Aaron Horkey’s Init Fest Poster (Onsale Info)

It seems like forever since this image surfaced, but these posters are finally ready to be released.  Aaron Horkey’s ode to the Prairie Chicken is a 17″ x 30″ screenprint, has an edition of 170, and will be $45.  These go up tomorrow (Thursday, April 9th) at 2pm CST.  Visit BurlesqueDesign.com.

16 Responses to “Aaron Horkey’s Init Fest Poster (Onsale Info)”

  1. Hmmmm I can do without this one.

  2. Same.

  3. I love it, but will be passing… not enough cash to go around these days!

    I’m still hoping to afford one of the letterpress prints when they come out.

  4. i won’t be passing. you guys are nuts. this looks beautiful.

  5. I can’t really understand whats going on with the neck of this thing. There are like 2 necks.

    But it is beautiful and I dig the house to show how big the bird is. But I think I’m still preferential to the Buffalo/turkey beast from the last Init Fest.

  6. eh, there’s plenty other horkey stuff that’s way cooler. get it tho, support art in life! and stuff!

  7. I really want it but the Deuce 7 killed what was left of my poster budget for the time being. I will be picking it up later for sure.

  8. I like the print, but I got no place for a Prairie Chicken on my walls. Gotta pass on this one..

  9. Nah. Not diggin it. Whats goin on with the sketches or letter presses or whatever they are?

  10. Anybody understand what the heck is goin on with the neck? Is it supposed to be a sack or something.

  11. @UncleEbeneezer

    It looks like the neck has some sort of sac or pouch in the center of it. Look at the larger photo when you click on the image and you may be able to understand it a bit more. I think it is just the usual Horkey animal/hybrid thing.

  12. This one is actually quite real: http://www.chickendancetrail.com/images/PrairieChicken1_l.jpg

  13. It’s an air sac.

  14. Right on I kinda thought so, but since its the same color as the sky….

  15. Oh, yeah, it is the same colour as the sky! That’s why I didn’t notice it was a sack.

  16. So yea, I bought one. I dont really care for it, but I think it may wind up being a good trading piece somewhere down the road. I cant believe there are still some available.

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