By Steve Powers
“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
Cody Hudson’s new edition with Case Studyo is a porcelain sculpture that doubles as an incense burner.
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.
Linfinite Jest, the print, by Andrew Kuo.
Signed Edition of 50
26″ x 30″, deckled edge
Prints from Austin McManus’s Partner In Crime series are now available for purchase in editions of 20. You can never really go wrong looking at a girl spray painting on something, so take that focus inside the house and buy a print now.
We featured Patrick Lee’s Deadly Friends earlier this month, and the Los Angeles-based artist is back again with an edition available from the Deadly Friends series as part of Printed Matter’s 2014 LA Art Book Fair fundraiser editions. Available at the opening of the fair this Thursday (1/30), the skateboard edition will be on view along with other benefit artworks from Laura Owens, Jeremy Deller, and Parra at Printer Matter’s booth.
You click the buy button and deplete your bank account of $250 (plus shipping). Sometime afterward, LUSH paints your name on a wall, photographs it, then sends the image file to 1XRun print house for printing and certification. They do those things, pack it up, then ship it to your home or business. You open the box and see your name in the picture. It’s all about you. The world is yours.
The “Street Series” button pack features three of FUZI UVTPK’s unique characters—a graffiti writer dreaming of going all-city; femme fatale proclaiming vengeance; and an ultra-violent thug counting his money—rendered in his trademark Ignorant Style. The pin-back buttons are 1.25 inches in diameter and come in a plastic bag with an orange header card. Limited edition of 100, and only available here.