Myths and Monsters – An Acidfree Gallery Print Show (Onsale Info)

Acidfree Gallery just sent over images for their upcoming Myths and Monsters show, and they all look amazing! In order, we’ve got Laurent Durieux, Tom Whalen, Dave Perillo, Graham Erwin, and NC Winters. These will all be limited edition art prints (Laurent’s is a screenprint, the rest are giclees). Everything goes up tomorrow (Friday, July 27th) at 12:30pm Eastern Time. There are many more too, so check out the site. Visit Acidfree.

8 Responses to “Myths and Monsters – An Acidfree Gallery Print Show (Onsale Info)”

  1. Durieux’s ‘Welcome To Bigfoot National Park’ is amazing! Love the detail. And that it’s a screenprint makes it that much better. BTW – check out the tricky variant…

  2. Durieux’s is my favorite artist at the moment. I expect him to eventually be up there with Moss, Ansin and Stout. So, buy his stuff now while it doesn’t cost $600 on ebay.

  3. I like the regular Bigfoot better than the variant because of the Airstream RV.

  4. @sluffmo those are some pretty big shoes to fill! Granted, his work is very impressive.

  5. Durieux’s releases are among the best done by Mondo this year. The scale, detail, and use of screenprinting are amazing.

  6. The Duriex Bigfoot is one of the coolest things I’ve seen all year.

  7. Laurents work is unbelievable. The first piece of his I got was the Snoopy work he did with Dark Hall Mansion. His stuff just gets better. The retro look and attention to detail is just unreal. He’s my favorite artist of the moment and right up there with Whalen for me.

  8. El Chupacabra is not originally from Mexico.
    It is originally from a small town, localizated in the skate of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
    As the legend says, by mid 90’s, some goats – cabra, in portuguese – were found with a hole in theier heads. With no explanation to theier death, people start to say that some kind of mistery “being” were sucking theier brains by making those holes in the goats heads.
    “Chupar” is the verb “to suck” in portuguese, and “cabra” is “gota”. So that is the meaning of “Chupacabra” in english: “Goatsucker”. Yes that is it!
    I guess, by my por spanish, that goat in that language not even is “cabra”, but “chibo”.
    I believe that OMG already posted, don’t remember when, a print from I don’t remember wich artist, that had that caracter.

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