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    Monday
    Jul122010

    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

    Thursday
    Jul012010

    Mr Brainwash 'I Find Beauty Everywhere' Print Release Details

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    Tuesday
    Jun292010

    Rene Gagnon 'Campbells Graffiti Soup' Hot Pink Print Available

     

    There are only a very few of these 'Campbells Graffiti Soup' prints in NEWLY released hot pink by artist Rene Gagnon. These are 3 colour 22 x 30 inch screenprints with an edition size of 60, comes signed and numbered by the artist for $120 each.

    Check it out HERE

    Tuesday
    Jun152010

    Mr Brainwash 'Live Today Worry Tomorrow' Series Print Release Details

     

    Here is yet another print dropping tomorrow, it is called 'Live Today Worry Tomorrow'. This is a 30 x 22 inch screenprint with an edition size of 100, comes thumb printed, signed and numbered by the artist for $150 each.

    Check it out HERE

    Tuesday
    Jun152010

    Mr Brainwash 'Late For Work + It's A Boy' Print Release Details

     

    Here are two more NEW prints being released tomorrow from artist Mr Brainwash. The left image is called 'Late For Work' and the print on the right is called 'It's A Boy'. These two are both 2 colour 22 x 30 inch screenprints with edition sizes of 100, they come signed and numbered for $150 each. Close up's below!

    Check it out HERE

    Late For Work

    It's A Boy!

    Saturday
    Jun122010

    Mr Brainwash 'Spray Can' Series Print Release Details

     

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    Thursday
    May202010

    Mr Brainwash 'Recovery Plan' Print Release Details

     

    Here is the latest print release called 'Recovery Plan' from artist Mr Brainwash. This is an 8 colour 30 x 22 inch screenprint on archival paper with an edition size of 250, comes thumb printed on back signed and numbered by the artist for $150 each. These will be available on Tuesday May 25th at 3pm EST. Awesome detail shot below...

    Check it out HERE


    Friday
    May072010

    Mr Brainwash 'Love' Print Release Info

     

    Here is the first glimpse of the FREE print being handed out on Mother's Day at Mr Brainwash's Icons New York City art show. Line up early and bring your own tube!! First 200 at 3pm EST get a beautiful freebie!!

    Check it out HERE

     

    Tuesday
    Apr132010

    Remember Mr Brainwash Drops 'Generations' + 'All You Need Is Love' Prints Today

     

    Here are the two releases later today by artist Mr Brainwash. The above image is called 'Generations' and it is a 7 colour 30 x 22 inch screenprint using metallic silver and gold inks with an edition size of 75, comes thumb printed signed and numbered by the artist for $300 each. The image below is inspired by a famous John Lennon photograph and it is called 'All You Need Is Love'. It is a 4 colour 30 x 22 inch screenprint hand finished with pink spray paint with an edition size of 250, comes thumb printed signed and numbered by the artist for $150 each. I am unsure what 'Generations' has to do with New York???? Where as John Lennon is an obvious NYC hero.

    Check it out HERE


    Tuesday
    Apr062010

    Banksy 'Exit Through The Gift Shop' ~ Extended Sneak Peek Video  

    Wednesday
    Mar312010

    Mr Brainwash Announcement...

     

    Hey Everyone, for those of you who didn't get the chance to see the show or want to see it again, "ICONS" is being extended until April 30th, 2010.  415 West 13th Street New York, NY 10014

    Monday through Thursday 12pm to 9pm ~ Friday-Saturday 12pm to 12am ~ Sunday 12pm to 7pm

    Free Admission - Camera and Video Allowed

    

    Thursday
    Mar182010

    Mr Brainwash New York City 'Icons' Show Interview Video

    Check it out HERE

    

    Friday
    Mar052010

    Mr Brainwash 'Statue Of Liberty' Print Release Info

     

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    Friday
    Feb122010

    Mr Brainwash 'Icons' New York Show Photos


    (All Images © Jeff Newman/TheArtCollectors)

    Mr. Brainwash – Icons
    Opening Reception: Feb 14, 3pm
    415 W. 13th Street
    NY, NY 10014

    

    Wednesday
    Feb102010

    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