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Tom Whalen’s “Yellow Submarine” tribute

Artist Tom Whalen has designed a set of four Beatles posters, using their likness and characters from the animated feature Yellow Submarine (1968). We’ve showcased Whalen’s Looney Tunes, Peanuts and Gigantor limited edition tributes before – I’m a big fan.

Dark Hall Mansion is releasing this officially licensed Beatles project, a 4-print interlocking Limited Edition set – John, Paul, George and Ringo – in both “standard” (above) and “psychedelia” (below, click thumbnails to enlarge). There will only be 200 of each edition produced, both editions go one sale precisely at 9:30 AM PST at Dark Hall Mansion’s online Store on February 12th, 2013.

More information can be found on these and other editions available at Dark Hall Mansion.

Complete Press Release below:

Dark Hall Mansion working closely with Live Nation Merchandise, The Beatles’ North American Licensing Agent, and Apple Corps Ltd will release their new Beatles limited edition screen print set of 4 by leading contemporary artist, Tom Whalen, on February 12, 2013. This exclusive 4-print set stunningly showcases The Beatles unmistakable personas amongst the abstracted milieu of ’60s Pop culture and the landmark film that is “Yellow Submarine.” The 4 prints measure 24″ x 30,” each, and were beautifully composed and designed to work individually or as an interlocked whole when displayed.

Tom Whalen’s 4 new Beatles prints make a striking impression, particularly when viewed as a single quadtych, one meant to artistically render and underscore the personalities of The Beatles themselves. Each print will be individually numbered, 24″ x 30″ in size, and exquisitely screen printed. With an extremely limited release of only 200 sets available worldwide for all Beatles fans, it’s an edition for even the most discerning Beatles collector.

There will also be a very select Psychedelia Edition, limited to just 50 sets worldwide with each print individually signed by artist Tom Whalen and printed with shimmering metallic inks that intensely set off the designs and nuances of his highly stylized artwork.

Both Editions go one sale precisely at 9:30 AM PST at Dark Hall Mansion’s online store on February 12, 2013.Pricing will be $200 for the entire 4-print Standard Edition and $300 for the entire 4-print Psychedelia Artist Signed Edition.

The 4-print Beatles sets are a limited edition series created by Dark Hall Mansion. ‘The Beatles’ is a registered trademark of Apple Corps Limited. Yellow Submarine is a trademark of Subafilms Ltd © 1968. Dark Hall Mansion is a labor of love. We are passionate about art, about the work of print and poster artists present and past,here and abroad, we are committed to bringing their skills to the forefront on projects both compelling and exciting, bridging their studios and creations directly with your walls and personal collections.

  • Frank Fontaine

    I’d buy them, but I’ve got a hole in me pocket.

  • So somebody is ripping off Heinz Edelmann’s designs and all they say is “The Beatles unmistakable personas”? This is not a tribute. I’ll stick to my old original movie poster, may it be torn and wrinkled.

  • TheyCallMeShine

    Movie poster for the fans. Of course we’re only printing 200 of them. So. Only for 200 fans. Good luck getting one let alone the full set… BalderDash! Drives me nuts with the boosting the price for limited releases. Why not just do an actual wide print. Meet the demand slash the price. Let people like me who don’t have the time to sit at my computer all day and hope I get one. I’ve gotta job… If they just made a wide print they’d sell more and make more. I understand the novelty of only having 200 in the world but dang man. It sucks for your average fanboy like myself…

  • YellowMatterCustard

    looks more like “Orange Submarine” ~

  • Name

    ive got a set of the phsycedelic prints ,just got them framed individualy,to get framed as on is nye impossible,they are very impressive on the wall opf my entrance hall, the amount of work taken to create these is immense.
    how many passes did the artist have to do on each each screen print. the mind boggles