Mark Maggiori

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Codeblue wrote:Duke is really starting to milk it. Good fo him.
A 2 hour timed edition is milking it? Dude is crazy good and deserves the sales
He definitely is. More power to him though. Dude is insanely talented and it’s nice to see him getting more love. Dig all 4.
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Sun Jun 16, 2019 6:03 pm

picked up a few prints today and excited to see them in person

was hoping Purple Haze was going to be 27x40 so to make framing easier. curious how they landed on those sizes..
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Loved the images, but the sizes are just too big IMO. Wouldn't go up on the wall for awhile unfortunately. The Crossing is awesome though!
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theperfecttree wrote:
Sun Jun 16, 2019 6:03 pm
picked up a few prints today and excited to see them in person

was hoping Purple Haze was going to be 27x40 so to make framing easier. curious how they landed on those sizes..
Yeah, the sizing was a little strange . . . I had to pass this go round, but would have picked up Purple Haze. What'd you get?
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went with Purple Haze, Symbiosis, and The Crossing

plan is to frame up one above the guest bed just not sure which one yet. a custom frame with museum glass would be crazy expensive so might try a spotlight frame
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theperfecttree wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:31 am
went with Purple Haze, Symbiosis, and The Crossing

plan is to frame up one above the guest bed just not sure which one yet. a custom frame with museum glass would be crazy expensive so might try a spotlight frame
awesome - Symbiosis is amazing too. I have two of his earlier prints and still haven't gotten them framed. Need to do so. Spotlight might be the perfect solution, but again because of the sizes, it means it's a one-and-done and I generally like Spotlights because they are MEANT to be used to swap out prints.

Wish I could custom build frames myself . . .
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Edition sizes:

Purple Haze - 466
South to Cochise - 178
The Crossing - 246
Symbiosis - 637

That's some James Jean level drop money.
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Mon Jun 17, 2019 12:12 pm

bsharp wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 12:05 pm
Edition sizes:

Purple Haze - 466
South to Cochise - 178
The Crossing - 246
Symbiosis - 637

That's some James Jean level drop money.
Over a 1/4 mill . . . not bad. Glad the edition size is highest on the two I wanted most . . . hopefully keep aftermarket prices reasonable if/when I decide to go ISO. :D
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hunterjax wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 12:12 pm
bsharp wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2019 12:05 pm
Edition sizes:

Purple Haze - 466
South to Cochise - 178
The Crossing - 246
Symbiosis - 637

That's some James Jean level drop money.
Over a 1/4 mill . . . not bad. Glad the edition size is highest on the two I wanted most . . . hopefully keep aftermarket prices reasonable if/when I decide to go ISO. :D
These were $270+ each. Well over a 1/4 mill, almost a 1/2 mill, with sales likely over 400k.
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76$ for international shipping :hanging:
Also, last years print release was advertised as "perfect Xmas gift", but the prints was delayed and I first got mine in February :roll:
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Mon Jul 22, 2019 6:06 pm

received shipping notice today!

quick turn around by Static Medium (who's also handling the shipping, thankfully)
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theperfecttree wrote:
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received shipping notice today!

quick turn around by Static Medium (who's also handling the shipping, thankfully)
Static Medium are quick and awesome quality 100% of the time.
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Tube landed today.
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Thu Jul 25, 2019 3:41 pm

Tube arrived today as well. Need to find a large free space to flatten these out. Will likely try custom Spotlight frames for these too.
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Fri Jul 26, 2019 1:52 pm

Really glad to see some EBers picking up Maggiori's work! His stuff is really spectacular.

If you end up taking any photos of your art loot, framed or otherwise, we'd love to see them!
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