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New SNUB Sonic print

Monday, December 21st, 2009

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Very limited Edition.
SNUB SONIC CHECKER

Hand craft by The Southampton print massive. (Stickee & Don Inc)
Available here
Hand finished
Signed & Numbered
27cm x 35cm
260gsm Watercolor paper
Also comes with a selection of Stickers.

I’d rather be a Hammer than a Nail **LIMITED PERIOD**

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

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I’m putting this in the shop for 24hrs only, mostly becasue I really want to keep it myself.
This was the very first spray of this design, the background alone has many layers of dirt and paint.
Eight layer stencil on top with a lacquer finish.

30cm x 40cm x 3cm
Snap it up here
view large here

Fetch goes Trekking

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

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Check it out. FETCH is trekking the ‘Great wall of China’.
He’s selling a bunch of his works on eBay to raise the cash.
All for Charity.. Nice one mister.

Info HERE

Total Rewall – Leake St

Friday, December 4th, 2009

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The thirty-two TOTAL REWALL photographers will be posting up giant photographs on the walls of the famous Leake St Tunnel in South London. Each image represents the individual photographer’s concept of walls and surfaces capital that are out-of-bounds to street artists, graffiti writers and creative types of every caliber. The photographs will become canvasses, and anopen invitation is extended to everyone who feels they would like to contribute to the project by stenciling, spraying or drawing on them in a way that adds to or changes the original image.

Info here

NEW SNUB PRINT

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

**NEW SNUB PRINT RELEASE**hammernail-press-release.jpg
“Id rather be a Hammer than a Nail”
Hand screen printed on 300gsm paper
45cm x 64cm
Signed, Numbered
Limited edition of 50

£30 inc P&P

I have been developing this character for many years now,
The original inspiration came from the ABC warrior ‘Mongrel’
Cut by hand and without the use of  computers.

Also on canvas, metal or installed along with the print at exhibitions this week:
Mutate Britain, Tate the Biscuit, The Unholy Grail

In the shop now HERE

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