Sam Weber



Gorgeous work from one of my absolute favorite artists Sam Weber. I think this is his first print, it's from an illustration that he did called Oryx for Dellas Graphics, and it looks absolutely fantastic.

"I named this after a character from Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and
Although the figure depicted bears no narrative resemblance
to the aforementioned, there is something about the pose and colour that
evokes themes within the novel that I found fitting. I’ll do this
often, try to conjure the sense of a character I have read or heard
about, even if it does not directly relate to the problem at hand. I
think part of it is about satisfying certain artistic compulsions, and
part of it is about creating something that feels convincing."


One time edition of 25.
Signed and numbered.
Paper size: 11 x 15.5
Acid free fine art rag paper.

Get it from Sam Weber.




Wonderful graphic work from milimbo. This would be so hot in a nursery.

Original scene of Little Riding Hood. Printed on archival heavyweight
paper with high quality pigment inks. Belongs to a limited edition of 25
The measures 12" x 16” (30 x 40 cm), with border.

dated, numbered, and shipped with care in a folder.

Get it on Etsy.




GORGEOUS GORGEOUS GORGEOUS stuff from Byroglyphics (or Russ Wills) over at Fine Grime. I have no idea how I am just finding out about him but WOW. Love his stuff.

This print is a Limited Edition Giclee run of 50, printed on 310gm2 paper, sized 310 X 430 mm, which works out close to 13 X 17". Should fit nicely into a 16×20" frame.

Julian Callos



Maybe it's the sugar skull. Maybe it's the peonies shooting out of the skulls eyesockets. Maybe it's the crows. And the feathers. And the butterfly plaque. Anyway, I LOVE this print, it's full of so many of my favorite things.

$25 for a 13×19", $40 for a 18×24", and $80 for a 24×36". It's an open-ended giclée print on 100% cotton rag paper using archival inks. I think the 18×24" is the best deal, but if I was buying this I'd go all the way up to 24×36" so that I could check out all the details. From INPRNT.