Monday, October 31, 2011

Prints Gone Wild

Printmaking is Art by Caitlin Emma Perkins
Photo of Non Grata performing at
Prints Gone Wild in St. Louis. Caitlin Perkins, 2008
Attention! Attention!
The ink-slinging, typesetting tricksters Mike Houston and Martin Mazorra of Cannonball Press, are pulling back the curtains on their sixth annual sideshow: Prints Gone Wild at Secret Project Robot in Brooklyn on Friday and Saturday.

This print-maker mayhem will unroll during Print Week when a ragtag mob of dirty printmakers descend on Brooklyn to peddle their affordable art. With prices better than a stick in the eye (everything is less than $50) you are guaranteed to find prints more healing than snake oil for your visual pleasure. Head out to Brooklyn to pick up a juicy print bursting with fresh ink and catch some live music and sip on beer.

Now, I may just be a sideshow shill, but I can attest to the value of the prints these artists are peddling, I treasure each one I’ve scored at past Prints Gone Wildthey cured my walls of beigedom with their shock of black and white graphics.

6th Annual Prints Gone Wild
Friday, November 4th 6 pm to 12 am and Saturday, November 5th from 12 to 6 pm
Location: Secret Project Robot
389 Melrose St. in Brooklyn (between Flushing and Knickerbocker Aves in Bushwisk--just a few short blocks from the Morgan Ave L stop)

Philagrafika and Cannonball Press will also be at the E/AB fair in Chelsea during Print Week, and for more information on that:

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