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10.12.09 Will Sherman

Graphic designing street artist Shepard Fairey continues campaigning for the environment, releasing another tabloid-style print warning about the dangers of global warming. Modeled after The Sun and reminiscent of the faux newspapers created and distributed by the Yes Men, Fairey’s “Sun Paper Print” is available sometime tomorrow in an edition of 450 for $45. […]

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10.08.09 Bucky Turco

One of our favorite, post-apocalyptic portraying artists, Josh Keyes, is releasing a print version of his Scorch II painting. No word yet on pricing, but it goes on sale October 15th via the David B. Smith gallery. |TheArtCollectors| […]

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10.05.09 Bucky Turco

Although some street artists might find Shepard Fairey’s new meta “Sticker Kit” print useful, a how-to not get caught would probably be a lot more useful. |PosterDistrict| […]

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09.30.09 Bucky Turco

Usually reserved for power lines, SKEWVILLE is offering, for the first time, an uncut edition of his signature wood sneakers. They measure 12×18 inches, are double sided, and being released as an edition of 10 ($350). |TWBE| […]

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09.25.09 Will Sherman

A German artist figured out how to get people interested in his printmaking process: use a steamroller. Bodo Korsig drew a crowd of spectators as he pressed monotypes at the Museum Biedermann last weekend. Photos via Bodo Korsig […]

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09.23.09 Will Sherman

Chelsea’s Hudson Franklin gallery plays host to a three-day exhibition of offset lithographic posters, a medium “often considered outside of the high-art spectrum.” Organized by Matthew Spiegelman, “Offset” features new works by ten artists printed on the “same large multi-plate presses used to produce magazines, take-out menus, and calendars.” The show opens from 6 to […]

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09.15.09 Will Sherman

Over the weekend, artist Evan Hecox opened “The Last Thousand Years,” an exhibition of city scenes inspired by his travels in Vietnam. Using a subdued palette inflected with nuanced splashes of color, Hecox renders “the everyday existence of average people as they traverse the detritus of the modern metropolis.” Chelsea’s Joshua Liner Gallery will keep […]

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09.09.09 Bucky Turco

Graphic designing street artist Shepard Fairey honors one of the greatest basketball players of all time by effortlessly retracing the photograph to the right and releasing it as a limit edition print. Still locked in an ongoing battle with the AP over the mostly stolen “HOPE” image, we can only assume he got permission from […]

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Will Sherman

Here’s a Simpsons homage that doesn’t involve any colorful culture change. Nearly a dozen Hip Hop stars were rendered as Springfield residents for a new print release by Format magazine. Designed by Moxy Creative, the “No Homer” series features a Coogi-wearing Biggie Smalls, spliff-smoking Snoop Dog and gun-toting Eazy-Z among other cartooned rappers. A group […]

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