(previous prints were available on my site, but we've moved to a better shopping cart experience.)
~ 21.5"x21.5." (including 1/8" white border)
~ framing optionavailable (scroll below)
~ giclee print on 100% archival cotton rag paper
~ signed and numbered on the image area
~ limit of two per person ~ unframed price: $110
~ framed price: $390
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The 'It Was You' print has a framing option.
A beautiful black moulding with a gold accent, personally picked out by myself.
Conservationally framed with UV-filtering acrylic. Acid-free backing and spacers to allow the print to breath. Approximately 23.75" x 23.75" with frame Made by a super skilled framer with over 15 years experience!
Prints are signed in the image area (not in the white space under the image).
so if/when you would like it to get framed, you do not have to leave a white border around the image.
this way, it will look more like the original! if you prefer a white border, you must get it matted accordingly.
Unframed Printswill be shipped in a tube. (not flat) to expedite the shipping process.
Please allow up to 4~6 weeks for delivery.
Los Angeles local pick up available. email us at email@example.com after purchase to arrange, or if you have any other questions or concerns.
Aaron Horkey, Alex Yanes, Andrew Schoultz, Audrey Kawasaki, Brendan Monroe, Brandon Shigeta, Cryptik, Esao Andrews, Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins, Hot Tea, James Bullough, Jeff Soto, John S. Culqui, Low Bros, Meggs, Nosego, Nychos, Saber, and Tristan Eaton.
The Vitality and Verve exhibition will be one of several locations in Long Beach this summer that will feature mural art. POW! WOW! Long Beach 2015, celebrates an inaugural art festival that will feature mural projects, gallery shows, and exciting programming – throughout downtown and nearby locations, which is slated to run the week of June 22 – June 28 featuring internationally renowned artists. Vitality and Verve was made possible in collaboration with Thinkspace Gallery and Pow! Wow!
Come check us out when it's all complete! There are epic artists here currently at work. Seeing them paint/spray at such a large scale is just breath taking. Such an honor being able to work along side them.
It was such an honor and a great experience taking on this mural project with Mari and Andrew last week at the Worcetser Art Museum. Thankyou to everyone at the museum for giving us this precious experience. Special thanks to Adam, Eric, Katrina, Lisa, Yumi, and Nick for your generous support and hospitality. I can honestly say that I truly enjoyed this experience. The first day of painting I was overwhelmed and intimidated by the size and height of the wall. And most of all, it was challenging working in front of an audience. I felt very insecure and self conscious, and it was such a struggle to get into my own zone, and not worry about criticism. But day two felt a little better, and by day three I was enjoying seeing my image unravel. I felt more confident and found myself feeding off the energy of people that came to look and say hi. So, thank you to all that stopped by to show support and to chat. I’ll be tackling another mural soon, and am pretty excited about it. Working large scale is liberating, and hope this experience will shift and improve the way I work. It was a tough and exhausting week, but am so happy and grateful for it all. Thankyou!
Piece for 'The One Page Comic Show' where artists were asked to tell a story in one page.
I was intrigued by this, since I grew up reading Japanese manga, and once dreamed of becoming a manga artist.
Though it was definitely challenging I enjoyed it.
This group show will be held at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle.
Curated by Robbie Lowery.
3/27-3/30 during Emerald City Comic Con.