portfolio number three: pre-order

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["Ignore Everybody": Larger version here.]

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["New York". Larger version here.]

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["We Need To Talk". Larger version here.]

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["Corinthians". Larger version here.]

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[“Port­fo­lio Num­ber One”, han­ging in a collector’s office in Germany.]

After the success of Portfolio Number One and Portfolio Number Two, we’ll be publishing Portfolio Number Three in about a month.

11″x14″, Rives-Arches French made paper, hand-printed, limited-edition serigraphs, hand-signed and numbered by me, i.e. the exact same format as before.

This portfolio will be smaller versions of prints we have already published on the gallery. People like the bigger prints (“Purple Cow”, for example, is 39″x28″), but small ones have their place, too (especially if you like hanging art in downstairs bathrooms etc.).

Also, with the Holiday Season coming up, these wee “Cube Grenades” will make a lovely gift for people. Because of their relatively small size, you don’t have to worry so much about where the person receiving it is going to find room to hang it etc.

You can buy the entire portfolio of four prints, framed, for $495 plus Shipping & Handling. Or you can buy them individually, framed, for $150 each, plus Shipping & Handling.

I’ll announce when the Portfolio is up on the gallery site and ready to go, or you can reserve yours now by clicking on one of the two PayPal Deposit buttons below (one for the portfolio of four, one for buying a print individually etc.), and we’ll put you first on the list. The other advantage of using the PayPal button instead of waiting for the offering to go live on the gallery website is, the earlier you place the deposit, the easier it is to reserve a certain number of an edition you may care to have.

The plan is to have these printed, signed and shipped out within the month, so plenty of time before Christmas and Hannuka.

I hope you like what you see, this going to be a great little series. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below. Thank You.

[TO PURCHASE PORTFOLIO #3 - $75.00 DEPOSIT]

[TO PURCHASE AN INDIVIDUAL "PORTFOLIO # 3" PRINT - $50.00 DEPOSIT: Once the prints are up on the gallery site, we'll e-mail you to confirm which one of the four you want specifically etc.]

[Backs­tory: About Hugh. E-mail Hugh. Work with Hugh. Twit­ter. Cartoon Archive. News­let­ter. Book. Inter­view One. Inter­view Two. EVIL PLANS. Limi­ted Edi­tion Prints. Essen­tial Rea­ding:Everything You Always Wan­ted To Know About ‘Cube Gre­na­des’ But Were Afraid To Ask.”]

Comments

  1. Nice work. Cannot afford right now but just wanted to say WOW!

  2. Don’t like #4, I probably won’t purchase this to lack of money anyways, but for me, #4 is a large jump from your normal artistic style and I don’t really like it, not sure if anyone else feels that way.

  3. @Ross, you kidding? We sold a bunchload of the large # 4 so far…

  4. Very cool. I like the set…they definitely show the diversity of your work.

  5. Hugh, I want prints of all of them. Mostly #1 and #4. And Ross I disagree. I want to put #4 on my desk at work. It goes perfectly with Robbert Sutton’s book. http://bit.ly/1IKTdP
    Cheers,
    @johnflurry

  6. I love them all – the Corinthians one may be my favorite. We Need to Talk is outrageously funny!

    Your talent amazes me. I can’t even draw flies.

  7. Thanks Hugh, a really nice collection. I hope ‘a story without love’ makes the next set. Is it possible to get them unframed like the previous sets?

  8. I want to say – thank you for this!

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    Thanks oodles, you have lifted my spirits immensely….

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