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Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

Shepard Fairey for Uganda Children Fundraiser


Shepard Fairey has designed two prints for L.E.A.D. Uganada, a nonprofit educational leadership initiative for children affected by AIDS, war, and poverty. Available now, Yellow Cans and Blanket each measure 18 x 24 inches, and have been produced as signed, numbered editions of 450, available for $75 each. Buy them here.

via TWBE

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Monday, November 2nd, 2009

KAWS lends a hand to Kiehls charity for RxArt

(Image: Kiehls)

KAWS has teamed up with  nonprofit, RxArt, and luxury beauty products company, Kiehls, lending his designs to a limited skin moisturizer. With prices ranging from $26 -$70, you can feel good about indulging in one of the 3 available sizes. 100% of profits will benefit RxArt’s continuing mission of curating installations in hospital settings across the United States.  Past projects include works by Donald Baechler, Ryan McGinness, Matthew Ritche and Frank Stella.

Ryan McGinness’ RxArt installation for the NYU Child Study Center. (Image: RxArt)

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Friday, October 30th, 2009

Steve Powers’ New York Print Release


Pictures on Walls just released this four color screenprint by Steve Powers. The signed/numbered edition of 125 measures 64 x 64 cm and is priced at £205. The man called ESPO is also set to open a new gallery show at White Walls in San Francisco on Nov. 14.

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Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Mark Gonzales Zine Set


In conjunction with Mark Gonzales’ current New York exhibit with Franklin Parrasch, Elk Books has published a two-volume catalog zine. The set was printed as an edition of 100 copies and is priced at $20.


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Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Bring Home a New York Minute

(Image via O.H. W.O.W)

The New York Minute exhibition catalog is now available via O.H. W.O.W as a hardcover edition, limited to 100 numbered copies and packaged with a special t-shirt. The set is $75, so hopefully a softcover version will pop up, like the one seen in this sneak peek via the show’s curator, Kathy Grayson (who was just interviewed by Art Observed). Read on for images. Read the rest of this entry »

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Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Josh Keyes Scorch II Print Release


Josh KeyesScorch II will go on sale next Thursday, Oct. 15 at 11am (Mountain Standard Time) via David B. Smith Gallery. The print measures 18 x 24″, and was produced as a signed and numbered edition of 50.

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Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Bring Out Your Dead

Damien Hirst – The Dead – Imperial Purple/Oriental Gold Skull, 2009.

Though we aren’t feeling this one, Damien Hirst will release a new print entitled The Dead this Saturday, Oct 10. The foil block prints measures 72 x 51 cm, and will be available in 30 different two-color variations, each in a signed and numbered edition of of 15 (with 5 APs). Co-produced by Paul Stopler Gallery and Hirst’s editions company, Other Criteria, The Dead will be available at Other Criteria at 6pm, in store and online the day of the release. Price: £3,450.

Damien Hirst – The Dead Print Release
Oct 10., 6-8pm, on view till Oct. 24
Other Criteria
36 new Bond Street
London, W1S 2RP
Tel: +44(0)20 7629 5800

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Monday, September 28th, 2009

New York Art Book Fair to feature Richard Prince and Japanese Pop Exhibits

Brendan Fowler of ANP Quarterly at past NY Art Book Fair. (Image: NY Art Book Fair)

The New York Art Book Fair opens later this week at P.S.1 Arts Center in Long Island City.  After last year’s overly crowded gathering at Phillips de Pury, we hope the change of venue lends to a less hectic visit. The weekend-long event plays host to over 200 international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, and independent publishers, as well as a conference and several special events, including signings by photographers Ryan McGinley and Peter Sutherland. This year, Printed Matter curates a special exhibition of the books and posters of artist Richard Prince, from the 70s to today. We are also looking forward to Gallery 360’s project room, where they will present Japanese Pop, Then & Now, with works by Kiyoshi Awazu, Suzy Amakane, Keiji Ito, Erika Kobayashi, Yutaka Kuriyama, Keiichi Tanaami, Tadanori Yokoo, and Aquirax Uno. A preview night benefit takes place this Thursday and includes entrance to a party at Deitch Studios, Long Island City. Tickets(available via Printed Matter) begin at $20 and include limited artist editions by Elmgreen & Dragset, Jutta Koether, Tom Sachs, and Mungo Thomson.

NY Art Book Fair
Oct. 2 – 4
Preview + Benefit Night: Oct. 1
P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center
22-25 Jackson Ave.
Long Island City, NY 11101


Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Shepard Fairey Soup Can III Print Release


Shepard Fairey’s Soup Can III will go on this Wednesday via Iconoclast Editions. The signed/numbered edition of 200 is the third print out of four different color variations of the image, and measures 16 x 20 inches. While no release time has been announced, Iconoclast will post a special pre-sale password on both their facebook and twitter pages one hour before the general public sale begins. As with the last release in the series, expect to see a rapidly rising price tag once it’s available, followed be a quick sell out.

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Thursday, August 20th, 2009

Shepard Fairey Close Knit Charity Print

(Image: © Obeygiant)

Shepard Fairey will release a limited print edition of his recent Close Knit image at an undisclosed time today. Priced at $50, all proceeds from the signed and numbered edition of 450 will benefit the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation. The original spray painted stencil and mixed media collage on canvas was auctioned off during the organization’s annual Art For Life charity auction last month.

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