Posted by Miranda February 03, 2011

The guys at Bigshot Toyworks have just revealed some snaps of the promised paintings by Jeff Soto for the Seeker Collectors sets. I must say they look awesome, and the fans who pre-ordered the seeker sets will not be disappointed.



Each "Mini Seeker" painting is 5.5" x 5.5", and is spray paint and acrylic on Arches Aquarelle watercolor paper, unframed. These paintings are ONLY available as part of the Seeker Collector Sets, each of which includes:


- 8 Seeker Figures (Ghost, Toxic, Fire, Water, Earth, Aether, Groove, and Ice)

- Jeff's "Storm Clouds" book, published by Murphy Fine Art Books

- "The Seeker" offset lithograph print from Jonathan Levine Gallery (23.5" x 36")

- Unfolded Seeker Box, signed by Jeff

- Original 5" x 5" Mini Seeker painting


Limited to only 45 sets, these are available directly from Bigshot Toyworks for  $950 per set. With a retail value of over $1400, this set is the ultimate deal for fans and collectors of Jeff Soto's work.

Available here


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