Exclusive interview with Phil Frost at TheHouseofMarley.com

March 05 2015 . 05:13am

House of Marley: I came across your post in celebration of Bob Marley’s 70th Birthday on Instagram, where you talk about Bob Marley and reggae – what is it that draws you to the two?

Phil Frost: I’m drawn to reggae music because of it’s inherent morale and uplifting nature; to want to better yourself and your surroundings and be humble, kind and respectful of things. So it appeals to me like that, in that I like the message of it; and then I like the energy and rythym also. It is good natured and positive and I was taken by it. At some point, I got really interested in wanting to hear it more. I began to collect the 45’s and records because a lot of the music isn’t necessarily released digitally. I don’t know too much about digital music anyway, but at the time a lot of the music wasn’t really able to be found on a CD or digital format so a lot of the rare music is only on a 45. Seeking out the records and collecting them was a way to be able to introduce myself to parts of the sound I couldn’t find otherwise. At some point, it began to seem like I was protecting old records by archiving them, like a way of preserving them and their relevant importance.

To read the full article visit www.thehouseofmarley.com

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ASKEW One releases exclusive serigraph print entitled LOST ISLAND LOST ANGELS

November 24 2014 . 07:55pm

This print is based on the mural painted by ASKEW in Downtown Los Angeles in 2011, at the tail end of a 2 month stay in the US, which included a drive from LA to Detroit and residency at Miami’s Fountainhead. LA has always felt like a home away from home for ASKEW and this mural is his homage to the parallels between sister cities Auckland, New Zealand (Lost Island) and Los Angeles, USA (Lost Angels).

– Hand-pulled, two-screen serigraph with split fountain on 300 gsm Fabriano 5HP paper.
– Apx. 420 x 310 mm/16.5″ x 12.2″ with deckled edges.
– Signed and Editioned
– Edition: 25

To inquire and find out more info visit askewone.bigcartel.com

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Pose for Hello Kitty x The Seventh Letter collection AVAILABLE NOW

October 19 2012 . 11:24pm

Get the Pose for Hello Kitty x TheSeventhLetter collection now exclusively at: Store.TheSeventhLetter.com

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Wildcat print by Victor Reyes

April 06 2012 . 01:14am

Wildcat print by Victor Reyes | Reyes78 exclusive
Medium: Golden Artist Acrylic Serigraph on Arches
Print making paper 25.5″ x 15″
Edition of 30 Signed and numbered
$40.00 + S H

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December 22 2011 . 02:00pm


The “Black Letter Type Set”  was printed In San Francisco, California and features a unique alphabet illustrated by Victor Reyes from the subject of his show “Misspelled” 2010 San Francisco, CA. This “Type Set” explores the qualities of Black Letter and Old English as well as their appropriation to west coast graffiti lettering. Easy to frame yourself this type set is classic and can transform any interior or office into an emblematic array of Letter Set variations.

“BLACK LETTER TYPE SET ” by Victor Reyes | Known Gallery exclusive holiday print
Hand made wooden box containing 26 (A-Z) hand-pulled by artist serigraphs printed with Golden artist acrylic on archival artist cardstock
Size: 12″ x 12″
Edition of 26
Signed with numbered certificate of authenticity from Known Gallery and the artist.

$300.00 +s/h at Known Gallery, Los Angeles and knowngallerystore.com exclusively

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