Artists whose process makes it difficult to find published original art
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I am a fan of Andrea Sorrentino but having a difficult time finding original art to some of my favorite published pages, example anything from the secret empire or Old Man run. 

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Try finding Saga pages - they are all 100% digital. Fie on you Fiona Staples! :)

I'd have paid a lot for a certain page with Lying Cat.

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lol. Where do I start?

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29 minutes ago, Bill C said:

lol. Where do I start?

At the beginning. 

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1 minute ago, Blastaar said:

At the beginning. 

There's no real beginning to this, just a world of frustration, heh.

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Who was it here that got ahold of some Dave McKean Sandman covers?

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I owned a couple at one time. What about them? Those have been available at one tomeor another over the years. At least the early years.

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5 hours ago, ESeffinga said:

I owned a couple at one time. What about them? Those have been available at one tomeor another over the years. At least the early years.

Bringing those up as several are elaborate and include staging. 

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But it’s not so much the process or staging that makes them hard to find. It’s the desirability and that collectors have them locked up in their collections. Same as any other art.

The staging makes shipping them more tedious than just making sure they are packed flat and don’t bend in the mail, sure.

And the low quantity of physical pieces makes them change hands far less often then they might. But it’s the same pressures as any other art, from what I can tell. Supply, demand.

 

 

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