Malleus ‘Watching You’ + ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ Print Releases

Malleus 'Watching You' Edition of 95 Size: 70 x 70 cm €70 Each

Malleus 'Watching You' Edition of 95 Size: 70 x 70 cm €70 Each

Here are two releases from artist Malleus, the above print is called ‘Watching You’. This poster was originally realized for a carnival party, so we imagined the cow of the famous cover of Pink Floyd’s “Atom Heart Mother” masked as Gene Simmons of Kiss. We’ve always loved this image, so we decided to realize it in a large size as a handmade silkscreen. First of all for hanging it in our living rooms… ahaha It’s a 7 colours print of about 70 x 70 cm (that is, if I’m not wrong, 27 x 27 inches) on heavy paper. We’ve used a light blue metallic ink, a deep green, a prismatic gold/pink for the shadow on the cow and a metallic black. Well, apart from red, brown and green. We’ve recorded all the printing process and You can see all in the video below. It’s been fun, we usually print on smaller sizes, so we had to change some of our “printing habits”. We’re also working with new inks, so the colours are more vivid and metallic comes out of the paper. Check it out HERE

Malleus 'Tomorrow Never Knows' Edition of 100 Size: 60 x 90 cm

Malleus 'Tomorrow Never Knows' Edition of 100 Size: 60 x 90 cm

This print is called ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ and it was created in conjunction with the new Beatles museum in Hamburg, celebrating the Beatles formative days on the Reeperbahn. It’s called the Beatlemania Museum. It has five floors, 1300 square meters of Beatles stuff, a yellow submarine…  it’s a huge tourist attraction, right on the Reeperbahn near where Flatstock Europe is located. They have exhibition space, and they’ll host a show of Beatles-themed art prints before, during, and after Flatstock. The show begins on September 24th, with an opening event at 7:00 PM. Thereafter, it will be open from 10am-10pm and is free to anyone with a Reeperbahn Festival pass. We’ll be a part of the event and we’ve create an art print, as a visual interpretation of one of our favourite Beatles song: ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’, from the album ‘Revolver’. Check it out HERE


~ by postersandprints on September 9, 2009.

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