Jeremy Bastian sale: his very best artworks in a unique format!

Jeremy Bastian’s one-off Transmission Atelier ultra-high resolution archival prints.

We printed the giant pages for the November 20, 2010 exhibition, and the smaller framed prints were detail images to highlight the intricate linework of his “The Last Witch’s Head at the Wall of Man’s Demise” artwork in November 2011’s Grand Guignol exhibition.

Jeremy signed each high resolution print with his name and the date of the exhibition.  The artworks were captured using Transmission Atelier’s $15,000 scanner, and printed with the same expertise- and on the same paper- as the gorgeous edition prints that we produce with him.

Should these be a giant premium because they’re one-offs?  From an exhibition?  I don’t know.  We’re just looking to recoup printing and see these go to a good home instead of having them move from shelf to shelf here in the gallery, so they’re in line with the prices of the regular edition prints that we do with Jeremy, but with the exception that these were hung in exhibitions, and are wholly unique.

I want one of these for myself, but all are being posted; I’ll keep whichever the last one to remain is… to my eyes there’s not a single sleeper in the bunch- these were all selected by Jeremy and I as the best pages and artworks possible.  The Witch’s Head details include the framing, which is museum grade archival.

You can see in the previous post what an amazing event Jeremy’s first exhibition was, and no matter how big his career gets, these will always be from that very first show.  I think that in and of itself is really special, and these aren’t images that we’ll ever be making large format prints of so they’ll be something that no one else will ever have for a number of reasons.

Email me at THOMAS at CENTURY GUILD dot NET (no spaces, obviously!) if you want to take advantage of this unique opportunity.

Please note that there are little bits of handling wear.  They’ll frame just perfectly.

-Tom

CLICK ON IMAGES TO SEE THEM AT LARGE SIZES… CLICK A SECOND TIME AND THEY BLOW UP EVEN MORE.

Unique archival prints, various sizes. Signed and dated 10-22-10. Details, blown up 500% and archivally framed. #s 1-3, 5-6 are $300 each, #4 is $225.

Unique archival prints, various sizes. Signed and dated 10-22-11 by Jeremy Bastian. Details, blown up 500%. #s 1-3, 5-6 are $300 each archivally framed, #4 is $225 archivally framed.

$450, unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. Apollonia's room- Jeremy pointed out in this blow-up how there are a ton of clues hidden on this page about the rest of the storyline- at this size you can really search for them!

SOLD, unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. Apollonia’s room- Jeremy pointed out in this blow-up how there are a ton of clues hidden on this page about the rest of the storyline- at this size you can really search for them!

$400, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  CPG in kitchen with tentacles.

SOLD, unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. CPG in kitchen with tentacles.

$400, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  CPG walks the plank with pirates.

$400, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  CPG and Pepper Dice cross over into the Omerta Seas.

SOLD, unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. CPG and Pepper Dice cross over into the Omerta Seas.

$400, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  That Which Mends All... featuring POOK!

SOLD, unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. That Which Mends All… featuring POOK!

$500, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  My favorite: the Pirate Rogues Gallery.  There is SO much going on in here...

SOLD, unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. My favorite: the Pirate Rogues Gallery. There is SO much going on in here…

$450, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  Jeremy's favorite: the coin around the skeleton's neck actually has a pirate walking the plank... you can't see this in the comic book!

SOLD- unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. Jeremy’s favorite: the coin around the skeleton’s neck actually has a pirate walking the plank… you can’t see this in the comic book!

$450, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  Captain Holly puts CPG in the teapot cage!

SOLD, unique, 22 x 34 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. Captain Holly puts CPG in the teapot cage!

$450, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  Admiral Cursed Pirate Girl.  Jim at Transmission made this "aged" using a scan he made of a piece of paper from the 1700s.

SOLD, unique, 33 x 44 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. Admiral Cursed Pirate Girl. Jim at Transmission made this “aged” using a scan he made of a piece of paper from the 1700s.

$500, unique. Signed and dated 11-20-10.  Jeremy thinks this is his second best artwork, after the Sacking of the Royal City of Cub.  It's also a poster for my band, so I was happy to hear that!

SOLD, unique, 35 x 44 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. Jeremy thinks this is his second best artwork, after the Sacking of the Royal City of Cub. It’s also a poster for my band, so I was happy to hear that!

The centerpiece of the show. $675, unique, 35 x 44 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. The double-page spread storm scene that can't possibly be explained in words- there is SO much in here that you can't see in the comic!

The centerpiece of the show. SOLD, unique, 35 x 44 inches. Signed and dated 11-20-10. The double-page spread sea battle – storm scene that can’t possibly be explained in words- there is SO much in here that you can’t see in the comic!

REMEMBER- CLICK ON THE PHOTOS AND THEY WILL ENLARGE SO THAT YOU CAN SEE THEM CLEARLY!

CLICK A SECOND TIME AND THEY BLOW UP EVEN MORE!

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