In April, Tomer Hanuka graced the cover of the New Yorker with his spot on depiction of the L-Train in New York. A train Bottleneck fans know very well.
He had this to say about the cover to the New Yorker: "Bohemian beards may save time because you don’t have to shave, but a big beard demands commitment,” Tomer Hanuka, the artist behind this week’s cover, says. “But I think superbeards can add gravitas to any face.” Regarding his own grooming habits, Hanuka says that he is afflicted with a “Homer Simpson chin,” in spite of the fact that he shaves his chin (and skull) regularly."
On Thursday, we will be releasing the art print version, Take The L-Train, at our booth.The 17 x 22 inch giclee print is signed and numbered out of an edition of 100 and will cost $80 each.
We are also honored to be working with his brother, Asaf, who recently won an Eisner award for The Realist.
We will be releasing two prints by Asaf, Viral and Alternative Ending.
And the last piece to be previewed today...
David Welker's Whales will be a ~12.5 x 9.3 inch giclee print that is signed and numbered out of an edition of 200 and will cost $40 each.
We saw David's original at this years Mondo's House Party exhibit and fell in love with it then. Extremely excited to be releasing it as a print.
Tomer, Asaf and David's prints will be on sale on Thursday at Booth #2171.
More reveals tomorrow, stay tuned!
- The Bottleneck Team