“Fringe” by Joshua Budich is the sixth print in the Fringe Benefit Screen Print Series released in honor of the hit FOX television show Fringe’s fifth and final season. While the series' first five prints were based on an episode’s case (aka fringe event) selected by fan voting at the Fringe Benefit website, Budich’s print ends the series masterfully with a beautiful image featuring the show’s extended cast. What’s not to love about Budich’s print, it’s even got Leonard Nimoy’s William Bell! I do wish it included Kirk Acevedo's Charlie Francis and Seth Gabel's Lincoln Lee though. The Blot's still holding out hope both characters will reappear in the show’s last 3 episodes.
Joshua Budich’s limited edition 4 color screen print “Fringe” measures 18”x24”, has a run size of 150 pieces (only 100 available for purchase) and comes hand numbered. The print retails for $30 each and can be purchased here.
To celebrate and honor the fifth and final season of Fringe, six of Gallery 1988’s most sought after artists and designers have been commissioned to create screenprints depicting some of the series' most memorable cases. All profits from the Fringe Benefits project will be donated to The Mission Continues, an amazing charity that encourages and aids volunteerism by disabled and wounded veterans. These screenprints are hand-pulled, each its own individual work of art, in an edition of just 150, with only 100 available to the public through this project. Once the edition is sold out, they will never be printed again.