The next Faile print in their ongoing ‘150 series’ prints is “Turf Wars”. It will be available via a lottery. It is a 12.5″ x 19″ Acrylic, Silkscreen Ink on Lenox 100 Paper, signed/numbered edition of 250 (each unique), and cost $150. Lottery signup starts on Wednesday, April 2nd at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.
“Turf Wars” by Faile. 12.5″ x 19″ Acrylic, Silkscreen Ink. Ed of 250 S/N. $150
There are approximately 6 variants of this print – multiple color variations, hand-painted, stained and printed – all on a nice, thick paper with deckled edges. The backs are pretty sweet on these as well – printed, stamped and embossed.
They will take emails until 10pm this evening, NYC time. They will then randomly pick names from the list until the edition has been met. To purchase a print, enter your name and email address then hit submit anytime from now until 10pm this evening (NYC time).
PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK MAIL BOX for the selection email over the next 24-72 hours!
If you are chosen from the lottery, you will receive an email which includes a Secret Code by 10am (NYC time) tomorrow. The code along with your email address will be used to log-in to a secure website to make the purchase. You will have 12 hours to finalize the purchase after the code email is sent.
If not all prints are purchased by the first group in the edition size, a second round of emails will go out until all orders in the edition size are finalized. This will be limited to one print per person. This means that you could receive an email invoice 12, 24, 36 hours etc. after the initial release. So please be patient. We will inform everyone who submitted and email address once the edition is completely Sold Out. Again, please check your junk mail box as many emails go there.
D*Face will have a new print available soon titled, “Going Everywhere Fast” via Prints On Wood. It is a 44″ x 27″ print on wood with a reflective chrome layer, signed/numbered edition of 10, and cost $1,500. On sale Thursday, April 3rd HERE.
“Going Everywhere Fast” by D*Face. 44″ x 27″ Print on wood. Ed of 10 S/N. $1,500
Zach Johnsen has a new print available titled, “LSD”. Trippy! It is a 20″ x 30″ Giclee, signed/numbered edition of 50, and cost $75. On sale now HERE.
“LSD” by Zach Johnsen. 20″ x 30″ Giclee. Ed of 50 S/N. $75
Emek will have “Widespread Panic – Portland, OR 2014″ gig posters available soon. It is a 18″ x 25” Screenprint, signed/numbered Artist Edition of 100, and cost $85.
On sale Thursday, April 3rd sometime between 12pm – 12:30pm PDT HERE.
“Widespread Panic – Portland, OR 2014″ by Emek. 18″ x 25” Screenprint. Artist edition of 100 S/N. $85
Hua Tunan will have a new print available soon titled, “Night Owl” via StreetArtNews. It is a 50 x 70cm Giclee, hand-finished, signed/numbered edition of 35, and cost £165 ($275US).
On sale Thursday, April 3rd at 4pm UK time (8am PDT) HERE.
“Night Owl” by Hua Tunan. 50 x 70cm Giclee, hand-finished. Ed of 35 S/N. £165 ($275US)
K Guy will have a new print available soon titled, “In God We Trust”. It is a 29.5″ x 20.5″ 5-color Screenprint w/ spot varnish, signed/numbered and available in 2 colorways: Patriot (Ed of 50, £150) and Combat (Ed of 25, £175) editions.
On sale Wednesday, April 2nd at 12pm UK time (4am PDT) HERE.
Adam Pobiak will have “Goat – Wandering Westward Tour 2014” gig posters available soon. It is an A2 sized Screenprint available in Regular editions and multiple variants.
All on sale Wednesday, April 2nd at 4pm UK time (8am PDT) HERE.
“Goat – Wandering Westward Tour 2014” by Adam Pobiak. A2 Screenprint.
Gallery Openings / Exhibitions
In collaboration with Chicago’s Galerie F, D.C.-based artist Tracie Ching debuts her solo exhibition, Well Read.
Well Read investigates the relationship between contemporary films and the literary classics from which they are derived. In this body of work Tracie Ching explores different novels that have spawned successful film counterparts, creating her own interpretations which carefully adhere to their respective stories. The show itself is a response to the use of source material and the effects that different visual representations have on them over time.
Every representation, including Tracie’s, is a result of applying different filters to a piece of work that has become larger than the creator could have ever imagined. While the film industry may introduce aesthetic, thematic, or even plot changes, Tracie attempts to stay close to the original source material while applying aesthetics attributed to the time period of each novel. Limited edition silk screen prints accompanied by letterpress bookmarks and custom bound books will be available. A portion of all proceeds from the show will be donated to Reading is Fundamental, the largest children’s literacy nonprofit in the United States (rif.org).
Opening reception Friday March 28th 2014 from 6p to 10p.
***Online sale on Monday, March 31st at 2pm Central (12pm PDT) HERE.