A group of incredibly talented artists and friends from Weta Digital and Weta Workshop are using their creative talent to support the relief efforts in Japan, by releasing a (very) limited edition series of fine art prints, with all proceeds from their sale to be donated to the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan. Weta's creative geniuses are the force behind the digital visual effects of many high-profile feature films such as Avatar, District 9, The Lovely Bones, King Kong and The Lord of The Rings trilogy.
I'm proud to have printed these beautiful images, using the finest Canson archival baryta paper and Lucia EX pigment inks. Every print measures 33x48cm (13×19 in) and is signed and numbered by each artist. The three series of prints are presented in a gorgeous black portfolio box.
Only three series of these prints exist.
These very limited edition fine art prints by some of the most talented digital artists in the world are now available for purchase for $750 USD per portfolio. To place your order, please contact me.
Scroll down to see sample images. がんばれ、日本!
The participating Weta Digital and Weta Workshop artists are: Greg Broadmore, concept artist * Julian Bryant, compositor * Myriam Catrin, texture artist * Mark Gee, lighting technical directorKen Gimpelson, lighting technical director * Robin Hollander, compositor * Miae Kang, lighting technical director * Dmitri Krasnokoutski, shader writer * Laure Lacroix, texture artist * Paul Redican, compositor * Marcus Schoo, software developer * Malino Suzuki, motion editor * Masaya Suzuki, texture artist