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    Sunday
    Feb252018

    VeeBee 'Balloon Dog' Framed Print Available

     

    Artist: VeeBee
    Title: Balloon Dog
    Medium: Giclee Print on PlexiGlass
    Size: 45 x 45 cm
    Edition: 50
    Price: £550

    Check it out HERE

    *love the fade in the balloon

    Monday
    Mar032014

    Pure Evil 'Haring, Basquiat + Warhol' NYC Artist Series Prints Available

     

    Artist: Pure Evil
    Title: Nightmare NYC Artist Series
    Medium: 4 Colour Screen Prints
    Size: 70 x 85 cm
    Edition: 100
    Price: £200 Each

    Check it out HERE

    **where is the Jeff Koons print?

    Friday
    Jul262013

    Mr Brainwash 'Poppy' Print Release Details

    Check it out HERE

    Monday
    Oct172011

    Jeff Koons Red 'Balloon Dog' Available

     

    Here is a wicked trademark piece of art from 1995 called Red 'Balloon Dog' by artist Jeff Koons. This is a 11.5 x 11.5 inch porcelain balloon dog number 11 of an edition size of 2400, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $9,500 each. Email Alex - ajones@gallery618.com

    Check it out HERE

    Monday
    Oct172011

    Jeff Koons 'Puppy' Ceramic Vase Available

     

    Here is a bizarre piece of art from 1988 called 'Puppy' by artist Jeff Koons. This is a 17 3/8 x 16 x 11 inch glazed white ceramic vase with an edition size of 3000, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $14,000 each. Email Alex - ajones@gallery618.com

    Check it out HERE

     

    Friday
    Aug052011

    Jeff Koons Beach Towel Available

     

    Here is an interesting item from artist Jeff Koons, this is a beach towel and it's part of the Artist Towel Series. This is a 60 x 70 inch 100% cotton towel for $150 each. Not sure why this design is so fugly, but I really like the size! :)

    Check it out HERE

    

    Sunday
    Apr102011

    Hunter Jonakin 'Jeff Koons Must Die' Video Game

     

    Check it out HERE

    

    Sunday
    Mar272011

    Laurina Paperina 'How To Kill The Most Important Contemporary Artists #3' Video

     

    Check it out HERE

    

    Monday
    Feb072011

    Jeff Koons' Epic Failed 'Balloon Dog' Lawsuit vs Park Life

     

    Among the items San Francisco gallery and store Park Life stocked for holiday gifts was that most innocent of objects — a bookend in the shape of a balloon dog, made by a company based in Toronto but right before Christmas, Park Life co-owner Jamie Alexander received an unusual Christmas present. Lawyers for artist Jeff Koons sent a letter asking Park Life to stop selling and advertising the balloon dog bookends, return them to some mutually agreed upon address, tell Koons how many have been sold and disclose the maker of said bookends — a fact, Alexander said, that could easily be found via Google. Koons staked his claim on one of his most famous projects from the past few years, the shiny and large "Balloon Dog," which was shown in New York and France, among other places. Artists, of course, have every reason to protect their rights, but this legal threat brings up an interesting question: Can one copyright a balloon animal? And how does an artist who has been repeatedly sued for inappropriately using others' copyrighted images get off attacking Park Life? Alexander pulled the bookends from the Parklife store and its website but doesn't agree with the cease-and-desist order. "This man can't own something that existed before him," Alexander said. The main issue in artist copyright, according to San Francisco lawyer Simon Frankel of Covington & Burling LLP, a firm not attached to the case, is the protection of individual expression. On the one hand, the balloon dog bookend is unquestionably like Koons' "Balloon Dog"; on the other, they both look like any children's birthday party balloon animal. "The idea that Jeff Koons would have an exclusive right to make objects in the shape of a balloon dog simply because he made one is surprising and inconsistent … with copyright law," said Frankel, noting that by that logic, Koons could also pursue legal action against balloon artists everywhere. The bookend's manufacturer, imm Living, declined to comment beyond stating it would fight the cease-and-desist letter, which it also received. The company's goods are sold in more than 700 stores in the United States. Alexander said Park Life isn't planning any legal action, having sold only a handful of the objects for $55 each, and awaits word from imm Living. "The thing is, Jeff Koons has based his whole career on appropriating pop culture," he said. "That's fine, but don't sue someone else for doing the same thing."

    Check it out HERE


    Saturday
    Apr172010

    Stolen Banksy Turns Up On Ebay

     

    Looks like Ace Gallery owner Doug Christmas decided to flip the Banksy he took in L.A this week. I check the link today and now the auction has been taken down, no doubt Pest Control sent Doug a letter and ruined his Xmas in April. Hahahaha

    Check it out HERE

    Wednesday
    Apr142010

    Wow!! Banksy Stolen In Los Angeles

     

    As I reported this week, Banksy dropped some NEW pieces in Los Angeles. Well, the one showing the security guard holding a Jeff Koons balloon dog has been taken. This afternoon I found this online. The thieves were caught in action and it is rumoured to be none other than Ace Gallery owner Doug Christmas. Watch the video below!

    Tuesday
    Apr132010

    Banksy Hits Los Angeles Again..

     

    Here are some new fun pieces by uber artist Banksy. I like the fact he is taking the piss out of artist Jeff Koons in the above shot. The image below is no doubt a statement about there being no where for kids to grow up and play any more. Everything is a parking lot no a days. I LOVE BANKSY!!