Blog

Art Look: Robert Indiana

Posted by Mr Benja on

Art Look: Robert Indiana

Robert Indiana (1928-2018) is the American pop artist behind the popular LOVE and HOPE sculptures and images that have become familiar icons all over the world. Although not typical of the Pop Art movement, Indiana's work was heavily reliant on referential typography, graphic design, and iconography.  Love Sculpture  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kerry Lewis Landscape Arch. (@klla2002) on Dec 15, 2019 at 11:43am PST   Robert Indiana Gallery Shot  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Long-Sharp Gallery (@longsharpgallery) on Aug 12, 2019 at 8:54am PDT   Robert Indiana Prints View this post on Instagram...

Read more →

2019: The Year My Revenge Started

Posted by Mr Benja on

2019: The Year My Revenge Started

What Just Happened? Over a year ago in 2018, I found myself at a bit of a crossroads, and didn't know exactly what to do next. Amidst a little drama, I had just left my art studio behind and was unsure of what the future held. I knew that I couldn't continue doing art the way I had been, but the next steps were really uncertain for me.  After some soul searching and boiling down a long list of options, I decided to test out several ideas and see which one I would want to stick with. I came up with a few key paths: writing...

Read more →

An Alternative Character Select

Posted by Mr Benja on

An Alternative Character Select
You ever pick a different option and get shit for it? That's my life, and I love it.

Read more →

Revenge of the Bit Photos

Posted by Mr Benja on

Revenge of the Bit Photos
The Revenge of the Bit photos opening event saw several people wondering why there was food on the wall and what I was trying to get revenge for.

Read more →

Displaying and Storing Your Prints

Posted by Mr Benja on

Displaying and Storing Your Prints

As you collect prints, you're going to want to display or store them properly. Starting from the most elaborate, you generally have four options: Custom Framing, Simple Framing, DIY Framing, or Using Display Binders.  Each has their benefits, but in the end, they'll all serve you well. Custom Framing This is the high-end option and what you will use if the right presentation is important to you. You can look up local art framers in your area (recommendations will help) or opt for the mass-market framers like Michael's or Aaron Brothers. Both types will do a good job presenting your work appropriately. It's up to...

Read more →