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Networkrace-dezert.comThe 2012 General Tire Mint 400 Limited Edition Artist Poster

The Martelli Brothers are proud to present The 2012 General Tire Mint 400 Limited Edition Artist Poster! This years poster features the work of artist Jeral Tidwell of Human Tree – and includes a thrilling image of off-road racer Mikey Childress launching his Class 1 vehicle as originally captured by Mad Media’s Director of Photography, Vincent Knakal. Jeral Tidwell is know for his modern take on classic iconic motorsports imagery including skulls, pin-stripes, and pin-up girls – all laid against killer old school hot rods. This years poster pays tribute to the Mint 400’s thirty plus years of racing history with a nod to both the racers of the past and the present.

These custom 24×32 inch three-color hand screened works of art, are being printed on heavy archival quality acid-free manila cover stock. Each print will be signed and numbered by the artist. Only four hundred prints will be made – making these posters extremely rare collectors items valued at $150 each. Each of this years Mint 400 teams will receive one poster – with the remaining limited stock to be sold here.

In addition to the main poster run, a very special edition of “variants” will be made with a different color paper and ink, for sponsors and VIP’s of the Mint. A mere fifty variants will be created, and will be signed by both the Artist and The Martelli Brothers. The 2012 General Tire Mint 400 variants are valued at $250 each and will not be available for sale.

For all the latest information on The 2012 General Tire Mint 400 visit themint400.com
For more amazing art by Jeral Tidwell visit humantree.com
To see the best photography in off-road visit madmedia.com

Original: race-deZert.com


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