Godmachine has just released a new limited edition screen-print to his online shop entitled “Spider Baby”. The print is 18″ x 24″, signed and numbered in an edition of 50 for just £20. If you take a look at the shop you will notice some original drawings have been up for sale, and sold out very quickly, but its worth it to keep your on the site. Also consider signing up for the Godmachine mailing list, along with news there is promotional sale codes given out once in a while.
Godmachine is on a roll and has just released a new limited edition screen-print to his online shop. King of the Rotten is a 18″ x 25″ screen-print, printed by the artist, signed and numbered in an edition of 40 for £20.00 ($31) each. Each print also comes with a sticker. If your looking for some apparel, you might be able to dig up some Godmachien designs over at Disturbia Clothing
Get the print here: Godmachine Shop
Godmachine has just released 4 stunning new prints to his online shop: “Arms of the Devil”, “Arms of God”, “Odin” and “Leviathan”. Each print is 16.54″ x 23.39″ on 280gsm soft white cotton paper, signed and numbered in editions of 20 for under $60 each. Limit is one per household of each print. I like that the “Arms of the Devil” and “Arms of God” are basically the same design, with a striking addition to change the look of the other. The small color addition and name change really does give the other print a different, more sinister vibe. Just goes to show how powerful color and even names can be.
Get the prints here: Godmachine Store
It has been while since I have been asked to curate a show, and is something I would like to do more often. Articulated Gallery needed a show for the month of June and they asked me to whip together a quick group show, and since time was limited “Under the Gun” was born. The show features work by Chet Zar, Dan Harding, Jessica Ward, Apricot Mantle, Patrick Deignan, John Cebollero, Godmachine, Megan Frauenhoffer, Larkin, Jon Macnair, Jessica Stewart, and Cate Rangel. I am very happy with the show, and was also happy to have some new talent such as Jessica Stewart (featured) and Megan Frauenhoffer (featured) in the show. The show will be up until July 1st, so if you haven’t had a chance to stop by yet, make sure you do. Otherwise I took some photos and made a new video of the exhibition. Hit the link for the video and the rest of the photos.
Once again I was given the opportunity to curate a group show, and am very happy to say that it will be taking place at the Articulated Gallery in San Francisco. This group show is entitled “Under the Gun” and will open this Saturday, June 4th at 8:00pm. The show will feature work from Chet Zar, Dan Harding, Cate Rangel, Jessica Ward, Apricot Mantle, Patrick Deignan, Megan Frauenhoffer (featured), Jon Macnair, Godmachine, Larkin, John Cebollero, and Jessica Stewart (featured). Many of these artists have been featured on the site many times, and a few are recent features and I am very happy to have them in the show. I won’t be able to make the reception night, but I hope everyone enjoys the show, it looks amazing and while your there you can check out the Loved to Death shop. I am told the show will be on the gallery’s webpage this coming Sunday.
Godmachine has just released a limited edition box set to his online shop. Entitled “Speak of the Devil”, this box set includes one stainless steel, 2 inch pentagram, one a4 (8 1.4″ x 11 3.4″) single color print on recycled chipboard, and one black tagless shirt with the “Speak of the Devil” design on the front. It all comes in a box, stamped and numbered with red tissue and shipped to you to preserve quality. This box set is limited to an edition of 50. This is a great opportunity to score not only a print from this amazing artist, but a shirt and pendant.
Check it out: Godmachine Shop
Godmachine has just dropped a new print to his online shop. “The Omen” is hand screen-printed by the artist, 16.5″ x 23.4″ on Black 270gsm paper, signed and numbered in an edition of 45. Each print comes shipped in a sturdy tube, and also come with a free sticker.
Get it here: Omen by Godmachine
Dropping tomorrow, May 5th from Vannen Watches is a new limited edition timepiece by the outstanding Godmachine. I haven’t much about Vannen Watches, if at all, but I think it’s a great new way for fans to got some art they love that isn’t a print, t-shirt, or iphone skin. They’ve released quite a few watches so far, from such artists as Alex Pardee, Brian Morris, Travis Lampe, McBess, and more. Godmachine’s new watch Tempus (latin for time) is limited to 150 watches, with 10 silver variants. Each watch comes in signed and numbered packaging enclosed in a body bag, and you even get a Godmachine sticker. It’s an intense looking watch, but what else would you expect from such a dynamic artist? If you head over to the Vannen site there is also a good interview with Godmachine, so check out the watch and get to know the artist a bit more.
Godmachine has just released the new 2011 Sonisphere Festival 2011 print that he made. This is a 4 color screenprint, 18″ x 24″, signed and numbered in an edition of 90. Limit one poster per customer. This is an amazing looking print, and should appeal to those not even interested in the festival.
Get it here: Godmachine Store
In order to make room and get ready to release some new work, Godmachine has put a bunch of posters for sale online, most of which are sold out. You’ll find his Aliens, Predator, Cthulhu, Weedeater Witch, and even the very sought after Blade Runner. If there is a print that you missed out, head on over and see if this could be your second chance.
There nothing like a good piece of art inspired by the creations of H.P. Lovecraft, it’s even better if that work of art happens to be a print made by Godmachine, “Cthulhu” is a 18″ x24″ 4 color screen-print on white paper, signed and numbered in an edition of 50 for $32 each. The prints are shipped in a sturdy tube, and even come with a free sticker.
Get it here: Godmachine Shop
Godmachine has added a couple of new prints to his online shop. The first new print is “Aliens”, and is 16.5″ x 23.5″, signed and numbered in an edition of 100 with only 50 available. The next print is “Black Death”, coming in at 16″ x 24″, signed and numbered in an edition of 130. All prints are shipped wrapped in tissue, in a super sturdy tube. I really dig the “Black Death” print, the majority of the colors being cool with the striking red accents looks outstanding.