Studiohouse Designs Has Some All New Prints To Make Your Walls Happy, Happy, Happy….

Studiohouse Designs just released 3 fantastic new prints and each one has a great unique aspect to it.  This time out they are tackling 3 classics:  “A Nightmare on Elm Street”,”They Live” and “Clerks.”

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“Nightmare On Elm St.: 30 Years of Bad Dreams”    $35
18 x 24, hand pulled screen-print
6 colors, Glow In The Dark
100 lb French pop-tone paper
Hand signed & numbered /30

This past June we along with some close friends were asked to participate in a Nightmare on Elm St. 30th Anniversary themed show at The Alternative Gallery in Allentown, PA. Obviously we are huge horror fans so our answer was easy. This also marks our first venture into the world of glow in the dark ink. ~ SHD

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They Live: Rowdy Bubble Gum    $35
13 x 24, hand pulled screen-print
3 colors, Glow In the Dark
100 lb Nightshift Blue French Construction Paper
Hand signed & numbered /40

Just being able to present copies to the cast was incredible. We still can’t believe how much fun it was to see peoples reactions to this poster and the hidden propaganda found within.

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“Growing up as a HUGE John Carpenter nerd, They Live is easily one of my top 10 favorite genre films ever so I jumped at the chance to create some propaganda for this last Monster Mania where Roddy Piper, Keith David and the amazing Meg Foster were appearing.” – Kevin/ SHD

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Clerks 20th Anniversary: I Assure You, We’re STILL Open…20 Years Later
AP Edition    $25
9 x 12, hand pulled screen-print
2 colors
80lb French Smart White Paper
Hand signed & numbered /10

This past June we were vending at the Bizarre AC horror con in Atlantic City, NJ and had the pleasure of being stationed directly across the aisle from the cast of Clerks who were appearing in honor of the 20th Anniversary of their seminal film. After spending 3 long and fun days across from each other we began to have conversations, one thing led to another and we were creating a print for the cast to bring with them to appearances and signings. Needless to say as fans, we were stoked. These are the 10 AP copies we made, while the rest of the original edition went straight to the cast.

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“The phrase ‘I assure you we’re open’ fully encompasses the lack of empathy in the film. In honor of the 20th Anniversary of Clerks, I wanted to update that phrase so that it references the stereotypical ‘open’ sign still found in convenience store windows today.” – Cody/ SHD

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Clerks 20th Anniversary: I Assure You, We’re STILL Open…20 Years Later
Clerks 2 “Fire” Variant Edition   $20
9 x 12, hand pulled screen-print
BURNED BY HAND
2 colors
80lb French Smart White Paper
Hand signed & numbered /25

“Considering we were celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Clerks, once Cody came to me with the initial idea to re-create an actual open sign, the theme for a variant immediatly popped into my head. I really just wanted to reference the HILARIOUS sequel in which the Quick-Stop burned down within minutes of the films opening credits. To do that…I bought a handheld propane torch and burned/singed 25 copies. Each is unique, some burned worse than others, and each has character of its own.” – Kevin/ SHD

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CLICK HERE to head over to their store to pick up these prints and as we said, make your walls, happy, happy, happy.  Be sure to follow Studiohouse Design on TWITTER and INSTAGRAM.

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