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$ 120.00
  • 4 Super Limited Edition Prints (editions of 75 each)
  • Timed Release through 11/10
  • 18x24”  Linoleum Block Prints
  • 20x30” Nepalese Lotka paper with deckled edges
  • Carved and printed by Peter Santa-Maria, aka ATTACKPETER
  • Signed, Stamped, and Hand-Numbered by the Artist
  • Officially licensed by Nickelodeon
  • To ensure the safety of the prints, Lean/Mean/Green prints cannot be combined with past orders
Shipping Q4 2020

It’s no secret that we’re superfans of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, so in celebration of the iam8bit 15th Anniversary, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Skybound and a bunch of really awesome artists for a limited-edition print series. The second installment in the series is a set of 4 prints by the incomparable Peter Santa-Maria of ATTACKPETER, who brings his traditional, ukiyo-inspired style to these linoleum block prints.

What’s a Linoleum Block Print?

Linoleum Block Printing is a printmaking technique where the image is carved out of a sheet of linoleum and then impressed on to paper by either hand or machine. For this series, Peter designed, carved, and printed each piece by hand, using a roller to apply ink to the linoleum and then printing each directly to achieve his signature style. 

What’s a “Timed Release”? 

This means this print will only be available for a very limited time, and its production run will be determined by the number of orders received. After November 10th, 2020, this edition will be closed, and the print will never be produced again. This is, quite literally, your only opportunity to acquire this beauty!


Peter Santa-Maria (ATTACKPETER) is a Miami-based artist and teacher. Working primarily in the process of printmaking, he has gained a dedicated fan following through his artwork, which spans from original designs to pop culture icons. He’s worked for Marvel, Mondo, and Sideshow and is currently an in-house artist at Skybound. 

He is heavily influenced by traditional imagery from Thailand, American traditional tattoo flash, and his peers. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram and can view his printmaking process on his Youtube channel.

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