McGaw Graphics Debuts URBAN Untitled Collection of Art

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Five new artists whose artwork embraces the rhythm of the global street art movement are featured in the McGaw Graphics latest collection of 135 new images being offered as its URBAN Untitled Collection.

Five new artists whose artwork embraces the rhythm of the global street art movement are featured in McGaw Graphics latest collection of 135 new images being offered as its URBAN Untitled Collection.

Cram Concepts work can be seen in the murals all over the lower east side of NYC, throughout the USA and in Europe. The images capture the fine details of these fresh street murals, including the details of the hinges and door handles he paints over. These images are offered in large sizes to showcase the intricacies of his work.

Urban Cricket are a very hip and successful pair of artists, Gloria Erani and Audrey Nasser, whose hand drawings and photography has fueled the success of their studio and store on the lower east side of NYC where they sell T-shirts and other products featuring their designs. Edgy typography melds with iconic vintage objects such as typewriter, accordion, and camera, to embody the urban art style.

live from bklyn is the work of Brooklyn-based designer and artist Dailey Crafton. His original linocut prints depicting specific buildings in his Williamsburg neighborhood are architecturally iconic of the unofficial East Coast birthplace of the urban art movement.

Through a digital medium, Jason Laurits copies, cuts, and pastes over and over again to create the clever collages for which his company, Paste, has become known. Laurits pulls from photographs of his own and ones found in the public domain, as well as old maps, vintage fabrics, family keepsakes, antique wallpaper, and anything else he can think of to get the perfect image.

Jasmine Becket-Griffith is a world-renowned artist whose work straddles fantasy and urban art. Working as a fine artist, painting traditionally by hand with acrylic paints, her artwork explores gothic themes, with elements of classical literature, fairytales, nature and fantasy. Her trademark liquid eyed maidens evoke a wide range of emotions and responses to the surrounding imagery. Many of her paintings are self-portraits to one extent or another and contain a lot of personal effects.

Most images are offered standard in 11” x 14” posters. They are also offered in alternate sized prints on poster paper, giclée paper and canvas, with the exception of Becket Griffith’s work which is offered custom on poster paper only. For more information and to view the complete collection or request an Urban Untitled catalog, please visit http://www.mcgawgraphics.com.

About McGaw Graphics

Located in the heart of the Green Mountains of Vermont, McGaw Graphics is a leading art publishing company, providing high quality art prints from over two hundred artists, and more than 10,000 art. McGaw Graphics offers the most comprehensive museum collection with artists like Monet, Van Gogh, Degas and more modern masters like Andy Warhol, Pollock and Rothko, as well as contemporary artists like Alice Dalton Brown and Zhen-Huan Lu. McGaw Graphics publishes in the USA and offers framed art in addition to posters.

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