"Blade Runner" by Tracie Ching
screen print sized 18" x 24"
edition of 100
signed and numbered by the artist
Priced at US$40 (unframed)
Regular and variant editions available via spoke-art.com: SOLD OUT!
VIDEO DESCRIPTION: "One of the Blade Runner Convention Reels featuring interviews with Ridley Scott, Syd Mead and Douglas Trumbull about making Blade Runner universe. This 16 mm featurette, made by M. K. Productions in 1982, is specifically designed to circulate through the country's various horror, fantasy and science fiction conventions."
"Many of you might remember Raid's sold out "Mead Street" print from our "Moments Lost: Music Inspired by Blade Runner" exhibition with Analog Sweden. Now with "Don't Walk", he takes us deeper into the universe. The 36 x 18 inch, 6 color screen print will be out of an edition of 100 and cost US$45. There will also be a special variant (edition of 20) that will be available for purchase in-store at a later date. If you happen to own "Mead Street", we will honor matching numbers. All you have to do is let us know when you're checking out what number it is." -The Bottleneck Team
"This is an assembly kit, which means that it needs to be put together by myself. Several of the metal parts also need to undergo some work. Bluing, polishing, etc. It's a relatively big project for a guy like me, but I can't wait to get it started." -DarthChrisDK.[ Originally posted Dec 2013 ]
Every other Sunday it is a struggle to leave the house to head to CSC ... Either no money to spend, or cannot stand the time duration of public transport (hah), and most recently the haze situation ... But if Friend say " meet up", it always is a better excuse haha ... Today I failed the struggle and lay in bed starring at my laptop, lazy skies outside the window... #henglife
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"AND there's a special component to this release... ONE lucky fan will receive a GOLDEN TICKET in their tube/box, and that fan gets to commission Craig Drake for an upcoming print. Every purchase (_) counts as another opportunity to win that Golden Ticket."
WHO-IS: "Born in Singapore but trained in Melbourne, Brandon Tay is a motion designer, director, art director and installation artist based in Singapore. He is currently affiliated with Melbourne music video collective KROZM, and Singapore motion design studio CAPT Associates. His work with KROZM has been featured in Desktop Magazine Australia (March 2008) and has been included in the Portable Film Festival 2008." [Description via Mographwiki]
PRESS: "See how 20 Singapore artists have been inspired by the movie Bladerunner. The seminal movie has inspired and influenced artists since its release in 1982 and continues to be a classic cult film crossing several genres. This show brings together artists from a range of disciplines including product design, interactive media, graphic design, photography and illustration. This group will be creating a cross between a pop-up shop and an exhibition where all sorts of work inspired by the movie will be up for sale at “The Substation” this coming November. Witness some of these inspirations in a series of 2-D to 3-D artworks all created for this specific showcase. Artwork that will be available include limited edition jewellery pieces and design objects from Singapore’s most exciting new wave of underground and emerging artists. Sound designers will create tracks specifically for the event, There will be customized trainers, Sunglasses, graphic prints and other pieces which are not so easily categorized … These pieces will be for sale in exclusive limited runs."WHAT: Do Androids dream of Electric Sheep? WHEN: Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 8:00pm to Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 8:00pm WHERE: The Substation, 45 Armenian Street, Singapore Source: Facebook Events