“Closing In” Art Print by Mike Klay

Mike Klay just dropped this new art print, “Closing In”.  It’s an 18″ x 24″ glow in the dark screenprint, available in two colorways (limited to 50 and 100) for $40 each.  There is also a small run printed on birch plywood.  That one is limited to 10 copies and costs $150.  Visit PowerSlideDesign.com.

11 Responses to ““Closing In” Art Print by Mike Klay”

  1. Blue is out of 100, Brown out of 50.

  2. i’ve never understood the need for glow in the dark printing. i bet it looks cool on the streets (maybe even causes accidents) but anyone who protects their art investment with conservation framing is most likely going to get UV blocking glass and then you’ll never see the glow in the dark.

    i’m curious because i work in the framing industry.

  3. I agree with Matt, all my posters are in UV block glass and don’t ever get any direct light. In addition I find the glow in the dark ink is often not quite white, which can take away form the poster.
    regardless these posters look awesome.
    :)

  4. interesting about the UV glass. doesn’t it just block ultra-violet light, the harmful light that can cause paper to fade, skin cancer, etc.?

    if you held the framed print under UV glass up to a bright light bulb, wouldn’t it still charge the GID ink so it would glow?

    someone needs to conduct an experiment.

  5. My McCarthy Long Quiet Life is under UV glass, gets just a peek of indirect light and glows really well at night.

  6. UV light isn’t needed for glow in the dark prints, tards.

  7. eh, i dont buy glow in the dark posters so i wouldn’t be sure but i do handle alot of emulsion which is almost always UV dependant so i assumed the two processes were similar.

    thanks for the candor Stoney

  8. I know it’s been said before, but holy Dan McCarthy.

  9. I was thinking the same thing

  10. Glow in the dark is such a gimic, If i was still in college and hittin’ the tabs I WOULD LOVE IT. but now that i’m a GROWN UP its kind of childish and low class trashy. didn’t he use this same star pattern in one of his other prints? i get it he likes stars.

    NEXT

  11. its def like a zoomed out version of one he already did

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