"Bad Luck House" & "Big Dreams" are both editions of 50 prints by Esther Watson. The image area of "Bad Luck House" measures roughly 8" wide by 8" tall. The image area of "Big Dreams" measures roughly 6.5" wide by 8" tall. They both include a border for framing. The archival prints were created by Tiny Showcase and ship with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton.
Available as a set or individually below.
"Bad Luck House"
31 available for purchase.
14 available for purchase.
Esther has chosen The Rape Foundation's Stuart House as her artwork's charity. Stuart House is an internationally recognized model program created by The Rape Foundation and others to serve the special needs of sexually abused children and their families. $250 dollars from the sale of Esther's artwork will be donated to the organization.
death vessel ~ island intervals February 28, 2014
Look alive! It's time for us to all buy our new Death Vessel album Island Intervals. We waited so long. To accompany this joyous moment let us look upon this video - directed by Peter Glantz - who you will remember from many prints on this very site.
Paintings of the American West
January 30, 2014
Perhaps you missed James Naughton's most recent edition, as it sold out within heartbeats? Do not dismay, simply bookmark this site and remain up to date with James' current project: creating a body of work based on a trip in Wyoming during which he followed the footsteps of the celebrated landscape painter Thomas Moran. Moran was born in James' home town of Bolton in the UK, where the Bolton public gallery will be exhibiting the resulting paintings in March 2014.
Guys! Lois opened an Etsy shop and it's called Paper Shock, and now you will never be without an option for clever and expertly printed letterpress / screen print / foil press accessories. Order one of her letterpress calendars in the next few days and get 15% on your next 2014 order.
Lords & Ladies
September 6, 2013
It's day we've all been dreaming of: the endlessly dynamic brother and sister team of Jason and Jen Corace have created a game inspired by period dramas like Downton Abbey. In Lords & Ladies you build an aristocratic family's status through marriage, hiring servants, having children while taking down rivals with gossip and betrayal.
Normally averse to Kickstarter shout-outs, the Powers that Showcase fully support the accrual of funds required to print the first pressing of this doubtlessly excellent game.
Click here to support / get yours (we already got like six).
up all nite / tender depths / cabin July 31, 2013
After absorbing this week's double-edition by Sir Ian Dingman, take a moment to look over his portfolio site (where most paintings are for sale and for mostly for under $200).
Check out photos of the exhibition by following this link. If you're stopping by Scranton to see this glory in person, be certain to look in on the concurrent show about: bats.
Jesse LeDoux & Minus the Bear
February 6, 2013
Check out the new Minus the Bear video made by dear friend + Showcaser Jesse LeDoux:
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