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Prints on Parade: Imminent Disaster, David Choe, UR New York, Charming Baker and GAIA

Posted on May 24, 2010

Many artists are finding it a smart move these days to create short runs of prints. Sometimes they are quite affordable and sometimes quite remarkable in their splendor.  Here are a few that are recently released in case you have some extra cash.

Imminent Disaster

Ms. Disaster has just released a new limited run silkscreen edition.  It’s a detail from the recent installation “Refuge” at ThinkSpace gallery in Los Angeles in March.

Check out and interview with Imminent Disaster and Armsrock in Juxtapoz here.

Imminent Disaster
“Crossing the River” from Imminent Disaster

Crossing the River
Edition of 4 APs
Black and tan ink on cloth
28″ x 37″

Find out more about the piece here.

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David Choe

In the midst of a show at Lazarides called “Nothing to Declare” in fabulous Beverly Hills, Mr. Choe has released this dramatic beauty.

"I Like My Waffles Sprinkled
“I Like My Waffles Sprinkled With Deep Throat Tears”, by David Choe

Title I Like My Waffles Sprinkled With Deep Throat Tears
Type Print
Edition 38
Year 2010
Size 82 cm x 72 cm
Learn more about this print here.

UR New York

Combining graff, silkscreen, and paintbrushes, the Street Art collective UR New York has released their very first print series.

UR New York
UR New York

Learn more here.
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Charming Baker

English painter Charming Baker is in New York for his first solo show “Stupid Has A New Hero”. These edition prints were printed at Modern Multiples and published by Carmichael Gallery.

"Half Pint NYC" by Charming Baker
“Half Pint NYC” by Charming Baker

“Half Pint NYC”
Four colour CYMK screenprint410 gsm Somerset Tub paper
Size: 76 X1 02cm

Learn more about the print HERE

“Stupid Has A New Hero – New Paintings by Charming Baker” takes place at the NY Studio Gallery, 154 Stanton St in New York. The show runs until May 30th.

www.charmingbaker.com

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Gaia

Senior Gaia, a NYC-Baltimore street artist is hunting and pecking and scratching around the industrial farmyard with this animal-human hybrid. This print release from last month references a story of betrayal from the Bible.

"Deny Me Three Times", by Gaia
“Deny Me Three Times”, by Gaia

“Deny Me Three Times”, by Gaia

92 x 126 cm
hand-burnished lino cut
lennox paper

Edition of 25, numbered and signed

Learn more at Nelly Duff

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