Print-A-Palooza!

New Online Store Coming Soon

We’re so happy to tell you that we’ll soon be opening an upgraded online store that will include, among many other items, brand-new GelaSkins and art prints! With the new store we’re going to be able to do all sorts of neat things, and we’ll announce them as quickly as we can get everything in order.

Current 12×18 digital prints are starting to run out, and we’re going to have a special event for the month of April to make room for the incoming stock.  Check out the special pricing: $20. It’s a Print-A-Palooza!

Prints still in-stock include:

Elephant Men

Jerrel’s Birthday

Nightmares & Fairy Tales

Octogirl

Fruit Fuzz

Neil Gaiman’s How To Talk To Girls At Parties

Tickle Monster

Glow Friends

Convoluted Love

Sorceress

Conventions & Art Shows

If you’re going to be in Portland, Oregon area be sure to come some see some of the items we have for sale at the Stumptown Comics Fest. And if you’re in the Los Angeles area, stop into Meltdown Comics to see Camilla’s “Crocodile Fisherman” that’s part of the show Magical Girls: Art Inspired by Shojo Manga. Finally, if you’re in Detroit, there’s still time to see “Broken” – the piece inspired by the Gorillaz song of the same name – at the 323 East Gallery.

A Few Black Rabbit Kaleidoscope Prints Still Available

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Only a few prints of Black Rabbit Kaleidoscope, a reinterpretation of Richard Adam’s Watership Down, are still available and limited to 100 in total, so get yours while you can!  And how perfect are all those bunnies for Easter?

We’re trying to reach as many people as possible with news of the print-sale, so if you know anyone that would like the chance to get one of these special prints before they’re gone, please share this post with them!

3 thoughts on “Print-A-Palooza!

  1. is the Black Rabbit Kaleidoscope print included in that price. Because if so I’d really love to get one of those

    1. No Black Rabbit is a Fine Art, limited edition print and it costs $140. The limited edition ones will never go on sale because they are special and have a certain value to collectors, etc. It’s the open edition digital prints that are on sale but there are lots of great ones in there! 🙂

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