...But what kind of jackass designs a 19x25 poster when the standard frame size is 18x24? One who excels at willful idiocy?
Quit huffing those paint fumes and forcing me to do custom framing, which is very expensive.
Beautiful poster, by the way.
Oh . . . there is also a heavy Brian Turner feeling to this as well. Jay's style is untouchable on it's own, but the fact that this makes me think of those particular other people's styles while looking at this is a really cool side-effect of the poster.
This is exceptionally good . . . even by the standards we hold Jay Ryan to. It looks as though he took the best of his style and seemlessly married it with what's best from The Little Friends of Printmaking's style. It's very rich looking . . . it demands its viewer to take a longer, closer look. This would be popular as an art print alone, as GBV's final poster, it should be fairly impossible to acquire.
man, what a great poster. and way to jump out of your own tendencies and kick the world's ass in a different way than usual. i didn't think this was yours at first, jay. perfect whites. perfect swooping perspective. too good, my man.