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    Dan McCarthy 'Dear Science' Art Show Details + SNEAK PEEK

    Here are two SNEAK PEEKS at pieces in the upcoming Dan McCarthy show opening Saturday July 7th called 'Dear Science' at G1988. I will blog more as I find more. I really like the direction he is headed.


    Olly Moss G1988 Art Show Video



    Check it out HERE


    Todd Slater 'Heart Of Darkness' Print Available


    Here is another AMAZING print by artist Todd Slater. This beauty is called 'Heart Of Darkness' and is part of the recent 'Required Reading' art show. This is a 4 colour 24 x 18 inch screen print with an edition size of 125, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $40 each.

    Check it out HERE


    Chris DeLorenzo 'Haters Gonna Hate' Print Available


    Here is an awesome print called 'Haters Gonna Hate' by artist Chris DeLorenzo. This is part of the 'Required Reading' art show. This is an 18 x 24 inch screen print with an edition size of 100, comes unsigned and numbered for $50 each. This is one of my favourite two print from this show, the other being 'Moby' by artist Ken Taylor which has already SOLD OUT :(

    Check it out HERE




    Joshua Budich 'Save Ferris' Print Release Details


    Here is a movie print for Ferris Bueller's Day Off by artist Joshua Budich. This is called 'Save Ferris' and it is part of the Tribute To John Hughes art show at G1988. This is a 4 colour 24 x 36 inch screen print with an edition size of 75, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $$$. 35 of these will be available in person at the show at G1988 opening Friday February 11th at 7pm. The rest will be online later.

    Check it out HERE



    TrustoCorp 'New Americana' Art Show


    Dan McCarthy 'The World We Live In' Art Show


    Dan McCarthy

    'The World We Live In'


    October 1 - 30, 2010

    Opening Reception:

    TONIGHT Friday, October 1st from 7 - 10pm


    Dan McCarthy 'A Night In The Forest' Print Available


    Here is September's print release called 'A Night In The Forest' by artist Dan McCarthy. This is a 4 colour 18 x 24 inch screenprint with an edition size of 550, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $40 each. This print is wicked but it looks a hel of a lot like the 'Pink Moon' print minus the moon and silhouette. Hmmm, think I am going to pass.

    Check it out HERE


    Daniel Danger 'They Will Take It Back' Art Show + Figure

    Here is a heads up for the upcoming G1988 art show called 'They Will Take It Back' by artist Daniel Danger. There will be awesome prints and originals available as well as the effen cool figure below.

    Check it out HERE


    Todd Slater 'Rushmore' Print Available

    Here is a fun print by artist Todd Slater celebrating the spirit of the movie 'Rushmore' with actor Bill Murray. This is a 3 colour 19.4 x 22.75 screenprint with an edition size of 150, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $40 each. The actual title of this print is 'They can buy anything, but they can’t buy backbone!'

    Check it out HERE


    Shark Toof 'Weiner Dog vs Mr Brainwash' Print Available 


    Here is afun print by artist Shark Toof. This is called 'Weinerdog vs Mr Brainwash' and it is available through G1988 Gallery. This is a 2 colour hand painted 26 x 20 inch serigraph on 243 GSM archival rag paper with an edition size of 30, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $50 each.

    Check it out HERE


    Peachbeach 'Boarhound' Print SNEAK PEAK


    Here is a beautiful print from artist(s) Peachbeach, it is called 'Boarhound' and it is part of the ARK Project over at G1988. Don't know anything other than it is STUNNING!!


    Olly Moss 'Master Race' Available TODAY


    Artist Olly Moss' 'Master Race' print will be available today at 3pm EST. This is a 3 colour 16.5 x 24 inch screenprint with an edition size of 100, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $$$.

    Check it out HERE



    Daniel Danger 'Fenway' Print Fiasco Update

    From Daniel Danger,

    "welp. so here’s the skinny… the Fenway prints were printed pretty last minute in time for the G1988 'GREATEST MOMENTS IN SPORTS art show (I was still real sick, got a bit behind schedule), and only a handful of copies were shipped down to the gallery to display at the opening; the rest would be shipped to me to sign and number and return to the gallery for shipping. all i saw of the displayed copies were some photos, and i initially expressed some concern over the actual final product.  however, i wanted to see the print in person before i made any real opinions about the future of the edition, which i knew wouldn’t be until after SXSW. today they arrived and i anxiously opened up the box and laid them out on the table; and my mouth aligned itself in that way it does when im not happy with something and i know i’m going to have a long day. (you can skip the next paragraph if marginally technical pre-press talk is the opposite of the kind of thing you care about.)

    so i opened up my files and drawings and poured over everything for a while. silkscreening is a fairly binary artform, either there’s ink or there isn’t, and thats really up to the ink. however, my drawing style isn’t that precise, and sometimes if i’m not careful those tiny hatched out lines aren’t REALLY as cut and dry and defined as they need to be to expose properly. unfortunately, that’s what happened here, the drawing wasn’t high contrast enough way way zoomed in down in the nitty gritty in those tight areas, and needed to be ‘opened up’ by adjusting the overall tonal nuances of the drawing. getting rid of the mid-tones that were clouding up those tiny open lines (remember silkscreening is binary, and grey is neither a 1 or a 0, and thus is bad), and giving all those white lines a little more breathing space. i knew how to fix my problem, so that’s what were gonna do…  i called the gallery, and we decided the best course of action was to dumpster/burn this entire run (NO. You can’t have one!!), eat the production cost (oof…), and re-print them with the proper changes. if you’re going to do something, best do it right. i spent entirely too long on this to send out something i’m not happy with, and i want you to be happy. i made all the proper arrangements with my printer and hes going to get started within the week on the reprint, and then we’ll get these out to you all as soon as possible. the first photo shows a comparison shot vs the first printing, the second photo shows an example of how much i’m opening up those lines. so! yup, that’s whats happening. we apologize for the delay, because i know a lot of you guys are absolutely rabid about this one, but id rather apologize for a production delay then apologize for the alternative.
    for those who immediately put yours on ebay to make a quick buck, i apologize but with a lot less sincerity." - d


    G1988 New Website Launched


    Check it out HERE