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"Ava" by artist Charmaine Olivia.
The “Ava” limited edition silhouette print (only 100 produced) just dropped from artist Charmaine Olivia! ($65 + free domestic shipping and handling)
Many of her former silhouette editions have completely sold out, now’s your chance to pick one up here: http://charmaineolivia.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/ava-limited-edition-giclee-print
Details: “Each print measures 11” x 17” inches and is printed on Entrada Rag Bright 300 g/m2 paper. Patron of the Arts uses UltraChrome K3 ink has improved print permanence characteristics that provide lightfastness ratings of up to 108 years for color prints. These prints are stunningly beautiful, and we pride ourselves on the quality of each and every one produced!”
Artist Charmaine Olivia just dropped her second mini print edition today (with the first one almost sold completely out)! Don’t miss this chance to pick up a signed 8.5” x 11” “Voodou” print issued from Patron of the Arts! ($20 US with free s&h)
Artist Michael Cuffe is releasing the last of his private stock tonight from his sold out 2008 offset poster print edition entitled “The Hopeful Hearts Club” featuring many of the faces that made the campaign a success. There is a very limited supply of these prints available… get em’ while they’re hot.
$30 (includes free shipping and handling) through Patron of the Arts here:
Artist Carty Sewill just released this limited edition print aptly titled “Obama” through the fine art publishing house Patron of the Arts. There are only 25 of these signed limited edition prints available at $55 (which includes free shipping and handling). Each print is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Artist Brett Amory just dropped this “Waiting #138” screenprint with The Outsiders gallery in London.
This is a four color screenprint with hand painted details on Velin Arches Blanc 300gsm paper in a super sweet edition of 20.
Cool new ultra limited edition framed print just dropped from artist Charmaine Olivia - only 10 of these available, get em’ while they’re hot!
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This new print from Shepard Fairey dropped this week… “I believe in using my art to advocate for human rights, so working with Human Rights Watch to further their goals is an honor and ideal collaboration for me. I’m very excited about this image because I feel it promotes the idea that a few courageous people can stand up for what they think is right, and soon others will join them. There is power in every small action and cumulative power in numbers. “TYRANNY HAS A WITNESS” showcases the hope and determination needed to fight injustice and oppression.” – Shepard. #shepardfairey #obey #obeygiant #art #artist #poster #print (Taken with instagram)
This new print from Shepard Fairey dropped this week…
"I believe in using my art to advocate for human rights, so working with Human Rights Watch to further their goals is an honor and ideal collaboration for me. I’m very excited about this image because I feel it promotes the idea that a few courageous people can stand up for what they think is right, and soon others will join them. There is power in every small action and cumulative power in numbers. “TYRANNY HAS A WITNESS” showcases the hope and determination needed to fight injustice and oppression." – Shepard
Tyranny Has a Witness: http://bitly.com/OGtyranny
The Great Wave off Kanagawa (神奈川沖浪裏, Kanagawa Oki Nami Ura , lit. “Under a Wave off Kanagawa”), also known as The Great Wave or simply The Wave, is a woodblock print by the Japanese artist Hokusai. An example of ukiyo-e art, it was published sometime between 1830 and 1833 (during the Edo Period) as the first in Hokusai’s series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei (富嶽三十六景)), and is his most famous work. This particular woodblock is one of the most recognized works of Japanese art in the world. It depicts an enormous wave threatening boats near the Japanese prefecture of Kanagawa. While sometimes assumed to be a tsunami, the wave is, as the picture’s title notes, more likely to be a large okinami lit. “wave of the open sea.” As in all the prints in the series, it depicts the area around Mount Fuji under particular conditions, and the mountain itself appears in the background.