Marvel Art Prints by Mike Mitchell – Round 4 (Onsale Info)

Mondo will release the fourth installment of Marvel art prints by Mike Mitchell today. This batch includes all of the entries in his “Just Like Us” print series. These are 8″ x 10″ giclees, have editions of 120-170, and will cost $35 each. They go up today (Tuesday, May 20th) at a random time. Visit Mondotees.com.

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell

10 Responses to “Marvel Art Prints by Mike Mitchell – Round 4 (Onsale Info)”

  1. So how many more rounds are there? Also, there has to be close to a million dollars worth of sales on these thus far. Go Mike and Mondo I guess….

  2. so are these officially licensed?

  3. Yes.

  4. Like the Ghost Rider, funny !

  5. Yo Admin, I have no more of a problem with Mondo making a commodity with the Marvel property than I do with Lego doing the same thing. These are just another licensed good. Why are you posting about them here? These aren’t really collectible art pieces. Is it just that they only decided to hit print 170 times that makes them worth $35? An 8X10 digital print should be framed and sold at Target for $16.99. I REALLY like the art that Mike Mitchell has done here, that Venom is hilarious! This just seems like more of a production item than a hand printed collectible poster. I feel like Mike got the short end of the stick. I fully understand why a lesser known artist makes digital prints, they are easily accessible, you don’t have to do them in quantity, you don’t need any special artwork set up or prep, etc, etc. But Mondo is the biggest in the game. Shouldn’t they be putting a bit more effort into the work they have these artists creating? PS, the term giclee is a joke.

  6. Wait, now unless something is screenprinted, it’s not a legitimate piece of art?

  7. Kinda, yeah. I don’t need to explain printing to you, but there is a hands on process, slight variations, a tactile beauty to screen prints that makes them special. There is a whole other artist involved in the making of the piece! Epson makes “giclees”, not people. Hell, even offset printing takes more effort than a computer printout. When you buy a limited edition, it’s nice to know that it cannot be repeated so easily. The mixing of the inks, the set up, etc, will never be the same as the run your print came from. You truly have something unique. There is no magic in sitting on your ass waiting for 170 prints to spit out the other side of a machine. There is no art in hitting print to make another run. I’m pretty sure I’m not alone here…

  8. I’m with Ryan here. I have friends who work with high end printers, I can send them these files and get a very very nice 8×10 print.

    There is certainly a line between a limited collectors item and a mass produced novelty. I would argue this run crosses that line.

  9. I love Mike Mitchell, and the art he created for this series. However, charging $35/ a piece for 8 x 10 digital prints is turrible. As Fake Ryan mentioned, I may be swayed if they were screen prints. Short of that, there is no chance I would contribute to the greed machine that has become Mondo.

  10. I’m not going to get into this argument, but you guys do realize that it costs more to get giclees made than screenprints, right?

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