HOT FUZZ + THE MANDALORIAN by Matt Ferguson & Mark Chilcott / THERE ARE MANY WAYS OF SEEINGS THINGS by Joey Feldman - ON SALE INFO!

February 24, 2020

This Tuesday, Matt Ferguson handles precious cargo and licks the next entry of the Cornetto Trilogy, and Mark Chilcott captures The Child. Joey Feldman rounds out this bout of releases with his latest print!

Matt’s print for The Mandalorian shows off our reluctant hero, Din Djarin, strutting alongside his most dangerous bounty to date, The Child. Matt’s piece focuses on the relationship between Din and his new ward, and there are some fun background bits present.

Matt’s next print in the Cornetto Trilogy for Hot Fuzz spotlights our two favorite bad boys as they fight their way through a corrupted small town. Our next door neighbors, the fine folk at Vice Press, are our criminally talented partners on this one, and they’ll have an exclusive variant available!

Mark’s created a faraway, sun-soaked landscape where Din and his newest bounty, The Child, press forward for safety. As always, Mark’s landscapes are unrivaled and bring out the uniqueness of the worlds features in The Mandalorian.

In addition, Joey’s newest print features an abstract mosh pit of faces, all vying for space and attention in Joey’s head, and on the print.

Matt, Mark, and Joey's prints will be available on Tuesday (2/25) @ 12PM ET on our homepage, Bottleneckgallery.com!

The Way (The Mandalorian) by Matt Ferguson
Screen print
18 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 225
$45
The artwork is released in conjunction with Acme Archives, the official Star Wars licensee

Hot Fuzz by Matt Ferguson
Screen print
24 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 195
$50
Co-released with Vice Press

Companion (The Mandalorian) by Mark Chilcott
Fine art giclée
16 x 20 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 100
$45
The artwork is released in conjunction with Acme Archives, the official Star Wars licensee

There Are Many Ways of Seeing Things by Joey Feldman
Fine art giclee on 340gsm heavyweight stock
20 x 24 inches
Signed and hand-numbered edition of 24
$250