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Things to See: Tony Millionaire's Scott Eder Gallery show, prints
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Tony MillionaireThings to seemerchart shows 10 Feb 2011 1:33 PM

All of the artwork from Tony Millionaire's current exhibit at Scott Eder Gallery in Brooklyn is up to see — and purchase! — online, along with the above-pictured limited-edition set of 4 silkscreen prints.

And why not also read a review of the exhibit by Jon Gorga at The Long and the Shortbox of It (via The Comics Reporter)?

Lovely big Gabrielle Bell poster for sale
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under merchGabrielle Bell 9 Feb 2011 2:49 PM

I'm just going to copy & paste Gabrielle's explanation from her blog, where you can learn more, see a bigger image, and find out how to order:

"To celebrate Kevin Kinsella’s upcoming release of Poems From Childrens Island from Lightful Press, Tony has created this poster of Green Verses-which was featured here last May, as well as in The Believer."

Paul Hornschemeier updates: new blog location, postcards, more
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Paul Hornschemeiermerch 31 Jan 2011 4:45 PM

Paul Hornschemeier has moved his "News and Headlice" blog to the following new URL:

Update your RSS readers and bookmarks (does anyone still use those anymore?). Paul kicks things off over there with a new shirt design in the Forlorn Funnies Shirt Shop, a panorama of the New Chicago Comics exhibit, and the announcement of So-So Heroes, his postcard set coming out from Chronicle Books this fall.

Paul Hornschemeier's Forlorn Funnies shop is open for biz
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Paul HornschemeierOriginal Artmerch 20 Jan 2011 11:40 AM

Paul Hornschemeier officially announces the grand opening of the Forlorn Funnies Store, an online emporium of original artwork and other merch. Go give the guy some of your money why don't you?

Paul Hornschemeier Life with Mr. Dangerous collectible editions
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Paul HornschemeierMomemerch 19 Jan 2011 11:12 AM

If you enjoyed Paul Hornschemeier's "Life with Mr. Dangerous" serial in the pages of Mome, the collected edition is coming this spring from Villard and Paul is now offering Limited and Ultra Limited collectible editions (the latter includes a page of original art and a hand-sculpted character figurine — what!). Hit Paul's blog for all the details.

Esther Pearl Watson print for 20x200
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under merchEsther Pearl Watson 18 Jan 2011 11:43 AM

Esther Pearl Watson's painting The Denny's Parking Lot is now available as a limited-edition archival print in a variety of sizes from 20x200. These go fast so get it while you can!

Out today from Tiny Showcase: the Special Edition of Ray Fenwick's Mascots
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Ray Fenwickmerch 4 Jan 2011 11:28 AM

Mascots by Ray Fenwick - photo by Ray Fenwick

Tiny Showcase - Mascots Special Edition Print

Signed copies of Ray Fenwick's new book Mascots with an exclusive print (shown above) are available today from Tiny Showcase! (Hmm, it's not supposed to be up for another 4 hours, but the first few have already sold...)

Jim Woodring's Frank pinball backglass
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under merchJim Woodring 29 Dec 2010 1:26 PM

Frank pinball backglass

It was exactly 2 years ago today that I first reported on some mysterious Jim Woodring artwork that appeared to be for a Frank pinball machine. Today our very own pinball aficionado Larry Reid sent me a link which sheds light on that unexplained image! Pinball collector and Woodring fan Eli Curtz commissioned the artwork from Jim, and then commissioned Classic Playfield Reproductions to produce a custom backglass (the vertical backlit display above/behind the playfield) for a homebrew Frank machine that Eli is constructing. This is just about the coolest thing I've ever seen.

The backglass was produced in a small edition and Eli will have a few extras to sell off — information about that and the project as a whole can be found at Eli's website, with additional images, including the original artwork, here. More detailed images and additional information can be found at the Classic Playfield Reproductions website.

Mr. Natural gets stoned
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Robert Crumbmerch 27 Dec 2010 11:58 AM

Get it? Statuettes of R. Crumb's Mr. Natural, hand-carved from sandstone by artisans in Bali, now available from The Official R. Crumb Gallery. Garden gnome hat not included. (Via Boing Boing.)

(For cheaper Mr. Natural thrills, The Book of Mr. Natural hardcover edition is only 12 bucks during our 3-day Inventory Reduction Sale!)

Things to See: Paul Hornschemeier's Newcity cover illo and other updates
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Things to seePaul Hornschemeiermerchevents 10 Dec 2010 11:08 AM

New City cover illo - Paul Hornschemeier

Several new updates from Paul Hornschemeier at his News and/or Head Lice blog: his cover illustration for Newcity's "Best of Chicago" issue, which features more of his spot illos inside...

The Late Live Show announcement: "Tomorrow night, I'll be at Second City's de Maat Theater for a special, farewell incarnation of The Late Live Show with hosts Joe Kwaczala and C.J. Toledano. [...] I'll be reading a piece thus far entitled 'Advice Column Responses to My Inner Monologues at Various Ages.' I can only guarantee that this will include footy pajamas, urine, fake urine, lion tamers, ironic t-shirts, horrible first dates, attempted thievery, and batman coloring books. I can promise nothing more"...

Cubist fit - Paul Hornschemeier

...and his weekly new t-shirt design for his Forlorn Funnies Shirt Shop.

Hit all those links for more information, embiggenable images, and Paul's always-witty commentary.