So yeah, you read the title! you see the image! Unlike the larger, screen print versions, these mini prints are…well..smaller, and each one has a hand drawn knife scrawled right on it, decreasing the value significantly!
So I had some revised NNY head shots with me this recent San DIego Comicon. If ya recall, the original NNY Headshots were taken down from the $Z.99 store. The ones I took to San Diego were a little different from those older ones, a little more polished and detailed. You can see the changes are mostly in the shadows and the details on the cracks. Juts a bit more dimension, ya see? They won’t be up on the store permanently, however, only until these leftovers sell out.
So Comicon is coming up, we’re trying to make room for stuff and we’re sick of eating off or furniture made from screen prints and using screen prints as toilets, so to make some room $Z.99 is having a screen print sale! Save big on some seriously fine things like the INVADERCON 3012 print and the Creepachu print sets by Jhonen Vasquez and Jenny Goldberg.
We don’t want to use these as toilets, but they’re pretty much sitting on TOP of the toilet, and it’d be great if we could just clear them away a bit. Thanks!
Just like the headline says, guys, there’s some screen prints, they’re for sale, you can buy them, but you’re still gonna die someday. OH WAIT, MAYBE YOU WON’T IF YOU BUY THESE PRINTS! (You will definitely die despite the sales pitch)
The original designs for these were for a ZIM convention that took place last year, but these have been slightly altered so that they’re from the future, just about a thousand years in the future to be exact.
The future rules, ladies and gentleman.
They’re a bit smaller than the original prints, there’s a bit more color, they’re from the future. Also, the chipboard stock they’re screen printed on is so horribly thick that they barely bend and is so heavy, if swung at just the right angle, could probably chop a person’s head off.
If you succeed in chopping a head off with one of these prints, please send photos.
Prints are signed with a general sense of ambivalence.