Klausen Sale!!!!!

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yostarama
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 7:52 pm

Lots of Posters for Sale!!
All posters will go on sale on Friday October 9th at 1 PM PST

IMPORTANT: Login First

First things first, when you go to the site on Friday Oct. 9th at 1 PM PST,
make sure you log in first before adding any posters to your cart.
If you login in first, this guarantees that whatever posters you add to
your cart will remain there until you check out or remove them. So you
don't have to worry about checking out right away to make sure you get
a poster before it sells out... if it's in your cart, it will stay there and
you can continue to look for any other posters you might also want
before checking out immediately. In the past when people add posters
to their cart before logging in, they have lost them when the poster does
sell out before they can log in and check out...

SO, make sure you LOG IN FIRST before you do anything on the
site on sale days.


TRPS / Moving / Bad News / Good News...
Within the last few weeks I have been in the process of moving to a new
house. The landlords of our old house had to move back in, so we had to
scramble somewhat at the last minute and find a new place. Luckily it
didn't take too long, but it did throw a big monkeywrench into my
scheduling, which resulted in some bad news but also some good news...

First the bad news... I have a very busy October/November and due
to the move I lost many days I was planning on working and meeting
deadlines. So my schedule which was already very tight, got dangerously
tighter. Which means I had to cancel my trip down to San Francisco for
the TRPS show this coming Saturday in order to use those travel days to
catch up with my workload.

The good news is, for all of you who weren't going to be in SF for TRPS,
all of the posters I pulled aside will now be available for sale on Friday.
So there will be a lot of posters for sale, all the 2009 posters like Pearl
Jam Manchester and Toronto posters, Eddie Vedder posters, "Hawaii"
and "Cloak and Veil" art prints plus a lot more (art prints are located
under the "ART PRINT" link above the thumbnails)...

Also because of the move, I realized I have too many posters. Normally
I keep 10 of each poster I do for my own archives and to give away to
friends and family if any of them want one. Once in a while I give a few
away, but for the most part I just end up with a few more then I really
need for my own archives. So I am also putting up for sale anywhere
from 2 to 5 copies of a lot of older posters. Nothing from 2004, no Easy
St. or Dusseldorf posters and possibly a few others, but for the most
part there will be a few extra of almost every poster I've done. So make
sure you have a look around the site, you just might be able to find
something you've been looking for...

Pearl Jam, Portland


16" x 24", 6 colors, signed and numbered $60.00 plus shipping


Pearl Jam, Salt Lake City


With the Salt Lake City poster, there was a bit of a printing issue...
Unbeknownst to me, the folks at D&L had ordered a darker black
paper then we normally use. And it wasn't until after they had
ordered the paper that they saw that my design used black ink on
black paper. So the image printed a bit darker then I had planned and
didn't turn out exactly how it should have for the show copies. For my
copies and the copies sold through pearljam.com, we printed a 2nd
layer of black which has helped get the image looking like it should.

18" x 24", 5 colors, signed and numbered $60.00 plus shipping

Built to Spill, Arcata


17.5" x 24", 7 colors (metallic blend), signed and numbered $25.00 plus shipping

"Cloak and Veil" art print

18" x 24", 4 colors printed on 250 gram fine art paper,
signed and numbered out of 110 however I will only have 55 for sale.
$50.00 plus shipping

"Hawaii" art print

12.5" x 23.75", 5 colors signed and numbered out of 200.
$45.00 plus shipping

As I mentioned the next two months are quite busy for me, I've got
a bunch of posters to get done, so it may take some time to get posters
out in the mail to everyone. Please expect anywhere from 2 - 4 weeks
for delivery. I know I am slow in getting posters out, and I apologize for
that, but with the exception of my girlfriend helping print postage while
I pack posters, design posters, process orders, and answer emails it's
just me handling everything and it ends up taking a while to get all the
orders printed and packed and in the mail. Unfortunately in this day
and age, places like amazon or netflix have put the individual internet
store to shame when it comes to shipping.

So stay tuned for a handful of new posters in the next few months...
there's lots of good stuff lined up...

I hope you are all doing well.
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kramer73
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 7:56 pm

of course it's the day I have to help at preschool.
mistersmith wrote: Yet another pair of prints that I freak over, plan to frame for my office, buy for too much money, then stash away in a flat file because framing is balls expensive. Can't wait.
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comountaingolf
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 7:59 pm

It's gonna be an orgy of Klausen goodness... Love the fact that once it's in your cart, it's safe and secure... Now I just need to figure out what to go for first... :twisted:
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:31 pm

i wish he had staggered or spread out the sales. I'm just afraid its gonna crash again with all the sales going down at once
ISO mccarthy ''the white tree' #6 and #10 canvases, or Clonal Colony aurora variant
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:02 pm

I agree...
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:06 pm

That Hawaii print is SICK!!!
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:35 pm

that hawaii print is so cliche...the sun sets in the west off the wai'anae coast...not out past diamond head...must be a sunrise...

the only print of brad's that i dont own and still want is the u2 hawaii print....the fact that it says u2 on it really doesnt help it much....

i guess some of the A/Ps could be really low numbers...im shooting to swap my toronto 06 1st ed for an A/P...

cant wait for the Dinsaur Jr. print!
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thebends9
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Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:50 pm

I'd like the PJ/Plant one
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sonny
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Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:42 pm

decisions, decisions, decisions....it's going to be a mess come Friday, i think.... :pint:
schniddles
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Thu Oct 08, 2009 2:13 pm

Bummer Brad - I was looking forward to meeting you at TRPS - our booths were next to each other.

Good luck with the move and deadlines..

-Spusta
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Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:15 pm

Can someone post a link to the store?
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Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:24 pm

elkootcho wrote:Can someone post a link to the store?
http://www.artillerydesign.com/main.php
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Fri Oct 09, 2009 12:29 am

This will be my first attempt at purchasing anything using the G-1. I'll also be on a train. Wish me luck!
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sasquatch
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Fri Oct 09, 2009 12:33 am

Good luck!

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jimmybobo1
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Fri Oct 09, 2009 6:32 am

As I sit here with my morning coffee I cant even get to the log-in page of his site...wonder if its staying like this until the sale..
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