“My List of Demands” Print

Ever-sincere and absurd at the same time, Steve “ESPO” Powers has put up a new print for sale on his site. “My List of Demands” features Powers’ familiar lettering and the demands range from reasonable to vain and ridiculous: cool demeanor, good hair, perfect credit, and more. Measuring 14 inches by 20, this is a signed open edition made in collaboration with Hatch.

Interview: Stephen ESPO Powers on Brooklyn Museum’s Coney Island Extravaganza

Three exhibitions across different galleries depict the wonder, charm and entrepreneurial spirit of NYC's beach scene

Across an impressive three shows (opening today, 20 November 2015) Brooklyn Museum showcases the charm, spirit, strangeness and seediness that is New York’s Coney Island. “Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861–2008” displays 140 diverse works—from paintings of the seaside during the 1870s to Depression-era artworks to current-day creations by the likes of Swoon and NYC graffiti writing royalty Daze. Another show “Forever Coney: …

Drag Yourself To Work Print

The ever-charming work of Brooklyn-based artist Steve “ESPO” Powers will brighten any wall—even if it’s an image of walking garbage, like his “Drag Yourself To Work Day” print. This bold, three-color piece is a 12″ x 12″ screenprint on 334 gram Coventry Rag and was printed in an edition of 100. It’s so delightfully morose that it will spark up even the dullest Mondays.