Kevin Bannister recently had a show at the Phone Booth Gallery. His show print, “Modern Convenience” is a three color screenprint on Eclipse Black 80lb. Cover, This print measures 24 x 24 inches and is signed/numbered by Kevin. You can pick these up at the Phone Booth Gallery.
Great to hear Mr. Brainwash has some new works available. His two new prints are titled “Jackson Pollock” and “33rd St”. “Jackson Pollock” is a limited run of 50 prints and measures 22 x 30 inches. Each print is signed/numbered and uniquely finished. “33rd St” is a 15 color screen print that measures 22 x 30 inches and is limited to 50 pieces. “Jackson Pollock” will be available on Wednesday, March 11th and “33rd St” will be available on Wednesday, March 18th. You can pick these up at Mr. Brainwash. I will also keep you guys updated in the forum on the exact drop time.
This Thursday, March 12th, Shepard Fairey will be releasing his newest edition, “Guerilla One”. Guerilla One & The Seventh Letter teamed up with Shepard to bring you this intense piece of art. This print will be available at Obey Giant. I’m run sure of the edition size or measurements, but I’f I had to guess I would say 18 x 24 inches ed. 450. I will keep you guys updated in the forum with the exact time these drop.
Thought I would show these prints off as well. I need to get my hands on these as well. House industries released three variants of their Phish Hampton print. These are four the three nights in Hampton, VA for Phish’s comeback shows. Each variant is a run of 950 and broken up to be sold each night of the show. I will certainly keep you all updated if any of these come available for sale.
Being a big Phish fan it is quite an honor to post about the new Jim Pollock print. Word is these are for sale each night of Phish’s three night run in Hampton, VA (250 sold a night for a run of 750). I don’t know if any will be for sale on Phish.com after the shows, but if I hear anything I will certainly let you know. For now, enjoy the eye candy!
Dan is back at it, this time with a new art print. “Ash” is a 3 color screenprint thats printed on Stonehenge Cream and White 100% Rag paper in editions of 125 (Metallic Copper/Gold & Metallic Blue/Silver editions). This print is measures 22 x 30 inches and can be picked up in Dan’s shop.
Looks like Shepard just dropped a secret edition of his Japanese Fabric Pattern set. This set is black & cream and limited to 100 sets. Sad to say, but these will probably be gone by the time you read this. Visit Obey Giant to pick one up!
Marq recently did two new gig posters for Witch/Earthless and the Swedish band Efterklang. Witch/Earthless is a screen print that measures 15 x 23 inches. Efterlang’s screen print measures 12 x 24 inches and was for their show in Visalia, CA. You can pick these up along with Marq’s other creations at MarqSpusta.com
“FOCUS!” A Photography Show
Friday March 6th, 7pm
Adam Wallacavage, Andrew Hetherington, Aspen Mays, Brian Finke, Bryan Sheffield, Chris Hornbecker, Cobrasnake, Dan Monick, Dave Bullock, Dave Robertson, David Emmite, David Stuart, Eli McFadden, Garry Owens, Jan VanHolleben , Josh Cole, Keegan Gibbs, Kevin German, Kevin Knight, Matthew Genitempo, Peter Beste, Phil Toledano, Ricky Powell, Rod Mclean, Shawn Brackbill, Shen Wei, Shiho Fukada, Slinkachu, Tony Law
T&P Fine Art, 1143 South 9th Street, Philly.
most of the art is up at www.tandpfineart.com
I love this guys stuff! You should check his new print titled, “Las Ganas Son Gratis”. Printed in four colors and measures 18 x 24 inches. This gem is a small run of 40 and will cost you 65 shipped. You can pick one of these up by emailing Ernesto directly at email@example.com
Here is a little more info about the print:
This new print titled Las Ganas Son Gratis is based on a photo I shot last year in East LA (Boyle Heights) along Cesar Chavez Blvd. The phrase and name of the piece “Las Ganas Son Gratis” translates to “motivation/desire is free”, which is a message to all those that think that they cant do what they want because of excuses. A lot of my Mexican/Amercian and Chicano people and just people in general suffer from conformity and never take a chance to reconsider their success level. To me success is not measured in money or how dope your ride is but just doing what I wish on my own terms regardless of funds. Everyone has their own perspective of what success means to them but some people let excuses get in their way of meeting that success. I come across a lot of friends and even people in my family who rather work their retail job that go to college and really chase their dreams just because they feel like they don’t have enough money to goto school or they think they are going to fail or just random excuses. To them I say “Las Ganas Son Gratis”. If you want to go to school, buy a house, or even change the world, just use some Ganas and start working towards that eventually it will become reality. The reason I chose this portrait to illustrate is because I felt that this musician really does what he wants, being a street musician in East LA is not the most common or traditional way of getting by but that doesn’t seem to scare this guy. Just 2 weeks ago I went to East LA and i saw him walking down Cesar Chavez with his instrument and I was inspired to make a piece from the photo I had shot a year in advance. Thanks for bearing with me on the preachyness but thats the truth behind this print.