This Thursday Spoke Art is welcoming back Austin artist Tim Doyle for his third solo exhibition with the gallery, and the latest installment in his ongoing “UnReal Estate” series. Inspired by the popular culture landscape, quite literally, Doyle re-interprets the iconic settings found in contemporary cult television. The Blot was blown away by Doyle’s first two “UnReal Estate” shows, and I’m super excited about his new crop of screen prints. We’re featuring a different print each day this week in honor of the show opening on Thursday, February 6th, at Spoke Art in San Francisco.
The second UnReal Estate III print we’re spotlighting here on TheBlotSays.com is “A Criminal Lawyer”, featuring the strip mall offices of attorney Saul Goodman from AMC’s hit television show Breaking Bad! The Blot can’t wait for the Saul-centric spin-off Better Call Saul, so what better bridge between the two series than this killer print!?! The Standard Edition 16"x20" screen print has a limited edition run size of 150 pieces, while the Variant is limited to just 50 pieces. And don't miss out on "Laundry", featuring Walter White's family owned car wash that doubles perfectly as a money laundering front. The Standard Edition 18"x24" screen print has a limited edition run size of 150 pieces, while the Glow in the Dark Variant is limited to just 25 prints.
All of the limited edition screen prints from the show will first be available to attendees of the February 6th opening reception, with all remaining copies available online at the Spoke Art online store starting Friday, February 7th. The first 100 attendees to the opening reception will receive a limited edition silkscreen print, only available at the show, and included with online purchases of the full set of 11 regular edition prints. This exhibition will be on view until February 22nd.