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  • Arkitip Auctions

    Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 1 October 2014, 11:24 AM

    It’s no surprise that after 10+ years of being involved in our own unique corner of the art world, we have aggregated a fair sized stockpile of art, collectables and ephemera. We have decide to create a eBay store to make some of these rarities available. Bid with confidence as everything is 100% authentic, original and shipped directly from our studio.

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    These items will not be the same as what is offered on our website or from our worldwide dealer network. Some of these mementos are very personal and can commemorate a particular time and place, other items are more recent and equally as rare.

    Have a look at our auctions and thank you for the continued interest and support.

  • Arkitip No. 0060 – Max Fish NYC Event Recap

    Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 15 August 2014, 11:21 AM

    Thank you all for making it out to our latest issue release at Max Fish in New York City.

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    Photography by Quindell Willis, event made possible with support from Converse CONS.

    If in New York, stop by Max Fish for a drink and pick up a copy of the issue at the bar.

    Max Fish
    120 Orchard Street
    New York, NY 10002 USA

    Google maps link

  • Arkitip No. 0060 – Max Fish Release Event

    Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 3 August 2014, 23:57 PM

    We are proud to celebrate the release of our 60th issue edition at the new Max Fish in New York City.

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    Max Fish was an uncontested downtown New York City institution. From 1989–2013 it was a gathering place for artists, skateboarders, musicians and the occasional celebrity to congregate because it was the kind of place where all these people felt at home. It was a social vortex for these groups and many of the friendships that began here have given birth to inestimable projects, ideas and collaborations among its patrons. The owner of Max Fish is German-born artist Ulli Rimkus, who set up shop on Ludlow Street in 1989, when the neighborhood was more famous for selling dope than cocktails. Part dive bar and part gallery; the bar hosted themed art shows and amassed an impressive permanent collection that included “Julio Iglesias” by Mark Flood, “Rat Cop” by Tom Otterness and “Bronx Elvis” by John Ahearn. In the mid to late ‘90s, as a broader skate culture started to bleed into the music, art and fashion worlds, Max Fish started to become a hang out for skateboarders.

    We will have the issue available for sale as well as an installation of photos by contributing artists. Owner + artist Ulli Rimkus, guest designer André Razo, and other Max Fish alumni will be in attendance. This is a ONE NIGHT ONLY event.

    Made possible with support from Converse CONS.

    Please join us…

    Arkitip No. 0060 – Max Fish Issue Release

    Wednesday 6 August 2014
    7:00 – 9:00PM EST

    Max Fish
    120 Orchard Street
    New York, NY 10002 USA

    Google maps link

  • Arkitip No. 0060 – Max Fish

    Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 15 July 2014, 21:05 PM

    We are proud to announce the 60th issue edition of Arkitip – Max Fish.

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    Max Fish was an uncontested downtown New York City institution. From 1989–2013 it was a gathering place for artists, skateboarders, musicians and the occasional celebrity to congregate because it was the kind of place where all these people felt at home. It was a social vortex for these groups and many of the friendships that began here have given birth to inestimable projects, ideas and collaborations among its patrons. The owner of Max Fish is German-born artist Ulli Rimkus, who set up shop on Ludlow Street in 1989, when the neighborhood was more famous for selling dope than cocktails. Part dive bar and part gallery; the bar hosted themed art shows and amassed an impressive permanent collection that included “Julio Iglesias” by Mark Flood, “Rat Cop” by Tom Otterness and “Bronx Elvis” by John Ahearn. In the mid to late ‘90s, as a broader skate culture started to bleed into the music, art and fashion worlds, Max Fish started to become a hang out for skateboarders.

    As customary, we have created a video to celebrate the release which can be seen below. The video is a visual story with commentary from patrons and past employees.

    Arkitip No. 0060 Max Fish will be hand numbered in a limited-edition and as always come packaged with a collector’s item. The edition has been designed by artist André Razo and made possible with support from Converse.

    Featuring:
    Last Call with Cheryl Dunn
    Unfair Impressions by Mike Bones
    Post No Bills: Printed ephemera
    Game Over by Joey Garfield
    Tony Talk by Tony Arcabascio
    In the Begining by Greg Woolard
    Drawn to the Fish by Marcellus Hall
    Fish Talk with Jesse Pearson, Matt Sweeney and Jagger
    Letters to Max Fish
    At the Fish by Angela Babin
    Hard Luck horoscope by Walter Robinson
    Ulli Rimkus interviewed by Carlo McCormick

    Cover photograph by Jonathan Mehring
    Guest Designed and Edited by André Razo

    6.5 x 9.5 In. (16.51 x 24.13 cm)
    144 pages + covers
    Four color offset printed, perfect bound
    Hand packaged & numbered ltd. edition of 500
    Dropped into a NYC liquor store bag with one Max Fish + Arkitip + Converse Bar Towel

    Order your copy now.

  • Arkitip No. 0060

    Reported by Arkitip, Inc., 7 July 2014, 11:19 AM

    We are proud to announce the 60th issue edition of Arkitip – Max Fish.

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    Arkitip No. 0060 Max Fish will be hand numbered in a limited-edition and as always come packaged with a collector’s item. The edition will be designed by artist Andre Razo and made possible with support from Converse.

    * Release events are planned in Los Angeles & New York at the soon to be re-opened Max Fish.

    Further information forthcoming.