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Welcome to Pressure Printing's Secret Stash. Here we will be offering original paintings and sold out editions for sale. Much of the art offered here is by artists we work with, and the entire collection is representative of over a decade of collecting from the Low Brow, Pop-Surreal and Comic art movements.

The work will be displayed in small groups and will rotate on a regular basis ensuring that there is always a fresh collection available.

Please email us to inquire about any pieces you are interested in and note that if you see something you like, there may well be more pieces by the artist available, or more prints in a series.

All pieces will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.

We hope you enjoy this Secret Stash.

Spring has sprung and so has this season’s Secret Stash! The days are getting longer and temps are rising; we’re re-posting some of our favorite originals from previous sales and introducing a couple of new, extremely rare Mark Rydεn editions into the mix.

Thanks for looking!

3.19.2013 |

Mark Rydεn : Tree of Mystery Limited Edition Print

Giclée on paper (21.25” x 28.25” print) 2008

This giclée was printed in a limited edition of 40 and comes in a hand-carved, wooden frame under museum quality archival plexiglass. It includes a leterpressed title, embossed bee chop, and has been signed and numbered by the artist.

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3.19.2013 |

Mark Rydεn : Princess Sputnik (Special Edition)

Giclée print on canvas (26” x 18” image) 2004

This canvas giclée was printed in a very limited edition of 25 and sold only in a hand-carved, gilded teak frame. One of Mark Rydεn’s most lavish (and rare) editions.

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Mark Rydεn : Wood Lincoln

14-color seriagraph on walnut-verneered panel (33” x 27.5” x 1” frame) 2012

This gorgeous piece was printed in an edition of 20 and released quietly to a select group of collectors. Mark Rydεn painted the image expressly for the the edition & it comes in a specially-designed, hand-carved wooden frame.

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3.19.2013 |
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Cathie Bleck : Birth

Inks & handmade pigments in kaolin clay — 20.25” x 17.25” x 6.625” frame — 14” x 11” image

A beautiful piece of swirling forms, blackest blacks and a whole world of miniscule detail.

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11.13.2012 |

Camille Rose Garcia : Faulty Potions

Mixed media on paper in vintage frame (7.5” x 11.125” image, 14.75” x 20.5” frame)

An amazing work on paper from Camille’s “Snow White and the Black Lagoon” show, encased in a hand-carved wooden frame.

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11.13.2012 |
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Shepard Fairey : Two Sides of Capitalism (Good Captialism / Bad Capitalism)

Limited edition screenprints on handmade collaged paper — #16/19 HPM — 29.5 x 48.5” each

This politicially-charged pair of huge screenprints — like two sides of a banknote — are a prime slice of Mr. Fairey’s famous (infamous?) body of work.

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11.13.2012 |

Ryan Heshka : R.I.P. S.O.S.

Acrylic on wood panel (10” x 20”)  2008  

Last to be offered this week is another amazing Heshka painting. Ryan’s wild graphic style, full of science, horror tales, and heroes, is a sight to behold. You will love this painting forever! 

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6.17.2011 |

Eric FortuneLuna

Acrylic on watercolor paper (25.875” x 16.375”) 2010

Here is a rare opportunity to own a fine painting by Eric Fortune. Eric’s work is refined and sensual, and his patient, meticulous process results in only a small number of paintings each year. 

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5.10.2011 |

Joe Sorren : March of the Ballantine

Bronze sculpture (23” x 17” x 12”) 2006

Arguably Joe’s finest sculpted piece of art, March of the Ballantine is a painstakingly detailed sculpture with rich and subtle patinas. This piece is mounted on a swiveling walnut base which makes it easy to see, pose, and view from any perspective. From a small edition of 24, it’s another exceptional opportunity to own a masterwork in the Pop-Surreal movement.

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