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by Suzanne on December 20th, 2010
Arcadia by Chris Conn Askew - click to enlarge
This time, it's the spicy Arcadia (see image above). She comes as a gorgeous 12”x18 giclee print, signed and numbered in an edition of 250. All I can say is: BUNS!
I'm fortunate enough to own one of Chris' Six Girls prints and the colours are super rich and the paper well sourced so I'm sure Mlle Arcadia will make you just as happy.
Ordering couldn't be easier as you just use Chris' PayPal email firstname.lastname@example.org to send him $120 US plus $8 US for shipping (to ANYWHERE in the world - now isn't that nice!). Make sure your shipping address is correct, you morons! Details here (if you're suspicious that I'm making you send money to the Molvanian Trotskyist dentist party).
Mammon bless our modern times when financial ruin/collector's bliss is just one mouse click away.
Chris says about the shipping:
I will be able to begin shipping on December 17th, and all orders will be processed immediately, in the order in which they arrived. If you want an express option, that is available for $20 US (instead of the standard $8, not in addition to), and the postal office assured me that any domestic packages expressed by the 23rd of December will arrive by Xmas. If you are outside of the US, and are interested in an express option, please email me and I will try to work something out for you.
But please don't stress the man!
The master himself again:
as i don’t actually own any of my own paintings, i am going to be working double-overtime at the paint factory for the rest of the year, so that i can stock the show nicely with all-new work, totally unseen by the public eye in any form ‘til the opening. as a result, i will only be able to sell a very small handful of originals this year, much less than usual, and a similar number of prints.
Discuss Chris Conn Askew on the WurzelForum.
by Suzanne on December 14th, 2010
Family Book by Alexander Korzer-Robinson, cut medical book, ca. 1910, 25cm x 18cm x 4cm - click to enlarge
In a time when lasers cut everything with maximum precision and zero blood, sweat 'n' tears, people like Alexander Korzer-Robinson are an endangered sub-species so it is with great pleasure that I present you his new works!
May I say that considering the amount of time, nerves, plasters & Savlon® involved, these books are an absolute steal and I would buy them all if I had enough cash monehs. Just saying.
by Suzanne on December 9th, 2010
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