Several days ago, Yoskay Yamamoto (interviewed) released more iterations of his “Sunny Flower” series. The potted blooms are customized with the Los Angeles-based artist’s signature facial features and take inspiration from his job during college was delivering bouquets in Santa Barbara. Priced between $150 – $200, these whimsical pieces are an easy way to add something to your collection from Yamamoto. Head here if you are interested in picking one up. Discuss Yoskay Yamamoto here.
Category Archives: Releases
Those who followed our coverage of Baby Tattooville last year probably remember one of the prized possessions attendees received during the event – a plate designed by Mark Ryden (interviewed). Featuring his iconic imagery, the “Surrealist Plate” was used during the special dinner prepared for the Surrealistic Ball (covered) he hosted with Marion Peck on the final night. Porterhouse has now made this collectible plate available starting on 8 am on February 12th for $250. Details can be found here. Discuss Mark Ryden here.
The Montresso Foundation recently released a publication that presents a collaboration with Hendrik Beikirch aka ECB entitled Tracing Morocco. This project included an artistic residency at Jardin Rouge a dozen times since June 2014 during which he created 22 portraits that were showin in Zurich, Cologne, Tolouse, Völklinger and finally at the official book launch in Marrakesh in December of 2015. The book features a collection of Beikirch’s portraits of Moroccan men and women. Paying a tribute to the locals, as well as the mankind in general, the German artist captured these everyday people telling their […]
On January 26th, James Jean (interviewed) will be celebrating Chinese New Year a little early with the release of the Year of the Monkey print. The signed and numbered time-limited edition will be available available for one hour only, starting at 8:00 AM PST. The price will be $200 and for those interested, you can head over here to Jean’s webstore for more details. Discuss James Jean here.
Fans of Charlie Immer’s work can now purchase The Funk Of 40,000 Years, a print just released through 1xRUN. The image is taken from Lyric 3, a show last year at the Inner State Gallery that was musically themed and curated by Glenn Barr. Immer was inspired by the song Thriller by Michael Jackson to paint this piece and included one of his signature skeletons painted in his characteristic style. Head over here if you want to add this to your collection. Discuss Charlie Immer here.
After working with Apple on promoting the new Apple Pencil and iPad Pro with some amazing digital artwork, James Jean (interviewed) recently revealed a new Year of the Monkey piece to his fans (seen below). With Chinese New Year coming up in about a month, the monkey must have been on his mind as he also collaborated with Beats By Dre on a new similarly themed design for their Solo 2 wireless headphones. For those in Shanghai, Jean will also be making an appearance at the Pudong Apple […]
Recently, Lawrence “Naturel” Atoigue released a series of prints through 1xRUN inspired by his love for Star Wars. First up was a new Guernica x Star Wars mash up artwork (seen above) for a new track from legendary producer Timbaland and Illmind. This new print is now available along with other similarly themed editions that he has been making available here. He states – “Like many Star Wars fans eagerly awaiting the next installment of the Star Wars Saga, I took the last few weeks and caught up on all […]
Common Artist Project has recently collaborated with another artist with what looks to be their most complete apparel collection to date. Featuring the distinctive imagery of Skullphone, the new line includes options like shirts, pullovers, hoodies for both men & women. As always, everything is limited-edition, so don’t wait too long if you see something that interests you. Head over here if you want to make a purchase. Discuss Skullphone here.
You may remember earlier this year during the NuArt Festival, Ernest Zacharevic painted a mural (seen below) in Stavenger referencing the Norwegian cross-stitch with the twist being the burning house. For this holiday season, he has teamed up with his partner-in-crime, Sheena Liam, to create a series entitled Norwegian Bubble of 12 individual frames that they are making available thru email – [email protected] Each one was used to create an animation that can be viewed here as well. Photo credit: Ian Cox (mural image). Discuss Ernest Zacharevic here.
Earlier this year, you may have noticed some of the delicate mask sculptures Candice Tripp (interviewed) created for her show in Newcastle. These facial disguises are a reoccurring motif in her imagery and her characters can be seen cavorting around with them on in her dark narratives. Luckily for fans of the UK-based artist who took a liking to these, she has started a timed release for six versions of these masks that can be ordered here until noon on January 21st (GMT). Each piece will be […]