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Fri Oct 04, 2013 7:46 pm

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When do you expect Bianca levels subs to be shipped?
Have to go through the PayPal and double check what extras people bought which will start next week but will take a bit to make sure everything is correct.
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Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:28 pm

Pulp is very nice in person. Loving the linen backed paper...very cool.
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Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:17 pm

badlieut wrote:Pulp is very nice in person. Loving the linen backed paper...very cool.
Just received my tube! That Pulp Fiction piece is great! This and The Nature Guild are the best subs going! Thanks NE!!!
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Mon Oct 07, 2013 7:24 pm

I had a chance to see the Pulp Fiction in person yesterday.

These things are amazing :drool: No hype intended its my personal opinion.
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Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:38 am

JOANIE (Mad Men) Sale Info!
The newest hand-pulled print by N.E. and will be available TOMORROW (October 9th, 2013) through the NEW FLESH STORE!

Details:
Dimensions: 18'' x 24'' (45.72cm x 60.96cm)
Run Size: 50 (Regular) / 25 (Variant)
Regular Details: 6 Colors w/ 2 metallic inks
French Whip Cream 100lb fine art paper
Variant Details: 6 Colors w/ 4 metallic inks
3 Color hand finished, French 100lb Butcher Off White paper

Price: $35 / $50

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~ GIVEAWAY ~
By buying this print (either REG or VAR) you are automatically entered to win the mixed media this print was based on, pictured below. It is 16"x20" on art board.

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Tue Oct 08, 2013 1:17 pm

As stated above, Joanie, goes on sale tomorrow and you are automatically entered in a giveaway for the original art with purchase of the regular or variant.

Newsletter here http://eepurl.com/GyCaj
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Thu Oct 10, 2013 3:51 pm

All sub tubes have been sent out. Thanks for everyone who was apart of it, can't wait for you to see the prints, always love hearing your thoughts on them and seeing photos of them framed up if you have them!
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Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:39 pm

Look what just landed:
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Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:50 pm

jjdungca wrote:Look what just landed:
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Looks good! What's the paper like on the variant?
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Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:29 pm

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jjdungca wrote:Look what just landed:
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Looks good! What's the paper like on the variant?
The paper on the variant is really heavy. Also, I thought this was worth sharing...I got a variant of the Barbarella print 3/3:
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Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:50 pm

jjdungca wrote:
PaintByNumbers wrote:
jjdungca wrote:Look what just landed:
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Looks good! What's the paper like on the variant?
The paper on the variant is really heavy. Also, I thought this was worth sharing...I got a variant of the Barbarella print 3/3:
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Sweet, to this and the Pulp Fiction prints. :clap: :clap:
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jjdungca wrote:I thought this was worth sharing...I got a variant of the Barbarella print 3/3:
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That's very cool! I got my tube Friday, but only just now got to really go through everything. I ended up with what I'm guessing is an AP copy of the Pacific Rim Variant, if not another variant all together, numbered 9/10. Everything is shiny on it, paper and all. Were the variants from Odd City like that? I might check with N.E. just to see what exactly it is. I like it, though! I know that one didn't get all the love when it first came out, but, bah to that :D

As for the rest of the tube... sweet merciful crap :drool: the paper on the Pulp Fiction Variant is unbelievable, I am SO glad I opted to get a copy :pint:

I also forgot just how much Jonesy goodness was in this thing :clap: I will try to take some pics once everything gets flattened!
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Mon Oct 14, 2013 9:27 am

agr719 wrote:
jjdungca wrote:I thought this was worth sharing...I got a variant of the Barbarella print 3/3:
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That's very cool! I got my tube Friday, but only just now got to really go through everything. I ended up with what I'm guessing is an AP copy of the Pacific Rim Variant, if not another variant all together, numbered 9/10. Everything is shiny on it, paper and all. Were the variants from Odd City like that? I might check with N.E. just to see what exactly it is. I like it, though! I know that one didn't get all the love when it first came out, but, bah to that :D
There is a very small "test"-type run of Pacific Rim (regular and variant) on pearlescent paper... which is the bee's knees. Super hard to photograph but I should bust those out and try - the whole thing just shimmers in the light!
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Mon Oct 14, 2013 11:52 am

tehhippy wrote:
agr719 wrote:
jjdungca wrote:I thought this was worth sharing...I got a variant of the Barbarella print 3/3:
photo-1.JPG
That's very cool! I got my tube Friday, but only just now got to really go through everything. I ended up with what I'm guessing is an AP copy of the Pacific Rim Variant, if not another variant all together, numbered 9/10. Everything is shiny on it, paper and all. Were the variants from Odd City like that? I might check with N.E. just to see what exactly it is. I like it, though! I know that one didn't get all the love when it first came out, but, bah to that :D
There is a very small "test"-type run of Pacific Rim (regular and variant) on pearlescent paper... which is the bee's knees. Super hard to photograph but I should bust those out and try - the whole thing just shimmers in the light!

It's gooooooorgeous. #sword

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