Clarence K.
Skate-Homies 16 x 20 print (Giclee prints on archival matte paper)
Since day one, the skateboarding culture has viewed life differently than everyone else. It’s always been blind to race, gender and age. It’s produced the most forward thinking people on the planet. Even now as it has grown into astronomical proportions it still keeps the same core values. It’s the most modern tribe on the planet and if you skate you understand what this means. Photographer Clarence K has captured today’s New York City skater in the most honest and realist way.

These photos are not only intimate and immediate (and really beautiful,) they are a terrific snapshot of what a New York skateboarder really looks like in 2019. A special time captured in a seemingly simple way, let’s see these skaters again in 2029.

- Michael Burnett Editor of Thrasher

*Each print comes with a Skate-Homie book, certificate of authenticity, and studio stamp from Clarence’s studio. Please specifiy which skater you would like to purchase. Please feel free to email us for different print sizes and questions. 

Jini Lee 
Diary Cut-Out,, 2021
Jini Lee’s paper collage <cutout narrative> is a story that connects the actualities in dreams to the denials of realities. It attempts to ridof the works of completion as defined by one’s vantage point and discovers anew the daily through new assignments. The story Jini creates is a renewed completion that is both awkward yet natural, quite personal but tells the story of everyone. Jini Lee was born andmajored in Interior Design, worked as a planner and brand consultant in Seoul, South Korea. She moved to New York in 2014, studiedVisual Design, and returned to Korea in the wake of the 2020 pandemic. She continues her artistic practice as a multidisciplinaryartist and works as a brand/product designer, currently traveling between Seoul and New York.

*The cover of <cutout diary> expressed the artist’s cutout work. The image inserts placed in the cover are images selected by the artist,and are randomly provided with the book and individually wrapped in an OPP bag. Viewers are free to choose the cover they want.

80 pages 4 × 7 in 
(limited edition)

Sandra Wang and Crockett Bodelson aka SCUBA
Fast Food, 2021
Exhibition catalogue from Sandra and Crockett’s exhibition Fast Food March 2 – April 7, 2017

Fast Food, a narrative illustrative series by the New Mexico based duo SCUBA. This series of small paintings depicts humorous yet intuitive depictions of food. The series is beautifully executed and shows the fantastic range in their work.

50 pages 8 1/2 × 5 1/2 in 
(limited edition)

Structure and Space
Artists: Senem Oezdogan, Jim Osman, Christian Nguyen, and Fred Bendheim

Exhibition catalogue from Structure and Space group exhibition featuring Senem Oezdogan, Jim Osman, Christian Nguyen and Fred Bendheim. 

These four artistic voices are united by their translation of highly personal observation through the core visual elements of line, surface, color, and space.

59 pages 8 1/2 × 5 1/2 in

Concrete Cathedrals, 2020
Exhibition catalogue from Michael ‘KAVES’ McLeer (b. Brooklyn, 1969), first exhibition in over a decade. The critically acclaimed Concrete Cathedrals exhibition featured over a dozen mostly large scale paintings and a sculpture collaboration with the legendary writer REVS. 

McLeer lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. His work has been featured in the Gunter Sachs Museum of Fine Arts in Germany, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, The Blackstone Hotel inChicago, Illinois, as well as Henry Chalfant’s acclaimed 1984 book Spraycan Art and countless other graffitibooks.

51 pages 8 1/2 × 5 1/2 in

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