We are stoked to be teaming up with 1xRun to release this awesome Jeff Lamm limited edition London Face Punch silkscreen! If you feel like you've seen this before, that's because it was originally featured as the cover of Clutter Magazine Issue 15. The silkscreen features 3 of Jeff Lamm's original monsters, Greasebat, M5 Bravo and Stee-Gar, wreaking havoc in London.
"This illustration was very fun for me to draw. I was excited to be asked to do it. I enjoy icons of mid-century modern architecture, in this case the London Postal Tower. Such a strange phallic symbol piercing the sky, covered in a weird array of antennae. I did the original in pencil first on marker paper, did a light box transfer for the inks and added colors digitally. Iâm pretty sure I did not make monster noises out loud whilst drawing it. All three monsters in the illustration are also toys I have in production. Greasebat (on the left) M5 Bravo (hugging the tower) and Stee-Gar (on all fours)." says Jeff
These 18x24 in, 5-color screenprints will go for just $50! Each print is signed and numbered by the artist, and is shipped with a Certificate of Authenticity. The London Face Punch graphic is available for limited time only at 1xRun, so make some moves and snag yours, before they're all gone!
Also, be sure to check out the Exclusive Jeff Lamm Interview now posted on 1xRun's Site.
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