Isle of Dogs art show @ Spoke Art NYC

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

Spoke Art is pleased to present the Isle of Dogs Art Show, an art show tribute to Wes Anderson’s most recent film, Isle of Dogs. A dynamic group exhibition of over eighty five artists, painters, sculptors and print makers, debuting one weekend only in New York City’s Lower East Side.

Isle of Dogs, Wes Anderson’s most recent project, is a stop motion animated film set in a Japanese dystopian future. The story follows a boy’s journey to find his dog after the species is banished to an island following the outbreak of a canine flu. Inspired by the adventurous tale that Anderson brought forth, a select group of artists have created character portraits and highly detailed environments and scenes inspired by Isle of Dogs. Featuring a diverse array of painting, sculpture and limited edition prints, each artist offers their own unique perspective and interpretation of the Wes Anderson film. Sets and puppets from the film will be on display. This whimsical and canine filled pop-up exhibition is an absolute must see.

Please join us Friday, November 9th from 6 – 9pm for the opening reception of the Isle of Dogs Art Show. Some of the artists will be in attendance. For more information, or additional images, please email us at

WHAT : Isle of Dogs Art Show
WHEN : Opening Reception: November 9th, 6 – 9pm I On View: November 9th – 11th, 2018
WHERE : Spoke Art at Parasol Projects I 213 Bowery, New York, NY 10002

“Citizen Kane” by Martin Ansin

Citizen Kane is one of the all time great movies in the history of cinema. The American Film Institute ranks the movie as the greatest film of all time in it’s “100 Greatest Movies List”. In 1941, a young Orson Welles was given unprecedented free rein to make the movie he wanted to make, and in response he “made the greatest movie of all time” in the words of Roger Ebert and countless other movie critics and fans.

Mad Duck is excited to bring you new officially licensed Citizen Kane screenprinted posters with art by the amazing Martin Ansin! There are three different editions available including a wood variant.
On sale Wednesday, December 13th at 12pm Eastern (9am PST) HERE.

“Citizen Kane” by Martin Ansin. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint. Ed of 400 N. $65

“Citizen Kane” by Martin Ansin. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint w/ 2 metallics. Ed of 200 N. $85 (variant)

“Citizen Kane” by Martin Ansin. 24″ x 36″ Screenprint w/ 2 metallics. Ed of 30 N. $250 (Wood variant)

X-Mas Special Offer – Kate Moss Photographs up to 50% off

Kate Garner is doing another X-Mas special with 5 Pieces Gallery to complete her famous black and white editions from her iconic photoshoot with Kate Moss in 1989! The last available prints out of these editions will be exclusively available at 5 Pieces Gallery at reduced prices for a limited time only!

The large black & white 71 x 51 cm prints will be priced at $990 (regular price $1550) and the extra-large black & white 142.24 x 101.6 cm prints will be available for $1990 (regular price $4000) from December 7 at 7 pm Central European Summer Time (UTC+2) until December 12, only a few prints are left! All orders will be shipped on December 15 at the latest. If not sold out, the prints will be available on our website at regular prices after December 12. Reduced prices for a limited time only starting at Thursday, December 7th at 10am PST HERE.

“Baby Driver” by Phantom City Creative (Mondo release)

Mondo will have “Baby Driver” by Phantom City Creative available soon.
On sale Tuesday, October 10th at a random time HERE.

Baby Driver by Phantom City Creative
24″x36″ Screen Print, Edition of 250
Printed by DL Screenprinting

Baby Driver (Variant) by Phantom City Creative
24″x36″ Screen Print, Edition of 125
Printed by DL Screenprinting

“BABY DRIVER lives and breathes music, so I wanted to capture a little feeling from the bold and energetic album cover design from the ’60s and ’70s. The heist film also has a fantastic cast ensemble, so I featured each along the bottom like you would see in an older film poster. The musical selections in the film are as important as the dialogue, and they’re the fuel for Baby’s skills. Having the ear bud cord lead directly through city streets before becoming an ear bud in Baby’s ear personifies how closely music and driving are entwined in his mind.” – Justin Erickson, Phantom City Creative