Thor and Wise Little Hen On Sale Now!

Happy Thorsday! You probably think that is a pun, but it’s not. Thursday is actually Thor’s day or more specifically, Thunor’s Day. You can read more about it HERE, but we decided to honor the great God of Thunder by releasing it on his day which just happens to be the day before his movie gets released! We had also planned on doing a big write up explaining all of the symbols, constellations and imagery in the poster, but thought it would be better left to your imaginations. We did a lot of research on this one, so see if you can figure some of them out! We’re really excited about it!

Also, we’re dropping the second print in our Disney Cartoon series and it features the first appearance of Donald Duck! We’d like to thank both Ken Taylor and Tom Whalen for, once again, doing an amazing job on these. They are ON SALE NOW!

Poster by Ken Taylor. 24×36 screen print w/ metallic inks. Hand numbered. Edition of 380. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Click HERE to buy.

Poster by Tom Whalen. 18″ x 24″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 325. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Click HERE to buy.


4 thoughts on “Thor and Wise Little Hen On Sale Now!

  1. dylansdad

    Got my Thor! Now I hope somebody can get to work on a Captain America poster to go with it later this summer.

  2. eric garza

    Boo! I was able to get my hands on a Thor, but I’d love to know the symbolism behind the imagery in the design. If any of you readers can decipher it, please share! I agree with the above poster… now, all I need is an amazing Captain America Mondo print… perhaps in true WWII propaganda style…

  3. Rubberneck

    I caught the mouse, but the duck eluded me!

    Gotta move faster for the next Disney character!!


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