First in a series of works of ‘The Owler’ family, created by Pete Fowler on his trusty iPad.
OK so I am not talking about Pete Fowler being an owl professor but his new print of this rather academic, tweed wearing owl. I love this chap and if you share similar thoughts buy him here.
The professor giclee print (high quality archive quality, fade resistant) printed on Hahnemule paper 31cm x 41cm. Signed and numbered by Pete. This image has come from Pete’s recent painting using the ipad.
This print has an initial run of 30 which will be numbered on the print in pencil by Pete.
I MUST have the owl ones but sadly can’t find out any more information about them as they are from Japan:
Liberty Rocks combines the creative talents of their design team with those of renowned musicians and artists. Thorgerson Liberty Print is from the Artists within Music fabrics collection, a range of prints inspired and created by graphic and fine artists and photographers who work within the music industry. This diverse range includes an authentic selection of album covers and original artwork and they are great. Best of all the collection is available in Tana Lawn, Lantana Wool, Lilestone Wool, Crepe de Chine, Georgette, Poplin, Silk Satin and Jersey. Prices from £19.95 per metre.
My favourite is shown below – I am very excited about getting my sofa a Storm Thorgerson make over, especially as I already own a couple of his original prints.
The Liberty Design team were honoured to work closely with Storm Thorgerson to create this iconic prism tessellation reminiscent of his famous album cover for Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’. Storm Thorgerson has been designing album covers for over 35 years and has created some of the most famous covers in history. Storm’s designs are often surreal, placing objects out of their traditional context whilst highlighting their beauty. Since 1983 Storm has also directed numerous rock videos and short films, as well as writing and illustrating several books and is a member of ‘Rock Archive’.
If you are a fan of birds then the Edwyn Collins collection (only available online) is worth checking out too.
It makes me happy that FH10 REALLY has happened (I also get to say I told you so a lot) – it’s impossible to think of another band who deserve it more; and an absolute certainly there is no other band in the world I would have worked my arse off over the autumn for (not literally sadly as it’s currently the size of a baby hippo – my arse not autumn clearly). Anyway here we go some more pictures of The Futureheads V David Shrigley charity print (supporting St Oswald’s) taken during the signing in his studio. 100 editions only, £50 each, signed and numbered by the artist (as demonstrated with this A/P) - get your paws on this beast, and the other three, here:
Another reveal in the FH10 project - Pete Fowler’s interpretation of This Is Not The World for the FH10 project. All the artists pieces are amazing but this one rocks my world on a different level, funny that if you look at those who have permanent featured links from this site eh?! Whoop whoop (sorry just had to get that out of my system)…
Angelique Houtkamp is a Dutch tattoo artist, painter and shoe designer who recreates the amazing graphic romance of old school tattoos, the heyday of the Wild West and the mystery of Spain. Print images can be bought at Nelly Duff, and click here to see her tattoo gallery.
Newly released print from David Flores – more info over on Jailbreak.
What a BRILLIANT and inspired idea from Print Magazine. They approached four design and packaging firms to tackle the concept: If marijuana was legal how would it be packaged?
(via Top Cultured)