ISO50 Studio Edition 11: Four Seven
16×24″ – Details / Purchase
Just a quick note that several standard edition prints (thermal press, hand signed, stamped, 11×17″ @ $20 ea, $17 ea. when you buy 3 or more) have been reprinted. Quantities are very limited at 80 per design and many will not be printed again in this format. Check them all out at The ISO50 Shop.
It’s that time of the year again and we’ve got a bunch of wintery goodness to give away. There are going to be three main drawings and a couple runners-up. You can enter to win up to four times, see below for details.
Your choice of ISO50-designed snowboard or skis (view choices)
One 18″ ISO50 Studio Giclee print of your choice
One ISO50 thermal or shirt of choice
Tycho MP3 Collection
Awarded Jan. 17, 2011
Awarded Jan. 6, 2011
Awarded Dec. 13, 2010
There are several ways to win, each adds to your chances (i.e. doing all of them would get you a total of four entries):
Good luck and happy holidays!
This is ISO50 Studio Edition #009. It features an edit of the artwork I did for Casino Versus Japan’s self-titled reissue this year. Each edition is printed on 310gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paper using the Epson 9900 10-ink HDR system and is available in four signed formats, three of them being limited.
More info and images at The ISO50 Shop
I’ll be doing visuals for Casino Versus Japan when he plays with Deerhunter and Real Estate this Saturday here in San Francisco. We’ve done this once before, at LPR in NYC. Should be a great night, see you out there.
10.30 – Deerhunter, Casino Versus Japan (w/ ISO50), Real Estate
And to answer Healthcare’s question in the comments, for the visuals I’m running the following:
- Macbook Pro
- VDMX (modular live video software environment)
- OS X network MIDI protocol for tempo sync with Ableton Live
- Akai MPD18 (might start using Novation Launchpad though, if I can get it to work with VDMX)
Here’s an pretty outdated discussion of the visuals setup. A lot has changed, but the core app (VDMX) is pretty much the same.
Photo by Joshua Schnable
A new shirt design is now available at the shop. Five’s is printed on American Apparel Coffee Tri-blend and available in Men’s and Women’s sizes.
In case you missed the latest newsletter (sign up here), there are two new prints available at the shop. First is the Dusty Brown poster featuring artwork from their This City is Killing Me EP. It’s a limited edition giclee available in four formats. More info / purchase here.
There’s also a very limited run of prints from the Ghostly 10 year show at Seattle Decibel Fest. This edition is limited to 200 pieces, 11×17″, $15. More info / purchase here.