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Seth – “In My Head” Lithograph

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Paris-based art agency AgenceSixPM will be releasing a new lithograph by French artist Seth on March 30th, produced @ legendary Idem Studio. Based on his image previous painted outdoor in China and indoor in Lyon, “In My Head” is a classic Seth image inspired by the world of children.

Depicting the back of the head of a young boy, the image shows a colorful portal inside kid’s mind. Representing their playful (rainbow colors), and unrestricted imagination (blue skies), the piece is somewhat more minimal, sharper and more focused than Seth’s usual works. The whole concept is accented with juxtaposition against the grim grey foreground that the subject is facing, symbolizing the real world around. Hand signed and numbered 15 colors lithograph will be available from March 30th and will be released in an edition of 125 pieces measuring 103,5 x 71 cm (40.75 x 27.95 inches).

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PORNO!

Melbourne is known worldwide for its graffiti, and has many crews with a number of big names. One of these names is PORNO. Having recently dropped his very first print, we thought it best to catch the man from his lair at Everfresh Studio to get the low down.

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Damo: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Porno: Sure. I write Porno… ISO, CDF, LED, STD, 321, ADC, INN, WS4, WSO, ID.

I’ve been writing graff for 22 years. I started painting in 1994. My painting was originally influenced directly through hip-hop, older friends, older brothers and the people I hung out with as a hyperactive kid.

I pretty much started DJing, B-Boying, trying to MC and was part of the start a crew called “ISO” which was a hip-hop crew. Many years later that I was only really interested in painting graff. I ended up working in signage and doing a design degree. From there on I decided I wanted to get into my own signage biz because it was the most relevant thing to painting at the time for me. I had worked for numerous signage companies, became a production manager, and became really interested in production, manufacturing and technology which changed a lot of my perception of my art and my processes.

Painting is how I first I started to intertwine with people of the culture. At one point I stepped away from painting all together for a couple of years (around 2006 or 2007). I got back into it around 2008-2009 when I decided I would set up my own signage business. I met with all the guys from ‘Per Square Metre’ and got back into graffiti painting with more positive people and a fresh outlook. I ended up setting up another separate studio after ‘Per Square Metre’ ended called ‘Safe House Studio’ where it was a similar sort of vein; a heap of graffiti artists and artists who ran their own businesses from there and worked together on numerous creative projects, murals etc. The studio got its title from a police raid which occurred within the first month of opening. One of the transit police officers claimed it was a graffiti safe house!

Eventually that closed down and I moved in at the Everfresh Studio, still running my signage business. Here, I’m surrounded by all these amazing paintings and people who are proactive enough to do what they want to do. It’s invigorating and essentially it’s really motivating.

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Ernest Zacharevic “Splash and Burn” print release

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Tomorrow, Friday 20th of January @ 3pm GMT Ernest Zacharevic will be releasing his self-produced lithograph “Splash and Burn”. The release will be used to generate funding for a self curated art campaign launching in spring 2017 in association with The Sumatran Orangutan Society.

“Splash and Burn” is an 11 layer, hand-finished lithograph depicting a young boy with a burning match in hand, atop a Rhino folded from an American dollar bill. The playful image is a continuation of his work inspired by children at play and each print is hand-finished using matches and an antique oil lantern. Printed on the BFK Rives 270gr paper measuring 90cm x 68cm each lithograph comes signed and numbered by the artist and will be available in an edition of 130 via ErnestZacharevic.com.

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Martha Cooper x VNA Limited Edition Box Set!

It’s been a long time coming… We’ve chased Martha from New York to Berlin, Miami to South America and finally, we are proud to bring you the Martha Cooper x VNA Limited Edition box set.

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We’ve sourced paper, run test prints and bounced proofs back and forth over the course of 6 months to produce an amazingly detailed black & white screen-print of one of Martha’s photos on the cover of issue 34.

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It’s taken us a while to confirm all the components of this set (an edition of /150) – from the special signature camera pin badge, to the screen-printed cover and lovingly signed photo prints – and both ours and Martha’s quality control has been super high throughout – there is even an exclusive list included in each set with caption details of each of Martha’s images in the magazine.

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We’d like to thank Martha publicly for her assistance and co-operation throughout this lengthy and difficult process, as well as special shouts to Louis @ Spraying Bricks, Nina @Joshua Liner Gallery, Rik @ Ripe Digital and Joshua @ White Duck Screen Print – without whom this would not have come together.

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So now, the wait is over, the prints are signed, the sets are numbered and the boxes are packed and they are finally available to buy exclusively, online, from 2pm GMT time today.

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Get your set before they disappear!

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Martha Cooper photograph courtesy of Susan Welchman.

Releases: Gonefellow “Rude Farmer”

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One of the things that makes the urban art scene so exciting and addicting is how unpredictive it can be and how it doesn’t comply to any rules of classic art. One of the good examples of that is the mysterious artist Gonefellow who has been raising a lot of dust with his recent releases on social media and beyond.

Not long ago he released and sold out “Graffiti Truck The Parody” print (seen bellow), using Banksy’s “Siren Of The Lambs” truck as the main image while commenting on the trend of “salvaging” his public work. Supported by Castle Gallery, he is now releasing a 2nd print release titled “Rude Farmer”. Using another iconic Banksy image as a reference, “Rude Copper”,  the image depicts an elderly man showing a middle finger “to all the animal abusers”. Everything started as a simple drawing (seen bellow), which soon escalated in an idea about producing a limited edition of 100 unsigned prints that will cost £100 + shipping with all the proceeds going to PDSA animal charity. The print was printed by Modern Multiples LA and was planned to release in January, but Castle gallery is already taking the pre-orders via email.

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Ludo’s “Victory” print release

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French artist Ludo will be releasing a new lithograph titled “Victory” on Wednesday, November 30th @  6pm (GMT+1) via EnjoyTheViolence.com. The print features an image of one of his recent paintings that are on view in Miami @ Jonathan Levine and Juxtapoz Magazine group show.

The print will be released in a low edition of only 50 + 5 AP’s (black background), all unique pieces measuring 65x55cm. Using lithography image as the base of the work, Ludo hand painted the background and green accents on each copy, using 3 layers of acrylic and making each copy unique. The edition was produced @ the legendary Idem studio in Paris, comes embossed by the studio stamp as well as signed and dated by the artist.

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Martha Cooper Library – URBAN NATION BERLIN

The worlds premier Urban Contemporary Art Museum, URBAN NATION (UN), in Berlin needs your help to donate or loan books. This rendering is the first look at the Martha Cooper Library inside the Urban Nation Museum in Berlin the heart of the library is Martha Cooper‘s personal collection.

URBAN NATION is calling all artists, art lovers and collectors – If you have books of your work or the work of others you produced, books you would like to lend or donate to the archive to help it grow, or even if you want to tell them about books they should know about, URBAN NATION will organise transport and they will be on display for the opening of the museum 2017 and beyond.

URBAN NATION is looking for books in the following categories:

– Photography
– Street art
– Urban art
– Low brow
– Pop art
– Propaganda
– Installation
– Cities and their art
– Public space
– Artist books

If you have anything to offer, please contact:

library@urban-nation.com

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You’re Not Human x Rebecca Cleal

YNH X REBECCA CLEAL – You’re Not Human will present a unique exhibition featuring a series of new works by photographer and print-maker Rebecca Cleal on Saturday 8th October at The Old Coroners Court, Bristol, 7-10pm.

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The culmination of a 3 year collaborative relationship between Rebecca Cleal & You’re Not Human, this exhibition of screen printed photography celebrates the darker side of Bristol’s music scene. Whilst You’re Not Human are well known for their heavy and uncompromising contribution to the live music landscape of Bristol, it’s Rebecca’s photographic documentation of the events that has given a distinct sense of shape and presence to the scene outside the performances themselves.

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Art on a Postcard – Lottery

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The Hepatitis C Trust’s Art on a Postcard is back for its second year at Moniker with postcards and customised car bonnets. The Postcard Lottery was a huge hit at last year’s Moniker Art Fair and sold out before the end. The lottery gives visitors the chance to own an original artwork by one of the many world renowned artists involved. By purchasing a £50 lottery ticket you are guaranteed to win a postcard size work of art from the likes of Paul Insect, Pure Evil, Eelus, Harland Miller, Peter Blake, Ally McIntyre, Brad Downey, Zsofia Schweger, and Rugman.

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