Artist David Moscati Is Releasing “The Road Warrior” Prints Sometime This Week

If you have been a fan of BLURPPY you know that we dig the work of artist, David Moscati.  (Read our interview with him HERE.)  This weekend we got a message from him that he has a new project about to drop and it’s for the 1981 post apocalyptic, Australian wasteland hit, The Road Warrior, staring Mel Gibson.  The series is a total of four prints based off major characters from the film. (The Warrior, The Captain, The Henchmen and The Humungus)

Screen Shot 2013-02-24 at 10.34.11 PM Each one is a mini-print that measures 4.5 X 10.5 inches and are a 1 color screen print.  They are limited to only 50 each and they all come signed and numbered.  A limited few will be available as a set and even fewer will be available individually.

Screen Shot 2013-02-24 at 10.34.22 PMDavid plans to announce and sell them from his store at a random time this week.  (Those words, “at a random time” haunt me every time I read them.)  If you want a leg up, simply follow David on FACEBOOK where he will announce the onsale prior to the drop.  While you are at it, follow him on TWITTER as well.

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