The launch of CLUSTER WALL Street Art Gallery by founder Evan Tobias, is upon us happening this Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 17 Frost Street in Brooklyn, NY. A new way of collecting prints, the online gallery specializing in hand-pulled, low-run, hand-embellished screen prints will be showcasing work by the best street artists from around the world including:
- World renowned street artist Tim Conlon’s first-ever hand-embellished prints
- Hand-embellished prints of New York punk icon Joey Ramone by Solus, one of Ireland's most famous street artists (below)
- Prints by ELLE, a female graffiti and street artist based in Brooklyn whose work is internationally collected
- A small series of original works by The DRiF!, whose abstract aesthetic has recently taken New York by storm (below)
- First hand-embellished prints by Chris RWK, who over the past 14 years has inspired a devoted following of thousands with his characters (below)
...and that's only the beginning. Also featured are Joe Iurato, Rubin, a JPO and Jilly Ballistic collab, ASVP and more. Many more big names from NYC and around the world will also be featured this Saturday.
By offering only signed and numbered screen prints — never giclée or ink jet — Cluster Wall is changing the way street art is collected. Collectors can be sure that their purchases are truly limited edition, handcrafted pieces of art. Cluster Wall will only release 100 prints or fewer in a series, while still keeping prices modest. This ensures the market will never be flooded with any one series and allows every fan an entry point to collecting. Meanwhile, advanced collectors will find an array of original works to enhance their existing collections, making Cluster Wall the go-to portal for collectors on every level.
About the founder / curator, Evan Tobias started a news and arts magazine covering Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick, Brooklyn called Block Magazine in 2002. He went on to start the first ever Skee-Ball League called Brewskee-Ball in 2005, then opened Full Circle Bar located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2009. He is now launching Cluster Wall, following his passion for art by showcasing the best street artists in the world.
For more information visit: http://www.cluster-wall.com
and on Instagram @cluster_wall.