Nerdlocker Artist Update – Tracie Ching and Joshua Budich!


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Two of our favorite artists have several prints on the horizon or recently released. We wanted to make sure all the Nerds are in the know!

 

Tracie Ching:

Her remaining prints from the New York Comic Con (including Prometheus) are on sale now on her website.


Prometheus
16″ x 24″
6-Color Screenprint w/2 Fluorescent inks
Limited Editions of 75
Signed and Numbered

Blank Space Gallery held a show last week titled “Same As It Ever Was: Art Inspired by The Talking Heads. Here’s is Tracie’s Once In A Lifetime print for the show, which is available for purchase here.


Once In A Lifetime
12″ x 16″
3-Color Screenprint
Limited Editions of 50
Signed and Numbered

And finally, our friends over at Spoke Art are having their “Bad Dads III” show, which opens tomorrow in San Francisco. Here is Tracie’s bad dad!

Life Aquatic
18″ x 24″
6-Color Screenprint
Limited Editions of 75
Signed and Numbered

If you’d like to read more on Tracie, check out our artist interview we did a while back here. She has some great answers to extremely hard hitting questions!

 

Joshua Budich

Gallery 1988’s “The Old School Video Games Art Show: Level 2” opens tomorrow (October 26th) and Josh has two prints premeiring. The show is from 7 to 10 p.m., at their Venice location.

 


Samus
9″ x 24″
6-color Screenprint
French 100lb Starch-White Speckletone Paper
Limited Editions of 75
Signed and Numbered


Ryu
9″ x 24″
6-color Screenprint
French 100lb Starch-White Speckletone Paper
Limited Editions of 75
Signed and Numbered

 

And just in case you were worried he would be busy enough this weekend, he too will have a print at Spoke Art’s “Bad Dads III” show.

The Royal Tenenbaums
18″ x 24″
3-Color Screenprint
100lb French Madero Beach Speckletone Paper
Limited Edition of 100

Josh also made a kick ass variant that glows in the dark.

The Royal Tenenbaums – Variant
18″ x 24″
4-Color Screenprint (Glow in the Dark)
100lb French Madero Beach Speckletone Paper
Limited Edition of 30

 And of course if you’d like to learn more about Joshua, check out our artist interview with him here. I was truly honored to interview a like minded Star Wars nerd!

 

If your in San Francisco or L.A. this weekend, definitely top by Spoke Art or Gallery 1988 respectively to check out these pieces as well as tons of other fantastic artwork.


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JP

I'm a true child of the 80s from a small town near Cleveland, Ohio. My all time favorite topics are Star Wars, slasher films and Cleveland sports (despite the misery it causes). I narrowly avoided law school, instead choosing film school. I have been accused of being a walking IMDB, but I take it as a compliment!