Continuing to spread his iconic sad bear imagery, Luke Chueh (interviewed) recently collaborated with Common Artist Project on a collection of clothing. Featuring a limited edition run of Pullovers, Rib Muscle Tanks, Short Sleeve Tees entitled “Bolt,” the line of clothing with the pink lightning bolt and his most famous character is a homage to Ziggy Stardust. Those interested can head over here to make a purchase. Discuss Luke Chueh here.
Category Archives: Releases
Recently, Alex Gross (interviewed) offered a new print through his website entitled Memory Fragments, the image taken from a painting that recently exhibited in a group show at Koplin Del Rio Gallery in Los Angeles. Limited to a run of 100, the new release will cost $249 with an image size of 23″ x 30″ with a total paper size of 27″ x 34.” Head over here to add it to your collection if interested. Discuss Alex Gross here.
Prolific Russian artist Rustam QBic recently announced the release of his new limited edition print release, Mind Games, will be available on Thursday 14th May at 5PM GMT (12PM New York time) at Unframed store, perfectly timed for upcoming Father’s day in June. Through his meaningful surrealist works, Qbic usually sends out positive messages, which glorifying the power of knowledge, family and other universal values. This particular image symbolizes the importance of parenting through a witty metaphor. Depicting father and son with Rubik’s Cubes for heads, this emotive image shows the […]
Now and through midnight Sunday, Camille Rose Garcia (interviewed) will be randomly giving away five original drawings (seen above) with the purchase of her book Mirror, Black Mirror from her webstore. The 175 page monograph documents seven years of work made by the artist after moving to a cabin in the woods of Northern California and costs $70. Head over here now if you are interested in adding it to your collection. Discuss Camille Rose Garcia here.
James Jean (interviewed) recently announced the preorder for his next book entitled Xenograph. Documenting his work from 2010 to 2014, the monograph will pick up where REBUS left off and also features images of his exquisite pen and ink drawings from his sketchbook. Funds raised for the first printing will go toward the cost of self-publishing for the first time, giving Jean more control over the process. The special box edition has already sold out but all pre-orders of the standard edition will contain a newly designed bookplate, signed and numbered, made […]
Marking the upcoming Main Street exhibition at the Mohammed VI Museum (MMVI) of modern and contemporary art in Rabat, Morocco, Print Them All just announced the release of a limited edition by DALeast (interviewed). As one of the participants of this big expo, the Chinese artist recently spent a couple of days at Idem Studio in Paris, producing his first fine art lithograph. The edition is based on a painting from his last NYC show The Laten Photon (covered) at Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Produced as a 10-color lithograph, this […]
Artists Bäst, Paul Insect, and Rostarr have recently collaborated with a new fashion label, Cocurata, on their inaugural collection. Bringing an urban sensibility to the design, the new line entitled Extraction is a nice start to the company, founded by George Gorrow and George Benias. Their idea was to arrange a “direct exchange between artist and artisan – a street artist working with a jeweler, a sculptor collaborating with a perfumer or a painter creating bespoke, ready to wear pieces – that would result in artwork […]
Working with Prints on Wood, Nick Walker (interviewed) will have a new print on sale tomorrow, April 3rd (1 pm PST), entitled Painting the Town Red / Hong Kong Street Scene Two. Inspired by his associated trips to Hong Kong, the UK-based artist has placed his signature Vandal character smack dab in some iconic HK urban architecture. Produced in an edition of 25, and sized nicely at 30 x 40 inches, it will cost $1000 to add this to your collection. Discuss Nick Walker here.
After painting a sublime mural (covered here) at POW! WOW! Hawaii with his friend Kevin Ancell, SABER (interviewed) went right back to work when he returned to Los Angeles. This new series of originals that he made available on his website is entitled Chrome Whips, created with his reduction style using scratch tools and rags. Created in an edition of 10, sized at 24″ x 34.5″, with each unique – adding this to your collection will cost you $500. Saber further states – “This reductive process is perfect for my […]
We can’t help but be enamored by the book covers that Faile (featured) releases every now and then. Well, the time has come for another opportunity for fans to pick up some relatively affordable works from the Brooklyn-based duo. On Thursday, April 2nd, Noon (NYC Time), they will be making available a special series featuring hand cut vintage papers and silkscreen on found book covers (all unique and framed). Head over here at the appropriate time to add one to your collection. Discuss Faile here.