Friday, 29 October 2010



50 signed & numbered A5 prints FREE to the first 50 people to the NYC opening.

NYC Show Print, Edition 50 prints, signed & numbered
UK Print, Edition 20/25 prints, signed & numbered
(both of these editions come with a free miniprint.)

I'm going to give an AP of both the NYC & UK print away with all 4 'A5 prints that i've made... info on how to win later... it's a good prize trust me :)

more info to come.

Thursday, 28 October 2010

'HUSH' Solo Show, New York City

PRIVATE VIEW: Friday - November 19th from 7pm - 10pm...


gallery open November 20th and 21st from 12pm - 5pm
Presented by White Walls San Francisco - 415-931-1500

opening reception -

for guest list, email -

Moniker International Art Fair

Good to see serious exhibitions like this being organized in London during the Art Week.

Hush @ The Portsmouth Museum of Art (USA) and LeBasse Projects (LA) present:

SugiPOP!: The Influence of Anime and Manga on Contemporary Art’ opens on October 13th at the Portsmouth Museum of Art.

The show is a collaborative effort, co-curated by Beau Basse of LeBasse Projects in Los Angeles and Katherine Doyle of the Portsmouth Museum of Art. It features the work of approximately 30 artists tracing the origination's of manga, the rise of Japanese Contemporary Art and into how the art forms have influenced artists around the world.

The exhibition features an international roster of artists including Japanese masters Hokusai and Kuniyoshi in a display of original Edo period woodblock prints.

The exhibit also features Japanese Contemporary artists Takas
hi Murakami, Yos**tomo Nara, Yos**taka Amano, Mr., Ai Yamaguchi, Junko Mizuno and Hisashi Tenmyouya.

International artists contributing to the exhibit include KAWS, Gary Baseman, Hush, Morgan Slade, Edwin Ushiro, Luke Chueh, Simone Legno, Natalia Fabia, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Yumiko Kayukawa, Seonna Hong, Andrew Hem, Mike Shinoda, Melissa Haslam, Audrey Kawasaki, Yoskay Yamamoto and more. Finally the exhibition includes original cels from some of the most significant anime films ever made, including Cowboy Bebop and Princess Mononoke.

For more information

The Street Art Stencil Book

The Street Art Stencil Book is a pure celebration of the art of the stencil. It is a book of stencils that can be used and treasured or just simply be an inspiration to others to create. The 20 stencils featured, printed on perforated card stock so that they can be torn out and used, have been created by a list of international artists encompassing the contemporary street art scene, from the masters to the new kids on the block. Each artist has created an in-situ photograph to accompany their stencil, showing how they would use it, along with other imagery. There is also a short biography for each artist.

Street Knowledge

Street Knowledge Hardcover

Thanks to King Adz and Harper Collins for the Cover.

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