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Kickstarter Alert: Tim Doyle’s “Unreal Estate” Art Book

Back in early 2012, artist Tim Doyle introduced his very first solo art show at SpokeArt Gallery in San Francisco called UnReal Estate. Through his particular illustration style, Doyle presented images of various fictional locales from television shows, often drawn in a darker or more despondent tone than normally viewed through the television. The first show […]Read More

Russ Moore’s Latest – Drifting Into Darkness!

Not too long ago we did an interview with an extremely talented artist Russ Moore (read the interview here). And he is back with his next entry in his line of Sold-Out Video Game inspired prints, Drifting Into Darkness. This 7-color 18×24 hand-printed silkscreen poster features a split fountain, and is signed and numbered by […]Read More

Bernie Wrightson’s Newest Frankenstein Release!

“FIRST DAY” Artist: Bernie Wrightson Medium: Silkscreen Print Edition Size: 150 Print Size: 24″ x 36″ Signed and Numbered Nakatomi Inc’s next Bernie Wrightson Frankenstein print drops THIS WEDNESDAY 8/21/2013 at 2pm Central time. This beautiful hand-printed serigraph measures 24×36, and is signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of only 150 copies […]Read More

Bernie Wrightson’s Frankenstein Series – ‘Features As Beautiful’ onsale Wednesday

“Features As Beautiful” Artist: Bernie Wrightson Medium: Silkscreen Print Edition Size: 150 Print Size: 20×30 Signed and Numbered Hey this Wednesday at around 2pm Central Time, Nakatomi Inc.  is releasing the next print in Bernie’s amazing Frankenstein series! Signed by Bernie in a hand-numbered edition of 150 worldwide. 100 of these prints are already spoken for […]Read More

Nerdlocker Artist Interview: Tim Doyle!

We recently caught up with Tim Doyle, owner/operator/mastermind of Nakatomi Inc. He is definitely one of our favorites, both for his great artwork, but also for his honest answers to our hard hitting questions. So let’s find out what Mr. Doyle has been up to! Nerdlocker (NL):  Congratulations on starting Nakatomi Print Labs. Now anyone […]Read More