TORO, the latest print edition by Jenna Snyder-Phillips is one of her most iconic images and exclusively available with PCP! This three-color silkscreen print measures 20 x 28 inches and in a limited edition of 150. This means once they are sold out, they are gone for good! BUY NOW.
After a sell out print edition with Ravi Zupa earlier this year, we're excited to release "Use Tools", an oversized six-color limited edition.
About the artwork.
The main figure in this piece is named Yamantaka. He is the destroyer of death in some versions of Hinduism and Buddhism. Yama was originally a monk who had been meditating for so many lives and was finally at the edge of enlightenment. One day, while seated in meditating a group of thieves who had recently stolen a cow entered his cave to escape the authorities. The monk pleaded with them to leave him alive for only a few minutes until he became enlightened. After that, they were welcome to kill him. The bandits refused this request and instead chopped his head off. Yama then flew into a livid murderous rage and cut off the head of the stolen cow and the heads of bandits and put them on his neck as his own. He then left the cave having become the lord of death and began killing everyone he encountered. The gods watched the death toll rise and seeing this destruction went to Shiva to ask for help. Shiva then assumed the same form as Yama to confront him. He had to become death to kill death and since Shiva is infinitely more powerful, he defeated Yama in an instant. In some Buddhist sects Yama is the first deity that we encounter at death and after the 40 some days of Bardo we encounter Yamantaka when death comes to an end and we’re conceived for our next life.
The tattoos that cover the body of Yamantaka are made from original drawings that were in the “Age of Enlightenment” series in Ravi's recent exhibition at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Our first print edition with Ravi Zupa was earlier this year and it sold out fast! Now we're bringing you another ...and it's big! Sized 24 x 36 inches and six colors, it's sure to make a statement. Be on the lookout this Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 at 11am PST.
We are really excited about "Durant and Telegraph" the 6th installment of the Tim Armstrong Sketch Series. This print not only has a pop of color unlike the other prints in the series but has extra special meaning to the artist being a drawing of his old stomping grounds in Berkeley, California. They are limited to 100 so make sure to grab one before they're gone
We cant wait to share #6 in the Tim Armstrong sketch series with you. This one is extra special as it has a hint of red which really bring the print to the next level. More details to come. Don't forget to check in with our social media for updates.
Our 4th limited edition silkscreen art print with Brandon Boyd is now available for purchase here, and it is absolutely a must have. The edition is limited to 175 and will go quick so grab one now before they're gone.