“Welcome Home” Art Print by Tyler Stout (Australian Brushfire Relief Version Onsale Info)

After hearing of the tragic events surrounding the recent brushfires in Australia, Tyler Stout and Postersandtoys.com have decided to help out by releasing a new version of “Welcome Home”, Stout’s classic art print from 2005.  This version features an all-new color scheme which includes four glow in the dark inks.  It’s a 16″ x 24″ screenprint, the price will be $50.  Half of all profits will be donated directly to the Australian Red Cross’ Brushfire Appeal Fund.  These will be released on Monday, March 16th at 12pm CST, and will be available for 48 hours, ending Wednesday, March 18th at 12pm CST.  Once the sales are closed, the final edition will be announced.  Yes, times are tight for everyone, but hopefully this is an exciting enough project to get you to help out with this very, very worthy cause.  Big thanks from both Tyler and Postersandtoys.  When the time is right, visit Postersandtoys.com.

What it will look like in the dark:

24 Responses to ““Welcome Home” Art Print by Tyler Stout (Australian Brushfire Relief Version Onsale Info)”

  1. great poster, great cause

  2. helping out through great art… bravo!

  3. As a Stout-a-holic, this makes me extremely happy. And for once, my stupid obsessive collecting will do some good. Once again goes to prove that you and Tyler are some of the nicest guys in the business.

  4. Awesome, I’ve been after this image for a while. It’s for a good cause too. A win, win situation.

  5. Great print for a great cause, thanks Tyler and Mitch.

  6. this is fantastic. i’m wondering if the red on the spacesuit will look more orange once it’s printed.

    (also, i have a cheap monitor so maybe it’s already organge)

  7. viv, on March 13th, 2009 at 9:54 am Said:
    Great print for a great cause, thanks Tyler and Mitch.

    +1, Thank you!

  8. Thank you Tyler.

  9. beautiful.

  10. It’s really nice that he’s doing this. I’ve been donating to help with the brushfire with each Paypal transaction. I wish I could go down there and do more.
    My complaint is – If he was motivate solely by the brushfire, why are they only donating half the profit? For every dollar that goes to help the fire-ravaged landscape of australia, one is staying here to line someones pocket.

  11. will those who order first get lower numbers? thanks

    paypal transactions…i sense that you are buying goods? why are you, you should just send down all your money. if you are receiving transactions, are you sending all of the money you make?

  12. Really, Evan? Lining someone’s pockets? You make it sound like Tyler is making millions off of these prints. Which, I’m not sure if you know much about making art prints, JUST ISN’T TRUE. Plus, you also talk like you’re Mother Teresa for using Paypal. Do us all a favor and stuff it.

  13. half is better than none and i’m sure they need some $$$ to cover printing costs

  14. Any chance Tyler can change the American flag on the helmet to an Australian one for this??

  15. evan, i can’t believe you would say something like that. tstout & mitch are being way nice by offering half, and doing an open ended edition, which could lead to 500 or more. If it were 500, that would be $12,500. every little bit helps, complaining about a contribution is one of the most asinine things someone can do.

  16. evan:
    If just 10% of the proceeds of this sale went to the cause, there would still be a LOT of very grateful people. The fact is, noone is under any obligation to donate ANY funds. I think this arrangement is extremely generous. The news of this local tragedy barely rated a mention in America, so I applaud anyone willing to help in any way. I beleive 50% of all proceeds is a massive offer, and noone deserves to have their motives questioned here.

  17. No need to argue about it really. Tyler and I decided the deal together, and if anyone is unhappy with it, they are certainly welcome to donate directly to the Australian Red Cross. We aren’t forcing the deal on anyone.

  18. this is great, and really the poster tubes and postage to the buyers is an expense that has to be covered, at $50 you can’t complain about this cause, maybe anyone that’s unhappy should just kick $50 to the Red Cross and not expect a poster at all for doing a good deed……

  19. This is a print that I have been trying to buy for a while now. Glad it’s being re-created for a good cause.

  20. i think im gonna get one of these.

  21. Where is beefloaf?

  22. haha that IS the question…

  23. Great cause, one nitpicky note:
    It’s BUSHFIRES, not BRUSHFIRES… brushfires (two ‘r’s) are annoying little blazes, bushfires (one ‘r’) are enormous and devastating, as indeed the recent ones were.

    Nevertheless, a very generous gesture and appreciated!

  24. Wow, you are totally right. Thanks for catching that.

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