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Artist Release

  • Artist Spotlight - Charlie Immer

    This month's artist spotlight goes to, envelope please...Charlie Immer.  Who is this fun artist who's artwork displays globs of goo with a fun twist? Charlie Immer is an American fine artist and illustrator. He was born in 1983 and lives in Maryland with a collection of skeletons and candy. Drawing inspiration from horror films, cartoons, nature, candy, and video games, Charlie enjoys dissecting his subjects which creates a contrast between colorful simple characters and the complex beauty of the anatomy within them. His work has been shown across the nation and has appeared been featured in magazines like Juxtapoz and Hi-Fructose. Immer holds a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design.

    Prints on Wood recently released one of Charlie's art pieces called "Fester" and it sold out quickly.

    Fester has a colorful array of globs that add a sense of humor to a complex image.  Why make the blood typical red when other color options are so much more appealing?  That is one of the traits that Charlie brings to his work.

    "The contrast of the smooth bodies and the complex systems beneath spilling out is very appealing to me. As I’m painting I also try to assign flavors to my characters like blueberry and green apple.” – Charlie Immer

    Lets take a look at some other fun prints by Charlie.

    What is so unique about Charlie as an artist is the ability to incorporate horror images with a cartoonish flair.  You will see a commonality of the use with skeletons in his artwork.

    Prints on Wood is thrilled to have had this opportunity to offer "Fester" to art fans and look forward to working with Charlie again in the future.

  • Artist Spotlight - Hikari Shimoda

    In less than 24-hours we will be releasing a limited addition piece from the artist Hikari Shimoda.  The art wood print, "Whereabouts of God #23" is only available for the lucky 25 people who purchase this mystical piece of art.  This fine art wood print is on 1/2" sustainable birch, with a bright white finish in a10 x 10 in. (25.4 x 25.4 cm) size and is hand signed and includes a numbered certificate of authenticity, plus a signature card on the back of each print. Add an optional white frame for $18 to give your artist wood print that finished, complete look.

    Whereabouts of God #23

    Lets learn a little about this artist. Sparkling and sweet, Hikari Shimoda’s work is at once enchanting and disarming, portraying a world where cuteness and horror coexist. Based in Nagano, Japan, Shimoda first studied illustration at the prestigious Kyoto Saga University of Art and Aoyama Juku School before beginning her career as a professional contemporary artist in 2008. Soon after, she was selected for her first solo exhibition at Motto Gallery in Tokyo and has since held exhibitions in galleries worldwide, including Japan, the United States, Canada, and Europe.

    Here are some other photos of Hikari's art pieces.  Her art pieces can be found on Pinterest and Instagram and there are many to see and enjoy.

     

    This is our first artist release of Hikari's work and we are so excited to offer this print to the art lovers who follow and appreciate her work.  Don't wait, the clock is ticking....only 25 pieces available, this custom artist print will for sure blow out the door!!

     

  • Artist Spotlight: Cuddly Rigor Mortis

    If you haven't already purchased your new Cuddly Rigor Mortis print, now is your chance.  Launching her new print called Nectar just a week ago on June 8th, this cute, cuddly artist print is ready for you to add to your "Cuddly" collection.

    Nectar is combination of whimsical, fun, and creepy-cute with colors bursting all about.  Unique to this artist, Cuddly Rigor Mortis has been painting her characters since 2009 which she brings to life happy foods, charming botanicals and animals both real and imagined.  One quirky  element she adds to her artwork is the one large eye to all of her characters giving them more personality in a peculiar playful way.

    Cuddly Rigor Mortis has had her artwork shown in many galleries and museums all over the world, from New York to Paris.  You too can own one of Cuddly's fun works to your art collection.  We offer many of her artwork pieces on our site for you to see, it is difficult to not want them all.

    Here is another one of Cuddly's works that incorporates food with charm.  Each character comes to life in her art and is sure to make you smile.  This fine art wood print is called King Pepi and is still available in her collection.

    King Crab is another print that offers that adorable, fun, even innocent look. Cuddly's work reminds us of childhood joy, age of innocence and life's wonders.

    "Although my work has evolved from cute/horror to cute/creepy to just plain cute, the core of what Cuddly is stays the same - making people happy." 

     

  • Lori Nelson and "Soul Twin"

    Are you looking for some new art? Don’t look any further because we have what you’ve been looking for! Lori Nelson has partnered with us to release an exclusive fine art wood print for you all. There will be a limited amount of 25 signed and numbered prints so you definitely don’t want to miss out.

    Who is Lori Nelson?
    Lori Nelson tackles timeless issues like change, fear of technology and isolation. She practices technique utilizing wide, chunky strokes and understated colors. Her paintings have a very modern feel. She really gives her paintings a personality of their own, which is what makes her paintings so remarkable!

  • Artist Spotlight: Nick Walker

    I’m sure that you’ve seen at least one of our collaborations with artist, Nick Walker. We have had the pleasure of working with Walker a couple of times and each time has been amazing! If you didn’t know, Walker is one of the world’s best known street artists. He always tries to remain as innovative as possible while being modern and thought-provoking as well. His graffiti is a result of very controlled and intricate stenciling but he doesn’t forget to channel the high energy of graffiti as well!

    A couple years ago we had the honor of producing Walker’s piece, Painting the Town Red / Hong Kong Street Scene Two. Only 25 of these prints were produced! They were extremely limited and were highly desired because of the how highly sophisticated yet modern the print is. Not to mention, the print was signed by Walker himself!

    Recently, we had the opportunity to work with Walker once again! This exclusive print is called Vandal vs Louboutin. It is another extremely limited print with only 50 prints available! These prints are also signed by Nick Walker and are available on our site right now. Hopefully you’ll be able to snag one of these prints before they are gone forever!

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