Shipping, Travelling and Next Print Update

Hi Everyone,

We wanted to drop a quick update to let you know where we are at with everything.

  1. As of now, all prints that have been ordered have shipped except for two, those will go out this Saturday.  Everyone but those two should have received tracking information via email, if not, please shoot us an email or check your account on our website, it has been updated there.  Feel free to tweet, Facebook, or Instagram pictures
  2. Next week we will be travelling on business.  Any orders that come in will be processed and shipped ASAP once we return.  We’ll be in Austin next Friday for Mondo Con so if you see some guy handing out FAMP Art stickers come say hi, he’ll be buying posters, meeting people and having a few pints and getting fat of BBQ and breakfast burritos throughout the weekend.
  3. Lastly, some people have been asking when we will announce our next print, we can’t give an exact date but keep an eye out on the interwebs for news between the second and third week of October.  We’re really excited about this specific drop and may even offer a teaser image before the announcement.

Thanks again for all the support and see you all at Mondo Con.

FAMP Art’s Goals, Release Schedule and General Strategy for Bringing You Awesome Movie Posters

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As we gear up for our first print release on September 3rd, we wanted to give you some information regarding how often we plan on releasing new prints, as well as our overall approach to releases, artists, frequency and the types of posters that will be available.

As collectors, we know there are certain trends that people grow tired of, and one of the things we want to avoid is oversaturating the market with redundant titles.  Our mission is to keep it simple and keep it special.  It is our goal to release a maximum of four different prints by four different artists per film.   If there is a huge demand for a new poster for a specific film, we may break our rule and release additional prints but for now we like the idea of capping the number of distinct prints we release per film.

One of the most important aspects of this business is not only introducing awesome movies to people through art, but introducing new artists to collectors as well. You’ll find that our artist selection is a wonderful mix of well-known talent, up-and-comers, and artists you’ve never heard of before.  We like taking risks and we’re willing to take a chance on an unknown artist if we think their style fits a particular film.  We can tell you right now one such risk has been taken and when you see this artist’s work you’re going to wonder why he or she isn’t doing this full-time.

With regards to our releases, we will have one print-drop per month.  There will typically be a maximum of two prints released per drop; it could be a set, it could be two posters from different artists or it could end up being just one, but you won’t know until we make the announcement.  So be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook or sign up for the newsletter by registering on our site

One of the fun parts about working so far in advance of drops is that you can tease images and build anticipation.  We don’t want FAMP Art to be a standard business, we want it to be something people can actively participate in.  We’ve got a couple of cool ideas we’re working on for unveiling prints that will help shape certain releases.  Our lips are sealed for now but by the end of October we may have something fun for you all

While our company is predominantly a screen printing focused shop, on very rare occasions we will release a giclee print.  There are certain artists who we love but their style doesn’t necessarily translate well to the screen printing process and we are left with only one printing option if we are to keep things both true to the art and still affordable.  We only plan on doing this if we think the artist could really knock a film out of the park.   For those of you that may not know, giclee prints cost more to make and you will likely see a slight price difference between the screen printed pieces, but we will still try to make it as affordable as possible.

Finally, we want to hear from you.  There are so many great films out there that we want to see prints for and there are even more artists out there to tackle said films, but we’d love to know what you want to see or who you’d like to see do it.  Feel free to post your wish lists of films, artists, and/or combos on our Facebook page and we’ll keep an ongoing list to see if there is a title and/or artist in particular that everyone seems to want.  If the interest is there we’ll work hard to get it done for you!

Thanks again for checking us out and hopefully this helps give you an idea of where we fit in the world of film and collectible movie art. Next week we’ll post the close-up shots of Dan’s ‘City of God’ print here on the blog and maybe even give you a ballpark time frame for when we’re dropping his prints on the site.  Until then, we’ll catch you on the flip side.

FAMP Art is Alive! ‘City of God’ by Dan Norris to be the Company’s Debut Print

Yesterday was a great day for FAMP Art as Germaine over at unveiled our first prints and introduced our company to the world.  I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t both extremely excited and nervous at the same time and so I’d like to thank Germaine and everyone else that has followed us via various social media platforms and have shared the print around the net, it’s been so cool to see it spread.  Personally this has been a long journey but I’m super proud and am very happy with the way things are shaping up.  Our first set of prints for City of God by UK artist Dan Norris came out better than I could have ever expected and, to top it all off, the director of the film Fernando Meirelles loves the set and wants the pair to hang up.  We hope you guys love it as much as we do.

You can check out the pieces below along with some more information on the release.  Be sure to check back here in a week or two for some close-up shots of the prints, which we have in-hand, as well as for info on how we plan to separate ourselves from the pack and shake things up in this glorious little industry.

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Below is the full press release for the launch and first print drop.

Based in New York, FAMP Art is a company that specializes in creating officially licensed, limited edition screen printed posters of foreign films, pre-1980s classics and a few random goodies here and there of things we simply love.

A business years in the making, FAMP Art was founded to bridge the gap between pop culture art and art-house cinema, focusing on films that don’t get much love in the art world but are praised in the world of cinema (and that we ourselves are passionate about). Our goal is to fuse two different worlds through the glory of awesome and beautiful art prints.

To celebrate the launch of the business and the completion of the world cup in Brazil earlier this summer, FAMP Art will be releasing its debut prints for one of the finest foreign films ever made, the Oscar© nominated City of God. The art was designed by Dan Norris, a UK-based artist known for his gritty and minimalist takes on popular films, a perfect candidate to tackle Fernando Meirelles’ striking piece of cinema.

Two prints of the film, both of which measure 18”x24” and were printed by Seizure Palace, will be made available through the FAMP Art website on September 3rd at a random time. The regular version (Yellow) will have a run 177 and will cost $40. The Brazilian color variant (green) will have a run of 77 and cost $50. There will be a limit of one per person per household. Be sure to follow FAMP Art on Twitter, Facebook or sign up for the newsletter by registering on our site to find out exactly when the prints go on sale.

Official Launch Date

Hi All!

We’ll be officially launching on September 3rd.  Subscribe to our newsletter by registering on our site, follow us on twitter or check facebook for details about our first release!