Danny Sangra ‘Yeah Sure, Real Mature’ Exhibition & Installations
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 15, May 2017
We are proud to announce a solo exhibition with multi-disciplinary artist Danny Sangra titled ‘Yeah Sure, Real Mature’ at the Alldayeveryday space in Los Angeles, California. Danny Sangra – A polymath of creativity. Sangra has an iconoclastic approach with a do-it-yourself attitude. Sangra is a multi-disciplinary artist who works across platforms including illustration, photography, writing and film.
Sangra’s artwork is recognizable through its use of appropriated mass media collaged together. Often drawing over vintage porn magazine images, his pieces are populated with indiscreet streams of consciousness and commentary.
“I’ve been drawing on magazines longer than I’ve been drawing on blank sheets of paper. Growing up in my parents hair salons, I was often bored. To fight my boredom I would draw on the hair and beauty magazines. This pretty much got me into trouble every weekend. Customers would flick through the pages to find my biro drawn eye patch over a models face or discover my warped version of Sonic the Hedgehog, scrawled over a cigarette ad”.
This collection of work is from a 4 year period, gathered from his travels. He continues to find vintage magazines that offer new images for him to manipulate and re-contextualize.
‘Yeah Sure, Real Mature’
1 June to 4 June 2017
1 June 2017, 7:00 – 10:00PM
2028 East 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Curated by Arkitip
“In The Streets” w/ J. Grant Brittain Product Release
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 3, May 2017
FACT. & Arkitip are proud to announce the second release of the six part photography tee shirt series with J. Grant Brittain titled “In The Streets”.
This next installment is with the king of style & flair Christian Hosoi. Using the photograph as a canvas, Grant tells a story in his own words and handwriting, which were then applied to complete the design. The finished multi-layered designs are bold, colorful and potent.
The 6.5oz heavyweight 100% cotton t-shirts are dyed and washed, and made in Los Angeles CA. They are available now at FACT.
Thank you for the continued support.
“In The Streets” w/ J. Grant Brittain Opening Recap
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 1, March 2017
Thank you to everyone that came out to the “In The Streets” w/ J. Grant Brittain launch event.
The Jim Thiebaud image marks the first of a series that will be released throughout the year. The tee shirts are a dyed and washed 6.5oz heavyweight cotton, made in Los Angeles which are available for order online now at FACT.
Thank you for the continued support.
“In The Streets” w/ J. Grant Brittain Product Release Event
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 16, February 2017
FACT. & Arkitip have partnered to bring a six part teeshirt capsule collection of 80’s based, street focused skateboard photography from legendary lensman – J. Grant Brittain.
We dug into his back catalog and found these iconic images which we think exemplify the power, style and creativity of the scene in that era. Using the images as a canvas, we asked Grant to tell a story in his own words and handwriting, which we applied over each image to complete the design. The finished multi-layered designs are bold, colorful and potent.
The heavyweight teeshirt fabric colors are all custom, 100% produced in Los Angeles.
Please join us for the launch event February 22nd from 7:00 – 10:00PM.
“In The Streets”
w/ J. Grant Brittain
346 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90019
Music by Aaron Rose
Dan Covert ‘Besides’ Screen Prints
REPORTED BY Arkitip, Inc., 23, January 2017
We are proud to announce a series of 6 prints from artist Dan Covert.
‘I wanted to explore reconfiguring the 25 abstract shapes from my Queue print into smaller compositions. The resulting 6 super limited run screen prints titled Besides Volume 1 to 6 are an analog manifestation of the digital versioning I do as part of my creative process.’ – Dan Covert
About the artist: Dan Covert is an artist who lives in Brooklyn, New York. He began to experiment with painting and woodworking as a way to reconnect with making. Since then, he has developed a graphic language of organic and decisive forms. His work explores structuring and ordering these abstract shapes so they appear composed yet spontaneous. Dan is as interested in negative space as he is the positive, while he continues to develop new forms and compositions, using both analog and digital processes.
These print editions are available for sale online at Arkitip, thank you for the interest and support.