Category Archives: Vinyl

RGG at London Film and Comic Con 2011

We are very happy to say that this July we will be attending this years London Film and Comic Con on the 8th, 9th and 10th July 2011 at Earls Court 2, London, SW5 9TA. We hope to see you all there.

This year we will have a huge range of Limited Edition Silk Screen and Giclee Film and Movie Posters, Music Gig Posters and Designer Vinyl. With over 100 different prints there will be something for everyone. Available framed and unframed.

We are also debuting 5 brand new silk screen prints from Sean Mort, for Back to the Future, Inception and others that have to be seen to be believed. They are extremely limited editions of 50 with only 25 available at the show. So dont miss out.

Inception Sean Mort

Inception Sean Mort

Sean Mort Back To The future

Sean Mort Gaming Revolution

This year the guests attending the event include Karen Gillan (Amy Pond In Doctor Who) Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future) Brent Spiner (Data in Star Trek: TNG) and Christopher Lambert (Highlander) along with many many more

So dont miss the opportunity to see us and get some great LFCC only bargains.

ThreeA Has Arrived!

With no other agenda than “making fun toys and stuff” Kim Fung Wong and Ashley Wood formed ThreeA and have been going from strength to strength ever since. Now we’ve got in on the action and have a whole range of ThreeA amazingness in stock…sneak peak images below!

SPECIAL OFFER! 30% Off full cases of Mini Kid Robot Figures

Faced with a government in chaos, recurring volcanic ash clouds and a ‘spring’ of arctic blasts we felt compelled to brighten things up a bit with a 30% OFF offer on full cases of Kid Robot mini figures. Ignore everything else and cheer yourself up with this fab offer online and instore!

Richard Goodall Gallery is Hiring Gallery Staff Full Time

RGG is Hiring
We are looking for some new full time gallery staff in our Thomas St Location.

If you want to work at the gallery and know your Emek from your Small Stakes, your 3A from your Dunny let us know.
Yes its true we are looking for some new staff. With the ever increasing demands on the gallery we need some more people to work full time in the gallery, so if you ever wanted to get into the art world at the front end, this is the time.

We are looking for full time gallery staff Tuesday to Saturday. You need to be enthusiastic and knowledgeable and good at dealing with customers front line, and working in a dynamic changing hectic at times environment.

This is very much an in touch with the customer position. You need to be Knowledgeable about gig posters and music, know about the vinyl and the art scene, contemporary and low brow. Think Juxtapoz, Hi Fructose, Dangerous Ink, Art of Modern Rock etc.

The role includes all aspects of dealing with the customers, orders, exhibitions and the full gallery life cycyle. You need to be computer literate but this isn’t a desk job by any means.

If you are interested let us know through the contact us page on the website at www.richardgoodallgallery.com/rggstore/contact_us.php

We are looking for someone right now

New From Kidrobot!

When it comes to Kidrobot we’re always leading the charge, and this week is no exception. We’ve got brand new additions to our already frankly gob-smacking collection and they are (drum roll please)…. The Oil Slick Dunny by Skwak, the amazing glow-in-the-dark Munny, Gloomy Zipper Pulls, Mega Munny (white, red or blue), Super-flat key chains and Mini-Munny Glow in the Dark!

As if this wasn’t enough the incomparable Corpsman Labbit and Rainbow Munny are on their merry way to our shelves. We are good to you, we know. Zoom on over to the Richard Goodall Gallery on Thomas Street to get your mitts on one of these shiny new collectibles.

See, Do, Buy! at the Richard Goodall Gallery this Christmas – as recommended!

christmas

The Richard Goodall Gallery is definitely the place to be this Christmas. We think so, and so does the Manchester Christmas Guide Whether it’s visiting our brand new John Lennon exhibition, as recommended in the do section, or you’d like to pick up something truly awesome at the Thomas St store as suggested in the buy section, the Richard Goodall Gallery promises to add some festive flair to your Christmas.