It was only a matter of time…Â KAWS collectors must be in a frenzy this morning as news breaks of a 4-foot dissected companion.Â No details yet of when this delicious piece of vinyl drops, but we will be sure to let you know when we hear word.
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Tim Biskup has been teasing his collectors with new images of his 7″ Bronze Pollard on his blog.Â We like the new faceted look which mirrors the evolution of style in his paintings.Â The figure will be produced with an edition of 44 and will be stamped and initialed on the feet. With his previous bronze release, the 2″ Iki, costing about $300, fans had better start saving now for the June release. More images after the jump.
ABOVE, the prolific street artist best known for his wooden arrow mobiles, clever wordplay pieces and most recently, his social and political commentary stencils, has long been putting up work throughout the world that both brings huge smiles and invokes serious contemplation. As long time fans, AM was thrilled to gain further insight into ABOVE’s recent work, thoughts on the economic crisis and his whirlwind journey during his “South Central” tour. To coincide with this interview, ABOVE just released a hand-pulled screen print on his […]
My, how time flies.Â The fourth installment in the Grafuck series is set to be released this Saturday, April 11th at Nucleus Gallery. Grafuck 4 features a diverse selection of paintings, photography, and graphic design involving erotic themed art.Â As usual, there a nice mix of well-known and lesser-known artists participating in this year’s exhibition and book release, including James Jean (interviewed) who created the centerfold for this year (seen above). Take a look at the list of artists after the jump.
James Jean (interviewed) has this up for sale, a presumably open edition print of Sally Jupiter of an image he created for the Watchmen movie. Although we are still not sure if Warner Bros was behind the Watchmen graffiti that went up in advance of the movie release, they do get credit for recognizing the talent an artist we know and love.Â The print is 17 x 22″ and priced at $85. Some concept drawings as well as a screen shot of one of the […]
One would think that the Faile collectiveÂ would take a little time off after their bangin’ “Lost in Glimmering Shadows” show last year in the UK (covered), but 2009 is no off-year for them. First, they went on a “Supreme: Urban Beautification” campaign on the streets of Manhattan (reported), and now they have relaunched their website: Faile.net with some fresh designs and some even fresher original works & prints which will be sold exclusively through their online shop. To make things as fair as possible for […]
Hurry… our friends at OMGposters just tipped us off on an imminent release of anÂ awesome “glow in the dark” print of Tyler Stout’s “Welcome Home”. This special charity edition is created to benefit the victims of the recent bushfires in Australia. Half of all profits will be donated directly to the Australian Red Crossâ€™ Bushfire Appeal Fund.Â This exclusive version features an all-new color scheme, which includes four glow in the dark inks.Â Itâ€™s a 16â€³ x 24â€³ screenprint, the price will be $50.Â (Click here […]
Jeremy Fish’s mini show “The Ambush” opened last night at at Fecal Face Gallery in SF. On display was a large wall mural along with some wall wood sculptural pieces (one seen above). Available for purchase was Fish’s largest print to date (22″ x 34″) also entitled “The Ambush” with a run of 30 and reasonably priced for the size at $200.Â Take a look at the print as well as opening photos after the jump…
Good news for Brendan Monroe fans everywhere.Â His new book entitled “b.monroe” has been released, and you can get yourself a signed copy if you are one of the first 30 people to order through his webstore. For those in SF, you can also get Brendan’s autograph by going to the signing and book release party on March 12th at Park Life.Â There will also be some originals displayed there for a week in a mini show ending on the 18th. The 7.25″ x 9.5″ […]
Gallery 1988 LA announced their latest print with Luke Chueh (teased) featuring his “Disintegration” image. Fans who missed out when the painting was first printed as a giclee on canvas last year (limited to 25 pieces) now have the chance to adorn their wall with this great image. Measuring a whopping 25″ x 33″, the giclee print on archival paper is the largest print ever produced by Luke Chueh. The print is an edition of 100, is hand signed and numbered, and will go on […]