Black Friday & Beyond at Arkitip 2015
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 27, November 2015

Shop online at Arkitip and take advantage of our yearly sale.

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Select Magazine Editions, Art Books, Screen Prints, Accessories, Zines will be offered on sale.

There is no need to enter a coupon code, the discount will automatically be applied to all items you add to your shopping cart that are included in the sale. If you have grown up with Arkitip, a fan of Arkitip, or new to Arkitip, take advantage of our yearly sale to gift, introduce or share our publishing efforts and help us to…

• Support the arts
• Support freedom of expression
• Keep art affordable and accessible

Black Friday & Beyond Sale:
27, 28, 29, 30 November 2015.

Thank you for the continued support.

Hennessey + Ingalls Annual 20% OFF Sale
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 9, November 2015

As one of Arkitip’s first retail locations to support us we consider them family. Starting this weekend, they are having their massive 20% OFF EVERYTHING sale for the 36th straight year.

They started this annual sale decades ago, when having a sale and giving a discount to their valued customers actually meant something. Now… trying to survive in an environment were everyone discounts everything, all the time, 24/7 it doesn’t seem like much, but after 35 years of having the sale… they are still plugging away.

Started Saturday 7 November 2015 and runs through 15 November 2015.

Valid in store and online. (coupon code: Sale2015)

Show your support of a true Los Angeles treasure.

Hennessey + Ingalls
Art + Architecture Bookstore
214 Wilshire Blvd.
Santa Monica, California 90401

Aaron De La Cruz ‘Always Something’ at Public Functionary
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 6, November 2015

We are proud to support Arkitip Alumni and frequent collaborator Aaron De La Cruz’s newest exhibition ‘Always Something’ at Public Functionary in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

San Francisco-based painter Aaron De La Cruz crosses elements of street art and gestural painting with design-minded structure, creating work that is both instinctual and deliberate. In ‘Always Something,’ De La Cruz continues his ongoing exploration of line and shape with a new body of work for his upcoming show at Public Functionary in Minneapolis. This work includes original paintings, a large-scale mural, a silk screen print, and the debut of a limited edition line of wallpapers produced in conjunction with Public Functionary and artist-designed wallpaper line, Area Environments. The first release in the new PFxAE Exhibition Collection, De La Cruz’s wallpaper will be installed as the backdrop to the exhibit, creating a layered, pattern-rich viewing experience. More information can be found at the gallery website.

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To celebrate and compliment the exhibition Arkitip has produced a new 24 x 36 In. hand pulled silk screen print of the artist’s work exclusively for the opening.

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We turned an original work that the artist created on paper into a beautiful large scale screen print. Each print is hand signed, numbered by the artist and are available online for order now.

Also if available, please visit…

Aaron De La Cruz ‘Always Something’

Opening Reception: 7 November 2015, 7:00PM – 12:00CST
Exhibition is on view until 5 December 2015

Artist will be in attendance.

Public Functionary
1400 12th Avenuew NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(Enter on Buchanan)

Thank you for the support.

Tony Arcabascio, ‘Pray For Us’
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 19, October 2015

Arkitip Alumni and longtime family member Tony Arcabascio has finally launched his website: tonyarcabascio.com. Having worked with Tony for 10+ years (we had our 2nd ever curated exhibition at Alife New York on Orchard Street) we would have liked to see him ‘sharing’ much sooner, but we are just happy that he is now.

Below is a video Danny Sangra made specifically for the launch of Tony’s first item: the ‘Pray For Us’ teeshirt. Pick up a teeshirt online at tonyarcabascio.com

‘Watching the news is a fucked up way to wake up. I know most people ingest some form of current affairs early on, but I’m not sure it’s the most positive way to start your day. The terrorism, the racism, our planet dying… all this negativity just puts me in a bad mood. I want to wake up with the sun shining and birds chirping outside my window, but it’s not the world we live in. I definitely believe we all need to be part of the solution, but I also believe there’s something bigger out there than can help us. We fucking need it.’

Tony Arcabascio.

Polanski in Library Paper 06
REPORTED BY Irwin Tobias Matutina, 14, September 2015

Polanski recently contributed to the new issue of Library Paper produced
by Catalogue. Check out the new issue at the NY Art Book Fair this coming weekend.

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