Vice Press are honoured to have worked with artist Jonathan Burton, under licence from Studiocanal, on Ealing Studio’s classic 1955 movie The Ladykillers.
This limited edition screen print release comes in two editions, a portrait regular edition and a landscape variant.
Starring Alec Guinness, Peter Sellers and Frankie Howerd, among many others, Jonathan Burton’s classic style captures the wit and charm of The Ladykillers beautifully as the gang attempt to pull of their heist on a security van at Kings Cross Station gaining access through the house of the sweet and eccentric Mrs Wilberforce.
The Ladykillers by Jonathan Burton will be available to purchase from Vice-Press.com on Wednesday the 2nd of August at 6pm BST.
The Regular Portrait Edition is a 18 x 24 inch, 4 colour screen print and comes hand numbered in an edition of 120, printed on 100# French Cement Green paper by DL Screenprinting. Priced £30
The Variant Landscape Edition is a 24 x 18 inch, 4 colour screen print and comes hand numbered in an edition of 50, printed on 100# French Index Off-White paper by DL Screenprinting. Priced £40
This Thursday we head back to the Village with a brand new art print and limited edition pins for The Prisoner.
This is artist Dan Orgill's first print for Vice Press and features Patrick McGoohan's Number Six making a dash down a backlit corridor acting as an allegory for both his resignation in the title credits and his never ending bid to escape the village.
Florey is well versed in designing truly amazing pins, and his set for The Prisoner is no different, featuring four different designs celebrating key symbols and themes from the show.
These releases go on sale at 5pm GMT on Thursday the 30th of January, exclusively at Vice Press.
In January 2019 we released into the wild Florey's first Jurassic Park print, "Clever Girl". This year he is following it up with the next in the series featuring the iconic T-Rex.
Like the mosquito encased in amber, Florey has hidden another nod to the origins of the dinosaurs re-introduction to the world within the image.
"T-Rex doesn't want to be fed, he wants to hunt" goes on sale at both Vice Press and Bottleneck Gallery on Friday the 24th of January at 5pm GMT/ 12pm EST.
It's not an understatement to say that Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's Cornetto Trilogy is one of our best loved movie series here at Vice Press. Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End each perfectly pay homage to different genre's while keeping a consistent tonal thread throughout. This is something that Doaly has captured with his new series of prints we will be releasing on January 17th.
The open edition regular prints will be available both singularly and as a set exclusively to Vice Press, while the limited edition variant will be available as a set from Vice Press and Bottleneck Gallery.
We will also be including a set of stickers with each order, while stocks last.
You can pick these prints up from 5pm GMT on Friday January 17th.