Jose Parla’s new prints (previewed) look pretty nice framed and are still tempting despite the price point. Elms Lester put on a little event to commemorate the release last weekend that included an exhibition of new and old prints by Parla. Take a look at all the pics after the jump…
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As we reported last month, the “HK Venture” exhibition featured an artist whose work left a lasting impression in our minds – Jeremy Geddes. The Melbourne-based artist has worked in illustration and comics, picking up a Spectrum Gold Award along the way. His new body of work features cosmonauts, seemingly weightless like in space, but suspended in urban environments instead. Take a look at the pics from the exhibition after the jump as well as two prints that were recently released…
AM recently visited the Master Printers over at Modern Multiples studio in Los Angeles as they were printing the latest offering by UK street art superstar D*Face (interviewed). Following the success of his previous print with the acclaimed studio, “Un-American Graffiti,” D*Face came correct with this second release, appeasing fans by releasing the “Coke Riot” image from his previous Jonathan LeVine show. “Coke Riot” was released yesterday at StolenSpace in either metal or wood editions, with a paper edition of 50 soon to come. Full […]
Fans of Jose Parla’s urban calligraphy have three more reasons to be happy as word came out this week of three limited edition prints that will be released next month at Elms Lester. The London gallery will be holding a special event on December 5th to commemorate the release of the giclees (with over-layering of Parla’s trademark, free-flowing calligraphic markings using multiple hand printed silk-screens). All three will be editions of 100 and priced from £750 – £850. Images after the jump…
The ever evolving street artist Above (interviewed) has just released in his online store a stunning new print of his Valentines Day image from earlier this year. Composed of 12 colors, this screenprint measures in at an impressive 22″ x 30″ (55cm. X 76cm.), comes hand embossed, numbered and signed. With two variants accompanying the release (the hand embellished one is already sold out), expect there to be something for any Above fan. Pictures of the variant editions after the jump.
This Friday (Nov. 11th: 7-10pm), Gallery 1988 is hosting a special one night only event with the boys at Mondo called “Badass Cinema.” The show will showcase their cinema inspired cult classics which they famously reinterpret with their sold out print releases. There will be some exclusive limited editions prints made just for this event and if you get lucky, you may be able to snag some of the sold out rare ones that will be made available at the show. There will also be live art performances by Kevin Tong, Harry […]
With WK Interact’s latest body of work currently showing at Subliminal Projects (covered), it’s no surprise that SP has decided to release a few of the remaining Shepard Fairey X WK Interact “Revolution Girl” screen prints from 2007. The print is signed by both Shepard and WK, measures in at 18″ X 24″ and can be found here.
Acclaimed poster artist, Tyler Stout, has quietly dropped the few remaining copies of his “Inglourious Basterds” print. The 24″x36″ six color screenprint was originally released for the VIP opening of the film at the renowned Alamo Drafthouse, which interestingly enough, featured Quintin Tarantino in attendance. In an effort to raise some funds, Stout has decided to sell his personal stash, including the much sought after variant edition as well as his Artist Proofs. All four editions are available now in limited quantities through his online […]
Today, at 11am Eastern, The BLDG will be releasing a new 6-color hand-pulled screenprint by Jim Houser. The print, created for his show “Make Room for the Emptiness” at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery (covered) is 11″ x 14″Â in an edition of 200. Get it for the very reasonable price of $75 here. Additional pics after the jump.
Immediately following the Green Day “Art of Rock” show (covered) at StolenSpace, UK artist and gallerist D*Face (interviewed) has come back stateside to pay a visit to the master printers over at Modern Multiples in Los Angeles. “UnAmerican Graffiti,” which you may remember from his “Ludovico Aversion Therapy” (covered) show at Jonathan LeVine last month, is currently being made into an impressive 21 color screen print. Measuring 34″ X 48,” this serigraph is true to size and will be limited to a run of 100 […]