Raid71's Blade Runner Inspired "Don't Walk" Print Release Information

Hi guys,

First off, we want to thank everyone that purchased Matt Ferguson's Star Wars Trilogy prints. With the exception of the wood edition, all prints are now at the door! We couldn't thank you more for your patience.  We have some exciting news coming soon on the Star Wars front. Looking forward to sharing it with you. :-)

This Friday, November 7th, at 12pm eastern we will be releasing Raid71's newest print, "Don't Walk".



Many of you might remember Raid's sold out "Mead Street" print from our "Moments Lost: Music Inspired by Blade Runner" exhibition with Analog Sweden. Now with "Don't Walk", he takes us deeper into the universe.







The 36 x 18 inch, 6 color screen print will be out of an edition of 100 and cost $45.

There will also be a special variant (edition of 20) that will be available for purchase in-store at a later date.



If you happen to own "Mead Street", we will honor matching numbers. All you have to do is let us know when you're checking out what number it is.

As always, thanks for your support.

The Bottleneck Team,
Joe, Josh and Arseny 

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Jerkface "Cartoon Villain" @ Bottleneck/UTB Gallery - Opening Reception: November 21st

NEW YORK CITY – October 24, 2014) – Under the Bridge (UTB) Gallery is proud to announce its upcoming solo show entitled “Cartoon Villain,” featuring New York native, Jerkface. In his first solo show, Jerkface presents the slightly darker side of his style by incorporating villains instead of the stars or heroes he usually portrays in his work. Please join us on November 21, 2014 for the show’s opening.

Jerkface’s street art is described as whimsical and nostalgia-inducing, and his pop culture paintwork has become a staple in New York City. When creating his art, he uses a brush on canvas and a can of spray-paint on walls. However, to truly understand his art style, you need to speak with the artist himself.

“My work, when broken down, is a simple game of color,” explains Jerkface. “The proper distribution of color can generate various emotions from the viewer. When using iconic characters in my work, I try to minimize their facial expressions so that the more obvious mood generated from the face does not override the subtle mood created by the color play.”

Jerkface, who jumped on the highly competitive New York street art scene in 2012, describes himself as a lifelong artist. Classically trained on canvas, he completed his first legal piece of street art in November, 2013.

“I’ve always been an artist, since I was young,” says Jerkface. “I didnt do very well in high school and art was my way into college. From there I had a teacher who got me interested in cubism. I also got into graphic design and down the road the two became one.”

It is hard to miss Jerkface’s street art and murals in New York City. He recently completed a massive five-story mural in Manhattan’s East Village, which he dedicated to the East Side Community High School located just a block away.

The opening reception for "Cartoon Villain" will be on Friday, November 21st from 7pm-10pm. The first 50 people to attend will receive a free signed and numbered print from Jerkface.

For more information about Jerkface’s upcoming UTB show, please contact admin@utbnyc.com or visit http://www.utbnyc.com
Past Murals

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NYCC Booth #2171 - Release Information

Hi guys,

After an amazing time last year, we couldn't say no to attending NYCC again this year :-)

If you are coming to the convention, we will be at booth #2171 with a bunch of new releases as well as free giveaways and most importantly...loads of FREE candy. 

Now we know that many of you guys can't make it to NYCC so we will be holding a special Comic-Con online release Saturday, October 11th, at 12pm eastern on Bottleneckgallery.com. We tried this out last year and it went really well.

And here are the releases:

Laurent Durieux



Giclee 
24 x 36 inches
Numbered edition of 150
$65

"Virgile" will also have a 3-D variant that will come with a pair of 3-D glasses. Con goers will have a chance to test it out in person. It looks awesome. The edition will be out of 75 and cost $75.



Giclee 
24 x 36 inches
Numbered edition of 150
$65

Marko Manev



Giclee 
12 x 24 inches
Numbered edition of 65
$40


Matt Ferguson



Screen print
12 x 24 inches
Numbered edition of 100
$35



6 color screen print with glow in the dark ink
18 x 24
Numbered edition of 100
$40


JP Valderrama 



Giclee
18 x 24 inches
S/N edition of 50
$40


Andy Fairhurst



"Espirt", "Hornet", and "Vanquish"
12 x 24 inches each
numbered edition of 50
$40 each


Alexander Iaccarino



Giclee
20 x 30 inches
Numbered edition of 150
$55


Dave Perillo



4 color screen print
12 x 12 inches
Numbered edition of 100
$30


Raid71



Giclee
8 x 10 inches
Numbered edition of 30
$25


Tapehead Series:

Timothy Pittides 's Official Nightbreed Poster:



Screen print
18 x 24 inches
Numbered edition of 75
$40

Electric Fang



"Decker" Figure 
$60

Erica Williams



Screen print
18 x 24 inches
Numbered edition of 75
$40

Also, the New York team of Grey Matter will be sitting with us. You can check out a bunch of their past releases.

Looking forward to seeing a lot of you guys there!

The Bottleneck Team,
Joe, Josh and Arseny 

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Matt Ferguson's Star Wars Trilogy Update #2

Hi guys,

Just wanted to give everyone a new update on Matt Ferguson's Star Wars Trilogy set.

Matt has finished signing all the COAs and will sending them to us this week.





We spoke to the printer and they seemed confident that they should be all printed by the end of the week.

As some of you saw, we have a booth at New York Comic Con this weekend (#2171). After the convention, we have a break between shows and our main focus will be to ship all these prints out right away.

All wood sets will be sent straight from the printer as well. Saves time :-).

If you have any questions, please ask us anytime.

The Bottleneck Team,
Joe, Josh and Arseny 

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David Welker Week at Bottleneck

Hi guys,

If you're a fan of David Welker, then this week is your week at Bottleneck.

David has been on a roll and we couldn't be more excited to be collaborating with him on his new releases.

Tomorrow, September 23rd, we will be releasing his sold out "Dazed and Confused" print that was the poster for the film's screening at the Bijou Metro in Eugene, Oregon. 

The poster comes in 3 editions.


Regular Edition


Screen print 

16 x 24 inches

Signed and numbered

Edition of 100

$50




Metallic Ivory


Screen print 

16 x 24 inches

Signed and numbered

Edition of 20

$65
 




Foil Edition
 

Screen print 

16 x 24 inches

Signed and numbered

Edition of 20

$75


All posters will go on sale at 12pm eastern. Quantities are very limited!

David is also the featured poster artist for this week's Black Key's shows (September 23rd and 24th) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

On Thursday, September 25th, we will be releasing both posters that will be available at the show.




Night 1

4 color screen print
16 x 22 inches
S/N edition of 260
$40



Night 2

4 color screen print
16 x 22 inches
S/N edition of 260
$40


You will have a chance to purchase the set for $80 as well (will try our best to do matching numbers).

Both prints will go on sale at 12pm eastern.

Again, we couldn't be more grateful to be a part of this. Thank you to everyone for continuing to support David and the gallery. 
 

The Bottleneck Team,
Joe, Josh and Arseny 

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