Josh Keyes at Limited Addiction Gallery (Preview)

Limited Addiction just posted the preview for the Josh Keyes show which opens on October 20. If you didn’t get the email about it, you are probably too late, as the preview list is very, very extensive. Limited Addiction will also be releasing a new print edition, Tic Toc. This will be an 18″ x 24″ Giclee, have an edition of 50, and be $185. They are being sold through the preview and at the show, but some will be sold on their site in the near future, so don’t freak out (I will keep you updated). Bottom line is, if you didn’t get the email about the preview list, just consider this eye candy. Don’t go emailing them trying to get bumped up the list. See it all at

The Print:

EDIT: I got so excited about the new Josh Keyes show that I forgot to mention that it is a split show with another great artist, Oliver Vernon.  Click the link at the top, you’ll like his stuff. 

26 Responses to “Josh Keyes at Limited Addiction Gallery (Preview)”

  1. So this one has a buffalo instead of a deer eh, and people say Fairey is repetitive!

  2. The difference is that these are original paintings and not just created digitally. Not to knock Fairey, but this is a whole different ball game my friend.

  3. Has anyone received a response from LAG yet? I emailed them to reserve a print about a minute after I received their email, but haven’t heard anything yet.

  4. I emailed an hour or so ago. I haven’t heard back either. I really hope I wasn’t too late, but I fear the worst

  5. what’d you try to reserve Matthew?

  6. They are only accepting print reservations from people on the preview list. If you weren’t on it, you’ll have to wait to get them from the site with everyone else.

  7. How posh.

  8. site administrator, how is the preview list different than those who received the preview email informing us to email them to reserve?

  9. All I read is that they will be selling them at the opening and holding some back for a website release…. I don’t see anything that indicates that you could reserve one via the preview list. Unless I’m reading a different email.

  10. If you got the email, you’re good to ask. However, they are still taking requests in the order that they received your name and contact info for the show…………I think.

  11. Yeah, Rhino, you may be right. Looks like sales at the opening, then online.

  12. ghetto

  13. These are so awesome. I hope to get the print.

  14. I like that alligator. Stoney, there is a difference between repeating themes in your paintings and literally copying and pasting vectored artwork between your pieces.

  15. Repetition is repetition.

  16. Except for when its not.

  17. There’s nothing wrong with thinking of a concept and executing it in a couple of ways. Even if they do have a similar composition.
    I’m sure he has many other ideas for the same concept.



  20. Will there be a print available at the show tonight, besides OG artwork?

  21. That print in the post will be available at the opening tonight.

  22. The print has come and gone.

  23. Yeah, guess they decided to do it completely unannounced.

  24. Hi all,

    Thanks for the comments on my work, I am glad some of you like it.



  25. “Don’t go emailing them trying to get bumped up the list.” … Well, I emailed them anyway, and yesterday, they sent me an email 20 minutes before the ‘time’ that said: “The Josh Keyes “Tic Toc” print will be added to our Webstore this morning at 10:45 Colorado time. Please do not post this information anywhere- we’d like everyone that inquired to get a shot at picking this up.” And it was… well, actually, it was around 11:50am Colorado time, but that’s what happened. I’m psyched to get it.

  26. Glad to hear it. At the time this was written, they were being flooded with requests for originals off of the preview list, so I was trying to reduce their clutter, since the prints weren’t for sale yet.

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