Cluster Wall, an online gallery specializing in hand-pulled, low-run, hand-embellished screen prints, has arrived, showcasing work by the best street artists from around the world (but favoring local NYC up and coming talent). By offering only the highest quality signed and numbered screen prints Cluster Wall is changing the way street art is collected and displayed. Customers can be sure that their purchases are truly limited edition, handcrafted pieces of art (usually one of a kind).
“There has never been a more exciting time to follow and collect street art,” says Evan Tobias, Cluster Wall’s founder. “Offering affordable, hand-embellished prints allows collectors at every level to proudly hang and build a collection they can show off.”
Upcoming prints include a first-ever “Knit Print” by street artist London Kaye, who crochets then “knit bombs” one-of-a-kind pieces. London will create a print and then attach her crochet work to the paper. Anyone running around Brooklyn can see her street work on a chain link fence.
Hand-embellished prints of New York punk icon Joey Ramone by Solus, one of Ireland’s most famous street artists.
Prints by ELLE, a female graffiti and street artist based in Brooklyn whose work is internationally collected.
First hand-embellished prints by Chris RWK, who over the past 14 years has inspired a devoted following of thousands with his characters
A small series of original works by The DRiF!, whose abstract aesthetic has recently taken New York by storm.
Collaborative prints by the most famous subversive subway artist in New York, Jilly Ballistic, and John Paul O’Grodnick, whose colorful work has been featured on the bottles of WAT-AAH and on apparel.
Author: Matthew A. Eller