The Best Movie Screenprint Gifts Of 2014

"The Rock" Green Variant By Barbarian Factory / Patrick Connan

The Rock” Green Variant By Barbarian Factory / Patrick Connan $50

Inspired by The Rock Screen Print with Multiple Metallic Inks Green Variant Edition of 85 Approximately 18″ x 36″

20 Years of Dreams by Dave Perillo $50

20 Years of Dreams by Dave Perillo $50

200 piece signed silk screen edition commemerating the 20th anniversary of DreamWorks Animation 12″ x 36″

Science Fiction Star Map

Science Fiction Star Map $40

The Science Fiction Star Chart is based on the night sky above Théâtre Robert-Houdin in Paris on September 1st, 1902 following the first screening of Georges Méliès Le Voyage dans la Lune (A Trip to the Moon). Méliès, a French filmmaker and magician is regarded by many as a pivotal figures in the history of Sci-Fi and narrative film-making. The star chart features the films (and a few of our favourite TV shows) that are culturally significant to the genre and plays homage to the actors, directors, producers, graphic artists, authors and writers whose work has been pivotal to the enduring popularity of Science Fiction.  The 121 titles featured include those chosen for preservation in the US National Film Registry due to their cultural, historical, or aesthetic significance and a few personal favourites, including: early era silent films (A Trip to the Moon and Metropolis), B movies and big budget movies of the 50’s (Plan 9 from Outer Space, Forbidden Planet, The Day the Earth Stood Still), groundbreaking ‘new wave’ films from the 60’s and 70’s (2001: A Space Odyssey, Solaris, A Clockwork Orange), worldwide box office successes of the 70’s and 80’s (Star Wars, Alien and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial), contemporary blockbusters (Inception and Gravity) and cult TV series (Doctor Who and Star Trek) An A-Z key lists the films (and their actors) included on the chart along with the year of release.

The Leia Story by Amy Mebberson

The Leia Story by Amy Mebberson $50

200 piece silk screen edition signed by the artist measuring 7″ x 24.”

"When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth" By Matthew Rabalais

“When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth” By Matthew Rabalais $50

Inspired by Spielberg’s Jurassic Park Fine Art Giclee Print Limited Edition of 25 Approximately 36″ x 18″

DKNG "Phone Home" Print

DKNG “Phone Home” Print $25

"Galaxy Explorers " By James Hance $15

“Galaxy Explorers ” By James Hance $15

Mark Englert “this is important”

Mark Englert “this is important” $60: I like this print because of the glow in the dark layer which reveals the spaceship. Left shows what the print looks like in daylight, and right shows what it looks like in the dark.

TV Street Map

TV Street Map $40

A street map made up of the titles of over 700 TV programmes including British classics such as Coronation Street, Eastenders, Emmerdale, Fawlty Towers, Downton Abbey and Grange Hill and American dramas such as TwinPeaks, Homeland, Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire, The West Wing, Sex and the City and (urm) Baywatch. The Map, which is loosely based on the style of a 1960’s Washington street map (home to America’s first TV station) plays homage to TV gold with fictional districts dedicated to the Simpsons, South Park, Sesame Street, Kid’s TV and Sci Fi and features landmarks named after some of TV’s biggest stars such as Oprah Winfrey, Ricki Lake, Nick Park, Harry Hill, and Benny Hill (!!!). Strictly for square eyes only… There’s an A-Z key at the base of the Map listing all TV programme featured along with the country of origin and the date of first broadcast.

"They're All Your Hat" By Eric Michael Hancock

“They’re All Your Hat” By Eric Michael Hancock $20

Inspired by Nolan’s The Prestige Fine Art Giclee Print Limited Edition of 25 Approximately 10″ x 8″

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