A two-day event this September 17 and 18, at Williamsburg gallery Riviera, celebrates Art Prostitute's 6th issue by giving away exclusive tees designed by Los Angeles artist Luke Cheuh to the first 25 purchasers of the book. Printed on Eames paper (inspired by the couple's work and philosophy; check out Eames Office site for a nerdy Rebus if you need to waste some time), the edition comes with unfolded prints, features work by The Clayton Brothers, Seonna Hong, Florencio Zavala, and Brendan Monroe, and is also available through Art Prostitute's website. The NYC release party compliments a show of more tees from lines by two Brooklyn-based screenprinters, 1AEON and YES Labs.
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