Monday, April 27, 2009



I submitted four photos for the recent Super7 It Came From Skullbrain “Imagery of Japanese Toys” show in San Francisco. One of them is shown above, and the rest are below. I have included some information about each photo and the price that will be charged by Super7 if you would like to buy one.

If you would like to purchase any of them, PLEASE CONTACT SUPER7 DIRECTLY. You can find them here at Super7's webstore under my name, Geozilla. Note: In all cases, the listed prices are less than what I paid to have each of the respective photos matted and framed. Some of them were more expensive because of the size and quality of the frame. Also, Super7 is doing maintenance on their website this week, so it will be down now and then. If you don't get through, please try again later.

All of my photos were printed by me on professional archival quality photo paper (luster finish) using and Epson R2880 printer and Epson Ultrachrome K3 ink (this ink has a lightfastness rating of over 100 years). Also, all were framed using anti-reflective “Museum Glass” that is really very effective at reducing glare (it is much less visible compared to the regular glass used for framing) and provides 99% UV protection.

If you have any questions you can leave a comment here.

Enjoy!

“Garamon” (Shown above)
Subject: Marmit Garamon
Image Size: 6.25 x 7.5
Custom dry mounted and matted
Black metal frame (12 x 16)
Anti-reflective “Museum Glass”
$50.00

“Gaira Is Cross"
Subject: M1 Go Gaira
Image Size: 5.25 x 7.5
Custom dry mounted and matted
Black metal frame (12 x 16)
Anti-reflective “Museum Glass”
$50.00




“Zag Head"
Subject: Gargamel Zagoran
Image Size: 4.5 x 5.0
Custom dry mounted and matted
Custom wood frame. Black with silver highlights (10.5 x 12.5)
Anti-reflective “Museum Glass”
$125.00



“Dr. Serizawa and the Oxygen Destroyer”
Subject: ToyGraph Dr. Serizawa (came with 1954 Godzilla)
Image Size: 5.25 x 7.5
Custom dry mounted and matted
Custom wood frame. “Hammered” pewter finish (11.25 x 15.0)
Anti-reflective “Museum Glass”
$175.00



You can also find some pics that were taken by people attending the show that show my photographs framed and hanging at Super7 here (scroll down to the bottom of the post).


I am also considering selling unframed photos of some of my kaiju figures (including some in a larger format) but have not yet got all of the details figured out yet. In the meantime, please let me know if you have any interest.

1 comment:

jeffelopolis said...

cool creations