Tyler Stout x Bottleneck x Spoke Art’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” Charity Screening

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We want to congratulate our friends over at Spoke Art on the successful opening of their 7th Annual Wes Anderson tribute show Bad Dads in NYC.

With the opening happening this past weekend, we felt it was the perfect time to collaborate on a project we have been working on over the past year.

On November 11th, Bottleneck and Spoke Art teamed up with Tyler Stout to screen one of our favorite films, Fantastic Mr. Fox, at Syndicated in Brooklyn, NY

Being that the Bad Dads closing event falls on Veterans Day, 100% of all profits from all 3 showtimes will be donated to the Disabled American Veterans Organization.

Packages for the event go on sale tomorrow at 12pm eastern on our homepage, Bottleneck Gallery. Each package will cost $125 and will include:

  • A ticket to the event (6pm, 815pm or 1030pm showtime in a dropdown menu)
  • Limited edition variant screen print by Tyler Stout
  • A Fantastic Mr. Fox themed pin and cocktail
  • A random character handbill by Tyler Stout

The variant will ONLY be available for the people attending the screening, however if you don’t have a ticket, we will be selling the regular version of the print at Syndicated starting at 5pm eastern. We will also be selling a very limited amount of full sets of character handbills that will go to DAV as well.

The first 50 people in line will also receive a FREE copy of Spoke Art’s book, The Wes Anderson Collection: Bad Dads, that comes with a foreword by Wes Anderson.

Just a reminder that the ticket packages are non-transferable and non-refundable. You will need to present valid ID which matches the name on the ticket in order to pick up your print at the event. MAX OF 1 TICKET PER PERSON. If you cannot attend the event, please don’t purchase a ticket.

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Media Journalist | Michael loves all things Pop Culture. He has an opinion about everything, whether you ask for it or not. Michael collects Convention Exclusives, Legos, Prints, Steelbooks, Transformers, and everything in between.