Thursday, June 19, 2014

Very Limited SDCC Exclusive '66 Batman Print!





HOLY ARTWORK, BATMAN!  IT’S SHAG X BATMAN 1966 FOR SDCC!

LOS ANGELES, CA – June 19, 2014
Huckleberry has teamed up with Josh Agle (aka SHAG) to create an amazing piece of collectible artwork for San Diego Comic-Con…BATMAN 1966!   Inspired by DC Comics Batman Classic TV Series, Josh brings to the series to life with an epic battle royale of good vs evil with his unmistakable, vividly colorful mid-century modern design aesthetic.  The artwork depicts Batman and Robin versus the dastardly villains Catwoman, The Joker, The Penguin, The Riddler, Mr Freeze and the rarely seen Egghead and King Tut on the rooftops of Gotham City.

The 21 color, hand-pulled silk screen serigraph will be sold as an exclusive at Huckleberry’s booth #3449 at San Diego Comic-Con.








Huckleberry also noted to us that they are: "doing a PRE-SALE starting on Thursday morning at some point, as this piece is HUGE and I’ve gotten a lot of comments concerning the thought of damaging the prints at the show, so we will send them out for them if they choose to do buy through the pre-sale. "


Artist:    SHAG
Title:    The Delegation of Evildoers
Medium:    21 color, hand-pulled silk screen serigraph
Image Size:    21” x 36”
Paper Size:    24” x 40”
Edition Size:    150 pcs signed and numbered
Cost:    $500 + applicable state taxes

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Josh Agle, also known as Shag (a contraction of the last two letters of his first name and the first two letters of his last) was born in 1962. He is a painter, illustrator and designer, currently based in Los Angeles. Agle has had numerous gallery exhibitions in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia. His work has been featured in museums such as the Laguna Art Museum in California, The Andy Warhol Museum in Pennsylvania and the Naples Museum of Contemporary Art in Italy. Agle’s exhibitions have been HYPERLINK "http://jonathanlevinegallery.com/?method=Blog.NewsDetail&EntryID=CD1B9E19-F9A3-6CF2-C53C8553699E00DF" reviewed by The New York Times’ critics Ken Johnson and Roberta Smith. His artwork has been published in several books, been the subject of a documentary film, as well as a musical.

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