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New Print From Aaron De La Cruz

Getting your hands on an Aaron De La Cruz  print hasn't been easy in recent years. The prolific artist has been busy with original work, murals, and shows, such as his latest at Public Functionary in Minneapolis. In honor of that show, Aaron has produced a new print with Arkitip, in a limited edition of 50. It's almost sold out, so take a look and click the link quickly if you want to get one.

A portion of the proceeds from this print go to support the Bautista Foundation, which gives scholarships to students from the Fresno area, where Aaron grew up. Full details on the print and the link to buy are below.

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Always Something Print
Aaron De La Cruz, 2015
We are proud to support Arkitip Alumni and frequent collaborator Aaron De La Cruz's newest exhibition 'Always Something' at Public Functionary in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

San Francisco-based painter Aaron De La Cruz crosses elements of street art and gestural painting with design-minded structure, creating work that is both instinctual and deliberate. In 'Always Something,' De La Cruz continues his ongoing exploration of line and shape with a new body of work for his upcoming show at Public Functionary in Minneapolis. This work includes original paintings, a large-scale mural, a silk screen print, and the debut of a limited edition line of wallpapers produced in conjunction with Public Functionary and artist-designed wallpaper line, Area Environments. The first release in the new PFxAE Exhibition Collection, De La Cruz's wallpaper will be installed as the backdrop to the exhibit, creating a layered, pattern-rich viewing experience. To celebrate and compliment the exhibition Arkitip has produced a new 24 x 36 In. hand pulled screen print of the artist's work exclusively for the opening. We turned an original work that the artist created on paper into a beautiful large scale silk screen print. Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist.

    • 1 color screen print on 100 lb. Cougar paper
    • Signed and numbed by the artist
    • Produced exclusively for artists exhibition ‘Always Something' at Public Functionary
    • 24 x 36 in. (60.96 x 91.44 cm) Large format print | Edition of 50

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