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Featured Artist: ATTICA RIOT (Endless Posters Project)

Thursday, August 1st, 2013


These are the Attica Riot posters we printed last month as part of the Endless Posters Project.


Every first Friday of the month, Endless Canvas hand screen prints a poster for a different artist directly in the street.

The posters are FREE (donations appreciated) and are only available that night.

Friday August 2nd, 2013 (6pm – 8:45pm)

Bella Ciao


23rd Street and Telegraph Avenue – Oakland, CA  (In Front of Rock Paper Scissors Gallery)



ENDLESS POSTERS PROJECT – Printing at Tonights Artwalk (July 5th, 2013)

Friday, July 5th, 2013

Tonight Endless Canvas will be screen printing live and giving out free (donation based) posters at Oakland’s first Friday Art Walk.

We will be set up at 23rd Street and Telegraph Ave, and will print from 6pm-8:45pm or while supplies last.

This months artist is ATTICA RIOT. (Artist will not be present)

Endless Posters Project.
(This photo is from last month when we printed Madeleine’s design.)

Our Endless Posters Project has been printing a free poster for a different artist every month consistently for over eight months and off and on over the past few years.

3rd Annual PRINTMAKERS PICNIC – August 11th, 2013

Friday, July 5th, 2013

Endless Canvas will be participating in this years Printmakers Picnic for the third year in a row.

3rd Annual Printmakers Picnic 2013.

Please invite your friends on facebook:

ÜBERMENSCH – Ales “BASK” Hostomsky Solo Show – San Francisco, CA

Saturday, June 22nd, 2013

BASKCanvas-1AMGallery1AM Gallery
1000 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

A solo show of works on canvas

Opening Reception: Friday, July 5th, 2013, 6:30 – 9:30pm
Show Dates: July 5th through August 3rd

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – 1AM is pleased to present, “Übermensch”, a solo show by Ales “BASK” Hostomsky that opens July 5th from 6:30-9:30pm. “Ubermensch” will showcase works depicting children painted as superheroes on found and weathered surfaces that exhibit an energetic urban art aesthetic. The term “Ubermensch”, coined by Friedrich Nietzsche, refers to a state of being super-human; a state which Nietzsche believed mankind should strive to obtain. Expect to see a mix of iconic comic book imagery and playful representations of children upon panels and box frames.

During his childhood, the idea of God as a form of salvation seemed like a foreign concept, but the thought of becoming a super-man seemed obtainable or, at least, something worth striving for. BASK’s highly textural works of child-like figures upon layered, urban backdrops with vibrant comic book iconography recall the fantastical imaginings of his youth.

Bask’s work has appeared in countless publications in both advertising and editorial capacities. He has been shown in the Florida International Museum as well as the Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art, which also has his work in its permanent collection. In addition to doing work for Death Cab For Cutie, Primus, and RIDE Snowboards, he was recently commissioned for a series of canvases for the backdrop in Iron Man 3.

For more information, visit

Out of Order – Art Show – Santa Rosa, CA

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

Street Art, Graffiti, Oakland, Art Show, Bely, Hero, Broke, Gats, Ghost Owl, Ras Terms, Nina, Csaw

NINA WRIGHT “So Flesh” – Solo Art Show at VAMP – Oakland, CA

Monday, April 8th, 2013

“So Flesh”

The beautiful and macabre paintings of Nina Wright are on display at Vamp record store in downtown Oakland at 331 19th Street. Canvases stretched to form pieces of a female body bring to life the original style of Nina’s brush through color, shape, space, and layers of expression.

Check it out, it’s dope!

CANNON DILL “Heavy Water” – Solo Art Show at Le Qui Vive Gallery – Oakland, CA

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Cannon Dill’s solo show at Le Qui Vive gallery at 1525 Webster Street will be on display all this month. Spray paint, acrylics on wood, found objects, canvas, wheat pastes, screen printed and embroidered clothing make up an extensive gathering of Cannon’s works that are a must see.

HEAVY WATER – Cannon Dill’s Solo Art Show – April 5th, 2013

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Le Qui Vive Gallery is inside the Famous Four Colors building in Oakland, CA.
Heavy Water Art Show.

Cannon Dill from LeQuiVive Gallery on Vimeo.

Cannon’s dual conflict of man and nature remains evident as he works in the classic wood grain, rustic, fine line detail of work. Cannon takes on a new form as he introduces color into his palate. Between the sharp lines a new liquid, oozing between the idea of innards and substance. The colors strike and dawn the perimeters of the artist’s narrative scale. At first glance, Heavy Water becomes the feeling of the pinnacle, folksy storytelling from Cannon, leaving the title of the show to stand for the organs produced. Dictating the scale of proportions, this narrative begins to set this rule. We also gain the magnitude and importance in the large scale murals that Cannon produces; a direct translation of size within his work. The approach reprises the undertones that Cannon consistently aims for. A sense of detachment from the wonders of the simple world bring to life the harrowing dismissal of nature; present in the subjects he draws a new idea of reason, awareness & introspective thinking.

THE ELEFUNK GALLERY – April 5th, 2013

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

“The EleFUNk Gallery.” Curated by Patti Astor, the show will feature a huge line-up of graffiti and street artists and will pay tribute to Patti’s original FUN Gallery in NYC, which was the first art space to show the likes of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Futura, Kenny Scharf, Keith Haring, Fab 5 Freddy and many other influential artists in the early ’80s.


“The EleFUNk Gallery” runs April 5-30 and the opening reception will be held at Loakal on April 5. There will also be an all-day live painting event with all of the artists, followed by a closing reception, on April 27.

The line-up of artists includes: Founding members of The Ex-Vandals Crew, Wicked Gary (NYC), Stan 153, Flint, Kool Kito, Refa, Resek, Kufue, Nate1, KAYTWO, Pengo, Chris Granillo, Cuba, Mace, Jeannette Farrell, Agana, Sno (WA), Joker, Nite Owl, Onedr, Kori Thompson, Ernest Doty, Griffin One, Such & Champ Styles (AZ), and more. These artists will be joined by Chuky and Creature for the wall jam and closing reception on April 27.

NINA WRIGHT – “So Flesh” Art Show – April 5th, 2013

Monday, March 25th, 2013


New GIRAFA Piece Going up – San Jose, CA

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Renowned street artist Girafa will be debuting a new piece across all 8 outside windows of 55 South, a bar/lounge in San Jose, CA, located in the heart of Silicon Valley.

ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR – San Francisco, CA – March 16th and 17th, 2013

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

Endless Canvas will be tabling the SF Anarchist Bookfair for it’s fifth year in a row.

This year we have two tables (immediately next to each other) so that we can pack even more work by local artists.

The Bookfair will aslo be more conveniently located in the Mission near BART this time.


The 18th annual San Francisco Anarchist Book Fair will be March 16 and 17, 2013.

For the first time, the book fair will be held at The Armory Community Center, located in San Francisco’s Mission District at the corner of 14th Street and Mission.

The Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair is a free two-day event presented by Bound Together Bookstore.

Each year, the book fair brings together over 75 radical booksellers, distributors, independent presses, and political groups from around the world, and features books, pamphlets, zines, art, crafts, and information. The two-day fair includes dozens of speakers, panels, and workshops as well as an art show.

DAN ISAAC BORTZ – Two Part Solo Exhibition – PART 1

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013



BLACK BUCKET BASE Art Show – San Francisco, CA

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Ras Terms, PTV, Street Art, Graffiti, Art Show

“INNOVATORS” – An Art Show Celebrating BLACK HISTORY Month

Friday, February 1st, 2013

"Innovators" Black History Month Art Show @ Warehouse 416

Transforming the Landscape of Black America
Friday, Feb. 1st – Saturday, Feb. 23rd

Come out to the 3rd annual Warehouse 416 Black History Month Exhibit and experience the legacy of Oakland Art. Warehouse416 is proud to be the only Oakland Art Murmur gallery to annually host a Black History Month Show. This years show, Innovators is a special treat, focusing on an incredible group of artists, spanning four generations, who are continually breaking new ground in their work. Come experience the pioneers and emerging talent of your local art community with us!

the THEME…. Black folks who were/are game changers, trailblazers, pioneers, chief rockers of the vangaurd and by definition just by breathing were the avant-garde….in a word…

James Gayles
Aswad Aarif
Sage Amewa
Lawrence Buford
Melanin Buford
Keena Romano
Eesuu Orundide

Friday, Feb. 1st 6-10pm
In conjunction with Oakland Art Murmur

Every Saturday, 1-5pm
or by appointment

DJ fflood


Artist Talk & Brunch with James Gayles, Eesuu Orundide & Aswad Aarif
Saturday, February 9th, 2-5pm
Longtime members of Oakland’s art scene, James Gayles, Eesuu Orundide, and Aswad Aarif have inspired a generation of Black artists, James with his watercolors and Eesuu and Aswad with their strong graphic style. Come hear these amazing individuals discuss their artistic process, and share their ruminations on how the Oakland art scene has evolved over the years.

Pacificohigh Zine Release
Saturday, February 16th 1-5pm
Check out the longawaited zine release of Pacificohigh #2 from Deadeyes, featuring three years of incredible street art, installations, murals and gallery work

Black Futurist Spoken Word/Broun Fellinis
& Closing Reception of Innovators

Saturday, February 23rd 5-9pm
Join D.Scott for an improvisational collaboration of spoken word artists, vocalist, and live painting, featuring the music of the Broun Fellinis

PRODUCED BY Scrivani Productions…follow your art