If baseball season is year-round for you, allow us to recommend a print for your office or den: 18” x 24” posters featuring hand-drawn architectural blueprints of MLB’s most famous fields: Yankee Stadium, Wrigley Field, Fenway, etc.
Like a cast you’ve been wearing for 6 weeks or your own flatulence, two-stroke engine smoke is one of those things that really stinks but you still like it. Now you can bathe yourself in the scent that brings to mind stuff like dirtbikes, chainsaws, and snowmobiles with these two-stroke scented candles.
Graphic artist Federico Babina has created a poster series featuring illustrations of interesting architecture from movies like Star Wars, The Big Lebowski, The Incredibles, & many more. Available in a variety of sizes, these are museum quality Gicleé prints on natural archival stock.
The motorsport mavens at ICON have created a unique set of aluminum prints featuring what else but ‘iconic’ vehicles. Icon owner Jonathan Ward tapped aluminum expert Neal Feay to develop the printing process for the series which combines screen printing and anodizing.
When all the Blu-ray discs are worn thin and all those hours of unreleased extras have come and gone, the beloved Breaking Bad addict in your life will still need a fix. That’s when you’ll take this heirloom from its place of honor on the mantle and give it a good shake. One shake will engulf the RV in a blizzard of blue crystals giving life momentary meaning. Then you must shake it again.
An artist with an awesome name: Calm The Ham, has created an awesome poster. This 24 X 36-inch litho print features over 71 intricately detailed hand-drawn illustrations of the most iconic cars of Hollywood movies from 1929 to today. The A-Team van, the General Lee, Magnum’s Ferrari and all the rest.
On November 19, The Montana Dueling Dinosaurs & Distinguished Fossils auction will offer up North America’s most important fossils, including a full 38-foot long T.Rex, a Triceratops, and lots of partial remains like Mammoth tusks, the jaw of a Megalodon and more.
If you grew up on baseball cards you know Topps were tops. Now they’ve created archival prints of over 1000 classic ALB & NLB baseball cards. And if you’ve always dreamed of getting a poster-size print of your 1977 Rollie Fingers card, your dream just came true.
With bold colors and clean graphics, these minimalist prints from designer S. Preston Chuhon are able to somewhat downplay the corporate branding of your favorite sports stadiums. The ones for Fenway Park, Kauffman Stadium and Yankee stadium, are home runs though & won’t look at all like an ad hanging on your wall. But maybe you want that. If so, check out the one for U.S. Cellular Field.
These high-impact graphic prints featuring a colorful, Swiss modernist design style have absolutely nothing to do with the punk rock bands & shows they’ve taken as their subject matter. But let’s face it, no self-respecting, middle-aged former teen punker is going to hang an actual show flier on the gallery-like wall of their midtown loft. These, you could. And they come ready-to-frame in a book by designer Mike Joyce featuring 200 posters.