Jermaine Rogers’ “Rabbit Fighter” Art Print / T-Shirt at Nakatomi Inc.

Nakatomi’s newest entry in their invitational series is a massive T-Rex reference by Jermaine Rogers.  “Rabbit Fighter” is available as an 18″ x 24″ screenprint and/or a t-shirt (the shirt glows in the dark).  The sets will only be sold through March 31st or until they sell 250 copies, whichever comes first.  The pricing is as follows:  T-shirt/art print set for $50, t-shirt alone for $20, art print alone for $40.  There is also a glow in the dark variant of the art print with an edition of 30 and a price of $50.  Visit

P.S.  Today is the last day to order Nakatomi subscriptions.

11 Responses to “Jermaine Rogers’ “Rabbit Fighter” Art Print / T-Shirt at Nakatomi Inc.”

  1. What a disaster. “Electric Warrior” is such a good album and seeing this gives me chest pains.

    Here’s the original album cover, if you’re curious:

  2. Whatever. Really cool. I LOVE these bunnies!

  3. are these signed and numbered?

  4. Yes, these are signed and numbered….the regular edition will be on sale for 1 month, or until they sell 250 copies, whichever comes first. The GID Variant is signed and numbered out of an edition of 30

  5. P.S. Can’t believe that GID is still around….that would have been gone in a minute on Jermaine’s site…

  6. You know, I think they might just be numbered actually.

  7. yeah, it doesn’t say anything about any of them being signed and the GID doesn’t even say anything about being #’d. I’d double check before buying if that’s decision criteria.

  8. Hmm…thought i had seen somewhere in one of the nakatomi e-mails that these series would be signed…my apologies if i was incorrect.

  9. Ok, per Tim, these will be numbered and probably not signed. However, I am not totally crazy as he said that some of their prints will be signed, just depends on the artist and logistics.

  10. It’s only a signature. I’ve gotten tons of stuff from Mondo and they’re not signed. Hasn’t ruined the prints for me. D&L still does top notch printing.

  11. I bought my copy this morning, ive never been one to care if a print is signed or not if i really like it.

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