Arkitip, Inc., 10 December 2013, 11:12 AM
Ghosts of Winter, Berlin Evan Hecox, 2008
5 color silk screen print on Neenah Environment paper
FSC certified fibers, chlorine free
(20% FSC, 80% post consumer fiber)
16 x 20 In. (40.64 x 50.8 cm) | Signed artist proof
This new signed print is in stock and ready to ship.
Also available by Evan Hecox:
Arkitip Issue No. 0026
Arkitip Issue No. 0045
Evan Hecox Trees Print
Evan Hecox Distrito Federal Print
Evan Hecox Montauk Print
Evan Hecox El Sol De Mexico Print
Evan Hecox Mexico City Print
Evan Hecox White Sun Print
Thank you for the continued support.
Arkitip, Inc., 23 July 2013, 11:48 AM
We are proud to announce our 59th printed issue edition around Jason Baffa’s new surf film titled; Bella Vita. The film chronicles surfer, environmentalist and artist, Chris Del Moro on a pilgrimage back to his homeland of Italy along with friends and fellow surfers, revealing all the beauty of the country and of life that they encounter on the way.
For the first time in our long publishing history, we are going to produce an issue edition to coincide with the release of a film. The Arkitip issue edition will celebrate the beauty of this film in print as well as revealing the back story of how it came about. Along with featuring some of Del Moro’s art, we will delve into behind the scenes photography in the making of the film to tell the story. To aid the telling of this story, visuals will include exclusive storyboards, sketches, unseen video stills, and essays by the creatives behind this unique production.
- Arkitip, Inc., 23 July 2013, 11:48 AM
Chinatown Soccer Club, 7 December 2013, 08:59 AM
New York (Chinatown Newswire) — After recently joining the CSC on a free transfer from the Ringleaders Football Club in Montreal, midfielder Jeremy Patterson is heading back up north temporarily for an exhibition of his work entitled “Keep It On The Carpet” as part of Pitch Festival.
- Chinatown Soccer Club, 7 December 2013, 08:59 AM
Yorgo Tloupas, 2 December 2013, 17:25 PM
In May 2012 I was invited by W hotels to do a performance at the opening of their Paris branch. I decided to create a Y-based pattern, which I used to cover the walls and furniture, then I printed the pattern on a suit. On the night of the launch I invited guests to pose with my camouflaged self. A year and a half later, another W (the Magazine), just did something very similar… I honestly think it’s a coincidence, but worthy of a reminder.
Yorgo (which is Greek for George by the way) 2012:
Of course I know that Yayoi Kusama has been playing with patterns for years, but with the B&W treatment and the strikingly hot leading man looks, it all of a sudden feels familiar:
- Yorgo Tloupas, 2 December 2013, 17:25 PM