Shepard Fairey’s Soupcan II


We don’t call this Shepard Fairey Tuesday for nothing.  Along with the news of Shepard moving to Deitch Projects, and the print with Martha Cooper, comes word from Iconoclast about this Soup Can print above.  Soup Can II is the second in a series of four Soup Cans they will release with Shepard Fairey.  Measuring 16″ x 20″ in an edition of 200, the Hand printed silkscreen will obviously become a collectors item at retail price of $350, now $450 (looks like they’re pricing them like photographs).

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Shepard Fairey x Martha Cooper: Defiant Youth


Available at some point today is a new collaborative print between Shepard Fairey and Martha Cooper titled Defiant Youth.  The print comes in an Edition of 450, measures 18″ x 24″, is Signed and Numbered, and will cost $55 (for a brief moment in time). What a great year for Martha Cooper!

New Prints from Cleon Peterson


BLK/MRKT Editions just released a diptych by Cleon Peterson titled Passions.  The 3 color screenprint on cotton rag paper is in an edition of 90 and measures 18″ x 18″.  The cost of owning these vibrant works?  $140.  Not.  Too. Bad.

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Shepard Fairey Tuesday: Johnny Cash


Available today at a random moment in time is Shepard Fairey’s latest print featuring what will presumably be  the cover of Antonino D’Ambrosio’s latest book (or promotional material for such), A Heartbeat and a Guitar: Johnny Cash and the Making of Bitter Tears. It looks pretty cool and comes signed and numbered in an edition of 450, and will for a very short time retail at $50.

Go Buy Now: Marci Washington’s Tiny Showcase Print


We kind of have a thing for Marci Washington, maybe after seeing this print you will too.  Available for $20 through Tiny Showcase, this print is worth every cent.  There are only about 30 left from the edition of 100, so act soon!

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(thanks Liam!)

New Prints from Kelsey Brookes. Sink or Swim



Kelsey Brookes has a pair of really nice looking prints available on his website.  Sink or Swim can be purchased individually for $100 or together for $180.  Each is a nine color screenprint on archival paper in an edition of 100, and each measures 20″ x 20 “.  Signed, numbered and all of that good stuff.  Buy it here

Shepard Fairey Tuesday: A Peace Bomber Print for Everyone


In a move sure to please everyone, Shepard Fairey is releasing an open-edition offset print of Peace Bomber.  Measuring 24″ x 36″ and retailing at $35!, the signed print will be available on May 7th and will never really sell out.

Shepard Fairey Tuesday: Paul McCartney, The Grown-up Beatle print


I should buy my Mom this print.  She grew up liking The Beatles, and I’m sure she had some thing for Paul McCartney.  Releasing in a small quantity at some time today is this show print for Change Begins Within, an event featuring Sir Paul amongst others that happened earlier this month.  It comes in both Blue and Red (after the jump) colorways, and was printed in an edition of 600.  Buy the print here


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Shepard Fairey Tuesday: Bad Brains Collaboration


Ever since it was announced, this print has created some buzz around the office.  Available this Thursday, it will be gone in an instant. Move fast.

Bad Brains Collaboration Print
Shepard Fairey x Glen E Friedman x Bad Brains
24 x 18, 3 Color Screen Print
Edition of 425
Signed by Shepard, Glen E Friedman, and all the original members of Bad Brains

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Evan Hecox gets Parisian


A print to bring Gene P to tears, Evan Hecox has produced the work above using imagery that he created in Paris.  Buy it now

4 color silk screen print on Neenah Environment paper
FSC certified fibers, chlorine free
(20% FSC, 80% post consumer fiber)
Signed and numbered by the artist
20 x 16 In. (50.8 x 40.64 cm) | Edition Of 50



Initially intrigued by the boastfulness of their name (not to mention their stunning “crowns” card), Brooklyn’s own enormouschampion is a brilliantly tidy (read: small but mighty) design group / stationer started by photographer Jordan Provost and design director Jason Wong who are responsible for all of the letterpressing, printing and production of every cleverly-designed and perfectly-executed piece.

Collaborating occasionally with artists who have included Tim Fite (bike series) and Erik Marinovich (nautical series), their work taps into those perfect artful sentiments for moments that may require impact, yet something a bit less sappy. They’ve outdone themselves with their newest sets aptly titled “Bats & Bunnies” and Seagulls & Eagles,” inspired by houndstooth and herringbone woven fabric patterns, respectively. These two sets will undoubtedly join many of their other cards and prints as framed pieces on the walls here at headquarters and at home.

Visit their Etsy shop to check out what they currently have on offer, read an interview with J & J at The Scout and head over to Misosouper for a chance to win a limited edition “All Good Things” print.

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Faile welcomes Spring with new work and a new website


Our friends in Brooklyn woke us up with an email this morning regarding new prints and originals, as well as a fresh new website.  Faile gets colorful, that’s for sure. A lottery has been set up over the next two days, winners will have the chance to purchase work. I wish I wasn’t on a moratorium, because I would love for this piece above to adorn one of my walls.  More info after the jump.

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