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Celebrating the release of our “ART SAVES LIVES” serigraph, we printed a small run of promo-only t-shirts. To make them, we extracted the silhouette and message from the wall, inverted the colors and silkscreened the image on 100% cotton fabric. An iconic artistic-style coupled with a timeless message, our ART SAVES LIVES tee is the [...]

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Beginning February 5, 2011, collectors will be able to view and purchase our “ART SAVES LIVES” print at CREWEST. A framed copy will hang in the gallery for the month of February during the “Things That Get Buffed” show. Stop by during opening night or Artwalk and check out all the other great art available [...]

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SERIGRAPH DETAILS *”ART SAVES LIVES” by The Phantom Street Artist * 19.25″ x 27.25″ * Stonehenge 250gm/wt * 2-color * Hand-pulled screenprint * Hand-deckled edges * Edition of 75 * Signed & Numbered by the artist * Certificate of Authenticity * Printed by Modern Multiples * Published by MORELWORKS Fine Art Publishing * $125 USD [...]

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The Phantom Street Artist can be found in the new The Wooster Collective TASCHEN book, “Trespass: A History Of Uncommissioned Art”. An entire page (page 28) is devoted to his piece, “THESE ARE THE THOUGHTS THAT SET FIRE TO YOUR CITY”. Congrats, Phantom! From the publisher: “In recent years street art has grown bolder, more [...]

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We stopped by Modern Multitples just as they were beginning the process of creating our “ART SAVES LIVES” serigraphs. Working under the direct supervision of master printer Richard Duardo, the legendary Modern Multiples machine went to work painstakingly creating each print screen-by-screen, color-by-color, print-by-print. Their attention to detail is without peer. It is no wonder, [...]

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Purveyors of urban art since the 80′s, MORELWORKS has supported the scene since day one. We checked out the ever-changing images splashed across the walls at the Belmont Tunnel, Pan Pacific Auditorium, the Melrose alleys, and all over L.A. We hung out at HEX’s Hip-Hop Shop across from Fairfax High. We bought clothes from the [...]

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