“Her, Brain Thinks Bomb Like” by Miss Bugs

Miss Bugs will have a new print available soon titled, “Her, Brain Thinks Bomb Like”. It is a 17.3″ x 26″ silkscreen / stencil / hand acrylic print and is available in Blue and Red colorways. On sale Thursday, February 25th at 4:30pm GMT (8:30am PST) HERE.

miss bugs Her, Brain Thinks Bomb Like blue

“Her, Brain Thinks Bomb Like” by Miss Bugs. 17.3″ x 26″ silkscreen / stencil / hand acrylic. Ed of 30 S/N. £220 ($310) (Blue)

miss bugs Her, Brain Thinks Bomb Like red

“Her, Brain Thinks Bomb Like” by Miss Bugs. 17.3″ x 26″ silkscreen / stencil / hand acrylic. Ed of 10 S/N. £245 ($346) (Red)

“Sakana Otoko” by Daisuke Kimura

Daisuke Kimura has a new print available titled, “Sakana Otoko” via Zigame. It is a 386 x 544mm 5-color Screenprint and is available in 3 colorways. On sale now HERE.

"Sakana Otoko" by Daisuke Kimura.  386 x 544mm 5-color Screenprint.  Ed of 15 S/N.  $100 (Washi)

“Sakana Otoko” by Daisuke Kimura. 386 x 544mm 5-color Screenprint. Ed of 15 S/N. $100 (Washi)

"Sakana Otoko" by Daisuke Kimura.  386 x 544mm 5-color Screenprint.  Ed of 25 S/N.  $80 (Gold)

“Sakana Otoko” by Daisuke Kimura. 386 x 544mm 5-color Screenprint. Ed of 25 S/N. $80 (Gold)

"Sakana Otoko" by Daisuke Kimura.  386 x 544mm 5-color Screenprint.  Ed of 50 S/N.  $50 (Cream)

“Sakana Otoko” by Daisuke Kimura. 386 x 544mm 5-color Screenprint. Ed of 50 S/N. $50 (Cream)

Exhibition Opening: Viktor Freso @ 5 Pieces Gallery

5 Pieces Gallery is pleased to show these great artworks by one of the leading Slovakian artists of our time. The exhibition will run at www.5piecesgallery.com from today until March 15 2016. 10% off for 5 Pieces Gallery members.

Viktor Freso (1974, Bratislava/Slovakia) presents a collection of paintings directly following the artist´s sculptural objects that ranked him among the leading Slovak and Central European artists. Viktor Freso continues in connecting material, form, colour and volume, and plays with the antonyms of resistance and fragility. The artist erases basic contours of material that is being gradually uncovered and “dressed” in completely new forms, thus receiving a new identity. The artist´s creative approach can be aptly characterised by a Japanese concept of “miegakure”, which includes two antonyms: “hide” and “reveal”. Viktor Freso lives and works in Bratislava/Slovakia. © Zuzana Pacakova

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