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If you tuned in to AMC's Preacher on Sunday, chances are you swiftly fell in love and are already looking for ways to allow your newfound fandom to blossom. The LA-based pop culture art center Gallery1988 is here to help you with that.

The gallery announced a partnership with AMC to produce limited edition screen prints by some of their favorite artists based on that week's episode. The first one up is Dave Quiggle's piece for the very first episode, which is really rad:

Image Credit: Gallery1988
Image Credit: Gallery1988

Gallery1988 said in a post on its website:

We are so happy to debut our partnership with Sony, AMC and the team behind the highly anticipated new TV show, Preacher. For the past 4 months, we’ve been working with executive producers Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, along with the writers of the show, to hand select their favorite scenes and imagery from upcoming episodes, then employ some of our favorite G1988 artists to create screenprints inspired by those specific script pages. In many of the cases, the scenes hadn’t even been filmed yet, creating a very unique, and unprecedented, collaboration.

The print is limited to 100 and sells for $35 on New prints will be available on the site at 11 p.m. EST/ 8 p.m. PST after its respective episode airs on Sunday night.

Fans of premium print galleries like Mondo will know that they should be quick on the trigger to purchase these pieces, because they'll undoubtedly go fast after every episode. Pretty cool that they're based on the scripts, too, because we'll get to see an artist's own interpretation of the scene and compare it to the final product.

(Source: Gallery1988)


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