[The printer’s proofs. Click on image to enlarge etc.]
[Update:] You can purchase the Portfolio here.
Last week I blogged about a series of small prints I was working on, based on the cartoons in the new book, “IGNORE EVERYBODY”, which as y’all know, launched today.
These cartoons above are some of the most viewed, and have collectively been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times. I know they adorn lots of cube walls, been made into stickers and of course, blogcards.
These four reflect a lot about what I was feeling at the time I drew them, three or four years ago. How we all have a need to find “purpose”, and the stuff we do and the people we interact with each day, in order to find “it”.
So today, being a day that for me is a lot about finding my own purpose, I’ve decided that it would be a poignant moment to make these available for people to own. You can throw away your yellow’d download and own the real thing instead, signed and numbered by me. An edition of 100, sold as a set in a portfolio, for $300 [Plus Shipping & Handling]. In a few days we’ll be offering the individual prints for about $100 each.
These are smaller versions of what we have been doing up until now. They measure 11″x14″, and can be framed and hung, or kept in a portfolio to view or use for meetings and then put away etc.
They are all hand-pulled serigraphs, and printed on Rives-Arches paper. For those of you thinking about collecting the work long-term, this is a good, affordable, and fun place to start. I hope to be making lots more of these portfolio editions in the future. Thanks.
the hughtrain –
I`ve always thought of this as a global new masterpiece –
it`s meant to look like an asshole right?
That is something very good thought about making understand something with this…..
I wish I could afford your portfolio but I can’t.
times are tough you know?
I got a big laugh out of “talked”
Hi Hugh, is the offer for the portfolio still on? I know it’s over the 48 hours but if there’s a set of prints left, I’d grab it.
Also, can you ship to Germany?
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