Clintprints is once again traveling abroad to exhibit across the globe. This time I will be traveling to three new countries…The Netherlands, Germany and Turkey! While in the Netherlands I will be spending some time with the awesome artist Mirjam Dijkema, visiting Vera Studios in Groningen and taking a trip across the German countryside with artist Joris Diks. In Hamburg the American Poster Institute will be hosting the 10th European flatstock at the Reeperbahn festival and I will have a booth featuring the work of myself, Clint Wilson. If you happen to be around during Reeperbahn please stop by my booth and say hello. Check out this amazing poster created to advertise Flatstock Hamburg this year:
After visiting Germany I will tour Turkey for a good week.
I intend to document my travels and adventures with video logs that I will upload to clintprints.com. If you would like to follow my travels please frequently visit my “Adventures” page. Also friend me or like Clintprints on FB to see my travel logs. Bon Voyage!
I was asked to be a part of an exhibition in Denver, Colorado this month and design a film poster for my pick of an Asylum film. After much thought it was decided to work up something for the film called Dragon Crusaders. Luckily this was on my Netflix queue, so I gave it a whirl. The camp is amazingly hilarious. I was sold. Without further ado I’d like to introduce my poster:
Many of the Asylum peeps will be in attendance and they will be screening some of their films at the show. Here is a little more info about the festivities:
Group Exhibition of Limited Edition Movie Posters for the Films of The Asylum Studios
Opening Reception – Friday, April 19th 2013, 5:00-9:00PM
Show Runs Friday, April 19th 2013– Saturday April 27th2013, Closing Reception Sunday April 28th at the Bug Theater
DENVER- Snakes on a Train / Films of The Asylum Limited Edition Poster Show
Titanic II? The 18 Year Old Virgin? Transmorphers? Abraham Lincoln Vs. The Zombies? These are the films of the Asylum, and for the first time they will receive custom, limited edition posters done by the country’s best screen printers.
Octopoda Art Blog and The Studio12 Art Gallery have teamed up to bring the world the limited edition posters that the movies of The Asylum have so long deserved. For the show an unbelievable collection of the most sought after and highly regarded screen printers from across the country were gathered, asked to each chose a classic Asylum title and design a limited edition collectible poster. The opening reception will include a number of the artists on hand as well as a full range of The Asylum movies available for purchase as well live music from Nashville / Denver based Hip Hop artist DJ King Pinnacle (along with special guests), David Latt (co-founder of the Asylum / director / producer) will be on hand and beer will be provided Oskar Blues Brewery.
There will also be a closing reception Sunday April 28th at 7:00PM at the Bug Theater (3654 Navajo Street, Denver CO) that will feature a screening of Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. Admission to the closing reception is free for anyone who has purchased a poster (or purchases a poster at the event) or a $3.00 per person admission ($5.00 for two people).
Description: Since 1997 The Asylum has been producing some of the world’s most notably amazing low budget films, proving that limited resources bring out the best in creative spirit. Winning countless fans inspired by their ingenuity and rock and roll approach to film making they have become the gold standard in off beat films. JOIN US IN A CELEBRATION OF INNOVATION, HILARIOUS TITLES AND CAMPY FUN!
Sponsored by Oscar Blues Brewing, Stand Up Branding, The Bug Theater, Octopoda Blog / Online Art Gallery
Participating Artists and their chosen film in Alphabetical Order:
Altieri Art: Death Racers
Myah Bailey: Titanic II
Michael S. Boyer: Six Guns
Geoff Brandenburg: The Day the Earth Stopped
Tim Doyle: Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus
Craig Horky: Lincoln
Ryan Mowry: Rise of the Zombies
Jillian Nickell: Moby Dick
Neil M. Perry: Two Headed Shark
Timothy Pittides: I Am Omega
Hatrobot: Bigfoot, Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes
Vanessa Schneider: The 18 Year Old Virgin
Zissou Tasseff-Elenkoff: Snow White
Clint Wilson: Dragon Crusaders
Heidi Elise Wirz: 1,000,000 BC
About Studio 12 Gallery:
Studio 12 Art Gallery combines the energy and atmosphere of a working artist’s studio and art gallery. We are centrally located in Downtown Denver, Colorado in the Bolt Factory redevelopment at Second and Kalamath Street within Denver’s Arts District. The art gallery shows an eclectic mix of original art, contemporary craft and design as well as offering museum quality, archival custom picture framing. Please check the events section of our website for the current and scheduled shows as well as workshops and special events.Studio 12 Gallery is open M-F 10am-6pm and Sat. 11-4pm. For more information call 303-629-8744.
April is here and with April comes a new animal from the official Clintprints Bestiary. I am honored to introduce Kili! She is an Okarito Kiwi. She lives in the Okarito forest on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island.It’s tough to dance when you have such an awkward stance but one day Kili will achieve the dream of becoming a great dancer.
Kili will be available at NAKATOMI by following this link:
and is also available at Parts and Labour in Austin, TX!
February is here and with the new month comes a new animal to be revealed from the Clintprints Bestiary. I’d like you all to meet my good Friend Natalie:
Natalie is a Chambered Nautilus. She tends to live a lonely life in the depths of the Indonesian oceans near Bali. Sometimes it can be tough to find friends in the deep oceans and even more difficult to find others that are like you when you are a creature as strange as a nautilus. Turns out that Natalie is also looking for a good home and would love to be framed on your wall. She is house trained and doesn’t require water changes (because she’s made of paper).
She can be purchased at Nakatomi in a package containing a 12×12 print, a 5×5 print AND a sticker all for just $20. She is available for purchase now by clicking the following link:
She is also available at Parts and Labour in Austin.
The year is almost over and 2013 is just around the corner. It is the year of the snake and as always I will be releasing a calendar themed around the chinese zodiac.
Here’s what Nakatomi has to say about it:
“2013 is indeed the Year of the Snake according to the Chinese Zodiac, and for those of us who survive the impending 2012 apocalypse, this would make a very nice item for your home, bomb-shelter, or escaping spacecraft!”
The print measures 16×20 and is signed and numbered by Clint Wilson in an edition of 50! Hand printed on 100lb Cougar Natural paper.
For all of my Austinite peeps. If you’ve ever done the East Austin Studio Tour (E.A.S.T) then you know how rad it is. Basically every art studio on the East side of Austin opens their doors for visitors and shoppers and offers food, beer and a few handshakes. This year Jacob Borshard, a good friend of mine and fellow Nakatomi artist, has allowed me to house sit for him on the Saturday of EAST and I’ll be sharing space on the walls. If you are in Austin and want to hang out then please come by and say hello. We will have beer and awesome art. I will be at stop number 88. Here is a map for all of the stops: