The latest set of color woodcut prints by Tom Hück, "The Four Seasons" will be published by Evil Prints during all of 2019.

We are now offering pre-publication subscription pricing to collectors. For a short time only, collectors can reserve their set of 4 prints for the subscriber price of 3600.00 (40% off the later retail value). This set includes all 4 woodcuts: Summer, Winter, Spring, & Fall. Subscribers will receive each print upon their completion throughout 2019, while the new print "Summer" will be sent immediately. Each color woodcut measures 15"x 20", is printed on Okawara paper, and is from a limited edition of 25. Only 10 from the each edition will be available at the pre-publication price. Offer expires May 1, 2019.

Subscribers will receive a password to access special online updates and behind the scenes progress of the making of the series at www.evilprints.com

"Summer" is also now available for purchase individually. Please visit Printed-editions.com for more info.

For more information or to reserve your set now email Evil Prints: evilheadcrew@gmail.com


Season's Greetings from St Louis’s OLDEST INDEPENDENT Shop.
December 14th kicks off our yearly Holiday Sale!

Looking for great gift ideas? Come check out fine art prints, shirts, posters, stickers, and buttons made by Tom Huck and the Evil Prints Crew.

First 50 purchases get a FREE limited edition print made by Tom Huck himself. We will also be raffling off some amazing prizes on December 14th (EP Christmas Party). Each ticket has a chance to win a War Wiggler Box and a Mystery Box from the Evil Prints Crew. Tickets are $1, winning tickets will be drawn at 9pm on the first night of the sale.

Evil Prints is located at 1931 Washington ave St. Louis, MO 63103. Off the corner of Washington ave and 20th street next to Bootleggin' BBQ.






The Michael C. Carlos Museum @ Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia will be hosting an exhibition of Albrecht Dürer and Tom Hück’s woodcut prints TOGETHER beginning February 16 2019 and running thru June! Curated by Andi Mckenzie, the exhibition entitled “Rival Cuts: Process & Technique in Prints by Tom Huck and Albrecht Durer” will feature many major works in the woodcut medium by both artists.  Since the age of 13 - Tom Huck has long proclaimed his fascination and hero worship of the great printmaker Albrecht Durer and this exhibition will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to see that influence play out on the walls at the Carlos Museum!  There will also be many public printmaking events in and around Atlanta during the opening week of this monumental show so stay tuned for more announcements SOON right here, as well as at carlos.emory.edu.  In the meantime feast your eyes on a couple of vids about Durer’s “Triumphant Arch” and Hucks latest project…….of course influenced by Durer!


Tom Huck will be heading to Aberdeen, Scotland for the first period of a 2 year residency, where he will be working on the next big woodcut triptych entitled "A Monkey Mountain Chronicle".  Beginning on August 15- Peacock Visual Arts will be hosting and collaborating with Huck on a large scale, functional (!) woodcut triptych on paper.  The new work is projected to be about FAT AMERICA, GUNS, & CONSPIRACY THEORIES.........of course!  Check back here for updates and for EXCLUSIVE behind the scenes VIP access throughout the entire making of this project BECOME A VIP PATRON at our new PATREON SITE!  

Check out the Press release from Peacock Visual Arts:  

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Tom Huck’s “Brandy Baghead” @ Art on Paper Fair


C. G. Boerner Gallery is featuring Tom Huck’s epic “The Transformation of Brandy Baghead” at the Art on Paper Fair this week, at Pier 36 in NYC.  Visit booth 511 and experience Brandy in all her black and white horrifying majesty!  .  The fourth edition of Art on Paper will include 85 national and international galleries presenting photography, drawing, sculpture, and large-scale installations – all from, by, or on paper – and all challenging the notion of what a work on paper can be.  For more info visit http://thepaperfair.com/ny


FRIDAY NIGHT @  C.G. Boerner - "The Monumental Triptychs of Tom Huck" opens during NY Print Week!  In honor of this stupendous occasion were pleased to offer a commemorative poster printed and designed  by the LEGENDARY Hatch Show Print in Nashville, TN!  Those special ultra super VIPs in attendance can snag one on Friday night (just ask someone in charge!)  Only 100 or so available! Thanks Hatch Show Print, ESPECIALLY Carl Carbonell and Celene Aubry  for making it happen.  See you Friday night!



Here is a new video short of the making of the center panel from TOM HUCK'S "ELECTRIC BALONEYLAND" woodcut triptych.  See it live and in person at C. G. Boerner Oct. 27, where it will debut at the exhibition "Booger Stew: The Monumental Triptychs of Tom Huck (I-III)", during New York Print Week!  After 3 1/2 years of drawing and carving, Tom Huck's EPIC new masterpiece of woodcut printmaking is ready to conquer the big apple!  Find out more about New York print week HERE.  Read the official press release.



Evil Prints is pleased to announce an exhibition entitled "Booger Stew: The Monumental Triptychs of Tom Huck" at the legendary print dealer/gallery C. G. Boerner during New York Print Week 2017.  This exhibition, Huck's first in NY in over 12 years, will feature all three of his monumental woodcut triptychs created from 2009 until now.  Highlighted will be the new large scale woodcut triptych "Electric Baloneyland" which will be making its debut in all its color glory.  Be sure and stop by the opening from 7-10 on October 27 and also check out an accompanying show entitled "The Hour of the Little Cocktail: Drink in Print Now and Then"- which features alcohol themed prints from the 1500's to the 21st century. How Perfect!

C.G. Boerner
526 West 26th Street Rm 304
New York, NY 10001

Opening Reception October 27 7-10 PM

11 AM – 6 PM

Poster printed by Hatch Show Print, Nashville TN

Poster printed by Hatch Show Print, Nashville TN


Carlos Hernandez and Bill Fick, in true outlaw fashion, are hijacking Tom Huck's Printbangerz Ball for INKBANGERZ -- a one day only Speedball Art Demo. Join us at Evil Prints on Saturday, August 5 from 10AM - 12PM. Get yourself a LIMITED EDITION commemorative INKBANGERZ poster, printed on Arnhem 1618 paper (while supplies last)



Presenting this one time only opportunity to snag all of the latest poster creations from Tom Huck's Evil Prints!  This amazing package includes the nearly sold out A Perfect Circle 4/20 Saint Louis poster, Weiner Mania and The Feast of Ota Benga that were featured during the World's Fare, The Mother of all Bugz, The Cat-Lanta poster, as well as an extra special mystery poster (not pictured) featuring a new EPIC project! 

There is currently only one poster pack available! DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE! 

Click the banner below to order now! 


For 20 years, the soundtrack to Evil Prints has always been Motorhead. Tom Huck has combined his legendary Evil Head with the legendary Snaggletooth. A match made in metal printmaking heaven. 

For a limited time only Evil Prints is proud to present this special "EvilMotorhead" t-shirt. Only 50 will be made, so get yours before they're gone! Hand printed at Evil Prints in Saint Louis, MO.

Click the banner below to pre-order now! 

"The Great War-Madillo" HAS ARRIVED!

"The Great War-Madillo" is the new color woodcut by Tom Huck, recently published by the UNO Print Workshop @ The University of Nebraska-Omaha.  Inspired by Albrecht Durer's  famous 1515 "Rhinoceros" woodcut, Huck uses the struggles of the Armadillo as a metaphor for todays many controversies - politically and socially.  "War-Madillo" is printed on Kitakata paper in an edition of 40.  The print sheet size is 16"x18".

We are offering early bird pricing on this soon to be very rare print.  Visit our web store and add this amazing print to your collection for the discounted price of $1250.00 for a limited time only.

"The Great War-Madillo" will be a unique, fantastic, and historic addition to your growing print collection.  Get yours before it becomes EXTINCT!


Evil Prints @ A Night Market!

ST. LOUIS, MO - Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - May’s Place, St. Louis vintage and antique boutique, is set to host Night Market at The Ready Room in The Grove on Friday, March 24 from 6 to 11PM. Night Market boasts a unique opportunity to shop from some of the best vintage, handmade and locally produced items St. Louis has to offer. From vintage clothing and housewares, to handmade jewelry, leather goods, candles, food, drink, tarot readings, and more--all can be found under one roof at Night Market.


Co-owner of May’s Place and host of event Katie May commented, “With the Night Market, I’m looking to highlight some of the fantastic makers, merchants, and collectors around town doing interesting things and doing them well.”

A variety of vendors carefully curated by Katie of May’s Place will be brought together for an exciting evening of shopping and socializing at Night Market. Night Market will offer shopping from May's Place, Future Ancestor, Knife & Flag Survival Union, Black Arrow Exchange, Rabbits and Rags, Living Collective, Lonesome Traveler, Metal Institution, Golden Gems, Philomena + Ruth, Pop & Pop Vintage, The Wind and The Sun, Crimson Serpents Leather Goods, Lady Von Black, Highwaykind Supply, Butterlove by LC, Fable & Lore, and more. Prints by local artists Theresa Moher and Basil Kincaid will be available, as well as a live print demo by Tom Huck's Evil Prints. Plus, Ellen of Tarot St. Louis will be doing $10 Tarot readings from 7 to 11PM.


In addition to the lineup of local vendors and artists, Night Market welcomes special guest Guerilla Street Food, a Filipino-inspired street food truck as seen on Diner's Drive-In's & Dives. Guerilla Street Food will be parked outside the event where food can be purchased. The Ready Room will be serving drinks and local brews for purchase throughout the night. Night Market is free and open for all to attend.


“Where you spend your money makes a big impact. When we support folks doing wonderful things within our own community, then we all thrive together,” Katie May commented.


Located at the corner of Bradley & Ivanhoe Ave, in the South St. Louis neighborhood of Lindenwood Park, May's Place offers a unique variety of antiques, vintage, and locally produced goods. They sell a little bit of everything from vintage clothing and accessories for both men and women, vinyl records, vintage housewares, and antique collectables. In addition to vintage and antiques, May's Place carries a variety of locally made goods, like coffee, soy candles, apothecary items, jewelry,  and greeting cards. Their local offerings help support craftspeople and artists in the St. Louis community and make great gifts as well.  May's Place is owned by Katie and Andy May. With a passion for vintage, antiques, and sustainability, they lovingly gather and curate the items sold from all across the country to offer customers a unique, sustainable shopping experience.