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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

The Lowbrow Art Sale: Tara McPherson, Scott Campbell & Chris Ryniak

Posted By on Tue, May 27, 2008 at 7:02 AM

Tara McPherson "Weight of Water"


Tara McPherson is back with some new prints, a set of three prints actually. This print set is based off of three paintings that were in her latest solo show at the Jonathan Levine Gallery. I think they translated well into screenprints. Each print in the set is 15" x 20", 5 color serigraph in an edition of 100. Each set will also have the numbers matched. These prints are being made by Diesel Fuel prints, one of the best screen printing shops around.

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Scott Campbell "Pac Man Set #2"


I really haven;t shown enough is this artists prints, he makes some of the coolest illustrations I have seen. This is the second set he has done of the Pac Man series. So you get Pac Man doing some new stuff, like taking that bike off some sweet jumps or being scared by some mummies! This new set is made up of five prints, signed and numbered and limited to 100.

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Chris Ryniak "Black Forest Summer Camp"


It's almost been a year since I have shown anything by Chris Ryniak, well luckily Slingshot Press has added Chris to their 50 for $50 print lineup. The print is about 8" x 9" and features one of Chris' iconic "little monsters" chilling by the water while that deer strikes a pose for you. I really love the colors that he uses, and the aged cabinet photo look of this print is amazing.

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PokeStuff "Cloudman"


Jonathan Ball, or otherwise known as "Pokestuff", has created work that you have most likely seen on Threadless. If you check out that site that is. He has a great style that often reminds me of a fusion of Jeff Soto and Noferin. This print comes from a new site that a friend created in Australia called "IvoteforArt". The site is designed so that you can vote on your favorite pieces, or just buy them. Original art is often available as well. Check it out, it's a great new site with many killer prints. This specific print is open edition.

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Mallorie Freeman "Luna's Eclipse"


An artist out of Cleveland Ohio, Mallorie is inspired by David Lynch, Man Ray and Tamara de Lempicka. Arabella Proffer lives in the area as well and is also a big fan of Lempicka, pretty cool how that worked out. I really dig how this print has that "black and white" medium format quality to it. The print is limited to 100 and of course is signed and numbered.

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