Spider-Man, Spider-Man! Does whatever a spider can!
- Spider-Verse by DKNG
- 24″x 36″ Regular Edition: $50
- 24″x 36″ Variant Edition: $50
- Screen Printed by D&L
To celebrate the 2000 AD 40 Years of Thrillpower Festival, Vice Press will be releasing a series of new limited edition screen prints by both classic 2000 AD artists and some of the best artists in pop culture today.
All of these prints will be released at the 2000 AD 40 Years of Thrill Power Festival held in London this Saturday, the 11th of Feb, with remaining copies going on sale via the Vice Press website on Monday the 13th of Feb at 6:00 PM UK time.
Grey Matter Art is excited to announce our 2nd Annual Mystery Tube Sale for Black Friday! We held a lot of great posters back that are no longer available in our shop. In addition to our sold out posters, we are also offering some rare and sold out sets, one of a kind test prints, and signed posters from cast members. There will only be a limited amount of these to sell and that’s it, so get there fast! Go to greymatterart.com for more details and see just some of the prints we will be offering in our Mystery Tubes.
The Mystery Tubes go on sale this Friday, November 25th at 1:00PM EST. on our website shop page.
Grey Matter Art will be attending this year’s New York Comic Con (NYCC) at Booth # 3064 on October 6th-9th at the Javits Center. We are proud to be releasing several exclusive posters by some fantastic artists!
Grey Matter Art under license from Marvel, is proud to present new officially licensed, limited edition screen printed posters for some of Marvel’s most classic characters. We are also releasing an official “Ant-Man” film poster as well.
Grey Matter Art under license from Paramount Studios, is very proud to announce our first official poster for the award winning film, “There Will Be Blood” by artist Nicolas Delort. This is our first time working with Nicolas and we think he captured the idea and mood of this film perfectly.
Grey Matter Art under license from MGM, is very proud to announce our next poster in our Evil Dead series for film, “Army of Darkness” by artist Gary Pullin. This poster features a regular and variant edition and has glow in the dark inks on both.
All Posters will be released on the 1st. day of NYCC, starting this Thursday, October 6th at 10.:00 AM (est).
If there are any leftovers for these releases after NYCC, we will be holding a 2 part online sale the week after.
Part 1 will be on Tuesday, October 11th at 1:00 PM (est).
Part 2 will be on Thursday, October 13th at 1:00 PM (est).
Online posters will be sold through our website shop page at
The awesome and awe-inspiring Matt Ryan Tobin is part of a group show at LA’s own Hero Complex Gallery. The show, Quattro With a Shotgun, also features work from Vance Kelly, New Flesh and James Rheem Davis.
Matt has some new, fantastic work created for inclusion in this show, and I for one, want them all! Matt’s illustrations for The Blair Witch Project and Let The Right One In are especially great, and we love the fact that we can see Matt’s artwork just getting better and better with each print he releases.
If you haven’t seen his work on the “Interview With The Vampire” private commission, you NEED to search for it on this site and check it out!
All of the remaining work from Quattro With a Shotgun are on sale at Hero Complex Gallery’s online store!
Yes, yes…We’re a little late to the party BUT better late than never! There were a ton of great prints introduced to the world in 2015, and here are just a sampling of those we found to be the “Top Prints of 2015”!
Crimson Peak by Daniel Danger
Mulholland Drive by Kevin Tong
Age of Ultron by Martin Ansin
The Crow by Salvador Anguiano
Jules by Tracie Ching
Event Horizon by Chris Garofalo
Halloween III: Season of The Witch by Matt Ryan Tobin
Space Invader by The Dark Inker
The Mummy by Nicolas Delort
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Jason Edmiston
Watchmen by Robert Bruno
Daredevil by Doaly
Guardians of The Galaxy by Tom Whalen
There you have it, the top prints of 2015 as selected by I Got Birds. We can’t wait to see what is in store for 2016!
Vice Press, under license from Studiocanal, is proud to announce an officially licensed, limited edition screen print for Joe Cornish’s “Attack The Block”.
Illustrated by Matt Taylor.
Attack The Block by Matt Taylor will be available at Thought Bubble Sequential Art Festival on Saturday the 14th of November and Sunday the 15th of November with remaining copies going online at Vice Press on Monday the 16th of November.
Vice Press, under license from Rebellion, is proud to announce the next releases in their officially licensed line of limited edition 2000 AD art prints. These next exciting releases have been produced by Vice Press co-owner Matt Ferguson and feature the classic 2000 AD characters “Strontium Dog” and “Judge Dredd”.
Both pieces will be released exclusively at the Vice Press booth in the New Dock Hall Foyer at Thought Bubble Sequential Art Festival in Leeds on Saturday the 14th of November and Sunday the 15th of November with remaining copies going online at Vice Press on Monday the 16th of November.
Grey Matter Art, under license from Marvel is proud to announce their next Officially Licensed Projects. GMA will be unveiling 3 new exclusive Marvel posters for New York Comic-Con. These will be unveiled at the Grey Matter Art booth #2366. The following posters will be released, Spider-Man Vs. Venom Character Poster by artist, Chris Thornley (Raid71). “Captain America: The First Avenger” Movie Poster, by Matt Ferguson, and last but not least, “Guardians of the Galaxy” Movie Poster. by Tom Whalen. We are very excited to be working with Matt Ferguson again, and couldn’t be more excited to be working with Raid71 and Tom Whalen for the first time.
These posters will be released at this years NYCC at booth #2366. Any that remain will be put up on Grey Matter Art’s Website shop page on Monday, October 12th at a random time between 1:00-2:00 PM EST
The Secret Panel…an art collective shrouded in mystery and magic.
Here is how The Secret Panel describes itself in the introduction to it’s website…”Part renegade society, part museum of cult, it operates through mystery, shock appearances and hairpin turns. The hooded figures of top level designers have been spotted coming and going through the Secret Panel’s shrouded doors. Extremely limited edition prints appear without warning, leaving an air of intrigue in their wake. This website acts as a record and store of their releases, and as a way to keep abreast of their next planned projects.“
Head over to secretpanel.org. They have such sights to show you.
Grey Matter Art is proud to announce two new exclusive poster releases for the classic films “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” by Chris Garofalo, and “Reefer Madness” by Timothy Pittides. We are so incredibly pleased to release them as exclusive posters at the Monster-Mania Convention, running from July 31st-August 2nd, in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Chris & Grey Matter Art will both be in attendance, so please come on down, and show your support. Any remaining copies will go on sale Monday, August 3rd at 1PM EST in Grey Matter Art’s shop page. Also, as an added incentive, we will be offering a chance to win a piece of Timothy Pittides’s original artwork for “Reefer Madness”, as well as 2 original “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” novels from the 1920’s, each will include a shirt & sticker pack. To be entered to win you must purchase on drop day or at Monster-mania.
Here is what Chris had to say about “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”
“To me, “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” is a film that perfectly plays on the notion that any fairly normal person at any point has the potential to become a monster under the right circumstances. The eyes are a dead giveaway when first spotting that transition, so I really wanted to focus on depicting the actual transformation inside the eye itself, which was weird, different, and a whole lot of fun. It’s always a challenge to put a unique look on a classic, so I hope you all enjoy it.“
Here is what Tim had to say about “Reefer Madness”
“Reefer Madness” needs no introduction. The American propaganda film that follows the exploits of teens in the 30’s being peer pressured into trying “The Devils Weed” aka Marijuana and what follows is lunacy, depravity and insanity all caused by marijuana addiction. Ridiculous and often hilarious, this film needed some more poster love. I decided to veer away from the propaganda type feel as well as the cartoon like approach. The film itself was INTENDED to be serious and to scare viewers into believing these awful events were caused by pot. So I decided to go that route, giving it a film noir feel with an art nouveau flare. A young woman, pressured into trying some marijuana and being tempted by the devil with a yellow rose. The inclusion of the flowers within the piece adds a bit of depth and symbolism as well. The yellow rose symbolizes friendship and joy, while the white flower in her hair, represents her innocence and purity. By “taking” the devil’s flower she is accepting him into her making her his to control. I truly hope you all enjoy this print and thank you to Jared and Mike at Grey Matter for embracing the idea and running with it.“