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Hi-Fructose Exclusive Junko Mizuno Print at SDCC

We've previously announced our upcoming SDCC Exclusive wood printOur second offering, this one by Junko Mizuno (who appears on the cover of Hi-Fructose vol.23) will be released on Friday, July 13th at 3 p.m. The print will be  limited to an edition size of just 50, and is an expertly printed 5 color silk screen on 1/2" birch wood panels. Each print will be unique, depending on the wood grain of the piece. Last years' print sold out quickly, so check with booth #4939 early to get a ticket for the signing and release. See a larger version of the image here!

We’ve previously announced our upcoming SDCC Exclusive wood printOur second offering, this one by Junko Mizuno (who appears on the cover of Hi-Fructose vol.23) will be released on Friday, July 13th at 3 p.m. The print will be  limited to an edition size of just 50, and is an expertly printed 5 color silk screen on 1/2″ birch wood panels. Each print will be unique, depending on the wood grain of the piece. Last years’ print sold out quickly, so check with booth #4939 early to get a ticket for the signing and release. See an image of the print above! 

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