Art Inspired by the Stay at Home Order Featuring 25 Artists & Screen Printed by Ink Lounge, Denver CO.
Proceeds directly benefit the artists & Access Gallery, a local nonprofit.
CMYK process screen printed & numbered in limited editions of 100. • Sized at 8x10, perfect for the home & standard size you can frame yourself. • $30 each (+ tax) includes free shipping. • Non-Profit Partner: Access Gallery • In-Kind Sponsors: Speedball & Veritiv
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Currently there is no set end date to the exhibit.
HH25 | Flaming 9
There are 87 left!
Nicholas Campbell | CMBL Design
This flaming roll of toilet paper is a symbol of the initial panic that ensued shortly after shelter-in-place orders started rolling out at the start of the 2020 pandemic. The great toilet paper shortage remains a mystery but it made for some interesting memes. One of which was of Heather Ledger's Joker burning a giant pile of toilet paper rolls. That meme essentially inspired this piece. This drawing was also part of a set of 36 illustrations of all the alphabet letters and numbers 0-9. This is my "9."
All prints are 8x10, screen printed on 100# cover weight, signed editions of 100. Frame is not included.
Cost includes shipping to continental US. $20 to artist, $3 to Access Gallery (non-profit), $7 to cover shipping & materials.