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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

The Lowbrow Art Sale: Travis Louie, Stella Im Hultberg & Brom

Posted By on Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 8:00 AM

Travis Louie "Stack of Demons"

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Tarvis Louie is back with his great film noir style in this new print being released by Copro Nason Gallery. The print features three little demons in his crazy style, posing for you. It's a killer image and since it is already framed for you it's a great deal as well. Framing prints is often the most expensive part of it all, and you also know that is the frame the artist intended for the work. The print is framed, signed and numbered in an edition of 50.

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Stella Im Hultberg "Lovely Day"

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This Friday at the Gallery 1988 in San Francisco, Stella Im Hultberg's solo show opens up. For the show a set of mini prints will be released, along with this larger 16" x20" print. The print is signed and numbered in an edition of 100. The prints will be released at the reception on the 28th, and on the 29th for the rest of the world. Stella's prints sell out very quick, so grab one at the show if you can.

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Brom "Miss Muffet"

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If you ever played role-playing games, read comics, played Doom 2 or watched Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow then you are familiar with the work of Brom. I have heard the phrase "Gothic Fetishism" used to describe his work and I can see that it fits. His work is filled fantasy and beautiful women, all brought to life with perfect colors and contrast. This print is Brom's take on Miss Muffet and is 9.5" x13" and is limited to an edition of 1000.

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Justin Meyers "Target Practice"

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An artist out of Nebraska, Justin Meyes is insanely talented. I have much respect for those that can render photo realistic images with a pencil or charcoal. The textures and details in his works are truly awe inspiring. He has a great amount of surrealistic imagery to his works, like the piece shown above. This print is 14"x 20", signed, titled and numbered in an edition of 20.

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Isaac Bushkin "The Winds of Winter's War"

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An artist that will soon be working out of Portland, Isaac Bushkin currently has a show at the Art Star Gallery and will soon be showing at the Lab101 & Distinction. He works on oil, acrylic and even sculpture. If your a fan of artists like Jeff Soto the work of Isaac will be a hit very fast. His works have amazing color palettes and are filled with just the right amount of texture. This is an open-edition print that you can find in his online store. Make sure you look at his gallery while your there.

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(LOWBROW runs every Tuesday on All Shook Down. Till then, peep the LOWBROW archive.)

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