Huckleberry has teamed up with artist Josh Agle (aka Shag) to create a silk screen print inspired by the 1960s Batman television series. Titled “The Delegation of Evildoers,” the colorful piece features Batman and Robin fighting Catwoman, The Joker, The Penguin, The Riddler, Mr Freeze, as well as less prominent villains Egghead and King Tut.
Huckleberry will sell the print as a Comic-Con exclusive at their booth in San Diego. More info and details on how to pre-order after the jump.
Huckleberry is hosting a pre-sale of “The Delegation of Evildoers” at the Huckleberry site. They will ship pre-orders after Comic-Con has finished. Here are the print details and you can also visit Huckleberry at booth #3449 at San Diego Comic-Con.
- Artist: SHAG
- Title: The Delegation of Evildoers
- Medium: 21 color, hand-pulled silk screen serigraph
- Image Size: 21” x 36”
- Paper Size: 24” x 40”
- Edition Size: 150 pcs signed and numbered
- Cost: $500 + applicable state taxes
About the artist:
Josh Agle, also known as Shag (a contraction of the last two letters of his first name and the first two letters of his last) was born in 1962. He is a painter, illustrator and designer, currently based in Los Angeles. Agle has had numerous gallery exhibitions in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia. His work has been featured in museums such as the Laguna Art Museum in California, The Andy Warhol Museum in Pennsylvania and the Naples Museum of Contemporary Art in Italy. Agle’s exhibitions have been reviewed by The New York Times’ critics Ken Johnson and Roberta Smith. His artwork has been published in several books, been the subject of a documentary film, as well as a musical.