Featuring Gabriel Orozco, Vik Muniz, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Claes Oldenburg, Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla, Hideaki Kawashima, Fernand Léger, James Rosenquist, Kehinde Wiley, Nunca, Oscar Oiwa, Daniel Senise, Rochelle Costi, Eduardo Recife, William Kentridge, Jeff Koons, James Rizzi, Nelson Leirner, Candido Portinari, Hercules Barsotti, Alfredo Volpi, and Antonio Bandeira.
Ranging in price from $200 – $350, the prints are available individually or in a set, here.
“This piece was created in February of 2013. Having tried everything else and failed, the Coyote has now resorted to throwing this shit at his nemesis the Roadrunner. At a pretty impressionable age I remember looking at the commercials during Saturday morning cartoons and just feeling bombed with all of these messages that I couldn’t really understand: consumer crap, shit food, Crack, AIDS, SisterSister, low credit scores and what have you. When the shows came back on I always thought that these real world traps seemed so much more frightening than the harpoons or bear traps ever did in the cartoons. So this idea was born out of those early realizations.” – Sever
Greg Lamarche has a fresh new print available in his webshop, as well as a new show happening up in Winnipeg at Graffiti Art Programming.
Swoon’s new initiative to create a “a community based artisanal micro-factory” in a formerly abandoned church in North Braddock, Pennsylvania.” The first endeavor will be to produce 20,000 colored ceramic tiles by hand, which will be used for the new roof of the structure. You can help support Braddock Tiles by purchasing prints from a number of familiar artists here.
A new print by Shepard Fairey, available tomorrow (6/4) at a random time.
18 x 24 inches
Edition of 450
“I spend a lot of time thinking about the implications of the Internet and where we are moving as a species. Tools and platforms that allow us to network and connect are truly defining who we are and what we believe. These iconic creators of such platforms like Mark Zuckerberg are worshiped in our society as peaceful innovators with only good intentions. But the truth is very different…” – Katsu
Massive, and possibly yours if you’re lucky enough to be granted a spot in the virtual line to purchase. Enter the lottery now (you have until 10am (EST) tomorrow 5/16).
15″ x 17″
edition of 50
I’ve known Alex Lukas since he was a runty little Rhode Island School of Design illustration major teenager more than a dozen years ago. Ever since, he has been hitting my mailbox every once in a while with his newest ‘zines. I have close to fifty of them now, and while I’m missing a few, taken together they really reveal what Alex is all about.
This slideshow of recent images by Alex show some of his ‘zines and some of his new works on paper. The visual lines between print and handmade blur a lot in his work when you see them as a group, and I like that.
Alex is a very good researcher. Not really in the sense of someone you’d hire as a research assistant, but in the sense of someone who is really, really stubborn and will pound away trying to figure out what he needs to do to get the visual that’s in his head onto the paper he’s working on, whether that’s a relatively quickie ‘zine or one of his massive works on paper.
Counter Editions offers up new work by Adam McEwen (above), Josephine Meckseper, Josh Smith, Mary Heilmann, Richard Phillips, Roe Ethridge, Sara Vanderbeek, and Ugo Rondinone, online and in a pop-up shop at the New Museum.