A couple new Chicago screen prints going up in the new Chicago Diner opening up in Logan Square. Looking forward to some good meatless food. 

Neo Tokyo, New York & Detroit travel posters will go on sale tomorrow (10/2) at a random time on the official 2046 Shop.  I have around 30 prints of each poster. All are signed and numbered. I will announce once they are available on the face and twitter

Just picked these up from the printer. I will be putting them up for sale soon.
So I was perusing the National Film Registry the other day and saw their logo:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:FilmRegistryLogo.jpg. I thought it could use a redesign.
Here it is, the brand new 2046 Design website. This new update allows for easier separations in between client and personal work. It is also a lot easier to update with news. Hope you all enjoy! 

Here it is, the brand new 2046 Design website. This new update allows for easier separations in between client and personal work. It is also a lot easier to update with news. Hope you all enjoy! 

Just for fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun.
Another “just for fun” poster made for Pixar’s new film, Brave. Not official or for sale. 

Here they are! Finally! I received so many requests for more of these posters that I made a couple variants. Each poster will go up for sale tomorrow (6/19) at a random time on the 2046 Shop. Both screen prints measure 17.5” x 25” and will be signed and numbered. There will be 60 prints of each available. 

Another “just for fun” treatment for new Ridley Scott flick.
A quick little sumptin’ I put together just for fun. Saw some pictures from an issue of Entertainment Weekly and thought they needed to be used to create a vintage space novel/movie poster.

Here they are! Finally finished and going up for sale this Wednesday (4/25) on the official 2046 Shop. Once again Fuggscreen studios here in Chicago has done a wonderful job screen printing these. I will announce once they are available on the face and twitter

A series of travel posters that advertise different movie locales. Including Die Hard’s Los Angeles, Road to Perdition’s Chicago and the Ghostbusters New York.

On sale info to come.

So now seemed as good a time as any to call an end to the I.D. series I’ve been working on for the past 12 weeks or so. Thanks to everyone for following along and sending in suggestions. Here is a final pic with all 12 of the I.D.’s. If people are interested in prints let me know. If I get enough requests I’ll have some screen prints made. 
If the Monsters of Monsters Inc. were around in the 50’s their I.D. may look something like this.
This weeks I.D. brought to you by David Hasselhoff.