The long awaited new print from Josh Keyes - "The Call I" will drop Tuesday 27th January, it will be a Signed & Numbered Edition of 750 so there is every chance you may be able to get your hands on one (if you like it that is)
The print will be an archival Giclee on embossed Hahnemühle paper (310 gm weight)
Paper Size 20" x 26.5" with Deckled Edges,
Costing $175 plus postage
This edition will be available for sale through the 'Editions' web store on the David B. Smith Gallery site HERE
It will be released on Tuesday, January 27th at approximately 11 a.m. Mountain Standard Time (Denver, CO) Approx GMT-7hours ish


DiRQUO sent me a pic of the canvas version of his Brooklyn Botanical Gardens (see below).
I thought you may like a look.



DiRQUO has released a lovely new print over at Amilas Art You are going to have to grab this soon if you want it adorning your wall space as it is from an edition of only 33pcs and priced at a more than fair £60.
Print info:
Brooklyn Botanical Gardens (Edition: 33; AP: 2)
22"x30" (print area 16"x24")250 gsm Lenox 100 Paper Embossed,
Signed and Numbered

There is going to be a canvas edition which will be in the upcoming 'Cut Copy' show at T&P Fine Art in Philadelphia. More details at www.tandpfineart.com



Adam Fantome has a very LTD Silver variation of his Max Gold print out at Art Asylum. This is how the press release reads:
Boston’s newest gallery Art Asylum, has been making quite an impact in the art world with several great artists in their lineup and many exclusives soon to be released. They have recently teamed up with UK’s Adam Fantome to release an exclusive version of Adam’s “Max” print in Silver. This beautiful work of art is printed on 330gsm black pike, measures 16.5″x23.5″ and comes signed,numbered and stamped. These will be shipped flat in black bound three tie presentation folders with archival acid free inserts. In addition 5% of each sale will be donated by Art Asylum to the local arts project for teens within the Boston area to educate youth on the impact of street art in society.These are very limited to an edition of only 20 (at the low price of $120). To purchase contact Art Asylum directly at: sales@artasylumboston.com



Mike Marcus's flickr group Street Art London is onto its 4th raffle week, where you could win this one off Shuby print,
This week Mike says:
The fourth "Street Art London" print raffle prize this week is a one off photo transfer print, hand finished with acrylic paint on Fabriano paper by Shuby. The dimensions are 35cm by 48cm.
Tickets can be purchased at £1 each by Paypal to streetartlondon@googlemail.com. There is no limit set on the amount of tickets available and each individual can purchase as many as required by donating multiples of £1. All proceeds minus the Paypal commission will be donated to Shuby's chosen cause which is the Sussex Beacon Hospital for people with HIV (http://www.sussexbeacon.org.uk/).Tickets will be available until end of Friday January 23rd and the winning ticket will be picked at random from all purchased tickets on Saturday, January 24th.
Get your hands in your pockets if you fancy owning this, and help out the charity in the process.



K-Guy has a few new works up on his site shop HERE
Re-workings of his Lovehate prints these are original works, Jacked up (edition of 5) and Yanked up (edition of 3) versions on wood at £450 each
Acrylic, aerosol, wood dye and screen print on textured deep edge wood box.
Signed/Numbered/Stencil on back
Yanked up on paper at £100 from an edition of 10
"Stencil and freehand aerosol, hand painted acrylic and screen print on thick, 2000 micron slate grey board. Each is unique and different"
If you want to have a look at the silver and gold prints these are still available over at Art-el for a very tidy £65 each from an edition of 50



The first is a canvas from Lee Ellis. This is one of his first stencils, taken originally from a design by YSR1. This canvas is yours for £125 including P & P in UK. Edition of 10
The second is from T*3 and is also a canvas from an edition of 10 and is priced up at £150 plus P&P
You need to get over to Auction Saboteur to see all the info on how to order


Prescription Art have dropped a nice run of hand finished Owl screen prints from Dscreet.
Measuring up at 76cm X 56cm each print is described as "Ultra hand-finished screenprint - a dripping owl augmented with acrylic, oils, spray paint, tea, glue and anything else to hand."
Suffice to say that each one is different and numbered from #1 to #14
£125 per Dripping Owl


This weeks raffle will run a little different to usual. Entry is free and Xylo will make a separate charity donation himself.
To enter the draw, simply send Mike Marcus a flickr mail with the words "Xylo draw" in the title (After you join the group of course) For this draw Xylo is offering 25 items in total. These will be split between five winners who will each receive a set of 5 prints. One of these is a woodcut and the other four are screen prints. All are on fairly lightweight paper (approx. 120gsm) as they are authentic paste-ups that were destined for the streets of London.
Go HERE for more images and info.



Mike Marcus's flickr group streetartlondon is onto its second raffle week where you could win this very nice Gemma Compton print, Mike says:

The second "Street Art London" print raffle this week is for a beautiful AP from a new limited edition Lithography print of 15 by Gemma Compton. It is a 3 colour print and the dimensions are 15 x 11 inches.

Tickets can be purchased at £1 each by Paypal to streetartlondon@googlemail.com. There is no limit set on the amount of tickets available and each individual can purchase as many as required by donating multiples of £1. For instance, if 20 tickets are required, you would transfer £20 to streetartlondon@googlemail.com by Paypal. This would give you 20 chances of having your name drawn. All proceeds minus the Paypal commission will be donated to Gemma's chosen cause which is Trust PA, a spinal injury charity (www.trustpa.com)

Tickets will be available until Friday January 9th and the winning ticket will be picked at random from all purchased tickets on Saturday, January 10th.

I will keep nudging you each week to remind you to part with a little, with the chance of winning a lot



Dave Kinsey has a new print titled AXIOM dropping on Wednesday 7th January.
It measures up at 18" x 24" and is a 3 colour screen print on 100% cotton rag.
Signed edition of 145
Released through BLK/MRKT Editions


There is a new Nick Walker print coming on the 13th January however you may need to get down to the London Arts Fair to pick one up
Check out Nick Walker and Black Rat for details on how to add one to your wall



I stole this word for word from The Poster District regarding the new Ian Millard work.
Ian is releasing his new print on January 5th, 2009 and he needs your help. Check out the info below:
UNTITLED (2009)by Ian Millard Stencil/spraypaint/acrylic/glitter/lacquer20″ x 26″ (51cm x 66cm) - Unique Edition of 10 on Stonehenge Paper
“Name Ian’s New Print” Contest Take a look at my new print below. What do you think it should be named? I am running a contest to find a name for my latest print. Email your entry to slugwater@gmail.com to enter. You may enter multiple names. The contest runs from right now until Sunday January 4th at 8pm Mountain Time USA. The winning name for the print will be announced on Sunday night. The winner will be shipped a FREE special A/P version of the print that they named.
You can view all the prints here.



Outer Edge Studio have a rather nice David Choe print for sale.
Titled Dark Circles is is from an edition of 150, measuring up at 16"x 16" with 2" border
This is a giclee print on Arches 285gsm watercolor paper
Signed & numbered $350.00
I did not get an email about this release so I guess this has only just dropped as it is still available


Happy New Year from me to everyone who has had the good fortune to drop by the Artbleat blog.
I wish you all the best for 2009.

Oh yes, back to business the first screen prints from Sickboy of 2009 should drop HERE sometime today. There is a LTD 24 carat gold leaf version and a normal version, all signed and numbered.