1xrun currently has a print available by San Francisco artist Serge Gay Jr. The print is entitled Joe Blow and is 17″ x 20″ on 330gsm Fine Art Paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 30. The painting this print comes from was first shown at his Absolute Happiness show that took place at Spoke Art December of 2011 (featured).
Get it here: Serge Gay Jr @ 1xrun.com
1xrun.com has just released a new limited edition print by Tatiana Suarez. Part of her “Flora” series, this new print is 18″ x 18″, hand embellished 3-color screenprint on 100lb French Paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 40. Like always, each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Head on over to the site for more images, such as process shot of Tatiana embellishing the prints.
Tatiana Suarez @ 1xrun.com
1xrun has just released a new print by John Dunivant. A regular at the time released print site, John’s latest print is entitled Zombo and is the first in a series of canvas prints that 1xrun will be releasing from John’s world of the Theatre Bizarre. This print is 12″ x 13″ on canvas, signed and numbered in a max edition of 90 for $100 each. This is an amazing looking print, and I love the idea that the canvas is stretched and ready to be hung.
Get it here: John Dunivant @ 1xrun.com
1xrun has just dropped a new print by Australian artist Meggs. Entitled The Truth, this print is 12″ x 12″ on Archival Pigment Print on 330gsm Fine Art Paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 50, and also comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Get it here: Meggs @ 1xrun.com
1xrun has just dropped a new print by Aaron Nagel entitled Signals. This is the second print by Aaron for 1xrun, the first one sold out very quickly. This new print is also a bit larger than the previous print, coming in at 18″ x 24″ 310gsm Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper. The prints are signed and numbered, this one in a max edition of 65, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Get it here: “Signals” by Aaron Nagel @ 1xrun
Coming this Tuesday, January 10th is a co-curated print release from 1xrun and Creep Machine. The print entitled “The Calming” is by Aaron Nagel and is 14″ x 20″ on 140lb French Archival paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 60. In lead up to the print release, Aaron was nice enough to answer some questions for a new, very in-depth interview here on the site. The image shown below is of the print that will be released tomorrow (right here) at 1xrun, and the rest of the interview features some random images from some of Aaron’s past shows.
Creep Machine: Your a self taught artist, which is very impressive when looking at your work, but music was another path you might have taken. What was it that made you choose painting over music?
Aaron Nagel: I spent years pursuing music and touring with bands, long before the idea of pursuing art as a career even occurred to me. With the bands…the idea of pursuing a career in music started to get in the way of playing music because we loved it. There was a point where we had been touring for so many years that we lacked the energy to keep at it at that level…without some degree of success. We could support ourselves on the road, but only long enough to live a couple months back home before we’d have to go out and make money again. That was fine when I was younger, but even by my mid twenties, the idea of touring for 6+ months out of the year started to become really undesirable. Plus, there were so many factors in whether or not a band “makes it”, that were entirely out of our control, which became really frustrating. Basically, at some point we realized that if we wanted to be in a band, that we would be in band, and we would function in that band exactly how we wanted to, without any consideration for the career aspect of it. That made playing music much more fulfilling, but removed it from the potential careers list. I was getting more serious about painting at the time the band thing was wrapping up, so I decided I’d try to make it my focus, at least for a while. It’s just as hard to make a living painting than it was playing music, but I feel like i’m much better at it, I have more control, and am entirely fulfilled in my career choice…regardless of how successful I am or will be. It’s a good feeling.
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1xrun has just released a new time limited print by Allison Sommers entitled Reliquary. The print is 14.5″ x 12.5″, signed and numbered in a max edition of 50. Allison is a mastermind when it comes to gouache, a medium that many find very difficult to work with. I have been able to see her work in person a few times now, and the level of detail, colors, and consistency in her work is truly remarkable.
Allison Sommers @ 1xrun.com
We hope everyone had a great Christmas break, and have some money left over as 1xrun just dropped an amazing new print. Slippery Removal by Charlie Immer is 22″ x 17″ on cotton rag paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 60. The fans also have the option of ordering the print framed, so the hard work is done and the print is shipped in a black frame with uv-blocking glass, archival backing, and ready to hang.
Get it here: 1xrun.com
1xrun has a new time limited print up on the site. Tokyo Neon by Dan Kitchener is the second release he has had on 1xrun, and is very different that the first one he had (here), which was more architectural. This new print features a geisha painted in a very brushy, and energetic style. It’s an amazing image and I hope to see more like this. The print is limited to a max edition of 50, is 17″ x 18″ and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Get it here: Dan Kitchener @ 1xrun
1xrun is doing an amazing job of releasing prints that are not only affordable, but outstanding. This week they released a new print by Glenn Barr (featured) and now they just dropped a new print by Charlie Immer. “Jelly Face” is 11″ x 14″ on 330gsm Cotton Paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 50. As always, each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Charlie’s work perfectly rests on the line of “cute and creepy” with the vivid candy colors he uses and the content – which is most often filled with blood, guts, and skeletons – is in a class all it’s own.
Get it here: Charlie Immer @ 1xrun.com
1xrun has just released a new print by John John Jesse. “C Is For Crucifix” is 12″ x 10.5″ on 100% archival cotton paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 50 for 75 each. It’s very rare that John John Jesse releases prints, and with the quality that 1xrun produces prints at, this is an opportunity fans should not pass up. Also, if you missed the interview here on the Creep Machine with John John, head on over and check that out here.
John John Jesse @ 1xrun
1xrun is gearing up to drop another limited edition print by Jason Limon today. The last print they released, “Blood Nectar”, sold out very quickly and I have a feeling this one will as well. “Ephemeral” is 20″ x 30″ on 100% Archival Cotton Paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 30. As always each print from 1xrun comes with a certificate of authenticity.
get it here: Jason Limon @ 1xun