Kick ass line work from NY illustrator Nathan Manire.
Signed and numbered, edition of 50.
1 color silkscreen print on
80lb. Slate Blue French Paper.
12.5" X 19"
House Industries is probably my absolute favorite type foundry, and these printed wood blocks are a fantastic example of why. Awesome for breaking up your space a bit with something besides framed artwork.
PS, if you're into type check out their new one Eames. Holy Crap that face is divine.
Holy flaming phoenix dog! Gorgeous art from Spyros Verykios.
Giclee print on 308gsm Photo Rag archival paper.
Limited Edition of 200
Get it from the Dangerous Ink Gallery.
Source Creative has some great stuff, there's another print with this same word bubble story telling theme called Bird Song that's also super cute.
Update: The artists name is Chris Thornley, and you can check out more of his awesome illustration work here.
Simple gorgeous print by Jessica Cannon. This print is printed with archival inks on german etching paper. It
measures 7 x 12in which includes a 1/2 in white border. Her signature
is printed on the print and it is hand numbered in an edition of 20. Get it at Little Paper Planes.
I love Lala Gallardo's stuff on Society6. It's all very folky with a Day of the Dead twist that I LOVE. Also check out her Zombiepocalypse papercut, so awesome!
This print reminds me of a time when my friend and I were hanging out in SF's Casanova bar. They have a few lovely black velvet paintings and we started arguing about which one was better. We had both picked our favorites, presented our theories, and were not EVER going to budge on which piece was better. This print is something that I think we could both agree is absolutely FANTASTIC.
This is a signed and numbered giclee print. Edition of 50.
$75 for four & $20
I first fell in love with Stasia's Yakuza's, but then once I went into her etsy shop I realized that holy crap she had other, more serious artwork and it was gorgeous. Check out everything, this girl is good!
$2000, $4000 special edition
Wow wow wow. Enormous extremely limited print by Pressure Printing. Read all about it on their blog. Yes, I know it's way spendy, but this one is a special collectors item and will definitely retain it's value. If you want it and you have the cash – get it! Or better yet get the hand embellished special edition.