Robert Ryan has put together a pretty sweet series of screen prints that I’m sure some of you folks might be interested in. This is taken from his Tumblr:
Robert Ryan Summer Solstice print suite. PRE-ORDER
Set of 28 individual 7-1/4″ x 7-1/4″ screen prints (3 and 4 color water based ink on French “whitewash” cover-stock paper). Prints are separated in groups of 7 and enclosed in 4 heavy stock engraved envelopes with tab and slot closures. A 5th envelope is included with an engraved compact disc featuring a 3 track audio recording by the artist.
Envelopes are housed in 8-1/2″ x 8-1/4″ pine / balsa wood boxes with engraved cover, inside lid and floor panel. An off white satin Grosgrain pull ribbon is attached for easy removal of contents.
Each box is signed and hand numbered by the artist on floor panel.
Carefully packed with interlocking crinkled paper padding and shipped in a corrugated tab lock mailer sealed with a hand made craft paper sticker.
This is a limited edition of 100 and will not be remade.
Sorry, we can not meet any requests for specific numbers from the edition.
There are no returns, refunds or exchanges on this item.
This item will begin shipping in July.
The opening of this edition marks the June 20th 2012 Summer Solstice. The longest day of the calendar year. Our most sincere thank you for supporting us in our endeavors.
All packages are carefully packed to ensure safe delivery however we can not be held responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen packages. Customers must enter a valid and reliable shipping address. We highly suggest shipping this package to a destination where it will not be left outside. We also suggest selecting PRIORITY MAIL for fastest and most reliable shipping. Please allow additional shipping time for destinations outside the United States.
and here’s some of the prints:
Pretty sweet. One of my many obsessions also happens to be screen prints, so anytime I see a tattooer put out some cool prints I’m always excited. This prints look great, and the detail even with the packaging sounds pretty cool. Check em out and enjoy.