Rene Gagnon’s latest print is titled “State of Liberty”. It is a 22″ x 30″ 3-color Screenprint, edition of 50, and cost $65. Each print is also hand finished with black spray paint.
On sale now HERE.
***Note, frame not included.
I’m starting to really feel like it’s the holiday season now because the sheer amount of excellent artwork coming up just gets me in that mood.
Tim Oliveira’s latest print “Recurring Dreams of Rita”, is an 18″ x 24″ 3-color Screenprint that is available in 3 variants: Blue/Yellow (Ed of 29), Yellow/Purple (Ed of 24), and Purple/Blue (Ed of 18). They come signed and numbered and cost $43 each including free shipping in the USA! On sale Thursday, November 17th at 7am PST HERE.
***Note: If 2 or 3 of the variants are ordered, Tim will try to send people matching numbers.
Shepard Fairey’s next release titled “God Bless Ozzy Osbourne” is set for a release early this week. Commissioned by Jack Osbourne for an upcoming film about his dad, this print is an 18″ x 24″ Screenprint, edition of 250, and cost $55 signed by Shepard Fairey, or $80 by both Fairey and Ozzy himself! On sale Tuesday, November 15th at random time HERE.
Phone Booth Gallery is pleased to present United Taste of a Miracle, the fourth exhibition by Dutch artist Handiedan. In a new series of tactile, layered collages, the artist continues to interact with the iconography of the pin-up and the mystique of ornament. The exhibition opens with a reception on November 19, from 7-10 PM. This all-ages event will take place at Phone Booth Gallery’s exhibition space, 2533 East Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803.
United Taste of Miracle will remain on view through December 17, both at the exhibition space and on phoneboothgallery.com. In addition to intricate new mixed media works, United Taste of a Miracle will include three large prints, a series of regular print releases and a to-be-announced special release. RSVP HERE.
It’s An Art World
This weeks feature artist is Nature itself. Stunning time lapse footage of an Earth fly over was made using a special low-light 4K-camera by the crew of expedition 28 & 29 onboard the International Space Station from August to October, 2011. No special effects, no computer trickery, just the real world as you see it. And it’s really cool. Check out the vid in HD Fullscreen if you can.