Limited Edition Riso Print

Another limited edition print from Oakland-based painter, musician, founder of queer skateboarding collective Unity and CH favorite, Jeffrey Cheung, this piece depicts five people, tangled together in the artist’s familiar style. Their off-kilter proportions and smiling faces provide each individual with even more character, and their intertwining limbs create a combined sense of tenderness and playfulness. This print measures 11 by 17 inches.

“The Diviner’s Desk” Print

Melissa Brown’s ethereal paintings find the otherworldly in the ordinary, mixing different painting methods to obfuscate and reveal reality. Part of her process is divination, which is captured in “The Diviner’s Desk,” an edition of 25 prints with each artwork depicting a different reading. Composed of graphite on archival inkjet, these numbered and signed prints catalog the specific dates and times the readings took place, …

“Arty Afternoon” Print

Japanese-born Misaki Kawai’s colorful art brims with fluffy sculptures, emoji characters and furry creatures. Such is the case in Kawai’s “Arty Afternoon,” a bold, five-color silkscreen print on Tiepolo paper that features a peeping pink cat. Just like the artist’s other artwork, “Arty Afternoon” (in an edition of 30 prints) immerses viewers in Kawai’s whimsical and wonderful world.