Purchase Iron Man 3- Box Office Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print on 330gsm Fine Art Paper by Bask street artist modern pop art. "Last June, a friend called me saying that Robert Downey Jr. and the production team wanted to use one of my paintings, When It Rains It Pours, in the next Iron Man film. So I created it to their size specification of 5ft wide and 13ft tall and the piece was put into Iron Man Tony Starks' home in the film. Then they asked me if I’d be interested in doing more work for the Mandarin’s lair a few months later when they were shooting in Miami. I of course said yes, and ended up doing 13 more massive paintings and some set design for them along with the Iron Man mask you see here. They asked me to create a design for the wrap of the film last year. They made shirts and postcards for the set department with that image. So while this doesn't appear in the film it was definitely a big part of the project." - BASK
Purchase Iron Pueo Slot Machine Limited Edition 7-Color 290gsm Coventry Rag Paper on 130lb Cougar Fine Art Paper by Bask & Meggs street artist modern pop art. "I am honestly amazed at how masterful Tony at Serio Press is at printmaking. I know Meggs put a lot of work into getting this image ready for reproduction too. I must admit that due to my analog method of working, I had to leave this very complex process to the people that have the skills to pull it off. And holy shit did they ever. These prints are fucking incredible. The level of detail and accuracy is mind-blowing. I can't imagine a better way to commemorate the Iron Pueo mural we made." - Bask "I was stoked on the process of painting this mural and really proud of the end result so I feel privileged that the masters at Serio Press have done such a killer job on this screenprint! I love screen printing and this one of the most technically layered screenprints I've ever been involved with and can safely say looks even more awesome in the flesh than it does in photos. The texture of hand-printed layered inks on the rag paper, with these 7 colors really makes this piece pop with the same original intensity of our mural in Hawaii!" - Meggs
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