FAMP Art Presents: ‘Snowpiercer’ by Alice X. Zhang, Available at NYCC

FAMP Art Presents: ‘Snowpiercer’ by Alice X. Zhang, Available at NYCC

FAMP Art is ecstatic to present our first officially licensed print for Bong Joon Ho’s critically acclaimed sci-fi action film, Snowpiercer, with art by the wonderfully talented pop culture illustrator, Alice X. Zhang.


Under license from The Weinstein Company via their sister label Radius-TWC, FAMP Art will release Alice’s print at this year’s New York Comic Con at the Grey Matter Art booth #2366 from October 8th to October 10th.  Super excited to be sharing the space with them. An image of the NYCC map can be found at the bottom of the email.

Alice’s Snowpiercer poster is a 24”x18” archival giclee print on Somerset Velvet fine art paper. Priced at $50, it is a hand numbered edition of 150 pieces.  There will be no limit on the amount you can purchase of this print.

The poster will go on sale on October 8th when the convention floor opens and will be sold until closing of the con on the 10th.  We’ll have a few of our other posters there and expect to find free stickers and a free show card for our first gallery show at the booth as well.  Make sure to come say hi.

nycc gma booth pic

100 of the prints will be available at the convention and there is a high probability that they will all be signed by Alice, who will also be in attendance at the con.  Whatever prints aren’t sold will be placed in our shop at www.fampart.com on Monday October 12th around noon.  The print can only be shipped to the US, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Africa and all of these countries’ respective territories.

This print has been a long time coming and we’re thrilled that we’re finally able to release it….but stay tuned, there will be another one coming later this year (the one we teased at the end of 2014).

Thanks to Firshowing.net for unveiling the print for us.

Be sure to follow FAMP Art on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and sign up for our newsletter by registering on our site www.fampart.com to stay updated on our latest releases.

FAMP Art Announces First Gallery Show, Adds a New Artist to Their Roster and Announces Next Print

FAMP Art Announces First Gallery Show, Adds a New Artist to Their Roster and Announces Next Print

Hi Everyone,

Thanks to all those that came by our booth this past weekend at Boston Comic Con. We had a blast and it was awesome meeting so many people that are passionate about the same types of films and art that we’re into. You really helped make our first convention experience as a vendor amazing and we’re really excited to do it again soon.

At the con, we had on display a new art print by a new FAMP Artist as well as dropped a big announcement via a show card on the table. The print, displayed below, is called The Naval Battle and it’s a piece by Karl Fitzgerald.

the naval battle

Karl is a British illustrator, concept artist and comic book artist currently working in the South East of England. He creates imaginative worlds and tells stories through atmospheric imagery. Using traditional methods as well as digital tools he is able to create a fresh, loose but focused style. Having been mentored by comic book artist Chris Weston, he has developed a ranged skill set from comic book art to concept design. “My major influences include Moebius, Sergio Toppi, Adrian Smith and Mike Mignola, but I have many artist heroes!” says Karl.

We came across Karl’s work after seeing Chris Weston, who we’ve worked with before, post some of his pieces online. We followed him for a bit and then when he unveiled his Naval Battle piece we knew we had to work with him. As a result, we’re teaming up to release that very print in two versions.

The first is a 28.2″x15.2″ giclee printed on somerset velvet fine art paper with archival inks. It’ll be hand numbered, an edition of 20 and will cost $55.

The second is a 28.2″x15.2″ giclee printed on canvas with archival inks. It’ll be hand numbered, an edition of 5 and will cost $150.

Both versions will go on sale via our website this Thursday, August 6th, at 12pm EST. Be sure to follow Karl on Facebook to see more of his amazing work.

But wait, there’s more!

Labours of Hercules show card

We’re incredibly excited to announce that we will be hosting our first ever gallery show on December 12, 2015 at Bottleneck Gallery. Continuing with the mythology series that we started with DZO, we will be having a show dedicated to the Greek legend, Hercules. The show is titled The Labours of Hercules and will feature 13 artists from all over the world. 12 artists have been assigned to individual labours while the 13th artist will be illustrating his own version of Hercules.

Karl is one of the 13 artists in the show and is responsible for the incredible art on our show card (see above). He was assigned the 10th labour, The Cattle of Geryon, and has created a heavy metal looking piece that has set the bar high for the quality of art this show will have on display in December. Going forward, we will be unveiling one participating artist from the show every two weeks as we build up to the main event.

Be sure to save the date by marking your calendar’s now and subscribe/follow/etc. to stay up to date on our latest releases. Our next movie print is set to drop at the end of August/early September and you won’t want to miss out on it, trust us.

July Update: Boston Comic Con, DZO Shipping, August Print Releases and an Extended Tease

July Update: Boston Comic Con, DZO Shipping, August Print Releases and an Extended Tease

Hi Everyone,

Hope everyone’s summer is going well. We wanted to shoot out an update regarding upcoming pieces, shipping and Boston Comic Con.

Firstly, DZO has shipped us all the pieces for existing orders so we should hopefully have them this week. Once we receive them, we’ll start shipping ASAP. Going forward, DZO will be shipping all the hand embellished pieces directly since they take so much time to work on. This will help cut down the wait time for all involved and so that we can get the prints into your hands as quickly as possible.

Secondly, this week, from July 31-Aug 2nd, we’ll be shipping up to Boston for this year’s Boston Comic Con. We have a booth ready for the convention and will be bringing our current stockpile of prints and maybe even a new print by a new artist before we actually announce the drop the following week. We will also be promoting some exciting bit of news that weekend and giving away a few little things at the booth, so be sure to stop by BOOTH A210 and say hi.

Boston comic con booth instagram


Also, remember this tease we posted around New Years? We’ll, the art has finally been given the green light by the studio so expect to see a drop for this around the end of August/early September. We want to have the prints in hand before we drop this otherwise we’d do it this week. In the meantime, here’s an extended version of the initial teaser. If you can’t guess the property from this then you need to head to Netflix right now and crawl the “popular on Netflix” section to give this film a look-see. This piece is going to be 24×36 and it’s going to utilize a lot of metallic ink for things that are actually supposed to be metallic, so get amped. This print has been a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooong time in coming so we’re happy it’s finally getting released.

tease 2

Lastly, once Boston Comic Con wraps up, we’ll be dropping a new art print and announcing our third artistic partnership as well. This will set the stage for August and the next few months as well. Expect plenty of reveals over the next few months.

Be sure to visit the www.fampart.com to check out the latest prints in the shop. Limited amounts left on the DZO hand embellished pieces and The Bicycle Thief variant.

Thanks again for all your support and, if you’re in Boston, we’ll see ya soon.


Alex and the FAMP Art team

‘Trollhunter’ by Gabriel Picolo Printing/Shipping Update

Hi All,

The posters for the timed release of Gabriel Picolo’s  Trollhunter have been printed.  We should have them in hand early next week and will start shipping them as soon as they arrive.  The final run size was 48 prints.

Below are two pictures that come straight from the printer.  The colors look like they really pop which I think will make it a pretty nifty piece to hang on the wall.

For the purposes of transparency, there was one slight change on the image that ended up being unavoidable.  You’ll notice that the spotlight gradient is slightly different than the advertised image.  Unfortunately, due to the small area, the inks wouldn’t stick well to allow for a split fountain/smooth gradient like we had initially anticipated.  We found an alternative method but it changed the look ever so slightly (as you can see below).  We think Diamond Hill Screen Printing did a solid job of finding a way to make it work so that the print’s aesthetic wouldn’t change.  Should you not like the results we will be happy to refund any money since this was a last minute decision while it was on the printer. We didn’t want to hold the prints up any longer but we also didn’t want to scrap the project.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Trollhunter Picolo printed 2

Trollhunter Picolo printed

‘Dragon’ by DZO on Sale Info!

‘Dragon’ by DZO on Sale Info!

dragon-dzo olivierHi All,

At the end of May we announced our partnership with DZO and that our first release with him would be an insanely detailed illustration called Dragon.  This piece is part of a mythology/fantasy series that we have had in the works and we are excited to announce that it is time to release this beauty.

‘Dragon’ will go on sale Tuesday, June 30 at 12pm EST.  There are a few versions of this release so please read the below breakdown carefully.

A3+ Edition: Edition of 30 – Size A3+ (13 in x 19 in) – 20 will be signed, numbered, and embossed.  It will cost $150.  10 will be signed, numbered, embossed and hand embellished. It will cost $300.

A2 Edition: Edition of 30 – Size A2 (16.5 in x 23.4 in) – 20 will be signed, numbered, and embossed.  It will cost $200.  10 will be signed, numbered, embossed and hand embellished.  It will cost $350.

Collector’s Edition: Edition of 100 –  Size A3+ (13 in x 19 in) – Edition of 100, digitally signed and embossed. Not numbered. It will cost $70.  We will include all five links in the email and will also make sure that everything is clearly labeled on the website.

Be sure to follow us via Facebook, twitter and Instagram to stay up to date with all our latest releases and news.

Thank you all again for your support.  We’re really looking forward to getting this print in your hands, it’s incredible in person.




DZO and FAMP Art Teaming Up to Release ‘Dragon’, His First Release as Part of the FAMP Art Family

DZO and FAMP Art Teaming Up to Release ‘Dragon’, His First Release as Part of the FAMP Art Family

Hi All,

In our last blog post detailing the new FAMP Art strategy, we mentioned how we would be working regularly with a few specific artists, providing them a channel to release some awesome prints based on original ideas.  We also disclosed that we had a few cool series in the works that weren’t pop-culture related.  Well, now is the time where those two announcements officially collide.

We’d like to introduce you to an artist that we have been following since the early fall of 2014.  At the time he wasn’t ready to begin selling his art, but by the end of the year he decided to shift gears and 2015 saw his first limited edition releases.  Since then, people have started to notice more of his work and he has gained some notoriety for his incredible and mesmerizing art.  I’ve personally been buying his art and it is awe inspiring to see in person.  It’s the type of art you could spend hours staring at, wondering how in the hell he managed to draw the image with his hand.  So, without further ado, we’d like to introduce you all to DZO (aka DZO Olivier), the second artist to join the FAMP Art family.

DZO is a self-taught illustrator based in France that has a passion for, what I would like to call, elegant darkness.  His work is incredibly detailed, taking cues and inspiration from ancient styles which is then fueled by his passion for exploring philosophical ideas, the occult, religion and more.  His work with pencil and ink is nothing short of astounding and we couldn’t be more thrilled with the prospect of working with him.  Follow him on Facebook and definitely on Instagram to see all of his art, including some very cool work-in-progress shots for future releases.

DZO will periodically be releasing prints based on original ideas and licensed properties through the FAMP Art website, the first of which is titled “Dragon.”  This piece will not only kick start our relationship, but it’ll also kick start our first series of prints based on a theme that we’re very passionate about, mythology.  When we approached DZO about this series we had one subject in mind that we really wanted to see him tackle, dragons.  His response was simple: “I love those pets.” It was at that moment we knew we were going to get something special and, boy, did we.  Check out the full image below the post, which was exclusively revealed on Beautiful.Bizarre, and prepare for your jaw to hit the floor.  We’ll post detail shots closer to the release.

We will be releasing details about the release fairly soon but, for now, if you’re interested in being added to a DZO reserve list let us know.  We will be making a separate list for diehard collectors, giving them an opportunity to purchase certain versions of his art before it goes on sale to the masses.  If interested in being put on this list, please email info@fampart.com.

To keep up with all of our releases, be sure to follow FAMP Art on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and/or sign up for the newsletter by registering on our site.  We’ve got a lot more to come this year, so be sure to stay tuned for more awesome art.

dragon-dzo olivier

Gabriel Picolo Joins FAMP Art’s Roster with a TROLLHUNTER Timed-Release

Gabriel Picolo Joins FAMP Art’s Roster with a TROLLHUNTER Timed-Release


We’re back!

At the end of 2014, we announced that we were going to be shifting gears which resulted in a quiet first quarter. We want to thank those that supported our Godmachine La Haine release since that’s been our only drop thus far.

We’ve been working diligently behind the scenes to bring you some sweet new art, both movie related and not, and think you’ll dig what we’re going to be releasing throughout the rest of the year.

One of our goals when we started the business was to help introduce amazing new artists to this scene and give them an opportunity to tackle a licensed property. Regardless if they’re popular or not, we wanted to help them find ways to reach a new audience, in addition to having a supportive outlet where they could sell their art, art based on both original ideas and some pop culture ones.

What does this all mean? It means that we will be representing a handful of very select artists, either very regularly or exclusively, to promote them as well as release and promote their art. Soon you’ll see two new sections on our website called Artists and The Gallery. The first will show a list of the artists that we will be working with regularly or that we’ll be exclusively representing. Artists will be added once we’ve introduced them via our newsletter, blog, etc. The Gallery section will be for other passion projects of ours that generally won’t be pop culture related. We have two major series in the works that we’re super excited about and news on each will be revealed in time.

Over the remainder of the year, we’ll be introducing three artists that will be joining our roster, but it’s about that time we introduced the first one: Ladies and gentlemen, we’d like to introduce you to Gabriel Picolo, FAMP Art’s first resident artist.

Gabriel is a young illustrator from Brazil who we came across last summer when he was working on an amazing 365 Days of Doodles project. When you see those doodles your jaw is going to drop the same way ours did (check out his Instagram). We knew right then and there that we had to find a way to work with him, so we gave him a test: We asked him to design a poster for André Øvredal’s Norwegian mockumentary, Trollhunter (aka Trolljegeren), because of his ability to create rich and fun visuals with creatures. He submitted an idea and we loved it. After a few weeks, he came back to us with the final product and it was a nifty, simple and elegant take on the film. This is the largest canvas he has worked on thus far and was his first real test using color. It’s also the first movie poster he’s ever made and will be the first piece of art that he sells as a limited edition print. We were going to wait until October to release the piece, but people from all over the world have been begging him to publicly sell his art and so we thought, why wait, let’s kick-off his collectible print debut with a licensed poster.

Here’s what Gabriel had to say about the project: “Working on the Trollhunter poster project was a unique experience for me. That’s because, until now, it was the first time I watched a movie thinking about the illustration I’d draw afterwards. It changes how you see the whole thing. As I watched the movie I was seeking for interesting visual features that could help me to create the poster. I would like to thank Alex and FAMP Art for inviting me to join this project!”

To commemorate his first screen print release and to welcome him into the FAMP Art family, we’ll be making his Trollhunter print available as a timed edition. The art is an 18”x24” screen print that will cost $39. It will go on sale Thursday, May 14th at 12pm EST and will end on May 24th at 6pm EST. The print ships WW. The art will take up to two months to ship as we can’t print until we have the final edition size confirmed. There is no limit on the amount of prints you can purchase within the sale period. We will refund you the difference in shipping should you order more than one print, but we only ship a maximum of three prints together.   All orders are final and cannot be cancelled.

Additionally, we will be releasing prints of Gabriel’s popular doodles throughout the year in addition to some other fun stuff, so if you want to know about Gabriel’s future releases be sure to sign-up for our newsletter on www.fampart.com or follow us on twitter, facebook or Instagram to keep up with the latest news.

Lastly, we’ll be attending Boston Comic Con this July. If you live in the Boston area, be sure to come give us a shout. We’ll announce booth info and releases at a later date.

That’s all the news for now. Stay tuned, we’ll be announcing a new artist and dropping an incredible piece related to one of the series we’re working on in June.

‘La Haine’ by Godmachine On Sale Wednesday, February 25th

‘La Haine’ by Godmachine On Sale Wednesday, February 25th

Hi Everyone,

Finally, radio silence has been broken.  Yesterday, Inside the Rock Poster Frame unveiled our first print for 2015 by the awesome Welsh artist Godmachine.  We teamed with him to create a movie poster for Mathieu Kassovitz’s film, La Haine.  We’re big fans of the film and, since Godmachine is a huge fan of it too, we decided to join forces and bring you all nifty and timely print to start the year off.

Below you’ll find the full press release with more details about the print, which we have in-hand and are ready to ship.  The print will go on sale February 25th at 1pm EST on our website. It measures 18”x24”, will have a run of 50 prints and will cost $45. This print ships worldwide.

With an interesting year ahead, FAMP Art is going through an evolution we didn’t see coming and we’re really excited about it. We wanted to start 2015 off with a small, yet highly relevant print as we worked our way up to a mainstream title and other fun projects.

Mathieu Kassovitz’s 1995 crime drama, La Haine, is one of the most highly regarded French films of the past 20 years and with all the political unrest that exists here in the States and France, it felt fitting to release a print for this now rather than wait.

If you haven’t seen the film, La Haine depicts the lives of few young inner-city Frenchmen after their friend is unjustifiably beaten by the police. A riot ensues and one of the guys finds a cop’s gun, ultimately deciding that if his friend dies, he’s going to kill a cop with it.

As you can see, it’s very relevant and something we felt made sense to release at this point in time. For this print, we teamed up with Le Pacte and popular Welsh artist Godmachine to create a gritty and anarchic poster that reflects the style and passion that the film exudes.

Fun fact: It just so happens that this is one of Godmachine’s all-time favorite films so we were thrilled at the idea of working with him on it.

The print will go on sale February 25th at 1pm EST on the FAMP Art website. It measures 18”x24”, will have a run of 50 prints and will cost $45. This print ships worldwide.

la haine batch


Happy Holidays and a little FAMP Art Update

Hi All,

As the year comes to an end we want to bring you up to speed with what’s been going on behind the scenes here at FAMP Art.

Firstly, as you may have noticed we haven’t announced a print for December. That’s because we’ve decided after careful consideration not to release one this month. The films aren’t right for the holiday season and, if all goes according to plan, we’ll be dropping a nice big title [by our standards] for February.

Secondly, as we continue to learn and evaluate what we’re doing we’ve also decide to evolve the business slightly. We are no longer going to stick to the one print a month rule that we established. We’d rather not create mediocre prints due to keeping to a time table and would rather release quality prints when the time is right. We’re working on a lot of things right now, including a fun little side project, that we know people will be excited for. I’m sure in due time we’ll go back to releasing prints once a month but boy, change is-a-coming and it is change we like.

Lastly, and most importantly, we want to wish everyone happy holidays and hope you all have a fantastic new year. We appreciate your continued support and want to thank you all from the bottom of our hearts.

Since we don’t want to end the year without giving you something to look forward to. Here’s a tease of that print we mentioned above. Let the speculation begin.

2015 tease

The Bicycle Thief Shipping Update, Close-up Shot, and Cool News About the Art

The Bicycle Thief Shipping Update, Close-up Shot, and Cool News About the Art

Hi All

Just a heads up, if you’ve ordered a Bicycle Thief print you should have received a shipping confirmation email.  All but two orders have shipped, those will go out tomorrow, the rest were shipped on Friday so people should start receiving them as early as tomorrow afternoon.  We’re really proud of these prints and love how they came out.  The metallics are a great touch but what really makes these prints stand out is the difference looking at it closely from a few feet away.  When you stand back, the art looks like something right out of that era, it’s truly fantastic.

Further down the page is a shot of the variant after we opened the package from the printer and then a close up shot of the bicycle with the metallic ink (click the images to make them bigger).  I’ll try and get some more detail shots posted soon.

In other cool news, Xul1349’s The Bicycle Thief art is going to be featured in a coffee table book that’s all about underground and alternative movie poster art.  We were thrilled to be given an opportunity to have our art featured in the book.  It’s early stages right now but we’ll keep you all posted once there’s more information to share as it should be a great gift for anyone who love this hobby and/or movie posters.

That’s all for now but stay tuned for new prints and other fun updates.


bicycle thief variant unpackaged


bicycle thief close-up variant

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