Poster Child Prints recently released some new limited editions from Skullphone as a three part print series. Created in runs of 100, Gold Foil Grid, West Covina and Locksmith are $125, $75, and $50 respectively and come signed and numbered. Each piece features a version of the street artist’s iconic namesake and alternatively can also be purchased as a California Collection set at a discount. Discuss Skullphone here.
Category Archives: Releases
CRACKED BEAR is the latest release from Daniel Arsham, a sculptural edition that invites the participation of the collector. Limited to 500, the bear is made from fabric, plaster, and acrylic paint in an aesthetic that is signature to the New York-based artist’s “Future Archeology” series of works. Once in your hands, he invites you to “to put on the gloves provided and break the plaster reinforcement layer to their desired effect.” Whether you can bring yourself to follow the directions, only you will know once you […]
Coming up on August 18th (5pm – 8pm), KP Projects in Los Angeles will be hosting the release and signing event ([email protected]) for Todd Schorr’s (featured) most comprehensive monograph to date – Neverlasting Miracles. Along with getting the locally-based artist’s autograph, attendees will be able to enjoy some new paintings in preparation for his upcoming exhibition at MOCA Virginia (opening September 21st) where this majestic 69” x 84” piece entitled No Solar Power For Fairyland can be seen. Discuss Todd Schorr here.
This weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, some new figures designed by Joe Ledbetter will be on view at the DC booth. As part of DC Collectibles Artist’s Alley line, the 7″ figures take on the American artist’s signature vector-inspired aesthetic with each character imagined as the animal they are named after (Batman as a bat, Catwoman as a cat, Robin as a bird, and the Penguin as a penguin). Expect these to hit stores in 2019, with a retail price of $60 per figure. He further explains […]
Continuing to create art figures, something his character-based work seems suited for, Luke Chueh (interviewed) recently released a 5 inch “Wannabe” Flocked Dunny. Reprising Kidrobot’s most iconic platform toy, the Los Angeles-based artist reworked the sculpt into a version of his famous “possessed” bear with knife. Mixing the cute with the macabre with Chueh’s signature dark humor, the dunny comes in a generous edition of 1500 and can be purchased here for $55. Discuss Luke Chueh here.
Over the last week or so, Parra started to reveal some new collaborations with Nike including his take on the Zoom Spiridon, & Air Max 1 (including a Friends and Family edition with the lateral swoosh removed and a matching tracksuit). Featuring the palette often employed by the Dutch artists often uses, the new collection utilizes a patchwork of patterns and will be released at select shops on July 21st. Take a look at a promotional video as well as more photos below… A post shared […]
Continuing to target the Asian market through which he has scored some record results as of late, KAWS will be unveiling a project (with support from LOTTE) soon with a return to Korea (see 2016). Along with one of the New York-based artist’s companion figures floating in Seoul’s Seokchon Lake, his Korean fans will also be pleased to know there will be an assortment of associated products released just in time for summer including a replica floating figure, inflatable pool bed, T-shirts, umbrella and towel. The 28 meter high inflatable […]
A couple of days ago, Ernest Zacharevic made this new playful yet emotive intervention on the streets of NYC. Titled Human Flow, the piece was directly inspired by Ai Weiwei’s documentary from which the artist borrowed the title, feeling the urge to produce a work that passes along its important message. The image features a group of little kids floating on safety rings accompanied by picture-book like birds. Painted likely on cutout wood panels, the piece was installed on a color matching blue facade on Metropolitan Avenue in Brooklyn, and […]
Currently available through July 10th, an “Otaku Print Set” featuring the work of Glenn Barr is available at 1xRUN. Compiling four 11 x 13″ prints together (Used Heroes, Godzilla’s Ghost, Astro Defiance, Monster Zero), the Detroit-based artist has created images that fanboys will instantly notice with characters like Astroboy, Ultraman, and Godzilla populating his surreal world. The signed and numbered examples of Barr’s retro-futuristic style can be had for $50 and can be purchased here for those interested. Discuss Glenn Barr here.
Art historian Hector Campbell recently sat down with British artist Gary Stranger to discuss his background in graffiti, artistic and commercial collaboration, the evolution of his gallery work, and his experiences with curation. Gary also recently teamed up with art collective Fluorescent Smogg to release a new limited edition sculpture and print set (seen above), available here. Enjoy the questions and answers below… Hector Campbell (HC): Hailing from a graffiti background, as part of the MSK crew, you have a long history of painting on the […]