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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 –

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

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Dave Greco received his BFA in Illustration from Ringling School of Design in 2004 in Sarasota, FL. After graduating, he joined EA Tiburon where he contributed to a variety of titles including Madden and Superman Returns. In 2006, he became part of THQ’s Kaos Studios in New York City as a Senior Concept Artist.

Greco’s Wes Anderson inspired piece for Bad Dads, which depicted an evil looking Royal Tenenbaum (check out the prints here), was an instant hit and we’re very excited to have him show with us again for Quentin vs. Coen. View more works by the artist at his website here.