Bottleneck Gallery Atlantis SquarePantis by Super A


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We’re wrapping up the week with new prints from Jim Pollock and Super A, and a new Tokun by Bruce Yan!

Jim’s newest print features a toothy astronomer named Neo, surveying the stars. Per Jim:

"This is “Neo,” the astronomer. He has a busy and important job keeping track of the orbits of the planets in the heliocentric solar system, all the while rotating on the third planet. He has located a new comet called “Neowise”, thanks to his trusted new telescope.

The telescope was an advanced technology in the fourteenth century. Only special people, like Neo, had access to such instruments. This technology sparked the public’s renewed understanding of the cosmos. The movement of the cosmos is the inspiration for our modern pursuit of science. Science is the measurement of the cosmos, as a means to better understand the space we inhabit.

Without Neo carefully tracking the paths of planets, we would have no computers or many other modern conveniences. Science starts small and builds on what it knows. The sophisticated technology of today, becomes the basic convenience of tomorrow.”

The actual artwork on the print is 11 x 17.79 inches in size, a Phi rectangle.

Super A takes us to Bikini Bottom with his newest licensed print for SpongeBob SquarePants. Seeing Super A’s unravelling pop culture style evolve has been a joy, and pairing SpongeBob and Super A was almost as enticing as a Krabby Patty, so here we are! SpongeBob’s continuous and lasting appeal is undeniable, and we’re happy to add to that legacy with Super A’s unique print.

Speaking of Krabby Patties, Bruce Yan’s design for our newest Tokun commemorates everybody’s favorite undersea fast food joint, and everybody’s favorite cheapskate boss, The Krusty Krab and Mr. Krabs!

2PM ET we will release Super A’s print and our newest TōKUN by Bruce Yan!

Atlantis SquarePantis by Super A
Fine art giclée
24 x 24 inches
Signed and hand-numbered edition of 150