If you love the AMC show Breaking Bad and you're an art enthusiast, do we have some news for you. A viral marketing campaign for the show started a few weeks ago where they're releasing limited edition screenprints from 16 of today's top artists and graphic designers leading up to the premiere of the final season this summer. They'll depict some of the series' most memorable scenes, characters and shocking moments. Only 300 of each art piece will be created with only 200 available to the public. Once the edition is sold out, they will never be printed again.
So far, three prints have been announced including a scene from the pilot episode by Daniel Danger called My Name Is Walter Hartwell White and a somewhat abstract piece of Hector Salamanca’s bell by Tom Whalen. The most recent print features an awesome illustration of Gus and the teddy bear (from a few seasons ago) by artist Anthony Petrie.
The artwork is curated by Tyson Givens and Gallery 1988. To find out where the prints are sold, you'll get a hint or clue on the Breaking Gifs website and/or you can follow them on Twitter. Fun!
Breaking Gifs website