In Space, No One Can Hear You Meowl

After the Star Wars trilogy by Matt Ferguson last week, the Bottleneck Gallery and Acme Archive team up again to release a brand new series of prints, this time inspired by the cult Alien by Ridley Scott. This time, the famous designer Godmachine accepted the challenge, inspired by his dark and gothic visual universe. The result is 3 astonishing prints, brown, pink and red, that show the famous xenomorph atop a pile of bodies. Only Jonesy, Ripley’s cat, seems alive… The 3 prints will be available this Thursday the 3rd on the Bottleneck Gallery‘s website.

“Jonesy” by Godmachine

Size 18 x 24 inches

Numbered edition of 125 for $40

Pink and Red variants : run of 50 for $50

Godmachine - Alien for Bottleneck Gallery and Acme Archives Jonesy Pink

Godmachine - Alien for Bottleneck Gallery and Acme Archives Jonesy Red

Godmachine - Alien for Bottleneck Gallery and Acme Archives Jonesy Regular

 

About The Author

Thomas Olivri est le créateur de Geek-Art.net, et l'auteur de Geek-Art une Anthologie, chez Huginn & Muninn. Il est également curateur à la French Paper Gallery de Paris, et vient de signer son premier ouvrage d'auteur, Papa Geek à la Rescousse, toujours chez Huginn & Muninn. Thomas Olivri is the funder of Geek-Art.net. He also is the author of the Geek-Art Anthology Books, published by Huginn & Muninn in France and Chronicle Books in the USA. Curator at the French Paper Gallery, he also is the author of Papa Geek to the Rescue, from Huginn & Muninn.

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