“Change – Into A Truck” Art Print by Tim Doyle

Of all the Obama parodies I’ve seen, this may be the funniest one.  Tim Doyle brings the pop-culture pain with this new art print, “Change – Into A Truck”.  It’s an 18″ x 24″ screnprint, has an edition of 80 (though only 70 will be sold), and is $30.  There is also a glow in the dark variant limited to only 10 pieces for $50.  Might not want to wait around too long on these.  Visit NakatomiInc.com.


32 Responses to ““Change – Into A Truck” Art Print by Tim Doyle”

  1. Wait, wait. I do a 2nd edition of my Murray and I’m a jerk, but I don’t do a 2nd edition of this and everyone’s sad?

    I don’t understand.

    I’m moving to Finland.

  2. No, Tim, you should definitely make more.
    Can’t be a jerk for spreading such awesomeness.

  3. Take everything with a grain of salt man.

    Of course people who missed out are going to complain.

    Leave it as is. Don’t make another edition.

  4. This print is amazing, right down to the detailing. Put this and the Fairey side by side and it becomes even more amazing when you note the technical similarities.

  5. Do make a Soundwave edition though.

  6. Do another print run!

    Although, you’re not a jerk either way.

    Please though!

  7. […] Optimus Prime – Change […]

  8. […] I happen to this this limited print poster is very clever.  It’s a limited edition poster, and it’s already sold out. […]

  9. Nakatomi has a few artist proofs left. They’re selling them for $75 as of 05/09/09. They swear they’re the last of ’em!

  10. Why are people hung up on first additions? If they are exactly the same, why not print more. This isn’t a sculpture or anything. Less art produced(In the realm of posters) means higher prices for the art and less people get to enjoy it. Do you think it would have been better for the world of art if there were only one pressing of any great album? I designed a guitar in high school that Fender and Courtney Love copied without my permission (The squier Venus model). I am so jazzed that my design was mass produced instead of the very limited numbers that I made. If something is good, why not make more? As usual artist become capitalists who understand supply and demand and take advantage of it. Fine with me, I love capitalism but less of a certain art run doesn’t make the art “Better” or more “Special” just more rare and needlessly expensive. Produce more of your fine posters and wear a huge smile when you see more of them sold and on walls and stores.

  11. Too funny! I have the artist’s proof and LOVE it. I have it alongside my HOPE poster.

  12. Currently on the 7th Edition.

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