Aaron Horkey’s Graveyard Poster and “The Siren” Art Print (Onsale Info)

Ok folks, here it is, the sale info for Aaron Horkey’s newest prints. First, they’re both 20.5″ x 39″ screenprints. The Graveyard poster has an edition of 188 and will cost $65. “The Siren” has an edition of 120 and will cost $125. Both go up tomorrow (Tuesday, February 12th) at a completely random time. Visit Postersandtoys.com.

Aaron Horkey

Aaron Horkey

40 Responses to “Aaron Horkey’s Graveyard Poster and “The Siren” Art Print (Onsale Info)”

  1. Drat! It went up and sold out during my drive to work. Can’t win ’em all.

  2. Agreed man. There should be a fucking rule against that crap. BONA started canceling people’s orders if they “scalp” posters before they’re sold. Other companies should follow suit. Automatically flipping these prints for the prices listed is insulting to the people that wait up all damned night/morning because they actually want one to hang on a wall.

    Pirating assholes.

  3. the drops on that site are special…to put it nicely

  4. I completely forgot about this.. how priorities change 🙂

  5. Wow, an 8:25am random drop. Thanks Jerk!

  6. So stoked I was able to score the gig poster!

  7. @Joe

    It’s not Mitch’s fault that you don’t understand the meaning of the word “random”. Regardless, missing out on a poster drop hardly warrants you calling him a “jerk”. He’s the reason you even had a chance to buy the thing in the first place.

    ran·dom
    [ran-duhm]

    adjective
    1. proceeding, made, or occurring without definite aim, reason, or pattern

  8. ran-dumb

  9. Here is a secret for the secondary market. If everyone does not buy them and wait, the price will drop. Simple as that.

  10. Artillery Design has the best site for poster drops…period.

  11. @Shawn
    Would be nice if people actually took your advice. Problem with that is these prints are in high demand. What wonder about is how many people actually keep them. Instead of sell or trade them? Big old cycle going on here.

  12. @Shawn
    Would be nice if people actually took your advice. Problem with that is these prints are in high demand. What I wonder about is how many people actually keep them?Instead of sell or trade them. Big old cycle going on here.

  13. I got my old Horkey (Fall 2006) Converge in our main floor bathroom for everyone to look at while they are taking a poop.

  14. I guess the real question is as follows: Is the band any good?

  15. Shawn,
    Nice image.

  16. This is a good example of the deminishing quality of horkeys prints (the siren)you will soon see a drop in valu just take a good look at his last 12prints excluding maybe 1 i already sold off my collection ive had for couple yrs now get cash while you can before they aint worth a shit

  17. You are welcome.

  18. @joe
    I think you are confusing quality with flip-ability. Every single one of his last 12 prints has a higher 6 month average than what it originally sold for. No, you may not be able to make 100 – 200% on everything, but if you want to buy it strictly to sell it, you will make a profit. Many of us buy it simply because we enjoy his work, not to try to make a buck off of it. Regardless, saying Horkey doesn’t produce ‘quality’ work anymore is one of the more ridiculous statements I’ve ever heard.

  19. joe,
    This is a good example of the diminishing quality of “collectors” such as yourself.

  20. I tend to shy away from flipper prints…huge turn off

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