We are really excited to finally be able to announce the release of the first in our ongoing series of limited edition Wallace & Gromit screen-prints, produced under license from Aardman Animations; A Grand Day Out by Florey.
Limited to an edition of 100, A Grand Day Out by Florey measures 50x70cm and is a seven colour screen print, printed on 270gsm Mohawk Superfine paper and will be available from Tuesday July the 10th exclusively at www.Vice-Press.com.
Throughout the series, all four of Wallace & Gromit’s adventures, A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave andA Matter of Loaf and Death, will be faithfully featured in limited edition, collectible pieces of artwork created by a hand-picked collection of renowned artists, designers and illustrators. The posters will be available in very limited editions directly from the Vice Press website.
Collectors can sign up to our dedicated Wallace and Gromit newsletter at https://vice-press.com/pages/wallace-and-gromit-newsletter to keep up to date with all the information on further releases in the series.
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Here comes the Fuzz! This Tuesday we will be releasing a brand new Hot Fuzz screen print by Matt Ferguson featuring Sandford's very own Bad Boys.
The second release in Matt's Cornetto Trilogy, we have been waiting for what seems like an age to release this print!
This time we will have a limited edition variant that we will be opening up to all of those that came to our Shaun of the Dead screening in November, with remaining prints going up for general sale with the regular edition.
Hot Fuzz by Matt Ferguson will be available from 5pm GMT/ 12pm EST on the 25th of February at both Vice Press and Bottleneck Gallery
This week we will be heading Back to The Future for a brand new set of prints with Bottleneck Gallery and Andy Fairhurst!
This latest release in Andy’s Perspectives series sees Doc’s iconic DeLorean taking front and centre with each print focusing on Doc and Marty's travels through time throughout all three movies.
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.