7 NEW Gigposters for Cybertronic Spree, Polyphia, GBV!
Hello Nakatomi Peoples!
Hope everyone survived the Halloween sugar rush! We’re back with a roundup of 7 recent gigposters Nakatomi produced for our music partners! NOW available to YOU in the Nakatomi Nation!
First up, Nakatomi regular Joshua Budich did this tremendous new metallic ink print for our favorite Robots in Rock- The Cybertronic Spree!
This poster features lead singer, Arcee– drawn as a Chuck Sperry homage! Print measures 18×24“, features metallic silver ink, and is hand-numbered in an AP edition. Nakatomi only has 10 copies available HERE.
(if you want more, you’ll have to get them from Josh or from the band currently on tour with Mac Sabbath!) Print is $50.
POLYPHIA DOUBLE VISION
Artist Tim Doyle was commissioned by the band Polyphia to produce two posters for their current tour- one for Denver and the other for the Toronto show!
I’ve been wanting to do a print of a Catholic reliquary for a while, and this particular illustration is based on the reliquary for the supposed skull of Mary Magdalene. I was originally contracted for just one print, and the band came to me with a short-notice turn around for a second poster- and I was able to further expand on the concept. While doing some research I found out the band hails from Plano, Tx- which is where I grew up as well. Weird.
Both prints’ regular editions feature metallic ink, and there’s a silver foil variant for both, available HERE.
Prints are 18×24″ and are signed and numbered by the artist.
FOUR new Guided By Voices prints!
Indie-rock legends, Guided By Voices wrap up their 2023 tour, and we’re bringing the ART!
Pictured above- Jersey City show by The Bubble Process, first time Nakatomi artist Benjamin Terdik for Ashville, and Sean Starwars’ eye-searing print for the Atlanta show!
Pictured below, Tim Doyle’s print for the Baltimore show.
Each print measures 18×24, is hand-numbered in a limited AP editions of 40, and are $40 ea.
All prints are in hand and ready for immediate shipment!
Thank you to all the artists, and to the bands we get the privilege of working with!
Onward and upward-