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    Mad C 'NYC 1982' Print Available

    Artist: Mad C
    Title: NYC 1982
    Medium: 22 Colour Screen Print
    Size: 89 x 68 cm
    Edition: 100
    Price: £175

    Check it out HERE


    Julian Tryba's Amazing NYC TimeLapse Video

    Check it out HERE


    Joshua Budich 'R2D2' + 'C3PO' COMICON Exclusive SNEAK PEEK

    Artist: Joshua Budich
    Title: R2D2 + C3PO

    Medium: Laser Cut Aluminum Print
    Size: 12 x 12 Inches
    Edition: 100 each
    Price: $85(ish)

    Check Josh out at the SPOKE Booth


    kaNO 'Beautiful Struggle' + 'Clockwork Struggle' Originals Available

    Here are two new pieces called 'Beautiful Struggle' (above) and 'Clockwork Struggle' (below) by NYC artist kaNO. These are both 11 x 14 inch acrylics on wood, they come signed for $450 each. I am confused how these are not already sold!!

    Check it out HERE


    Jay Shells 'Hip Hop Lyrics Signs' Video

    Check it out HERE


    Faile 'Fashion Chimps NYC' Print Available


    Here is the NEW print called 'Fashion Chimps NYC' by artists Faile. This is a monstrous 25 color 36 x 47.5 inch screen print on 290GSM Coventry deckled edge paper with an edition size of 300, comes signed and numbered by the artists for $800 each. It is really no shocker that this has yet to sell out. The subject matter is hit or miss, I much would have prefered a Sub Rosa print instead of this. Next time...

    Check it out HERE


    Cost 'SNUB NOSE' Prints SNEAK PEEK


    Here are the next prints by NYC artist Cost being released through Brooklynite Gallery. These will be Snub Nose prints which usually have an edition size of 500 and will run about $25 each. I will post again when they announce the release date.


    Andrew Bell + KidRobot 'Please Draw With Me?' Event Flyer


    It appears the date for this great art event with artist Andrew Bell will now be Thursday January 27th at KidRobot NYC.

    Check it out HERE



    Faile + Bast Fresh Work In NYC


    Theere are some new photographs floating around the interweb of artists Faile and artist Bast hitting up the streets of NYC with some freshness.

    Check it out HERE


    Revolt 'Guns' NYC City Map Available


    Here is a slick piece called 'Guns' by artist Revolt. This is a marker and aerosol on a 23 x 32 inch New York city map for $700. This piece is KILLER!!!

    Check it out HERE


    David Foldvari 'NYC' Print Available

    50cm x 70cm

    Signed and Numbered Screen Print Edition of 50

    £60 each

    Check it out HERE


    Obey 'Keith Haring' Print? SNEAK PEAK

    Here is a SNEAK PEAK at the upcoming Shepard Fairey release at Obey. This a portrait by photographer Patrick McMullan, not sure when and if this will be available online.

    "Join the fight against AIDS and remember Keith Haring. 2010 Marks the 20th anniversary of Keith’s untimely death from AIDS. Please lend your support by making a donation to the 2010 AIDS Walk in his memory. If you donate $50 or more AND you walk on May 16, you will receive a unique, limited edition T-shirt featuring artwork by Shepard Fairey based on a portrait of Keith by Patrick McMullan, shirts donated by OBEY Clothing. We need YOU to join the Keith Haring Foundation team for this year’s AIDS Walk New York! Come walk with us in Central Park on Sunday, May 16th. TO REGISTER BY PHONE: Call the AIDS Walk office at (212) 807-9255(WALK). Be sure to provide our team name when registering."

    Check it out HERE


    Love Me Bombs Los Angeles Large


    Here is a wicked building bombimg by artist Love Me, this time the NYC resident hit up sunny Los Angeles, California.



    Mr Brainwash Interview About Upcoming NYC 'Icons' Art Show

    Banksy filmed him, Berlusconi has collected his work, and Shepard Fairey called him 'awesome, infuriating, almost impossible to define.' The he in question is Mr. Brainwash aka Thierry Guetta. The exuberant, French, chain-smoking, paint-splattered chatterbox whose street-meets-Pop art is, like any good hyperbole, larger than life. We visited with MBW in the 15,000 square foot warehouse in the Meatpacking District in New York for his solo show that will open this weekend. 

    'Icons: Part One' is a loose collection of portraiture divided into several groups; the series depict fashion designers, artists, models, and most cleverly, 'geniuses', technology gurus like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Biz Stone who Mr. Brainwash asserts will 'change the world' and become icons of the future. Another section features variations on the cover art Brainwash designed for Madonna’s greatest hits album Celebration. Apart from the screenprinted and painted canvases replicated ad nauseum on the walls of the gallery space, MBW has assembled some immensely-scaled installation pieces that are irrepressible, bright ‘n’ shiny emblems of an artist having fun with his work. Spinning off a motoscooter piece from his last LA show Life is Beautiful is a yellow taxicab encased in a giant plastic package like a Matchbox car. (The artist Googled cab vendors and found one in Harlem who customized the vehicle in three days, right down to specific signage and decals.) A gigantic paint can — a common image in Brainwash’s oeuvre — is tipped over, spilling paint through grates in the floor down to the basement level, where a 12-foot-tall boombox is propped across from a giant dangling keychain.

    Taking on such colorful, Pop-laced iconography draws inevitable comparisons, not the least of which to Andy Warhol. Though he couldn’t really express much difference in the feeling of his portrait work versus Warhol’s 1960s editions, Brainwash states that by painting with hands, and treating art with child’s playful spirit, he embodies the theory that “art is freedom.”

    “Icons” by Mr. Brainwash is open to the public from February 14 to March 30 at 415 West 13th Street on the ground floor. The first 300 people to attend the gallery on opening day starting at 3 p.m. will receive a FREE limited-edition signed print.

    Mr. Brainwash
    "I don't see from my eyes, I see from my heart."

    Check it out HERE



    Mr Brainwash Show In NYC February 2010


    Mr Brainwash "Following his recent trip to NYC, Mr Brainwash decided to take a bite of the Big Apple and do a show there in February 2010. The location and exact opening date will be revealed soon. The first 250 people attending the show will receive a limited edition print. Each one will be hand-finished and unique. See you soon!"

    p.s. "The London show will still happen later next year"