Ken Taylor’s Bill Hicks Print and Shepard Fairey’s “They Live” Poster (Onsale Info)

The Alamo Drafthouse will release Ken Taylor’s Bill Hicks art print tomorrow. It’s an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 200, and will cost $30. In addition, there will be some copies of Shepard Fairey’s “They Live” poster available (image has not been released, nor has info, but you can get an in-progress peek and a video from John Carpenter below). Both go up tomorrow (Friday, June 10th) at a random time. Visit Mondotees.com.

Please note, this is only an in-progress photo of part of the design:

7 Responses to “Ken Taylor’s Bill Hicks Print and Shepard Fairey’s “They Live” Poster (Onsale Info)”

  1. Hicks was sent by higher beings to help squeejey our third eyes and see the world for what it truly is. He remains one of the greatest comedians – to ever walk the earth. Taylor’s depiction is spot on, I really hope I get one of these. But if not I might even be tempted by the flipper fees to get hold of one. Dying to see the detail in the background!

  2. Been hoping we’d get a Hicks print for a while and it’s done by none other than the awesome Ken Taylor! Hicks was more than just a comedian, he was a minor prophet in my opinion. If only he were still alive today, I would be laughing my ass off while also getting an education. One of my personal heroes and I will be proud to have this hanging on my wall.

  3. Going for a Hicks for a friend and They Live for myself.

    Can’t even imagine how the prices will range for flippers on eBay tonight after the screening.

  4. @JZA – you’re right dude, he was a prophet. Truly inspirational.

  5. Bill Hicks rules. Guess I gotta get the print! Hope it doesn’t sell out instantly.

  6. which one will flip better, ken or shep?

  7. i thought all of sheps art was based on they live? excited to see this…

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