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Swung by the framers the other day with Rod, who just landed in SF, to pick up his works for the upcoming “Moleskine Project” show. Can’t begin to express how impressed we both are at the quality of each and every custom frame. Archival backings, mats, Japanese rice paper hinges, uv-resistant plexi. Top notch job from top to bottom (thanks Dave!)

Oh, and of course, many of the works are double sided and have been framed accordingly!

We will be sending out a full buyers preview for the show in just a couple days. If you would like to receive an advance look at the works, and be allowed the opportunity to purchase before the opening night, please send an email to: spokeartgallery (at) gmail (dot) com.

RSVP via our Facebook Event Page here – http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=120459558032685

In the meantime, check out more pics of the framed works after the jump!

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Our remaining inventory of Quentin vs. Coen art prints is now available via the Spoke Art online store! Many of the prints seen above have sold out, and many more are going quickly! Check it out here- http://spokeeditions.bigcartel.com/category/quentin-vs-coen-prints

Quentin vs. Coen is now almost exactly one week away! On Monday, the Spoke Art crew will be heading out to NYC to begin setting up the show at Bold Hype Gallery in Chelsea. The opening night party is on Thursday April 7th, and the show will be on view during regular business hours on Friday, April 8th and Saturday April 9th.

There is no cover or entry charge to view the exhibit, so please come by!

If you think you’ll be able attend, please RSVP via our Facebook Event Page.

We’ll be updating our various social media throughout the next couple weeks with more updates, so if you get a second, please follow us on Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter.

If you are interested in being put on our buyer’s preview list for the show, please enter your email via our Mailing List.

All remaining works will be made available for online sale following the show’s opening via our Online Store.

We’ve got a bunch of fun things planned for the April 7th opening including a costume contest, free “Caucasians” and plenty of awesome art. Stay tuned!

Greg Gossel – Big Lebowski

 

Nimit Malavia – Kill Bill

 

Johannah O’Donnell – Pulp Fiction

 

Matt Leunig – Raising Arizona

 

Reza Rasoli – Reservoir Dogs

 

Clint Wilson – O Brother Where Art Thou?

 

Oliver Barrett – Pulp Fiction

 

Steve Seeley – True Grit x Kill Bill

 

Anville – Kill Bill

 

Seth Patrick – The Big Lebowski x Reservoir Dogs x Pink Floyd

 

Lauren Gregg – True Grit

 

Gwendolynn – Kill Bill

“Ninja Star: Wars was the first art release ever by us here at Spoke Art, long before the Bad Dads/Wes Anderson or Quentin vs. Coen art shows. Being of Japanese descent, and a major sci-fi fan/nerd, the series immediately called to me and as our inaugural release, became the foundation for which this company was built upon. The finances raised from this initial sale led to a lot of great art shows for Spoke Art, and I’d love to use these prints to now help others in need.”

For the next week, Spoke Art and illustrator Steve Bialik will be offering complete matching number sets of six prints, with 100% of the sales of these prints being donated directly to the Japan Earthquake and Relief Fund – A Global Giving Project. We have structured our fundraiser on eBay, to ensure that all the proceeds are automatically donated directly to the non-profit.

If you’ve been meaning to pick up a set, or would like another set for a friend or for your collection, please do not hesitate to pick one up now.

Prints are available through this link – http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=190516158369

Thank you,

Ken Harman and everyone at Spoke Art.

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NOTE – Looks like we’ve raised over $1500 for the folks in Japan affected by the recent disasters! A very big thanks to the artist, Steve Bialik, and everyone who reblogged, spread the word or bought a print set!

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Alright folks, contest is closed!!! Due to the high number of tumblr pages that reblogged the contest off of other Tumblr pages, looks like we’re actually giving away 8 free prints instead of 5! The winners have all been contacted, check out and follow the lucky winners below!

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Hailing from Buenos Aires, Max Dalton is without a doubt one of the best illustrators we know… and we know many! Max’s whimsical works have caught the imaginations of folks around the world and we are very, very once again proud to announce that Max is currently hard at work on a new piece for our Quentin vs. Coen art show coming this April in New York City(can’t say much, but it’s Pulp Fiction related!)

Max’s Wes Anderson inspired art print, “111 Archer Ave” was one of the best sellers from our recent “Bad Dads – A tribute to the films of Wes Anderson” art show that premiered in San Francisco last Halloween. Get a look at some of Max’s work after the jump!

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We were recently hipped to the works of Jason Levesque via our good friends over at Supersonic Electronic. Levesque’s works are haunting and beautiful and we’re very proud to feature him in our upcoming “Quentin vs. Coen – A tribute to the films of Tarantino and the Brothers” art show debuting this April in NYC. Get a look at some of his past works here on Spoke Art, and check back in a couple days to see his stellar rendition of Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) from Pulp Fiction.

Check them all out after the jump!

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