New Evan Hecox Art Print: “Berlin Tower”

Looks like Arkitip has a brand new Evan Hecox art print up, and it’s a good one.  “Berlin Tower” is a 16″ x 20″ screenprint, has an edition of 200, and is $125.  Pick one up at Arkitip.com.

25 Responses to “New Evan Hecox Art Print: “Berlin Tower””

  1. Thanks Artkip – Good to hear the “other side of the story” for once and the thought behind the actions – Maybe this should be openly communicated before the moves are done. I appreciate the time taken.

    Re buying 3-4 and reselling – so what if people did. He wasn’t hurting from the fact except maybe artkip wanted a bit more of the Ebay price they saw ?
    Now removing the ability his image has lost “shine” as the prints arn’t selling and people actually like the idea that they can buy to flip later at a profit if need be. Maybe that was a major mistake that could be removed.

    Also Kangorillapig – I like Mr Hecox’s work but in all honestly Mr Hecox isn’t Monet. To compare and pit these two together does not really sit right. I doubt Mr Hecox wishes to be compared to that great Monet.

    Cheers All

  2. Sorry Sacha, I didn’t mean to put them in the same canon, just they’re all artists doing their own thang is what I meant (i’m not great at saying what I mean), and no, it seems unlikely that galleries will be purpose built for Hecox works in the future, or that retrospectives will be held in the V&A, but I do believe a lot of whats going on here will have its little place in art/graphic design history, hecox included…..MAYBE EVEN THIS BEAUTIFUL BLOG?!?!?!

  3. To me the logical assumption seems to be to raise the price to $125 and limit them 1 per customer. Makes more sense in my mind than doubling the run and upping the price simultaneously. But that being said run your business how you think is best if it means you only sell 100 of the 200 you are still making quite a bit more money than you were before the change.

  4. To me the logical assumption seems to be to raise the price to $125 and limit them 1 per customer. Makes more sense in my mind than doubling the run and upping the price simultaneously. But that being said run your business how you think is best if it means you only sell 100 of the 200 you are still making quite a bit more money than you were before the change.

  5. I certainly wish as much thought went into producing two more versions of Mexico City. I bought one from the first run and didn’t know I was effectively buying an edition of 300 vice 100. I mean, come on, when you hit a home run like that – it sold out quickly – don’t rush to the well so fast next time.

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