“MJ Times Six” Art Print by Tim Doyle

Since this is for charity, I thought I’d give it a quick shout.  Tim Doyle’s “MJ Times Six” is a 16″ x 24″ screenprint for $30.  The majority of the proceeds will go to benefit the East Austin Media Project – a youth oriented arts charity.  Nakatomi will have 100 for sale.  Visit NakatomiInc.com.

21 Responses to ““MJ Times Six” Art Print by Tim Doyle”

  1. there’s charity and there’s self publicity.. i wouldn’t have put it up

  2. you’re right, you shouldn’t have posted this. lol

  3. Did you not like the art or the timing of the release? Just curious

  4. dude first of all, EVERYONE is going to pay tribute to MJ. Next, that thing is ugly as S HIT!!!!!!!!

  5. I like it! I think it’s a classy tribute.

  6. What’s up with using so much white on his face? The man is a black

  7. Horrid!!!!!

  8. So you only post up info on prints that you like?

  9. Certainly has alot to do with it.

  10. Oh god!!!!! I need a trash can……burp….blahhhhhh….

    I saw these on their site, man oh man, these are bad, if I ever do screen prints this bad I want my friends to have the heart to tell me…..at least I’ll have my Nakatomi Paul Pope print soon…..other than that, most of the stuff on there doesn’t do it for me……….

  11. Sorry…I’ll try to suck less next time. Sheesh!

  12. Everyones a critic.


  13. In the future, everyone will suck less for 15 minutes

  14. My 15 mins can’t come soon enuff…


  15. Not much different from the style that was used for previous Doyle prints that were praised. I think its nice and pretty cool, keep up the great work

  16. “Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checked by failure…than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.”
    Theodore Roosevelt


  18. PDqRoch, I believe we are discussing the execution of the work, not the risk-taking

  19. I gotta say this, “as mentioned ever so kindly earlier”, I don’t care for the print. But…..I’m not attacking Tim.

    What you’re doing at nakatomiInc.com is a great idea and I wish you much success.

    As a side note I can’t wait to get the Pulphope print in the mail, and I excited to see what the future months will bring at nakatomi.

  20. No Isaac…too late…you’re on The List.

    …the Christmas Card list.

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