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On April 1, 2010 Stand Up Comedy and Portland Institute for Contemporary Art co-presented the launch of the Cool Art Poster Series, organized by Rob Halverson.
Cool Art produces artist posters and exhibitions in morphing configurations. The first series is made in an edition of 50 with 10 APs. 24" h x 18" w.
For information and sales, please visit Cool Art.
Untitled by Noam Rappaport (2010). One color, screenprint, archival paper.
Berlin PR club up from the embers or ancient alien returns to Schönefeld by Santiago Cucullu (2009). One color, screenprint, reflective mirror board.
Untitled by Lucas Degiulio (2009). One color, screenprint, archival paper.
After Tom of Finland by Matt Connors (2009). One color, screenprint, archival paper.
Not Worth Reading by Matthew Higgs (2010). One color, screenprint, archival paper.
Mind Rain by Amy Yao (2010). Two color, screenprint, archival paper.