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01.15.10 Bucky Turco

If you’re worried that Wyclef is going to mismanage your donation, but still want to help with the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti, consider this Dalek poster via the Poster Cause Project. The full color artwork measures 6×11 inches and is selling for $15. All of the profits will be donated to Doctors Without Borders, […]

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12.22.09 Will Sherman

Artist Scott Teplin has designed a series of tiny homes that fit inside the letters of the alphabet. Outfitted with slot machines, ice cream parlors, wave rooms and missile silos, the delicately drawn dwellings are more exciting than your average cramped apartment, albeit less practical. Limited edition letter prints for spelling out words or hanging […]

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12.18.09 Bucky Turco

If you’re poor and want to own some BNE artwork, but don’t have thousands of dollars to shell out for originals, don’t worry, we got you. In an effort to promote art and commerce, while taking the economy into mind, BNE produced limited edition aluminum prints of the cartoon icons featured in his first-ever gallery […]

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12.04.09 Will Sherman

Renowned pixel art collective eBoy has compiled most of the world’s ills into one dreary piece for Amnesty International’s Poverty is Modern campaign. The detailed renderings of rape, rioting, mass slaughter and torture are revealed as one clicks through the cover-up. A print version of the destitute scene, measuring 47 x 33 inches, is also […]

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12.03.09 Will Sherman

Brooklyn-based art duo FAILE has several new releases today: a couple bronze sculptures and a print from last year’s London exhibition. On sale now, “Warriors of the Night,” a cops-shooting-Indian-princess print, is available in a varied-edition of 24. More impressive and pricey are cast version’s of FAILE’s two-dimensional street work. Eight new bronze “Scuba Horse” […]

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12.02.09 Will Sherman

Brooklyn-based artist Jose Parla is releasing a series of new prints with an exhibition this weekend. Opening on Saturday, London’s Elms Lester Gallery will show off the giclee prints, all of them manually layered with Parla’s calligraphic-styled screenprints. “St. Giles,” “The World Touring Letter,” and “One Eighty Fourth Street” will be released in editions of […]

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11.13.09 Bucky Turco

UK-based artist Prefab77 is releasing two new prints in conjunction with his solo exhibit, “Shot at from Both Sides,” opening tonight at The BLDG gallery, quite possibly one of the only cultural institutions in all of Kentucky. “Britannia” measures 22 x 29 inches, is an edition of 30, and comes signed, stamped and numbered. ($170) […]

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11.02.09 Bucky Turco

If you couldn’t afford the original “UnAmerican Graffiti” piece by British street artist D*Face that was featured in his solo show in NYC, worry not, he’s releasing a limited edition print of it. The 21 color serigraph measures 34×48 inches, is an edition of 100, and available starting today at 3PM EST. Cheap it isn’t: […]

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10.30.09 Bucky Turco

After painting all those murals in Philadelphia, Steve Powers, the artist formerly known as ESPO, was able to get back to his sign painting style of art. He’s releasing this ‘New York’ print via Pictures On Walls that offers some graphical-based insights about the greatest city known to mankind. The four color screen print measures […]

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10.22.09 Will Sherman

Paper Monster Press released a slew of new works by street artists and their allies: prints, original paintings and a collaborative book of hand made artworks from more than 25 contributors. MOMO unveils a one-off painting on wood, featuring a second collage on the backside for added value. From FAILE comes “Star-Spangled Shadows,” a silk-screened […]

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