Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Status Serigraph Avett Brothers Knoxville Poster Release Details

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Justin Helton of Status Serigraph will be releasing his Avett Brothers posters from the show last Friday in Knoxville. The posters will go on sale Tuesday at a random time between 2-3pm EST. He will have the regular show edition and a special Autumn Hay metallic paper variant printed with metallic gold ink.

Available in his store http://statusserigraph.bigcartel.com

Black Keys Brooklyn Posters by David Welker Release Details

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The Black Keys are rolling into Brooklyn for two nights, September 23-24 and David Welker did the posters for both night. He loved working on this so much that he made a different poster for each show. The first night is a 17x22" metallic, ultra violet, screen print the show edition is 260

Night Two is a 16x22" metallic UV screen print. David have a small number available out of the show edition of 260.

On sale at http://www.bottleneckgallery.com -Thursday, September 25th at 12noon EST

David Welker Dazed and Confused Movie Poster Release Details

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The Bijou Theatre in Oregon is in the middle of a Gen X film series and David Welker was fortunate enough to be able to contribute this poster for Dazed and Confused.

Bottleneck Gallery will be handling this release. The intensity of David's schedule this year has made it impossible for him to personally oversee print releases and shipping.

The posters are 16 x 24 inch silk screen posters. Regular edition of 100, metallic ivory 20 and brushed metal foil 20.

There will be some regular edition available at $50, a few metallic ivory edition available at $60 and a few of a brushed metal foil edition at $75, on sale Tuesday September 23rd at 12noon EDT -here is the link, http://www.bottleneckgallery.com/

Nathan James Waterworks Print, a tribute to pin-up girls

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1xRUN has Nathan James back today with his umm take on the famous pin-up girls genre with his print Waterworks.

"This painting was part of my last solo show, PUNCHLINES, at the KK Outlet in London in October of 2013.

With this piece the original idea was to create a painterly gag by taking images from a particular genre and to alter it with some grotesque faces. Sort of a Tex Avery sort of thing. I knew that I wanted to do some goofy pin-ups and Gil Elvgren is the master, so sending up his work felt like a fun thing to do. I actually learned a lot re-working his pieces. This piece was particularly satisfying." - Nathan James

On sale Tuesday at NOON EDT at 1xRUN.com

Monday, September 22, 2014

Chuck Sperry & PangeaSeed September Oceanid Print Release

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PangeaSeed and Chuck Sperry are pleased to announce the ninth print release of the 2014 print suite "HOME: A Fine Art Print Suite for Threatened Ocean Habitats". September's print release helping to raise awareness for estuaries and the species that call this fragile environment "home".

Artist: Chuck Sperry
Title: "Oceanid"
Habitat: Estuaries
Printmaker: designed and printed by Chuck Sperry at Hangar 18 in Oakland, California.
Print details: 7 colors on archival cream paper
Dimensions: 31”x 21” inch
Edition size: Limited edition of 100 signed / numbered prints
Price: $100 USD - plus shipping (please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery)

Prints will be available for purchase at 12pm PST Tuesday, September 23, 2014 via shop.PangeaSeed.org

31” x 21”Blue Opal Metallic Edition of 10, 7 colors on blue opal metallic paper
Signed and Numbered
Price $200

31” x 21” Light Green Metallic Edition of 10, 7 colors on light green metallic paper
Signed and Numbered
Price $200

Artist Statement:
I chose to bring attention to the Estuary Environment in my print depicting the sea-dwelling, nature spirit "Oceanid" for Pangea Seed. I live in San Francisco and I am part of the Estuary Environment of the Bay Area. Estuary dwellers, whether they be marine mammal, fish or fowl - or human being - are my kind of people! Many weekends me and my girlfriend can be found roving the Northern California Coast with binoculars, spotting harbor seals and sea lions.

My dawning realization that we are all interconnected by the fragility of the environment has found me upgrading my printing methods for a low environmental impact with my new wash-out sink filtration system and ink clean-up disposal and recycling. Making these changes took some effort, some expense, and are by no means perfect, but I'm doing my best. I am blessed to share my little sunny spot in nature with incredible beings, and I feel incredibly honored to be part of Pangea Seed's efforts to protect our precious ocean environment.

For more information on how you can help save our seas, please visit PangeaSeed.org

Guided By Voices & Fucked Up Posters by Jason Abraham Smith

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Jason Abraham Smith has a couple of new posters for sale that pretty sweet looking.

First is Guided by Voices Grand Rapids, Michigan poster
24x18, 3-color (Dark Brown/Hot Pink/Teal) this poster looks crazy under a black light. On 100lb Banana Split French paper. Signed & Numbered Edition of 100

Next is Fucked Up in New York City
24x18, 2-color (Dark Navy/Teal) On 100lb Starch Rain French paper
Signed & numbered edition of 75

Also when your in his store be sure to check out his Pink Plant print, if you like posters that look incredible under black light you will love this one, it's nuts.

Buy them in his STORE

Beck Redmond Washington Kii Arens Poster

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Kii Arens has released his latest black light poster and this one is for the Beck concert at Redmond, Washington last month. The poster is 18" x 24" Fluorescent Lithograph
Signed/Numbered series of 50.

Buy it at LaLaLandPrints.com

Fulvio Di Piazza Ship Print Release Details

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1xRUN have brought another Italian artist to America, well not literally they have brought his work for you to check out and purchase. Fulvio Di Piazza's first release with 1xRUN happens today with a print titled Ship.

"This piece is a small painting borne from improvising and it represents a small sum of my surreal way of conceiving the pictorial image. The original piece was created using oil on canvas. It was not part of a group of works intended for a show, it was instead exhibited and sold at an art fair in Bologna in 2012.

I believe this worth buying because it is a very evocative image and it contains improvisation on a theme very dear to me: the flying ship." - Fulvio Di Piazzil

On sale Monday at NOON EDT at 1xRUN.com

Guzu Gallery Presents Deep Cuts 2 Preview

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Guzu Gallery Presents Deep Cuts 2: 12" Tributes to Our Music Heroes
September 26th, 2014 - October 20th, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, September 26th, 2014 • 7-10pm

Austin, Texas…the "Live Music Capital of the World." On any given night you can find live music playing up and down the streets of downtown Austin. Add to this the annual music festivals and rich history of the city's music scene and you begin to understand where Austin gets its well-deserved moniker. This fall, Guzu Gallery pays homage to its hometown's strong musical tradition with a sequel to last year's successful music-themed art show, Deep Cuts.

Guzu asked each artist to tribute a beloved music icon, cult hero or legend in the form of an album-sized screen printed poster. Each print will be sold for $25.

The opening reception will be on Friday, September 26th from 7 to 10pm and the artwork will remain up through October 20th. There will be live music by Austin dream pop trio, Yum, and indie rock quartet, Antiques, on opening night. Complimentary beverages will be provided by Hops & Grain and Pabst Blue Ribbon. Admission is free and all ages are welcome!

Guzu Gallery welcomes everyone to the show but if you can't make it out, the artwork will be available for purchase in their online store on Monday, September 29th around Noon CST.

Stay tuned to Guzu's social media outlets for more info and sneak previews as the days get closer to show time!

RSVP here!

Summer Camp Music Festival Poster by Joel Hunter

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Joel Hunter of Half Hazard Press were honored with the opportunity to develop the official V.I.P. Ticket Package poster this year for Summer Camp Music Festival '14. This was an immense job with a 2500 print run and some of the most time-intensive artwork and technical printing techniques they've ever had, and in the end, they couldn't have been more pleased with the final product. They're selling part of their personal stock, left over from this project so when these 30 are gone, THEY'RE GONE FOR GOOD!

Venue: Summer Camp Music Festival 2014
Dimensions: 18"x24"
Process: 3 color Screen print
Paper: French Paper - Construction: Cement Green
Edition: Run of 30 Artist Prints available

Additional Sale Info: For the month of September we're offering 15% off all orders with the promo code: HHP-LOYAL. On top of that, all orders over $25 come with a free random print, and all orders over $50 get a free random print and free shipping.

Buy it at their website halfhazardpress.com

Nikita Kaun Brunt Album Art Work

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Russian artist Nikita Kaun did the art work for Doom/Stoner Rock/Heavy Psych band Brunt. The limited edition release of only 200 features Black / White marbled vinyl, Fold-out artwork poster, 3 art postcards and full color printed inner sleeve.

Buy it at Brunt.Bandcamp.com

Xul1349 Lilith Print On Sale

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Xul1349 continues the same occult theme as the The Only Faith We Need is Faith in Us, this print tries to explore the  complex emotional entaglement behind the Lilith mythos.

This is a 2 colors screenprint measuring 18 x 24 inches masterfully printed on Cream Speckletone French Paper using metallic inks by Vahalla Studios. Numbered edition of 40. 

Spoiled Rotten Meggs Solo Gallery Show Covered

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Friday night saw the opening of Australian artist Meggs first solo show at Inner State Gallery in Detroit, Michigan and the Inside the Rock Poster Street Team was on hand to cover the incredible show and bring you the pictures (Click them to enlarge).

The show of over 40 new paintings and multiples explores the wondrous decay of social morality stemming from modern society’s obsession with pop culture and overindulgent materialism, and continues MEGGS’ perpetual fascination with dualism and finding beauty in tragedy. The city of Detroit plays a major influence in MEGGS’ philosophy behind Spoiled Rotten, as he created an entirely new body of work during his five-week residency at Inner State Gallery and 1xRUN.

Among the many highlights of the show I think everyone's favorite was the interactive creation of art. Participates were given a slingshot and some paint balls to shoot at a wall about 10 feet wide and 15 feet high, see the picture above of Meggs standing in front of the wall. If they got 3 bulls-eyes they got a signed show flyer from Meggs. People had a lot of fun with this and through the night it transformed into it's own piece of art created by all those that attended.

The remaining art for sale is online at 1xRUN.com
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