Found a new hobby that pays more. Just kidding! Working on the house mostly.sidewaysscott wrote:where've you been?shagdonk wrote:If you buy one for me, I'll buy one for you.sidewaysscott wrote:i like it. not sure i'll buy it but it's nice.
General art-related discussion.
There is an initial run of 75 unnumbered prints already created and ready to ship. The decision was made between Colossal and Josh to make this as accessible as possible to collectors. This is an open edition and more will be printed later, and these will not be signed. Hope that helps some people decide.
Depends heavily on size, and your taste in pieces. I have one for sale, but it doesn't appeal to most.fourputt wrote:What does a Keyes OG go for these days? Is it still a ridiculous endeavour attempting to get one?
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soupysound wrote:i typically go with "who you pay" but your lifestyle is none of my business.fourputt wrote:Judging by the replies and lack there of, I will assume it is still a matter "who you blow" these days as well.
nandaman wrote:Anyone going to order the "Quake" on wood panel? I love the image, but $800 is a lot of cash for a print (even if it's on wood). Thoughts?
I have it and it doesn't disappoint. Ready to hang saves framing a print cost, and the printing looks great imo, at least these are the things I tell myself. But yeah, I have both guardian and quake on these panels and I find I get way more out of them rather than the Keyes prints that are in my file.
the truly important questions are being asked here.shagdonk wrote:That's all fine and dandy but more importantly how does it feel on the peen?
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