Tuesday, March 10, 2009
What’s great about Mr. Brainwash’s graffiti is that it “does not fit the stereotype of your average street vandal. His artistic process chiefly consists of throwing random modern cultural icons into a blender and turning it up to eleven. The results are by turns profound, provocative and inspirational.” (link) Over the course of the next two weeks Mr. Brainwash is releasing two all new prints which I think many fans of The Blot Says… will enjoy.
First up is MBW’s “Jackson Pollock” print that of course features the famous American abstract expressionist artist. The “Jackson Pollock” print is a 22”x30” screen print which is individually hand finished and unique. Only 40 of the 50 limited edition hand signed and numbered prints will be available for sale on Wednesday, March 11th at the Mr. Brainwash online store. This print will retail for $250 and can be purchased here at around noon on the 11th.
The second print, “33rd St,” is one of my favorites because its background features the street art of some very notable artists including Obey Giant’s Shepard Fairey and Andre. "33rd St" is a 22”x30” 15 color screen print on archival paper and is limited to an edition of 50. This hand signed and numbered print will be available at around noon on Wednesday, March 18th here and will retail for $175.
Ted, sure it’s fun to look back at a time when you were
a fresh faced farm girl with a virgin’s glow.
But all that stuff, Ohio, Karen, college…
all that was “BS” – Before Stinson.
Now, your life is awesome!
I mean yeah you still live with your ex-girlfriend,
which is ridiculous.
Your laser tag chops are almost nonexistent.
And your wardrobe,
it’s like “What are you allergic to quality fabrics?”
Seriously Ted shape up!
What were we talking about?
How I Met Your Mother
Wasn’t Laura Prepon from That 70’s Show awesome? The episode was a little underwhelming, but I love when a perfectly cast celebrity guest star brings an all new dynamic to HIMYM’s stellar ensemble cast. I can’t wait to see what else the former Donna Pinciotti has in store for Ted during her five episode stint on How I Met Your Mother. (link)