Monday, July 30, 2012

"pollos" breaking bad print!

My Breaking Bad print just got revealed and will be on sale any time now here (wow, sold out in five minutes!):
http://itakemytimebutialwayswin.com/bg/iaktbtas/

I was contacted to do the print awhile ago and I jumped at the chance, as Breaking Bad is one of my favorite shows. I didn't have a ton of time to work on it, but I'm very pleased with the result. It also marks the first time that someone besides P&L did the printing.

Here are some close ups:




I'll also have APs for sale at a later date... 40 or so and will only be offered with sketches.

8 comments:

  1. Such a cool print! Nice choice on the size. I love all the "hidden" things in the picture pertaining to the show that us "breaking bad afficianados" would only get! If you ever have extra prints you'd like to sell, please contact me (Tom) at ttothek1@yahoo.com I was working today and couldn't make the purchase and I refuse to do the black market on ebay. Thanks!

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  2. There will be extras on sale sometime in the future, I will give plenty of warning, though.

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  3. Thanks, Mark! Passed on the Breaking Gifs version, hoping I could get a margin-sketch version!

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  4. Mark this is a great print I'm happy to say I own one. You mentioned someone besides P&L did the printing, who did you have print these?

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  5. Gallery 1988 handled the printing decisions... I'm pretty sure Seizure Palace handled printing duties.

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    1. Mark how do you make a print like this with such realistic landscaping, houses, car, signs and even Walt through the window? Do you draw everything or scan photos and use some special computer program? It's such a amazing style and turns out looking great I was real curious how you do it.

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    2. It' basically half drawings and half photos... but there is quite a bit of work to be done to the photos to make them work on something like this.

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  6. I really dig the way it's actually printed. It has this particular granular look in its appearance that pulls you in when looking you end up actually staring over time.

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