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Case Maclaim released a limited edition lithograph

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Last Friday PrintThemAll studio released a new limited edition by German artist Case Maclaim. Based on the image he painted in Miami earlier this year, the title is “The Heat Is On” and it’s a recognizable image built using only hands, his signature motif.
For the production of this piece the artist recreated the image on a large canvas and than worked with Idem Studio in Paris on creating a fine art lithograph from it. The finished print is created using 9 colors printed with antique Marinoni machines on white BFK Rives 270 gr paper measuring impressive 72 x 93 cm (28.34 x 36.61 inches). The release is available in a limited edition of only 60 pieces, each coming with decked edges, signed and numbered by the artist.

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Bezt from Etam Cru is releasing a 16 color lithograph

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Bezt, one of the members of Polish dynamic duo, Etam Cru, just announced his new limited edition coming via Print Them All on Wednesday 17th of December. “Medusa” is a 16 color lithograph that the artist worked on at Idem studio in Paris, making it one of the most challenging prints ever coming out of this historic place.

The fine art edition is featuring iconic image of Medusa, a mythological creature that turns people to stone with her look and has poisonous snakes for hair. Bezt did a bit of a twist to the familiar image, made her look more contemporary, and added a familiar beanie covering the bright colored snakes. Using an interesting palette of over saturated colors, the finished edition carries all the elements of his signature style.

“Medusa” will be available on the 17th December at 2pm GMT at Print Them All website in a limited edition of 99 pieces. It is printed on BFK Rives 270g paper with hand decked edges,measuring 77.5 x 54.5 cm and comes signed and numbered by the artist.

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“Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow” Print Release by Ernest Zacharevic

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PrintThemAll just announced their upcoming print release – “Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow” by Ernest Zacharevic. This edition is made after a large mural that Lithuanian artist painted in Atlanta earlier this year, and it’s showing children playing around iconic geo shapes by Dutch painter Piet Mondrian.

Few weeks ago artist was invited to Paris to create this edition at the legendary Idem studio in Paris, using their infamous Marinoni press that produced fine art editions by the likes of Picasso, Renoir, and others major names. The finished print is being released in an edition of 60, it’s a 8 color lithograph, printed on 70,5 x 56 cm hand cut BFK Rives 270g paper, and comes signed and numbered by the artist. You can see the process video above, as well as some exclusive photos of the finished prints after the jump, and the print will be available for purchase on Thursday, 27th of November via PrintThemAll website.

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Tilt “Bleu Pétrole” Print Release

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Straight after finishing up his most recent large mural for Nuart Festival in Stavanger, Norway, Tilt announced the release the same image as limited edition print with PrintThemAll.com. This meaningful piece will be available in a low edition of only 80 pieces, measuring 72 x 73 cm, and will come signed and numbered by the French graffiti legend. This will also be his first lithograph, printed at the legendary Idem studio in Paris, the very same place that printed some classic art prints for such masters as Picasso, Matisse, Miro, or Chagall. Using 100% cotton paper and custom, hand mixed colors, this fine art edition is set to be a must have for any street art fan.

The release is scheduled for Tuesday 16th September @ 10:00 am GMT at PrintTheAll.com.

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He Who Dares…

This is an interesting moment for street art in a global context. Undeniably, whether you like the term ‘street art’ or not, it has become a worldwide phenomenon, going from the gutters of suburbia to the walls of millionaires overnight.

As with all underground trends, graffiti got scooped up, rebranded and repackaged to sell to a bigger audience as something a lot tamer. Marketing companies all over the world fought for scraps of authentic cool to help sell their products, some artists gladly gave over their creative talents for the big bucks of the advertisers. And why wouldn’t you?

Now it seems the coin is set to flip again as Australian artist, RJ Williams, sticks it to Madonna for ripping off his artistic copyright. In April this year, Madonna released a new fragrance, ‘Truth or Dare by Madonna’. A great coup for the international pop artist as she brands an entire collection including footwear, handbags and accessories.

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