Posts Tagged ‘Beer is Good’
We proud to announce publishing our first Graphic Noval by Broke One PTV.
THEY GENTRIFY WE DRINK is a parody of John Carpenter cult classic They Live which is a must watch in these lovely times we find ourselves living in.
– Limited First Printing of 125
– 5.5″ x 8.5″ Inches
– Glossy Color Cover
– Perfect Bound
– Printed in the USA
– 54 pages all illustrated by hand Full Color
Available Now: They Gentrify
If you’re Local 14th Street Supply 356 14th St, Oakland, we put some copies in there.
Serigraph by Broke One
– Limited Edition of 30
– Signed and Numbered by artist
– 8″ by 10″ Inches
– Hand Pulled Serigraph
– Two Layers / Metalic ink
“The artist that has put up thousands of hilarious stickers, posters and tags all over the bay, off and on since the mid 90’s. The MAN who went toe to toe with the “silver buff” of Berkeley and WON.”
New Broke Print
BRAND NEW JUST YOU….
– Limited Edition of 200 with hand screen printed cover, signed and numbered ?
– 40 pages all illustrated by hand
?- Full page by guest artist Sad Cloud (PTV) and Just One Raccoon
About BROKE aka Beer is Good
For over two decades, BROKEONE has played an integral role among the Bay Area graffiti landscape. His stickers, throws, pieces and wheat pastes adorn poles to walls. His work inspires residents and outsiders to question the discourse of public versus private space, as well as find humor among the day-to-day patterns we all feel confined by.
and Frank is BACK!!!!
Eight new full color hand drawn designs specially made for this sticker pack. Also comes with one hand drawn beer can on a eggshell sticker plus one more hand drawn on a US postal sticker. Plus a hand full of mini stickers are thrown in.
– 8 FULL Color vinyl stickers
– 1 Drawn beer can egg shell
– 1 Drawn us postal
About BROKE (BEER IS GOOD):
“The artist that has put up thousands of hilarious stickers, posters and tags all over the bay, off and on since the mid 90’s”
Please do not place these over other people’s work in the street (stickers, tags, etc). Endless Canvas and the above artist believe in expressing respect to everyone.
This weekend we took a trip to view the “OUT OF ORDER” art exhibition that took place in Santa Rosa, CA. The interior of a warehouse was taken over by an eclectic group of Bay Area graffiti and street art artists.