Malleus is an Italian three headed collective spreading its tentacles through all kind of visual art, from illustration to videos, passing through handpulled screen prints. The iconography at the base of their work originates from a vast scenery including figurative arts, in particular Expressionism and Symbolism, Art Nouveau and Surrealism, Pop Art and Psychedelic Art, and also comics, photography, cinema and literature. All these ingredients blend in with the main element of their poetics; that is the female form, the primordial goddess, from whom everything comes.

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American Hi-Fi

Transsilvania - Milan (Italy) - 2003 - 50 x 50 cm - Numbered only Edt. of 111 - Silkscreen Print - Poster Shows some ink smudges.

99,95

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Brant Bjork & The Bros / Nick Oliveri

Sojo - Kessel (Belgium) - 2004 - 70 x 50 cm - NOT Signed or Numbered - Digital Offset Print

74,95

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Korn, Him, Soulfly & Life of Agony

Flippaut Festival (Italy) - 2004 - 70 x 50 cm - Numbered only Edt. of 90 - Silkscreen Print

124,95

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Kurt Cobain

Tribute Poster - 2004 - 70 x 50 cm - Numbered only Edt. of 240 - Silkscreen Print

74,95

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Mastodon

C Side - Milan (Italy) - 2005 - 70 x 50 cm - Numbered only Edt. of 140 - Silkscreen Print

74,95

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Morgan

Babylonia - Ponderano (Italy) - 2003 - 60 x 30 cm - Numbered only Edt. of 83 - Silkscreen Print

149,95

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Mouse on Mars

Hiroshima Mon Amour - Torino (Italy) - 2004 - 70 x 50 cm - Numbered only Edt. of 133 - Silkscreen Print

124,95

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The Donnas

Transsilvania - Milan (Italy) - 2003 - 70 x 25 cm - Numbered only Edt. of 129 - Silkscreen Print

149,95

Blackened art nouveau mixed with elements of surrealism and quotes from the school of expressionism glowing in its amber, resulting in an almost psychedelically overwhelming experience of visual magick. All of the power trio’s works are based on hand-drawings and reflect the artists’ deep understanding and love for music. At the end of 2002, the trio of Malleus, printing their first handmade silkscreen, took the critical step towards a walk that will make them enter into the Poster Art scene of today. Through the handprinted silkscreen, a simple gigposter turns into something different and particular.

 


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