Upon popular request we’ve produced a limited edition of 25 prints featuring All the time I was making this I was thinking of you by Pakayla Biehn. The 18″ x 24″ signed and numbered print is available on our online shop or in person during normal business hours. Get them while they are still available!
Kaleidoscope print is an archival print that’s 10″ x 8″ and signed by artist.
Gunshot print is an archival print that’s 10″ x 8″ and signed by artist..
Park Life just released a new print by one of our favorite upcoming artists, Pakayla Biehn. The original painting of TEN THOUSAND TIMES was made earlier this year but is now available in a limited edition print of 25. The print is 20 x 12.75 inches, each one made with archival inks on Hahnemuhle Bamboo Paper, signed, dated and numbered.
Keep your eyes peeled for her up coming solo exhibition, t(h)ere at Gallery Hijinks opening this October!
Uri Korn recently completed a 16 feet wide installation project at Bows & Arrows in Berkley. Using black and white imagery he created a wall checkered with silver and black screen prints then installed framed pictures on top. Here’s a little look at the wall.
The prints used for the installation are now available at the Gallery Hijinks Shop .
These prints titled Pug Life and Year Of The Rabbit are both 18″ x 24″ and a limited edition of 100. The prints are silver, black & white photo silkscreens and are produced by Bows & Arrows (Berkeley) and Bloom Press (Oakland). Both images are from the Zine “Earthlings” and published by Hamburger Eyes (SF).
Are you looking for something special for your special someone? Well we’ve got you covered! These super adorable prints by Timothy Karpinski are a sure pleaser. For a limited time, Wednesday February 9th through Saturday February 12th, we’re offering a special Valentines Day package.
For only $50 each you’ll receive a limited edition screenprint, holiday card, free surprise gift, and chocolates. Packages are ready to go. This Timothy Karpinski package of love will make your Valentines Day forever memorable. (Have I gotten too mooshy… sorry I can’t help myself.)
Grow Together Print by Timothy Karpinski. Limited Edition Screen-print, Hand-Screened by the artist, Edition of 50, 12″x19″ in., 4 colors, Printed on French Paper, Company 140 lb. Muscle tone Heavyweight Paper and Custom doodle on back by the artist.
Meet Me Behind The Tree Print by Timothy Karpinksi. Limited Edition Screenprint, Hand-screened by the artist along with tiny spoon screenprint shop – Portland, Or, Edition of 50, 4 colors, Printed on French Paper Company 100lb. Construction Paper, Hand signed and numbered with a custom doodle on the back by the artist.
You’ll receive one of the four Pinski cards and envelope, signed by the artist himself, and of coures who doesn’t appreciate chocolate!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (415) 371-9330 to place your order today. Credit cards, cash, and check accepted. xoxo
Just got these awesome new prints in our shop from our good friend and artist, Eli Harris. All three are digital prints on vintage book pages. Eli has been out and about documenting the world in his sketchbooks for years, and in the coming weeks he will be part of a world wide project called SketchTravel. Keep an eye out for more of Eli’s prints to come, plus our exclusive coverage of San Francisco’s Sketch Travel adventures.
Chris Blackstock just released two prints on our online store TODAY. These original prints are made in the traditional fashion of lithography and are an edition of 12 each (although there are only a few for sale). The prints are 11″ x 15″ on Reeves printing paper, titled and signed by the artist.
At first glance the print might seem similar to a graphite drawing but the process of creating a lithograph is much more complex. Lithography was invented by Alois Senefelder in Bohemia in 1796. In the early days of lithography, a smooth piece of limestone was used (hence the name “lithography”—”lithos” is the ancient Greek word for stone). After the oil-based image was put on the surface (usually applied using a wax litho crayon), a solution of gum arabic in water was applied, the gum sticking only to the non-oily surface. During printing, water adhered to the gum arabic surfaces and avoided the oily parts, while the oily ink used for printing did the opposite.
The printing process is arduous and can take a few hours just to make a few prints. All the printing is hand done and rolled through a press that applies 1200 pounds of pressure onto the limestone block. If there is any debris on the stone it can cause the stone to split in half.
Here are some detail shots exhibiting the complexity of Blackstock’s work. These prints are priced at $50 each, a steal. Feel free to come to the gallery to see them in person or order online here. Click on image to see high rez.
I never realized there was a second set of eyes until I took this detail shot.