“May I Introduce to You” Beatles Art Print by SHAG (Lottery Sale Info)

Dark Hall Mansion is currently selling their newest Beatles print via lottery. SHAG’s “May I Introduce to You” is a 20″ x 28″ screenprint, has an edition of 150, and costs $225. Lottery details are below. Enjoy!

Collectors wishing to purchase this edition need only send DHM an email with the words: Beatles x SHAG in the subject line at: info@darkhallmansion.com registering-ANYTIME-during a one week period beginning 9/5/12 and closing at 11:59 PM PST on 9/12/13. At that time all registered email addresses will be assigned a number and entered into a random draw. DHM will then notify the 150 collectors with winning numbers on 9/13/13 and they will have until 11:59 PM PST on 9/14/13 to complete their purchases via Paypal. NO exceptions! Failure to complete the purchase by this time relinquishes their winning position and we will move on to the next person in line on the Beatles x SHAG waiting list.

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11 Responses to ““May I Introduce to You” Beatles Art Print by SHAG (Lottery Sale Info)”

  1. Hm. I entered for a crack at this, but it’s not kill’in me. I’d be tempted to trade for “It’s my party and I’ll hire the Beatles if I want to.”

    I’m kinda surprised at him with this one. One would have thought he’d put a little more “umph” into it.

  2. Nice Tom Whalen!

  3. Wow really like this;very beatle-rific

  4. definitely a whalen!

  5. EXACTLY, Mark. First thing I thought when I saw it was, “Why’s Whalen doing more Beatles stuff?”

    And can I just say, $225?!? Are you serious? I paid $300 for the Whalen Yellow Sub set, and that’s five pieces and comes with a gorgeous folio.

  6. Love The Beatles. Timeless, ageless music. But I’ll admit to having grown a bit tired of all of the Yellow Submarine/Peter Max/Heinz Edelmann-inspired prints. Would be nice to see something coming from a different place for a change.

  7. Apparently people aren’t familiar with Shag’s work if they think he is biting Whalen’s work. He’s been in this game a little longer.
    Nothing against Whalen but this has always been Shag’s style.

  8. Yeah that’s what I was thinking. People are so quick to jump to the conclusion that an artist is biting another.
    I don’t know exactly how long Whalen’s been at it, but I know Shag’s been around for long, long time.

  9. good lord children, he’s not biting whalen

  10. Looks most influenced by the advent of Adobe Illustrator and vector graphics.

  11. Aigle copy Whalen? Ha! That’s a laugh.

    I believe it’s only because Whalen appears here a lot. No one here is familiar with SHAG.

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