place of the venue.
So we took inspiration from the old and historic search for gold.
In the image, the Moon is a gold mining pan, held by a symbolic female figure. A golden river is flowing from the Moon to Earth, and flowers are growing from the golden water, while clouds shaped as wild horses are running in the sky.
We worked on an AP version called “Gold Rush” printed with 6 colors on cream paper in a limited edition of 50 copies
Both versions are now available on our store!
“Estate” is the 4th and last poster in the series dedicated to the Seasons.
It’s printed on cream paper with 6 metallic colors in a limited edition of 62 copies.
The variant version is 6 colors on iridescent green paper printed in a limited edition of 27 copies.
Both prints are now available on our STORE
ESTATE – Regular version – 6 colors on creal paper
Ltd of 62 copies
ESTATE – Variant Version – 6 colors on iridescent green paper
Ltd of 27 copies
We are happy to present our brand new silkscreen prints inspired and dedicated to the world of Literature.
After the Dante triptych, these two works bring to mind the genius of the English writer and painter William Blake, who has always been a great inspiration for us.
The first poster reinterprets “The Ancient Days”, perhaps Blake’s most famous work, created in 1794 and used by the English writer for the cover of his book “Europe, a Prophecy”.
The painting shows Urizon bending and doing some measurements on the universe.
The title “The Ancient Of Days” is inspired by the bible scriptures from the book of Daniel that describes the whole situation of God overseeing the world and all that is in it.
It’s a 13 colors handpulled silkscreen on cream paper, limited to 82 copies and it’s called like the original Blake print.
The second poster reinterprets “Angel of Revelation”, a watercolor realized at the beginning of 1800 by Blake.
This work comes from a series of eighty biblical watercolors that Blake made for Thomas Butts, an important patron. He found the subject in chapter 10 of the book of Revelation and describes both the author and his vision. A diminutive Saint John, pen in hand, on the island of Patmos, gazes at a “mighty angel . . . clothed with a cloud . . . a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire.”
It’s an 11 colors handpulled silkscreen on cream paper, limited to 82 copies and it’s called like the original Blake print.
Both designs were created for “15 years of Sound Of Liberation” festivals in Germany.
This is “Primavera” the new print for the Season serie
It’s a limited edition of 60 copies printed with 7 metallic colors on cream paper
We worked on a variant version printed on iridescent gold paper in a limited edition of 25 copies.
PRIMAVERA – Regular version – 7 metallic colors on cream paper – LTD of 60 copies
PRIMAVERA – Variant version – 7 metallic colors on iridescent gold paper – LTD of 25 copies