The Tote Hotel - ON SPECIAL: Support PBS Radio Festival!

$150.00

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SPECIAL LOW PRICE AND EXTENDED PRINT RUN TO HELP RAISE MONEY FOR PBS 106.7FMs RADIO FESTIVAL!

PBS 106.7FM is an independent community radio station in Melbourne, Australia, and streaming globally online. They run an annual radio festival, May 15–28 this year, to raise money to keep the community station running. I love PBS, and I love the live and local music they support. So I've set up a special print run of a local live music landmark (THE TOTE!) to generate some cashola for the PBS coffers. I would go insane in the studio without PBS to listen to, no kidding, so get on board!

My prints are usually $200 for an A4, from a run of 20 prints. I'm making this one only $150 smackers, even though it's twice as large at A3, and I'm doubling the print run to 40, because surely everyone loves live music, old pubs and the community radio stations that promote all of that.

I will pass along $200, or 20% of profit (whichever is greater) from the sales of this entire print run to PBS 106.7 FM. If you lot buy out the full print run, I'll be giving PBS a pretty nice gift at the end of it all!

You can also go support PBS directly, which you should totally do as well, and the info you want is here:
https://www.pbsfm.org.au/node/65504
–Simon 10/5/17

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The world famous Tote Hotel, Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Home of rock and roll, beacon of hope, light in the darkness, ruiner of the morning after! Once a week they repaint the blackboard of the band list outside, and I drew this in between phase with ink, pen and brush on on lovely A3 watercolour paper.

You will be buying an unframed A3 fine art print (unframed).

The print you will soon excitingly own is from a limited edition series of 40, each hand numbered and signed.

My prints are usually $200 for an A4, from a run of 20 prints. I'm making this one only $150 smackers, even though it's twice as large at A3, and I'm doubling the print run to 40, because surely everyone loves live music, old pubs and the community radio stations that promote all of that.

The prints are gallery quality giclée prints on uncoated, acid and lignin free archival paper. My printing company uses Epson UltraChrome™ K3 archival inks - the standard by which all other professional level ink technologies are measured. All gallery prints are produced using the Epson Stylus Pro 9880 44-inch wide printer and hand trimmed to size.

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