Thursday, September 30, 2010

TRPS Poster • The Rock Poster Society, Festival of Rock Posters, Hall of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, SF by Chuck Sperry

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Chuck just finished his TRPS poster for the Festival of Rock Posters event on Octoiber 9, 2010 – 10 am to 6pm. TRPS graciously invited him to create a poster for this year’s Festival.

This poster drips with San Francisco-style psychedelia. His special blend of Eye Fry Blue – incorporates 100 percent hand-mixed florescent blue powder in a brilliant blue that has been discontinued. This is the very last can of this particularly pure blue that works in concert with the heavy monster brew of Eye Fry Red. The red was mixed double strong with florescent and punched up with Fire Red. Then he printed each one twice to give it extra Eye Frying Kapow. After preparing the Eye Fry Red, he printed the exact intensity of Eye Fry Blue with a very open screen usually reserved for metallic inks to give it that lasting after image on the eye and in the mind.

The gold metallic wall paper design in the background of the poster image, looks like the type of Victorian wallpaper you might find in The Haight Ashbury, with a little difference. The original damask design has been altered devilishly to mirror the effect such wallpaper has when one stares at it stoned – I know you’ve been there – the patterns become other things. See how many times you can find the word “TRiPS” in his design.

This poster will be released starting at 10 am, October 9, 2010, at the TRPS Festival of Rock Posters.

All proceeds from the sale of this poster to benefit the TRPS Artist Relief Fund.

Chuck will be making a very limited online release of Artist Proofs and Gold Foil Variant of this poster on October 10, at 12 noon PST. at

TRPS • Festival of Rock Posters • October 9, 2010
20 x 28 Inches
Edition of 125
7 colors on archival cream paper
Signed and Numbered

Jamungo Nozzel S003 + K11 Fido [OPRSSR] for Project Squadt on sale details

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Gassed Retailer Version that will be released later to select retailers

Ferg is just kicking out vinyl genius with these new Squadts. Nozzel S0003 and K11 Fido will be an edition of only 150 for $85. Scheduled for release on OCT 4 – 12:00 noon central time > squadt store.

If you are looking for the Playge Rat and other Squadts check HERE.

Jermaine Rogers Alice in Chains Posters on sale Friday

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Jermaine Rogers, Alice In Chains, Deftones, & Mastodon are thrilled to announce an all encompassing poster series for the 2010 BlackDiamondSkye Tour. A treat for fans and collectors alike, this series will include a different collectible concert print for each and every show on the tour!

We are in the midst of the tour and the prints have been received enthusiastically for each show to date. This coming Friday, October 1st, prints for the first 9 dates of the tour will be released for sale exclusively on these versions are only available from Jermaine Rogers. Each show date has an edition of only 60 signed and numbered prints. Again, ONLY POSTERS FOR THE FIRST 9 DATES OF THE TOUR will be released this Friday, October 1st. Prints for remaining dates on the tour will be released shortly thereafter.

Thanks to a special arrangement with the bands, all regular edition prints are only $40 USD + shipping each: absolutely no reservations, holds or hook-ups. Posters are first-come, first served. Released on Friday, October 1st at 1:00 PM PACIFIC TIME (4PM EASTERN) at

There will be 20 limited edition sets of all the prints from the tour, all printed exclusively on gold mirrored foil stock. These signed and numbered sets will contain all 19 prints from each date of the entire BlackDiamondSkye tour. The sets will be offered this Friday, October 1st from They will be shipped at the end of the tour (in Oct./Nov.). Those who obtain these sets will then be guaranteed to have a print from every show on the tour in a uniformed variant format, every single print in the set will being released on gold mirrored-foil stock. Purchasing this set is the only way to obtain the gold mirrored foil versions for these prints: they will not be sold separately.

Through special arrangements with the bands, is able to offer the Collectors Set for only $700 USD plus shipping. Released on Friday, October 1st at 1:00 PM PACIFIC TIME (4PM EASTERN) at

As many of you know, these special foil-editions of the prints are printed on reflective SILVER FOIL stock and GOLD-MATTE foil stock (rather than 'regular' paper.) They are in an extremely limited edition of only 25 copies per print, signed and numbered by the artist. They are only available through Jermaine's FACEBOOK Fan Page at a certain time and date.

On Friday, October 1st, at approx. 12 NOON PACIFIC TIME (3PM EASTERN) go to the official Jermaine Rogers FaceBook Fan Page, here:

On the page will be posted the special instructions to snag the prints immediately. First come, first if you think you want any of the first 9 AIC/Deftones/Mastodon prints on special and rare foil stock, be on your game. Of course, if you're not yet a member of Jermaine's official FaceBook page, go to the above address and join.

Jermaine Rogers Ween Poster on sale Friday

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Jermaine is dropping a ton of stuff Friday so I broke it up into two different postings so it would be less confusing.

Jermaine has created another beautiful print for the mighty WEEN. This time, the print promotes their recent big show in New York City's Central Park. This vivid screen print was initially available in very limited quantities at the show and sold out quickly.

Now, the artists edition of this print will be released on Friday, October 1st from Measuring roughly 30x18 inches, this 7-color screen print is limited to a s/n edition of only 100 pieces. $50 USD + Shipping. Released on Friday, October 1st at 1:00 PM PACIFIC TIME (4PM EASTERN) at

Again, these special foil-editions are printed on reflective silver foil stock and gold-matte foil stock (rather than 'regular' paper). They are in an extremely limited edition of only 25 copies per print, signed and numbered by the artist.

On Friday, October 1st, at approx. 12 NOON PACIFIC TIME (3PM EASTERN) go to the official Jermaine Rogers FaceBook Fan Page, here:

On the page will be posted the special instructions to snag the prints immediately. First come, first be ready.

As you can see, Friday will be a busy day. We will try to make it as easy as possible for you to get what you want. Be punctual to be sure. NOTE THE RELEASE TIMES CLOSELY! Facebook FOIL editions of all prints will be released on the Jermaine Rogers Facebook Fan Page an hour BEFORE the regular editions are released on pay attention! (We ask that you allow at least 3 to 4 weeks for shipping on any items purchased this Friday, Oct. 1st.)

Star Wars Salacious B. Crumb Poster by Rhys Cooper on sale today

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Want some extreme awesome for your walls? Check out the Salacious B. Crumb Star Wars poster that captures all of the the creepy-cackling, eyeball-plucking glory of Salacious Crumb (remember, Jabba's little buddy?) from Return of the Jedi. Designed by artist Rhys Cooper and coming from the Austin-based Mondo, it's a vibrant, and eerily accurate depiction of an iconic moment from the original trilogy that you only see for a split-second onscreen. According to Cooper,

"I always thought Salacious Crumb is the kind of character that makes Star Wars great. Little personalities like his are what give the galaxy far far away its depth and diversity."

Mondo has been producing an exclusive series of Star Wars prints, including the current Bounty Hunters - Wave 1 trio. Other posters in the series have included Dawn on Tatooine, Great Warrior, Hoth, Gonk, Raider, and Father: Encounter on Dagobah, with more to come throughout the year. Only 325 of the 24" by 36" Salacious Crumb prints are being produced, and they'll go on sale this Thursday.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Grand Guignol: An Exhibition Celebrating the Legendary Theater of Terror Poster by Malleus

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Urlo and the gang have been teasing us with little images all week of the beauty and now we can see all of it.

It’ll be for an exhibition in the USA at the end of October (on the 23rd) at Century Guild gallery. It’ll be in Chicago, USA, it’ll be about Grand Guignol (I know, I told it before…), there’ll be great artists like Gail Potocki, or Marilyn Manson, or Herr Absinthe, and many many more. They’ve just printed the poster for the show (that will also be the cover for the catalog), then a very limited ** and a bigger version of the design on **.

As You can see 2 things are still missing…
You can read more here:

Holiday-appropriate or formal attire encouraged. This is an invitation only event, RSVP required. That means no common folk allowed.

Swiss Firehouse Tour with Lindsey Kuhn • October 2 to 8, 2010

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Firehouse will be heading to Switzerland for a week long tour from October 2 until October 8, 2010. Chuck Sperry will arrive for the Rockaholics show in Wadenswil/Zurich. We will join artists Lindsey Kuhn, Malleus, Guy Burwell, Chris Hopewell, Justin Kramerer, Blackyard, Michael Hacker, and photographer Fabian von Unwerth for the event.

Ron, Lindsey and Chuck will then tour Switzerland together visiting Luzern with artist Mart Infanger, Bern, and Geneva. The tour ends in Frankfurt, Germany with a show with Ron and Lindsey appearing. Meanwhile, Chuck be flying home to attend The Rock Poster Society’s Hall of Flowers show in Golden Gate Park, home in San Francisco.

Rockaholics II • Saturday, October 2, 2010 • Villa Rosenmatt, Gessenerweg 5, Wadenswil/Zurich, Switzerland • Chuck Sperry, Ron Donovan, Lindsey Kuhn, Malleus, Guy Burwell, Chris Hopewell, Justin Kramerer, Blackyard, Michael Hacker, and photographer Fabian von Unwerth.

“American Artifact: The Rise of American Rock Poster Art” by director Merle Becker, will be debuted to the Swiss audience at Rockaholics II.

For Röckaholics II master printer Albert Mantel will produce beautiful and strictly limited anodized aluminum prints of many of the artists attending. Chuck will be exclusively releasing 5 anodized aluminum images from his archive at the Rockaholics II event in Zurich, in editions of 5 each, signed and numbered. The five images to be released as anodized aluminum are shown above.

Voice Magazine will debut a special edition of it’s publication devoted entirely to rock art – what a treat for attendees of Rockaholics II!

More dates and exact locations can be found at

James Flames Art Print Here comes your boyfriend... On Sale Now

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Here's James Flames newest art print. A bunch of bad-asses, about to get tough, climbing a fence, and obviously impressing one of the guys' girlfriend. Probably gonna beat up some dude who was hassling her. Or just making trouble, cuz that's what they do.

The print is now available in his store. It's a 5-color screen print, 25" x 19", with an edition of 50, signed and numbered. $25 each.

To see more about how he created it check out his blog

Camilla d'Errico Canadian Tiger Fine Art Print on sale details

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This Thursday at 12 pm PST Camilla will be releasing her newest art print, Canadian Tiger. Remember that there are only 100 of these prints, they are the first prints of a new limited edition fine art print series and they are specially priced at only $100. This is why she will call the prints 100 x 100. For an 18 x 24 it’s a crazy good price, and you’ll see by the quality too.

Each print also comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. So she’ll be signing and numbering BOTH the prints and the certificates.

On Sale 12 PST in her store on Thursday.

Shepard Fairey Mandala Ornament Art Prints On Sale Details

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Thursday Obey Giant Shepard Fairey will be dropping a couple of cool new pattern prints titled Mandala Ornament. The Light and Dark Editions will both have editions of 300 each and are 18 x 24 inches. They will go on sale at a random time at

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

“J’ai tué le photographe” A Movie Poster Exhibition in Montreal and Poster Giveaway


Opening on October 1st, at Cinéma du Parc in Montreal, will be a movie poster exhibition entitled “J’ai tué le photographe” where close to 20 prints will be shown including three new prints created specifically for the exhibition by three artists that are well known in the poster community. These new posters will first be sold at the exhibition and, a few days later, will be made available online.

The images above are teasers from the 3 full images of the new posters. Related to exhibition is a giveaway for a set of the new prints. You can find the details here: You have to register before September 30 in order to be eligible for the drawing to win all 3 new posters.

So who do you guys think did the posters ?

New videos from EMEK featuring Shepard Fairey

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Emek has a couple of new videos and in one of them he meets up with Shepard Fairey.

Sexual Chocolate poster by State of Shock Studios

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I have not stopped laughing since seeing the email from Darin telling me about this. Randy Watson and his band Sexual Chocolate now have a poster. It's a gig poster for the fictitious band Sexual Chocolate from the movie with Eddie Murphy Coming to America. It is a 13"x19" giclee print on 100 lb. paper that is a signed and numbered edition of 100...for only $15. No jheri curl stains on the print either.

Buy it HERE

Monday, September 27, 2010

New Dan McCarthy Print on sale today

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a night in the forest - 4 color screen print (glows in the dark) - 18 "X 24"

Dan has been busy preparing for his solo show at Gallery1988 in San Francisco that opens October 1. So he has finally gotten time to release the September print of the month. It will be released today at 2pm EST at Dont be late

Rob Warnick Bats, Bats, Bats Art Print

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Very cool and seasonal art print by Rob. It is 3 color silkscreen (including glow-in-the-dark) 9.5x25 inches Signed and numbered, limited edition of 55 and only $20 plus shipping.


Sleepy Sun Poster by GIGART

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Gregg Gordon will be releasing his latest poster later today for the group Sleepy Sun. It will be 18 x 24 inches and a 3 color silk screened poster.

Get it HERE.

LEGS by Lady Love x LTD Tee on sale now!

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If LTD were on Supermarket Sweeps, we'd run straight past the cereal and toss the model chicks into our cart! Next time you go to the grocery store, make sure to pick up some legs too. I heard they got a two for one deal going on!

This box set is available for presale at from September 27th until octover 4th. MSRP is $27.99, with a 5% presale discount. my AWESOME readers can save an additional 20% by using discount code inside! Available in men's and women's sizes.

The Legs Box Set includes:
• High quality, screen printed t-shirt
• 8.5” x 11” art print
• Certificate of authenticity
• Artist bio on the neck label
• LTD Tee Sticker pack
• Custom LTD Tee Box

About Lady Love:
LTD Tee partner Mike met BABS two years ago in Mexico City’s burgeoning Condesa art scene. They became fast friends and have since shared many adventures together. BABS has been published in Dia Siete and Energia Hoy, and her Lady Love line of prints and clothing represents the plight of working women around the world. Hopefully you find her work as inspiring as Mike has

New Jay Ryan Prints on sale today

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Jay Ryan will be releasing Deer Sanctuary today along with the art print of his dog Seth I first showed you on Friday. Keep checking or follow me on Twitter and I'll let you know when they drop.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Winner of the Mike Fisher-Maximum Fluoride Mystery Tube


Congratulations to Dillon Levi West for winning the mystery tube with comment #24. I sent you an email asking for your address.

One person Aldon Miller thought it would be cool to enter twice with different email address', both of your comments were deleted. I guess I will have to tell everyone only one entry now. Isn't that a common sense thing to only enter once so everyone has a fair chance ? Especially since you won something a couple of weeks ago.

Anyway thanks to Mike Fisher for the posters for the giveaway and to everyone that entered once.

Design Chumlee’s Next T Shirt & Win $250

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Some of you like me are big fans of the show Pawn Stars. I found this and thought some of you might be interested.

Our coolest contest to date! All you have to do is create a design for the front of Chumlee’s new t-shirt & submit it on Facebook by uploading the picture to their Facebook fan page.

Chumlee will choose his favorite design & then the winner will get $250 in cash plus a bunch of signed swag from the shop (and bragging rights of course)! All you have to do is submit a design, it can be hand drawn, done in photoshop or however you want!

If you're not on Facebook go HERE to comment with a link to your design and why you think Chumlee you should choose you!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art by Carlo McCormick and more

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It looks like Taschen is about to publish the first street art book to seriously compete with Cedar Lewisohn’s Street Art. Ignoring an irrelevant cover image, Cedar’s book provided an overview of street art’s history and considered the art with the same level of seriousness that you might see in a book on Renaissance art. Now, Carlo McCormick (arguably the world’s foremost street art expert) has teamed up with Marc and Sara Schiller of Wooster Collective to write Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art. The book brings together what they consider to be four generations of street artists (150 artists in total). That means Trespass will have to go back to the artists seen in Allan Schwartzman’s Street Art book from 1985 (also an essential book for fans of street art history) like Gordon Matta-Clark and Jenny Holzer and then tie that to the present with artists like Blu. This is the street art book that I’ve been waiting for. Oh, and the book has an introduction by Banksy, so that’s pretty unique.

You can already check out some of Trespass on Taschen’s website, including Banksy’s hilariously ironic introduction which disses marketing.

Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art will be available sometime in September (Wooster will be hosting a launch party in NYC on the 28th)

eBay fixes one of the biggest holes in DSR system

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When eBay launched the DSR system, people were always concerned with the fact that sellers that offer free shipping generally received 4.8 on the shipping and handling cost DSR. It proved that the system sets up unrealistic expectations with consumers.

At the end of August, eBay somewhat quietly (no AB post, just a tweet+post from their blogger?) rolled out a significant improvement to the system.

If a seller offers free shipping, and the buyer chooses that option, then the seller automatically gets a 5 star on the shipping and handling cost DSR.

350 graffiti art -- so beautiful!

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We often talk about the power of art in building a movement to fight climate change, and this latest bit of 350 graffiti art is just about as good as it gets! (I highly recommend clicking on full screen to watch this).

Art Dealers From Hell and How to Spot Them...

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The following was found on

I've written a ton of articles over the years about protocol for artists-- what to do, how to do it, how to approach this situation or that, how to price your art, how to write or speak about your art or present to potential buyers, how to make sales, how to approach galleries, how to get shows, and on and on and on. Why? Because being an artist these days is a mite more complicated than holing up in the studio and tapping into The Great Creative Fervor. And having a little ammo in the satchel before exposing your oeuvre to the world certainly helps you understand, appreciate and abide by the process. Yes indeed it does.

Read the rest at the above link

Art dealers from hell Part 2

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The following was found on

As in any profession, most art dealers and art galleries are entirely reputable, responsible and considerate of everyone they do business with. Unfortunately, a despicable few are anything but. So in honor of that small but sleazy cadre of scumbuckets, what follows is a list of bullet points-- behaviors to watch out for and hopefully to avoid. Knowing how to identify and avoid art-dealing jerks keeps them from infecting your life. Here you go...

* Art dealers from hell constantly tell artists how important they are and how important their galleries are (the inference, of course, being how unimportant the artists are). They rarely pass up an opportunity to proclaim their magnificence.

* They tell artists they're doing them huge favors by showing their art.

* They insist on controlling and micromanaging the careers of their artists even to the point of making creative decisions for them. This may even include interfering with successful or longstanding preexisting business relationships. When a dealer doesn't allow you to make you own decisions, that's trouble.

* Bad art dealers want a cut of everything-- even transactions taking place within previously established relationships.

* They refuse to negotiate and instead dictate everything. If they have this attitude with you, they likely have it with other artists, dealers and collectors as well. Inabilities to compromise or be flexible are often detrimental to the success of a gallery... as well as to its artists.

* They're almost always too busy to meet or speak with their artists, mainly because they have much bigger deals they're working on.

* They give evasive answers to matter-of-fact questions about gallery policies around shipping, insurance, how and when artists get paid, whether they've sold any of an artist's work, how much they're selling the art for, where unsold works of art are, and so on.

* They don't pay their artists on time. Interview artists represented by any gallery that you're considering showing with. If you find out that they owe money to either one or more of their artists, ask those artists why. Nonpayment is almost always a bad sign, unless within the accepted guidelines of a contract. Nonpayment coupled with refusal to either negotiate or discuss the matter is typically a terminal sign. And don't think the situation's going to be any different for you than it is for the other artists. Delusions are never conducive to your success as an artist.

* They don't tell their artists in a timely manner when art sells, but instead wait until the artist asks, and then they'll put off telling them for as long as possible.

* They either keep pieces of an artist's art for themselves or sell them, and then instead of returning them when the artist asks for them back, they claim they already returned them. (In other words, make sure you have complete records for all consigned artworks and that both parties sign off on every single sale or transfer.)

* Without telling their artists, art dealers from hell raise prices beyond the agreed upon values and then pocket the extra profits for themselves.

* They ask artists to substantially reduce their prices for no apparent reason, and give little or no indication of how that may or may not affect sales or the commission percentage that goes to the gallery.

* They sell an artist's art for below the agreed upon value without telling the artist or advising the artist first that they'd like to give a buyer an additional discount, and then either ask the artist to take correspondingly less money for the art, or simply pay the artist less money.

* When bad art dealers get into financial trouble, they keep selling their artists' art but stop paying the artists for it. If you stop getting paid for any reason, act immediately and get something in writing from the gallery about how and by when they intend to pay you. If they won't give you that, prepare to evacuate.

* Even though the artists they screw often leave their galleries, unscrupulous dealers will keep those artists' names on their websites, making it seem like they still represent them. Before getting involved with any gallery, always check with a good number of artists on their website to make sure they're actually represented by that gallery. If they're not, find out why-- and watch out.

* They trash artists who leave their galleries, even though those artists may have had excellent reasons for doing so. If an art dealer badmouth's one or more artists, it's best to contact those artists for their sides of the story. Far too many artists take everything that comes out of art dealers' mouths as gospel. You need as much information as possible from all parties involved in order to make intelligent decisions.

* They don't know how to handle art or they handle it carelessly. Make sure you watch how a gallery handles art. Do they know what they're doing? Do they have a casual attitude? Do they know how to pack and ship it? How a gallery handles art is not only a key indicator of their experience in the business, but even more importantly, of their respect for art and artists in general. That said, if you make fragile or difficult-to-handle art, be sure to provide instructions on how to care for it. Don't expect the dealers to know everything, especially if your work is unique or unusual in some way.

* A corollary to the above is that art dealers from hell have a history of returning unsold art to artists in worse condition than they received it. As if that's not bad enough, they often say nothing about it to the artist, and never suggest that either they or their insurance companies will pay for the damage.

* The most contemptible dealers tell artists exactly what they want to hear, whether or not they have any experience showing or selling the art. They promise the moon, tell artists they'll make them famous, bump up selling prices, AND THEN require them to sign contracts giving the gallery the exclusive rights to sell the art everywhere. If you encounter a dealer like this, tell them they can have their rights for three months or six months, or some other reasonable period of time-- and never internationally-- maybe regionally or even statewide, but never beyond that. Never sign away the rights to represent your art for extended periods of time-- say longer than a year-- unless the gallery proves that they can sell your work, and that they're easy to work with. Even then, take it step by step. A gallery has to prove that they can make good on their promises before you enter into any serious long-term agreements.

* A corollary to the above is that after making huge promises, bad art dealers don't follow through-- or can't follow through. For example, they double or triple your prices (or more), nothing sells, they give you your art back, and you're stuck with an overpriced inventory and a damaged reputation.

* They have a history of getting involved in legal actions-- from either side-- either them going legal on their artists or their artists going legal on them. Or they regularly threaten legal action or talk about what they'll do to anyone who doesn't go along with the program. These are not people you want to do business with.

* Even though they may be brand new and basically untested, they act like they're really important, a going concern, and will have no problems selling your work.

* The dealer has a reputation for strange or eccentric behaviors or for making life difficult for their artists. Again-- don't think you're going to be the exception, no matter how wonderfully they treat you at the outset.

* Bad art dealers often give ultimatums. For example, they'll actually tell an artist what to make, how many to make, how large it should be, and so on, the implicit message for the artist being not to make what they want to make, but rather what the gallery thinks they can sell the easiest. Dealers can certainly suggest what might have sales potential or what directions an artist might explore, especially once a good working relationship is established, but they should never insist that artists make particular types of art. There's a fine line here between being demanding and being supportive.

* Bad art galleries offer artists artificially low stipends or advances to create art, then take control of that art outright and give the artists nothing more for it, no matter how much they might end up selling it for.

* They tell artists they'll take care of the numbers, inventory, payments, and all other business matters, and not to worry. You better worry! And you better keep track of every single work of art you consign. Anytime a dealer is cagey about providing this kind of data, that's a sure sign of problems down the road.

* They don't want to give consignment sheets or any forms of receipts itemizing and detailing each individual work of art they receive from an artist. They refuse to put monetary details in writing including agreed upon selling prices, how discounts are handled, commission splits between the artist and gallery, payment schedules, and so on. Verbal agreements on these matters are never enough!

* And last but not least, they sexually harass their artists or employees or make persistent, inappropriate or unwanted comments, remarks or advances.

So there you have it. It's certainly not everything, but hopefully enough to get you started. Remember-- be vigilant and attentive at all times, trust your instincts, and the most important part: Don't ever let anybody push you around. Now get out there and get successful!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Free Friday Giveaway Featuring Mike Fisher aka Maximum Fluoride


A long hot week has come to an end and time for your reward from the blog loves its readers by giving back to them. This week we continue with the SoCal skater vibe and artist who cranks his work up to 11 every chance he can. Mike Fisher or as he is known on Gigposters Maximum Fluoride

For over 15 years Mike has created art for bands and musicians of all style. Primarily focusing on Heavy Metal and Punk music. Although he has also done work for more mainstream clients such as Red Hot Chili peppers and Alicia Keys.

Mike extensive experience in Skateboard graphic design, having designed dozens of skateboards

His paintings have been included in numerous shows and galleries throughout the United States.

The Posters shown above may or may not be included they are in another room and I what fun is a mystery tube if you know what you are getting.


Drop a comment and I'll use the Random Number Generator to pick a winner. Leave a way of contacting you and if you leave your email replace the @ with (). Comments will be accepted until midnight Saturday.

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Isle Of Wight Festival Movie Posters by Dave Hunter

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The first silkscreen movie poster pays tribute to Jimi Hendrix’s 1970 performance at the Isle of Wight Festival, celebrating it’s 40th anniversary. Filmed by Murray Lerner Just 3 weeks before his untimely death, Jimi tears through his set which includes my personal highlight, a riviting 18+ minute rendition of Machine Gun. Showing at The Red Vic Movie House Saturday, September 25 at 4:30 and 9:35 PM

The other silkscreen movie poster pays tribute to the historic and electrifying Miles Davis set at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival in the U.K. Filmed by Murray Lerner, Miles is joined by an all-star band consisting of Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Gary Bartz, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette and Airto Moreira. Showing at The Red Vic Movie House Friday, September 24 at 7:00 PM.

The Red Vic is showcasing the Isle Of Wight Festival Film over 4 nights. Posters by Dave Hunter and Scott Johnson are being created for the Red Vic – stay tuned for release info. Check Dave Hunters Website Sunday around noon PST for a limited release of these prints.

Coming soon from Jay Ryan

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Jay Ryan has a new art print coming and it features his rescue Greyhound Seth. Keep yours eyes peeled to or here and I'll let you know when it drops.