This Week in Posters: 7/01/13


You have until Friday, July 5th to pick up some amazing lithocel and canvas prints of your favorite Marvel characters! The flash sale includes iconic covers and art from Jim Steranko, Todd McFarlane, and more, with many pieces signed by Stan Lee!

You also have just a couple more days to snag some fun Disney and Marvel DIY paper toys from MOMOT.

Five brand-new closing pieces from Alice X. Zhang’s “Moments” show at the Bottleneck Gallery have been released online and are now available for purchase


For fans of genuine vintage movie posters, check out the flash sale going on right now at One King’s Lane! James Dean looks dreamy as ever in a 1980’s Swiss “Rebel Without a Cause” posters, and Adam West gets the cartoon treatment in an 1966 Batman ad.


Jacub Gagnon’s “The Toll of Liberty” will be available at the Thinkspace Gallery print shop on Tuesday, July 2 at 9 AM PST. The hand-signed and numbered edition of 35 measures 18 x 26.5 inches, is printed on Museo Portfolio rag paper, and will cost $120 plus shipping and handling.

Original artwork from NYCHOS’ solo show at the Inner State Gallery is now available on 1xRun. Grab original sketches, ink drawings, and paintings from one of Detroit’s most beloved street artists.

Also available from 1xRun later this week are Vidam’s “Pinnochio”, LOOK’s “High Passion No Judgement”,  and BASK’s “Face Your Demons”. Check the links for release dates, edition sizes, and prices.


This week, Tiny Showcase welcomes back Boston-based artist Nate Duval with his new 12 x 12 inch print, “Aquatic Equestrian”. The four-color screen print features metallic inks and is printed on a heavy 270gsm natural white paper. Each print is signed by the artist and costs $25 plus shipping and handling.

Shepard Fairey has created the poster for the “Kings of the Mic” tour stop at LA’s Greek Theatre. The tour features some of hip-hop’s biggest names, and the print may possibly come with signatures from LL Cool J and Z-Trip. Price is TBD, as is the release date, but Shep has hinted that the print will most likely drop around July 7th at the Obey Print Shop.


June 21st – July 18th: NYCHOS at Inner State Gallery, Detroit, MI

NYCHOS’ first Detroit solo exhibition, “I’d Like to Meat You”, is now running! “I’d Like to Meat You!” showcases NYCHOS’ work inspired by his love of anatomy, graffiti and Detroit’s Eastern Market, an area with a storied history as a hub for public murals produce and freshly butchered meat. Get more information here.

June 21st – July 20th: SPACE! at Gallery 1988 West, Los Angeles, CA

Curated by Mike Mitchell, well-known for his recent “Just Like Us” series, SPACE! touts itself as a celebration of the “past, present, and future of space exploration and the awesomeness that is the universe”. SPACE! showcases works from Kevin Tong, Scott C., Daniel Danger, Allison Hoffman, and more. Check out the Gallery 1988 website for hours, directions, and updates, and pieces from the show are available at the G1988 web store.

June 21st – July 20th: Adventure Time and Regular Show at Mondo Gallery, Austin, TX

The Austin, Texas-based gallery Mondo is currently displaying original artwork inspired by Adventure Time and Regular Show. The opening reception was held last Friday, and the show will run through July 20. Find out more at the Mondo blog.

June 29th – July 14th: The Weird at Inner State Gallery, Detroit, MI

The German-Austrian collective known as The Weird will be opening their very first group US exhibition on June 29th at Detroit’s Innter State Gallery. An arist lecture will be held at 5-6 PM, with a reception to follow. More information is up on the Inner State Gallery website.

July 12th – July 26th: Where is My Mind? at Bottleneck Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

On July 12, he Bottleneck Gallery will be opening “Where Is My Mind”, a show dedicated to the trippiest films, songs, and shows. The opening reception will be held from 7-10 PM, and online sales will begin Saturday, July 13th at 12 PM EST. Get the details at Bottleneck Gallery’s Upcoming Exhibits page.

August 23rd –  September 14th: Jason Edmiston – A Rogue’s Gallery at Mondo Gallery, Austin, TX

Austinites, mark your calendars, because you really won’t want to miss this one. Jason Edmiston, artist behind the recent Mondo Evil Dead drop, will be presenting a solo show at the Mondo Gallery later this summer. Details to follow!

About Isabel Hsu

Isabel is a film student, comic book lover, movie theater addict, Boston sports fanatic, poster print hoarder, and pop culture junkie. She's also probably shorter than you. Twitter: @isabelhsu_.

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