“Ducati” is Cory Arcangel’s new edition for the ICA. The print was made on an old plotter machine using a software program devised to command motors to make a drawing of the racing bike. Even though it’s made by a robot, the print feels like it was hand drawn, with the only human touch actually being the color on the print, which is individually finished by Arcangel.
A new print from Roger Gastman’s Tools of Criminal Mischief series.
“This poster is a tribute to Ai Weiwei’s art, his courage to be outspoken, and in support of his ongoing political struggle with the Chinese government. I hope the image will help raise awareness and advance dialogue that might lead to permission for Ai Weiwei to travel freely and continue to express himself.” – Shepard Fairey
A print based off of the centerpiece of VIZIE’s recent show is now available for sale online
BRRYBNDS and Done To Death Projects have turned a 1998 pencil recall into a 2014 call for action. Pack of 5 for $5 + shipping
Cody Hudson’s new edition with Case Studyo is a porcelain sculpture that doubles as an incense burner.
Issue 22 of The Thing Quarterly features a pillowcase set by John Baldessari.
A new print from Jeanette Hayes that’s based off of one of her oil paintings rendered from the background of her iPhone. Available through Exhibition A
William Burroughs would have turned 100 today. To commemorate this, Shepard Fairey collaborated with photographer Kate Simon on a print of the author and cult figure. For those interested, it’s available for purchase tomorrow.
Faile is releasing a few print editions tomorrow (2/4), including this striking work titled I Used To Be Worth Something, which basically sums up the big city experience for a lot of hopeless people. On an upbeat note, Faile also made their poster for a Pearl Jam concert in Spokane, Washington into a print edition of 100.