Introducing Art Prints by Tom Strom

Every once in awhile, an amazing artist comes seemingly from out of nowhere.  That is the case with Tom Strom, a Minneapolis tattoo and visual artist that just popped up on everyone’s radar screen recently and is blowing minds.  His artwork is truly impressive, and his prints are of the highest quality.  The dude looks to be a serious talent, one worth supporting for sure.  To purchase, either shoot him a PM at Expressobeans (this is the easiest), or send him an email via his website.


12.25″ x 23″ Giclee, Edition of 100, $100:

“Into The Fire”

14″ x 23″ Giclee, Edition of 100, $100:

“The Taste of Death”

16″ x 21.75″ Giclee, Edition of 100, $100:


12″ x 23″ Giclee, Edition of 100, $100:

“Let Us Pray”

11″ x 27″ Giclee, Edition of 100, $100:


7.5″ x 11.75″ Giclee, Edition of 100, $50:

5 Responses to “Introducing Art Prints by Tom Strom”

  1. Totally freakin awesome, but for the most part way too creepy for me to look at on any kind of a regular basis. Something about “The Taste of Death” really appeals to me, but I am almost positive that it would give me nightmares if it were hanging on my wall. Horkey’s work can be fairly dark as well, but at least there are no dead people or creepy ass lookin zombie dudes. I might break down and buy one based solely on the fact that Storm’s talent in undeniable. Maybe I could keep it in storage and just pull it out every year on Halloween or something : )

  2. This guy is definitely a talent, but that gibberish Kanji in “Unborn” just ruins that particular print for me. That style of fudging a bunch of brushstrokes to look “Oriental” is pretty indicative of western tattoo styles and flash.

    The rest of the prints, however, are pretty badass…

  3. The subject matter isn’t my cup of tea but the technique is unbelievable. Really nice work!

  4. Impressive work thanks for the heads up as always

  5. Am I the only one that sees a resemblance to Slater’s Alkaline Trio/Manchester print in the “Let Us Pray” piece?

    link to the Slater:

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