First Limited Edition Print!
Updated: Aug 31, 2021
Excited to announce the first limited (and timed) edition print for the studio!
It's been a long time coming, finding the right poster, the right printer, the right photographer, and making prints as high quality as possible.
Our first limited edition print will be a timed edition where we will open up for orders on Tuesday, August 31st at noon MST and will be accepting orders till 11:59pm on Thursday, September 5th. The edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold through Thursday.
There is NO LIMIT to the number of prints that may be purchased, however shipping costs will be determined as only a certain number of prints are able to ship together safely.
Our estimated time to ship time is 4-6 weeks. I will be hand-numbering and signing each print.
I'm very excited to present this latest poster artwork. It's for a horror-comedy called "Grave" which I wrote in the Spring of 2020. Below you can see the process involved in creating the artwork. I work primarily in traditional media, so the artwork is designed at small scale, then detailed in pencil at full size before layering in acrylics, coloured pencils and airbrush to finish.
I'm excited for you all to receive a copy of the work. I would love for you to share it when it arrives, wherever you may choose to hang them. Artwork is supposed to be shared and to carry on its life with those that appreciate it, and I would love to see the work in those environments.
There is lots more work to come from the studio. I always have new posters in the mix, both original pieces, riffs on existing properties, and imaginative designs of movies that were never made. I will also be arranging for limited editions of works from the vault. I have a lot of completed movies posters, in-depth designs from my Horror Pencil series, and I'll be slowly populating the store with open print editions of portraiture works of horror icons and celebrities. I will also be selling some original pieces through the store at a later date.
Till the next post!
C. Blake Evernden