Prints for PDX a print show curated by long time Upper Playground collaborator, Jeremy Fish will Open August 1st at Fifty24PDX Gallery in Portland, Oregon. The show will include prints from many Upper Playground favorites such as Sam Flores, Morning Breath, Mike Giant, Mihael Sieben, Travis Millard, Mel Kadel, Todd Francis and Frank Kozik. Jeremy Fish and Jayde Cardinalli will also be part of the show and in attendance to sign their available prints.
Fifty24PDX Gallery is putting together a screen print show with a great line up of Upper Playground favorites such as Morning Breath, Mike Giant, Jeremy Fish, Jayde Cardinalli, Sam Flores, Michael Sieben, Travis Millard, Mel Kadel, Todd Francis & Frank Kozik. Show is opening 6PM on August 1st at our Upper Playground location in Portland.
This Saturday, Alex Pardee will be in Portland for a book signing organized by Upper Playground PDX and ZeroFriends. Bring your own copy or you can pick up Awful/Resilient and Awful/Homesick in-store. And don’t forget to check out the ZeroFriends annual pop-up shop at the Fifty24PDX Gallery to see what Pardee and friends have set up for you in store! Book Signing begins at 3PM.
Zerofriends Pop-Up Shop opens in Portland today. Come check out the new Pardee Portland Graphic release today and don’t miss the book signing with Alex Pardee on the 15th! Just one more reason to celebrate and kick off the summer with us in Portland tonight!
The New Keep Portland Weird Tee only available in store at our Portland location starting tonight:
Klutch has been making a mess for over three decades. From his work with the early 1980′s hardcore punk scene and the legendary Skull Skates, to painting backgrounds for ads in Vogue, his work has appeared around the world on t-shirts, skateboards, city walls, magazines, and galleries. In 2005 the suite he created at San Francisco’s Hotel Des Arts was featured in Time magazine’s annual “Best Of” issue. Since then he has accomplished very little.
In Of Ice and Movement, Klutch builds and installation which is a sculptural representation of glacial rust, intended as a metaphor for the constant yet invisible to the naked eye process of personal growth. All work, over 125 handmade wooden columns, was produced over the past 6 weeks exclusively for this show, and this is the only time they will be shown or sold in Portland.