If you are sitting in front of your computer and wondering what to get your loved ones this holiday season, give the gift of art! Artist Jason D’Aquino has made a limited run of 1000 artist book marks and each one comes personally autographed by the artist. These are sure to sell out and become sought after collectors items, so don’t delay and get yours today!
One will run you $7 US or you can get 2 for US $10 or 4 for US $20. Mention my name when you check out and you probably won’t get any additional discount, but hell, it never hurts to try! Bookmarks can be purchased here. Check out the video below for more information.
The baseball team the New York Yankees have a new fragrance out. Don’t worry, I thought the same thing. The really cool part about it is that street artists Mint & Serf have created a limited edition bottle of the cologne. These bottles are sure to be collectors items, so snatch yours up at this link. Link will open in a new window. Post your photos of the cologne on your favorite social media sites by tagging #Mirf4Yanks.
CLOUDZbyTY Sunglasses. Limited Edition available at Hellomynameisty.com
Summer 2012 has just gotten a lot hotter and a lot brighter. By merging the worlds of fashion and art, New York City based street artist TY has slapped his familiar rainbow handiwork on a sleek and stylish new pair of sunglasses. The line of fashionable eyewear is called CLOUDZbyTY and these limited edition sunglasses are available for a limited time on his website (site will open in a new window).
The Limited Edition CLOUDZbyTY Sunglasses feature a strong black frame, functional lenses and a classic ‘wayfarer’ look, dripping in CLOUDZ color.
These are sure to be highly collectible, so don’t miss your chance to grab a pair of the coolest sunglasses you’ll see all year!
CLOUDZbyTY Limited Edition Sunglasses. Available NOW!
"Cupid's Shadow" by Nathan Spoor. Available now on 1xRun.com
A very limited print of “Cupid’s Shadow” by Nathan Spoor is dropping today on 1xRun.com. You’d better hurry. This will not last long! You can see photos of Nathan Spoor’s recent New York exhibit “Phantom Passport” here.