Maybe you can’t afford to spend a week’s wages on an original. Don’t despair. There are plenty of affordable ways to get some art. Peruse the artifacts below. If there’s a product you’d like to see, email me.
Molly Crabapple’s Silkscreen of the Month 1 Year subscription
Molly Crabapple will be releasing one limited edition silkscreen per month for the year of 2012. You can purchase the full set in a hand made portfolio case, pay only month to month or buy individual prints as they are released. Learn more at https://mollycrabapple.com/silkscreen.
Sixty Six Project: Portraits of Sixty Six Friends Who Awe Me
All sixty six portraits of a few of my favorite people, including Margaret Cho, Kim Boekbinder, Neil Gaiman, Sxip Shirey, Gala Darling, and dozens more brilliant reprobates. Archival print on 13″ x 19″ semigloss paper. Signed and numbered edition of 25. To see all sixty six portraits, click here.
Limited Edition Bunnyhead Serigraph
Limited edition of 20. 8″ x 10″ serigraph on paper. Click images above to view bigger.
$50 + $20 shipping and handling
Archival giclee print of a collaboration between Molly Crabapple and photographer Najva Sol. 16″ x 24″.
$120 unframed + $20 shipping
|The official companion volume to the Williamsburg cabaret life-drawing class that has become an international phenomenon! Dr. Sketchy’s Official Rainy Day Colouring Book is one part DIY handbook, one part activity book on acid, and one part history of the Sketch Revolution. To sweeten the broth, me and John Leavitt have added dozens of photos, paper dolls, colouring book pages and puppets of Amber Ray, Lolita Haze, Little Brooklyn, Audra Gwarskitty, and all your other favorite Dr. Sketchy’s models. Nearly 100 illustrations.
For more info, go to www.drsketchy.com/book.php.
Published by Sepulculture Books
|A young woman orphaned in tragic circumstances (by a pair of copulating circus elephants) rises to become the foremost burlesque performer of her era: Scarlett O’Herring. Mentored by the mysterious D’Lovely, Scarlett is a fire-breather, courtesan, and the heroine of Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School founder Molly Crabapple’s first graphic novel. Scarlett Takes Manhattan is a delightful erotic romp through the exotic world of Gilded Age New York!
Published by Fugu Press