Illustrator Aaron Horkey has some of the best linework out there. Known for his incredibly detailed gigposters and artprints, he recently jumped into the realm of lino-wood cuts translating his movie-themed "True Grit" print into a limited run of 33 boards. Each board took 2 hours to etch and was hand-dyed as seen in the process video below created by Patrick Kawahara. I find it odd that Horkey would splurge and create such an amazing piece to have it tied to a random movie instead of a stand alone art piece, but it is gorgeous none the less.
Final boards are 14-3/4" x 36"... laser-etched number on the back as well as laser cut box for hanging w/out a frame. Sounds like alot of thought went into this one. They are available for $450 this Friday, via MondoTees.