New York based artist Sam Spratt has worked with The Smithsonian Institute, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, created artwork for the game industry for brands like Tomb Raider, Mass Effect, and Borderlands, as well as album art for the music industry for Janelle Monae, Logic, and Childish Gambino. We are excited to welcome Sam back for our very first open editions to celebrate the release of Avengers : Age Of Ultron.
Spratt’s original piece was painted digitally with a Wacom Cintiq 24HD from scratch. He wanted to draw something shiny, so he did. That’s all there is to it. From start to finish it took roughly 18 hours to create and Industrial Light & Magic owns the first copy of this black edition print. Read on for more from Sam Spratt as we look at Gilded I…
1xRun: Can you tell us a little bit about the original piece? How long did the piece take?
Sam Spratt: The original piece was painted digitally with a Wacom Cintiq 24HD from scratch. I wanted to draw something shiny, so I did. That’s all there is to it. It took roughly 18 hours.
1xRun: What is unique about this piece? Why should people buy this print?
Sam Spratt: It’s just something fun and shiny to grow on your wall.
1xRun: Describe this print in one gut reaction word.
Sam Spratt: Shiny.