Irwin Chusid wrote to let me know that he has teamed up with Barbara Economon and Drew Friedman to begin offering Drew's art in the form of high quality prints. Drew is one of our favorite artists so this is great news!
Look at this gorgeous rendition of Tiny Tim, the late ukulele player and respectable historian of early 20th century music.
Launched in June 2009 by Irwin Chusid and Barbara Economon in collaboration with the artist, DrewFriedman.net is the exclusive source of fine art prints featuring the works of the iconic illustrator. All prints are personally approved and hand-signed by the artist.
Prints are offered as limited editions in archival-quality formats at affordable prices. All prints are priced in the $150-$200 range upon first release. However, as editions sell down, prices for remaining prints will increase.
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