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NORTHERN BOUNDARY is the visual diary of ATAK BF and focuses on the isolation of Winter in Buffalo, NY. Shown through personal endeavors over the last decade, and accompanied by scarcely seen historical photos, NORTHERN BOUNDARY provides an intimate look into the viscera of a city who’s desolation and despondency has been endured by very few outsiders. Featuring cameos by the BF crew and close associates.
64 pages, 6”x9”, high-quality black and white, perfect-bound edition of 300. Each copy is signed by ATAK and comes with a fabric patch and a hand-done ATAK sticker!
We also have ten original drawings by ATAK available. Needless to say, this is a very rare opportunity to pick up artwork by ATAK for your collection.
If you picked up a copy of Carnage Issue 6 you already know that LIONS has an eye for stylish graffiti and a large collection of 35mm photos of classic NYC street bombing. As part of our Amazing 24 Days of Holiday Graff, we are offering a portfolio of 4x6 prints made from LIONS's original negatives that complement the photos featured in Issue 6.
We are proud to announce the release of an exclusive print created by Curve on the occasion of the release of Carnage Issue 8!
The print is based on one of the comic strip pages Curve created for Carnage Issue 8. Mixing pop sensibility with cartoon art and graffiti flair, this hand-colored print highlights Curve's talent as an artist and illustrator.
18x24", hand-colored, signed and numbered screenprint in an addition of only 45.
Available in the store on Friday, 10/3 at noon ET!
Carnage NYC is proud to announce the release of a unique edition of screenprints by artist Ian de Beer.
In September of 2010, Ian de Beer, aka HERT, was sentenced to 1-3 years in state penitentiary for graffiti. Regarded by many of his peers as one of the most talented young artists emerging on the East Coast, he now faced severe restrictions. After a year in prison he was moved first to a half-way house and is currently still confined to his hometown in Western New York State. His artistic interests have broadened considerably in recent years, but de Beer’s transition to a professional art career is facing serious hurdles: Under the condition of his parole, de Beer is not allowed to use a wide variety of art materials, including paint and any type of marker or pen, even to create works on paper or canvas.
In order to create this print without these essential tools, de Beer decided to incorporate these restrictions into the artistic process. He manipulated the imagery digitally and commissioned an external printer. Rather than signing the prints in a conventional manner, de Beer chose to tell the story of his arrest with his finger-prints and had a pint of his own blood extracted to use in place of ink. De Beer thus re-focuses the viewer’s attention from the banality of arrest procedures to the existential threat of suffocating restrictions that aim not to reform but solely to punish.
Two-color screenprint and blood on heavy watercolor paper. 18” by 24”. Edition of 50 plus 3 APs. Available via carnagenyc.com on Tuesday, July 22 at noon ET.
UPDATE: The print is sold out, thanks!