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Irot Print now available
– 18″ by 24″ Inches
– 2 Color Serigraph
– Limited edition of 30
– 100 lbs Archival Paper
– Signed and Numbered by Artist
Growing up on the reservations in Southern New Mexico- Mescalero Apache, has shaped the cultural connection of Irot to public art. His first memories of pubic art were petroglyphs around the Sacramento Mountains. They were images drawn by the Mogollon (prehistoric people) of animals. He was fascinated by their meaning and got a glimpse of the region’s historic past. In grade school, Irot attended boarding school where he started to get involved in the local graffiti scene and was hooked. He graduated from college with a degree in Fine Arts, while spending much of those years living between the Bay Area and the mountain regions. His travels and culture inspire the diversity of his work and passion for the field. His work can been seen in local galleries and in murals on the streets in Bay Area.
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!!!!
PICK ONE UP IN PERSON TONIGHT:
(Friday August 2nd, 2013) Endless Canvas will be tabling at the Oakland Art Walk from 6pm-8:30pm. We’ll be set up at 23rd Street and Telegraph Avenue in front of Rock Paper Scissors Gallery. We’ll also be giving out Bella Ciao posters for free.
We’ve really stepped up our quality with this issue. We’ve added some color, added a couple editors to improve the quality of the interview and changed the binding so that it’s book quality… built to last!
This issue’s featured artist is Pemex. It includes an interview and a four page full color spread of his street work.
The majority of the photos were taken between the Summer of 2011 and the Winter of 2013 in the Oakland / San Francisco Bay Area.
ARTISTS IN THIS ISSUE:
Anemal, Irot, Torso, Crab, Cancer Carl, Lekt, Myla, Lady Mags, JR, Dead Eyes, Trust Your Struggle, Leach, Logo, Koleo, Digit, Kamo, Carb, Grief, Kama, Devote, Enron, Ohioe, OddFellow, Wire, Swerv, Lute, GATS, Pink Eyes, Reminisce, Phaze, Ribity, Vyal, Eggs, Jdog, Pear, Afrika, Euros, Cheph, Goya, Cloud, Psy, Sager, M4M, DyoungV, Destroy All Design, Rodi, Wrane, Ernest Doty, Pork, Chris Granillo, Bella Ciao, Krime, Bhoe, Pemex, Saze, Toro, Chan, Blief, Condor, DieSlow, Roar, Thor, Debl, MYTK, Swampy, You Go Girl, Remio, Paeday, Masher, Attica Riot, Tupac, Meck, Jade, Gun, Civ, PTV, Ebay, Mike, Marte, Aker, Mind Detergent, Hafta, Pobrecito, Optimist, Resta, Stok, Renek, Ghost Owl, Baer, Fword, Ank, Skul, Jurne, Broke, Safety First, Grizley, Oger, Dstn, Daver, Old Crow, HellDiver, Ras Terms, Swoon, Oasis, Party Ghost, Feral Child, Scez and more.
– Limited Run of 500
– 5.5″ x 8.5″ Inches
– Glossy Color Cover
– 66 Pages
– 4 Pages Full Color
– 62 Pages Black and White
– Perfect Bound
– Printed in Oakland
– Recycled Paper
– Animal-Free Binding
ABOUT 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.
NEXT PRINT DATE:
Friday August 2nd, 2013 (6pm – 8:45pm)
NEXT DESIGN BY:
23rd Street and Telegraph Avenue – Oakland, CA (In Front of Rock Paper Scissors Gallery)
David Polka is a visual artist and graphic designer currently based in Oakland, CA. Originally from Las Cruces, New Mexico, he is a graduate of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and has been exhibiting work professionally since 2006.
Drawing inspiration from abandoned and neglected places, stories and people, Polka’s work distills the ephemeral nature of human experience into a visual record of accumulated memories and emotions. Flowing, abstract forms envelop figures weary from loss and hardship in an exploration of transitory connections. Reflecting a myriad of aesthetic influences including Native American art, graffiti, anime, and Colonial and Byzantine devotional art, these images examine how personal interactions are fostered and eroded by adversity, revealing the lines connecting different facets of our existence with irrevocable patterns of life and death, destruction and rebirth.
To view his latest work, visit davidpolka.com.
Music video by Zion I performing ShadowBoxing. 2013 Live Up.
Filmed inside Endless Canvas’s SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 (Large Scale Mural Exhibit).
Graffiti Art: Curated by Endless Canvas as part of the SPECIAL DELIVERY 2012 Exhibit. Featuring Anemal, Jurne, Rekn, Yoder, Grow, Depht, Enor, Meck, Enero, Ernest Doty, GATS, Jules Muck, Vator, Scez, Just Becauz, Goser, Samri, M4M, Imp, Kure, Logic, Jaut, Omega, Ghost Owl, Plant Trees, Leach, Cops, Swampy, Zame, Yovoy, Pastime (Full List of Artists)
Director of Photography: Michael Sato
Assistant Director: Nicole Roman
Editing: Spencer Groshong for Ineffable Music
Location Scout: David Wong for Ineffable Music (About the Location)
This past Saturday (December 1st, 2012), True Modern set up a guerilla cocktail party inside The Carbon Warehouse. The abandoned ink factory housing Endless Canvas‘s SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 Mural Exhibit provided a beautiful contrast to the custom Modernist furniture displayed at the cocktail party. As models served h’orderves, guests were given flash lights and encouraged to explore three stories of the post apocalyptic museum. It was pouring rain and the flooded floors turned into giant mirrors giving new life to the artwork. Water ran through the eyes of murals from floor to floor creating the Bay Area’s own Trevi Fountain. What I thought was going to be a simple furniture shoot turned into one of the most gorgeous things I’ve ever seen.
|(Photo by Little_Joe)|
FOR OPEN GALLERY HOURS CHECK:
Our opening reception was far more successful than we could of fathomed with well over 3,000 people showing up and a line ten deep that stretched three blocks. We received a lot of very positive press which then attracted five major news stations to stop by on Monday. This was a life altering event for many people and we thank everyone in the community for pulling together to make this happen!
Endless Canvas opens a Sistine Chapel of graffiti art
East Bay Express:
A Decidedly Special Delivery
Some other folks photos: