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Last October was the seminal showing of our “Bad Dads – an art show tribute to the films of Wes Anderson” in San Francisco. Casey Weldon’s portrait of Bill Murray as six different Wes Anderson characters was a smash hit at the show and subsequently went viral via popular websites such a Slash Film (here), Booooooom (here), and Buzzfeed (here) to name a couple.

In addition to the net, Weldon’s piece also made it to print as full page spreads in both Italian Vanity Fair as well as the most current issue of Hi-Fructose Magazine.

We are proud to announce that a surprise release of 100 signed and numbered prints will be made available today, Saturday, April 2nd at around noon PST via the Spoke Art online store.

Check out the print here –

More images after the jump….

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Dave Perillo was born in 1974, the same year Wham-O introduced the Slip N’ Slide…coincidence? In 1st grade, Dave revealed in his autobiography “Me Book”, that when he grew up he would like to be Ziggy. This ambition was deflated by 2nd grade when he realized that A) Ziggy is not real, B) Ziggy is completely bald, and C) Ziggy wears no pants. While the thought of going throughout life sans pants was somewhat appealing he decided to pursue his second choice, a career in art.

Dave draws inspiration for his work from many of the following sources: 1950’s Sci-Fi Movies, Charles Schultz, Jim Flora, Ray Harryhausen, Roy Lichtenstein, Jim Henson, Hanna Barbera, The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock & Character Advertising Icons. Dave currently resides in the burbs of Philly, works as an illustrator, believes that bowling is the sport of kings and a bag of Swedish Fish is a seafood dinner.

When we saw Dave Perillo portfolio of previous commissions, we knew he’d be perfect for our upcoming Quentin vs. Coen show. Check out his website here –

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“My name is John Vogl. I live in Denver, CO and work in a very small studio under the moniker, the Bungaloo. While much of my work focuses on limited edition concert posters that I design and screen print by hand..” – The Bungaloo

Bungaloo created an amazing Bill Murray print for our Bad Dads exhibit last October (check it out here), so needless to say we’re excited to see what he comes up with for Quentin vs. Coen.

More info on the artist here –