Jeremyville’s Community Service Announcements

This is some feel good artwork.

Available as prints here

Rollins 81

This Sunday, Henry Rollins turns 50. To celebrate, Shepard Fairey has taken a Geln E. Friedman image of Rolins during his Black Flag days and posterized it. It’ll be available this Sunday in an edition of 450 that is signed by Fairey, Rollins, and Friedman.

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Heads of State for La Belle France

Megève is the first destination in a series of travel prints being created by Heads of State for the french luxury travel newsletter La Belle France. Available in a signed and numbered edition of 500, and measuring 18″ x 24″, the $45 price tag makes it an easy decision if you’re looking for the beauty of France on your wall.

Available here

Edits by Edit

Let’s get minimal.

“A poster series curated by Edit — each designer was asked to represent a musical genre using one shape and one type (stating the genre).”

View them all here

via, arkitipintel

A Great Month of Prints at Exhibition A

Terence Koh (available now), Steve Powers (2/9), Olivier Zahm (2/14), Jim Drain (2/21), Nate Lowman (2/28).

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Go Buy Now: Askew’s Diamondism Study Prints

Anthracite, edition of 35 – $45
Gold, edition of 12 – $75

20 x 14 in.   Signed & Numbered
4 color silk screen on 140lb French paper

Available through 1xRUN

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2nd Amendment Solutions

Shepard Fairey’s first print of 2011 is nice and graphic.

Available this Friday (1/21) at a random time (check twitter).

Swoon’s Temple Print for Haiti

A little less publicized than her other one. Same great cause though.

2 color screenprint on fabric
edition of 60
26 x 18.5″


Proceeds from the sale of the Temple print benefit Swoon’s work in Haiti on the Konbit Shelter project.

A Closer Look at The Hole’s Postermat

Postermat is definitely one of the most fun shows we’ve seen in a while. Here is a brief look at what’s going on inside the poster shop re-creation. For those who aren’t in NYC and want a taste of the action, the gallery has begun putting works up online to buy. Great deals on limited edition, numbered posters by Barry McGee, Aurel Schmidt, Cheryl Dunn, Robert Lazzarini, and so many more.

Buy here

Postermat at The Hole

Opening this Saturday, Postermat will be the one place you have to brave the cold and get to.  So many good artists, $75 editions, cool people, and a tribute to a lost NY relic.  (proper info below)

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Buy Art, Help Haiti

Swoon’s ‘Walki’ print, benefitting the Konbit Shelter Project

Get a JR Poster for $.01 + Shipping

The latest in Iconoclast’s offerings. Available here

Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape, 2010
Offset printed poster
24 x 18 inches

Published on the occasion of the exhibit “Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape“, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California, July 18, 2010 – January 2, 2011

Exhibition A

Exhibition A is a new destination for affordable art prints by big names.  The website is the brainchild of husband and wife team Bill Powers and Cynthia Rowley, and will not only feature new time-sensitive edition prints but, interviews with fancy collectors and artists of note.  Keep an eye out for two print releases today from Richard Phillips (above) and Hanna Liden, and expect more of the same quality in the future.

Check out their blog for more

31 Unique Variants from SWOON

Our friends at Paper Monster are releasing a new edition from SWOON today on their website. These can hardly be called an ‘Edition’ though, as each of these amazing pieces is unique.

SWOON, Zahra (2010)
31 Unique Variants
Letterpress print on Yatsuo B25 Kraft Paper
Relief print on Magnani Arturo stationary weight. (cut paper pieces)
Scrap collage on wood/paper/fabric backing.

Available here

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Amanda Visell’s Posters for Girls

These are nice and very giftable

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New Work from Faile Available today

Wow. We couldn’t be more excited about the art that Faile is releasing at Noon (est) today.  Unique blocks and prints.

Each box contains 8 – 2 x 2 x 2 inch wooden blocks. Each block six-sided painted, printed and hand-finished. These are all random assortments of the blocks. They come in a custom letterpress box with the edition number and stamp. Block Sets are

Faile Bedtime Stories Blocks
Edition of 150
Acrylic and Silkscreen Ink
Eight, 2 x 2 x 2 inch Wooden Blocks
Custom Stamped Box, Faile 2010

Available here

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Buy an Os Gemeos Poster for $.01 + Shipping

Of course you want this.

Os Gemeos
Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape, 2010
Offset printed poster
24 x 18 inches

Published on the occasion of the exhibit “Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape“, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California, July 18, 2010 – January 2, 2011

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Shepard Fairey Goes Pop! for PAPER Mag

Dang, really liking this print a lot.  POW(ER) will be available as a print tomorrow (11/4) at a random time.

Here is a brief explanation of the POW(ER) print. I was asked by my longtime friends at PAPER magazine to guest edit their art issue. I gladly  accepted, and the issue should be out later in Nov. In the issue my friend and PAPER editor Carlo McCormick, who wrote an essay for my book “Supply And Demand”, wrote a fantastic essay about the evolution of visual culture from Pop Art to street art, and the impact of the internet and media saturation. To illustrate Carlo’s essay I created the POW(ER) image. The image is an homage to influential Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein, who appropriated and re-painted comic frames often transforming them in meaning and context. I have often described my art as a fusion of Pop Art, street art, and political art. I utilize the platform created by Pop Art, but I try to take my work even more directly to the people. Like Pop artists before me, I utilize a vocabulary of familiar cultural visual references. In fact, after I conceived of the POW(ER) image and did some further research on Lichtenstein, I discovered an image he had made of a woman holding a can of spray paint or hairspray. The image looked familiar to me, because a few years ago I re-illustrated the same piece of clip art that Lichtenstein referenced for his spray paint/hair spray painting. The connection was was too serendipitous to ignore and I proceeded to create the POW(ER) image. For me, street art has always been about populism and emPOWERment. The recent embrace of street art in the art world as a legitimate genre demonstrates the power of accessible, relatable imagery, and in many ways builds upon the triumphs of Pop Art. Check out the PAPER issue when it comes out to read Carlo’s excellent essay.

Go Buy Now: Matt Goldman – Muertos Couple 2

9″ x 12″
Edition of 100
3-Color Silk Screen on 100% Cotton Archival Paper


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