Hacked By GeNErAL

by JT on December 27, 2016

Hacked By GeNErAL


Limited Edition Print Sale

by JT on November 23, 2016

J.T. Sale Collage

Limited edition sale for prints on display. Mostly new mixed in with a couple of classics. Each print will be available for sale at 50% of for 11×14 Gallery Canvas & 18×24 Gallery Canvas.

Only one at each size will be sold so once it is purchased it is gone.

11×14 Gallery Canvas (originally $250.00) – $125.00

18×24 Gallery Canvas (originally $450.00) – $225.00

Each canvas piece will be numbered and will come with a signed Certificate of Authenticity from the artist J.T. Liss.

Sale ends December 10th.



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“All Around Me” (Note: This print will come in a 13×13 or 21×21 canvas print due to square dimensions).

A Girl VI Web Image





Signs Social Media Image




“Face Value”

Face Value Final IV Web Image



“Untitled” (Manhattan Bridge)

Sunset II Web Image



“Elements III”

Oblique Reality Elements Web Image





Synapses 42x42




“No Sleep”

No Sleep Social Media Image


“Fall Into The Cracks”

Fall into the cracks Web Image II






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