Galerie F celebrated this milestone year with 20+ printers and makers from Chicago with the “Urbs in Horto” exhibition. Chicago’s slogan “Urbs in Horto” translates from Latin to “City in a Garden”. This slogan was established when Chicago was officially incorporated as a city 180 years ago on March 4th, 1837.
Online sale on Wednesday, March 8th at 2pm Central (12pm PST) HERE.
Baker Prints are currently holding a Kickstarter project to fund their latest print, “The Windy City”. It is to be a 36″ x 24″ Screenprint, signed/numbered limited edition, and cost $85. There are other pledge levels you can put in which will get you different prints or a smaller sized edition as well. Cool print for you Chicago peeps. Pledge now HERE.
Justin Van Genderen has released a trio of really cool prints. Travel prints with a twist! Upon first look, it looks like your standard, yet classy travel poster. But a quick double take and you quickly realize that you are seeing greatness! Each city gives a special nod to a particular movie. “Los Angeles” with Die Hard, “New York” with The Ghostbusters, and “Chicago” with Road to Perdition.
They are each 21″ x 31.5″ Screenprints, signed/numbered editions of 60, and cost $35-40 each. On sale now HERE.