Handiedan Time-Limited Art Prints (Onsale Info)

Phone Booth Gallery will release two amazing new art prints by Handiedan using a time-limited method (aka Audrey Kawasaki style).  Two prints (“Beautiful Decay” (the 14″ x 23.4″ giclee pictured below) and “Two Blondes” (16.5″ x 23.4″ giclee)) will be available for 24 hours starting at 12am PST on Saturday, August 21, 2010.  However many are sold during that period will determine the edition sizes.  I’ll try to remind you guys, but keep an eye on PhoneBoothGallery.com.

14 Responses to “Handiedan Time-Limited Art Prints (Onsale Info)”

  1. I like the idea of a full 24 hours. It’s easy to miss/forget about/sleep through 1 hour sales. Consider one of those bought, if they aren’t $500+ each.

  2. Hope these aren’t too expensive, I’ll probably end up picking one of each.

  3. They’ll probably be between $150 – $300

  4. If they are priced like the other Handiedan Giclees, should be 50 each, no clue, just thinking out loud.
    Beautiful Decay looks amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Looks like I finally might score one of these. I am all for low editions but it stinks when time and time again you strike out on getting a print you want because you happen to be away from a computer for a few minutes.

  6. i wonder how many will sell of each?

    i hope these are the typical $50 per, and I hope we can order both with one shipping charge.

  7. “However many are sold during that period will determine the edition sizes.”

    Exactly why i dont buy giclee

    LOVE THE ART THOUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Nevermind. I’m probably wrong about the price above. Maybe I was thinking about the secondary market.

    legion, maybe about 2% of the popular giclee prints/posters are sold in that 24-hour timed release manner. So it doesn’t even make sense to claim that it’s the reason why you don’t buy giclee art (I used to think the same way, but later realized that I was missing out on a bunch of great pieces each year).

  9. I’m in for $50. I don’t have many Giclees myself, screenprints always seemed to have so much more craft to them, though I know the limitations prevent a lot of styles (ie this one) from being printed in that way.

    Giclee always screamed ‘expensive, fancy word for an Epson printout’ to me, but this is a pretty cool Epson printout.

  10. @13

    Very true its the alt+P that bothers the shit out of me.

    The decision to create the edition# based on the initial sales just furthers my opinion on the re print ability of an image for the next how-ever-long its popular.

    I guess its better that just straight up printing 450 of them and ensuring they are worthless right off the bat though.

    And i do love the art, just not enough cash to start expanding my collection into another format.

    thanks 13 cheers

  11. Just throwing this out there, But the Horkey Suite 1 release was a time release, and everyone (myself included) loved the fact that we all had 4 hours to make up our mind to make or not make the purchase. I dont mind the fact its a time release at all, just my 2 cents…

  12. I really like these types of releases. Gives me a chance to think about if I want the piece or not, and there’s less stress and waiting around involved. For other people, it’s not as thrilling. And some people are even bothered by how these 24-hour timed releases can be less flippable.

  13. Honestly i enjoy the fact that everyone can jump in and grab one. im just not buying one cause the image isnt that great. I hope the other one looks better.. just my 2 cents

  14. I have an early piece somewhere knocking around if anyone is interested.

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