No Signal

No Signal

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90's themed print based on drive through cinemas.

Colourful and playful, the scene shows a variety of characters interacting with each other and enjoying a nice night out at the theatre. Life's easy in California. But... wait! What's happened to the screen? Is it a technical problem? Is it some kind of prank? Is it the movie? Nope. It's the future! It's coming to take everything analog from us.

▪︎ Exclusive to Nine By Nine
▪︎ Only 50 limited edition prints per size
▪︎ High quality A2 or A3 archival Giclée print
▪︎ 210gsm Hahnemühle matt-coated paper
▪︎ Includes signed certificate of authenticity

Worldwide shipping available
▪︎ 3-5 working days for prints
▪︎ 5-8 working days for print + frame

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Hand crafted frames

We've partnered with one of the UK's leading art framers to bring you custom made, beautifully crafted frames for your new print. All frames are custom made here in the UK using new technology and old school craftsmanship. These high quality, totally custom frames will last a lifetime.



Your frame comes with Clarity+ glazing. Although this material is more expensive than glass, it's used in your frame because it offers superior UV protection, is far safer and is beautifully clear.

Backing & Fixings

Your frame arrives ready to hang, with a backing board and hanging kit.


Our supplier

Our supplier is recognised by the Fine Art Trade Guild. All custom made frames have tightly pinned corners, contain crystal clear Clarity+ glazing and are made from precision cut real wood.


Our promises

Made to order

Every product is individually produced in England, allow
3-5 days for delivery and a little longer for framed prints.

High quality

All of our prints are produced using an archival Giclée method on 210gsm Hahnemühle matt paper.

Artist support

All artists receive a fair commission on every print sold which helps them to keep doing what they do best.

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You can purchase through Paypal, Apple Pay or any major credit card. Payments are all SSL encrypted.


We offer returns on any items that are damaged in transit. Just get in touch with us as soon as possible.


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I'm Yime (Mario de Santiago), I like to explore social interactions and gather them into quirky and colourful storytelling compositions. Images are the easiest way of spreading ideas, specially in this time in which we are constantly shot with information. I am from Madrid, live in Valencia and enjoy coffee in the morning and beer at night.


Tell us a fun fact about you I couldn't speak english 3 years ago.

How did you get into illustration? I was studying Fine Arts and met Andrés Lozano. He helped me define my career path and encouraged me to keep pushing forward.


Who or what inspires you the most? Satiric artists like Joan Cornellá, Jeff Koons or David Shrigley. Also memes, jokes and social activism.

What does a typical day look like for you? I wake up around 7:30, prepare some coffee and some toast for breakfast, then write down any ideas or thoughts that came up during the night and write a 'to do list'. Then I get to my desk and start working on whatever project I have going on at the time. Lunch break is at 14:30 and then I'm back to work until 21:00. Although, normally evenings are less productive, so I spend some of the last hours of the day sketching ideas and writing stories.

What do you do when you have a creative block? Write a trap song, go out for a beer or take a long walk around the city.

Top three clients you've worked with? ZARA, Starbucks and Central Saint Martins.

What tools (digital or not!) do you use to create your work? Pencil, paper and Rotring for the sketching part. Software and Cintiq for the finals.

What's your favourite resource for inspiration? Everyday life.


Do you have any tips for artists thinking of doing freelance? Don't stress it too much. It kind of just happens, make sure you keep working on something you believe in and things will eventually pop up.

What would your dream project be? Designing either a collection or some custom sneakers for Nike.

How can fans keep up-to-date with your work? Instagram




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