“…So How Can We Hope To Float?” Art Print by Daniel Danger

Daniel’s newest art print is now available for purchase online.  It has an edition of 200, is 17.5″ x 32″, and is $55.  They are just about gone, but if you hurry, you can still score one.  Visit Postersandtoys.com.

15 Responses to ““…So How Can We Hope To Float?” Art Print by Daniel Danger”

  1. This is cool…friend got a variant at Seattle’s Bumbershoot festival.

  2. They are actually cheaper than $55

  3. I bloody love this print, tried for one, hope I get it.

  4. meatloaf, why didn’t you tell me that sooner, 55 is my cutoff! oh man!

  5. yeah the website kept crashin til they was sold out fer me. the usual

  6. I actually don’t think the website crashed till they were already gone. The server crash was unrelated to the print release, they’ve been having issues at Prostores on and off all week. Sucks.

  7. For those that don’t know, postersandtoys is owned by the person who runs this website.

  8. Anyone know if the minis are signed and numbered?
    I already picked one up but am just curious.

  9. ^^
    not signed/numbered is what i’ve been told.

  10. prints all gone :(

  11. I ordered 2. So, if anyone wants one and both of mine come in perfect shape, I will be willing to sell for price of print plus shipping. Only markup will be to cover for my half of shipping on original order.

  12. I’ll take it.
    vvvwwwvvv@gmail.com

  13. k., on September 24th, 2008 at 8:30 pm Said:
    I ordered 2. So, if anyone wants one and both of mine come in perfect shape, I will be willing to sell for price of print plus shipping. Only markup will be to cover for my half of shipping on original order.

    Hey k., I’ll be willing to shoulder a markup equivalent to the entire cost of shipping on your original order. Lemme know if this suits you. arthagallery@yahoo.com

  14. We will see what happens when they arrive.

  15. print came today and it’s awesome.

    I got two of them. One of them is definitely a bit more ‘clean’… that one I just set out to be framed. the other I think I’m going to sell. In looking at the print, I’d rather it go to a real fan than someone merely collecting on ebay. it’s in the tube. buyer would pay the shipping.

    aphortin@yahoo.com

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