Each summer I sell prints from my personal print collection, or prints acquired in trades. All of these prints are from editions that are now sold out. They're in mint condition and have been stored in a flat file where they have never been exposed to light. I highly recommend using UV protected glass if you're going to buy and frame any of these prints.
Heroes of the Blues Serigraph #98/150
Arcade Serigraph Print #112/120
Footsy Serigraph Print #180/200
Fritz the Cat Serigraph Print #140/200
Mystic Funnies #1
Jellyroll Morton’s Voodoo Curse
Race Car Driver
I printed this edition for Jesse (which he published) in 2004. It was an edition of 100. The archival cream paper is 22” x 15”. This is print number #44/100. There was no Certificate created for this edition. Numbered, signed and dated by Crumb.
Some Cold Rainy Day was created as an album cover for one of Crumb’s old time music buddies. Alex Gold then had some of the images printed (giclee prints) for an edition, but I’m not sure they printed all of the 25 prints planned for the edition. This printed is numbered by Crumb as 3/25. It’s also signed and dated (2008) by Crumb. However, Crumb used such a hard pencil, it’s difficult to read his handwriting or signature. No cert was issued, but a nice little piece for your collection.
Zap #0 was printed and released as a 110 print serigraph edition in 2007. There were also 11 artist proofs and 3 printer proofs. This an artist proof I’m selling for a friend of Crumb’s. He had given it to her and now she wants to cash it in. It’s in mint condition, never been matted or framed. It’s A.P. IV/XI (4/11). The image is 15” x 21”. The archival paper is 22” x 30”. There were 14 colors used to create this edition. Numbered, signed and dated by Crumb. It comes with its Certificate of Authenticity signed by Alex.
There are 200 prints in this edition, with 17 Artist Proofs and 4 Printer Proofs. This print is from my collection of printer's proofs. It's numbered 1/4. The edition was released in 2004. The cream Rives BFK paper is 22" x 30". The image size is 14" x 19". The certificate, written by Crumb, is signed by both Jesse Crumb and myself. Nice blend in the sky. Mint condition, stored flat, never has seen the light of day (except when it was photographed!).
Keep on Truckin’
In 2017, we released Keep on Truckin’ as a 95 print serigraph edition and it sold out very quickly. It was printed with 13 colors using 12 screens. The image size is 19" by almost 12". Each serigraph is numbered, signed and dated by Crumb in pencil. This is print #43/95. Comes with its Certificate of Authenticity written by Crumb. It also has a customized signature reading: R. "Christ Almighty, What Next" Crumb.
There are 65 etchings in this “Monica Delivers the Pizza” edition. This is print #61/65. Released in 2006, it sold out very quickly. The paper is 11” x 13”. The image size is 6.5” x 8”. Numbered, signed and dated by Crumb. These are difficult for me to find.
Work On It
This etching was released in 2018 as an edition of 40. This is print number 35/40. This is one of Crumb's more popular etching editions, so it’s hard to find. The paper is 10” x 12”. The image is 5” x 5.5”. Numbered, signed and dated by Crumb. I try to wrap my head around the whole thing, but I’m as confused and baffled as Flakey. Love this image!
Head Comix Serigraph Print #194/200
This edition was printed in 2001. The edition never had a certificate created for it. There is a very light indicia printed at the bottom of the cream paper (which is 22" x 30"). The image size is 14" x 18.5". There were 18 colors used to print the edition. Numbered, signed and dated by Crumb. This is print number #194/200. Stored flat; never has seen the light of day, mint condition.