Greg Lamarche "Untitled" - Archival Print, Limited Edition of 12 - 14 x 17"

Untitled • Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper • 14 x 17 inches

Hand-signed and numbered by artist Greg Lamarche in a limited edition of 12 • Example: # /12 

House of Roulx blind embossed stamping • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Letter of Authenticity



Greg Lamarche

Inspired by the dynamism of his native New York City and its role as an incubator of the outlaw art of graffiti, Greg Lamarche's collages combine the city's relentless rhythm and graffiti's aggressive presence to express the power, elegance and rebelliousness of urban creativity. Using found materials and commercially printed papers from his vast collection of vintage printed matter, Lamarche abstracts graffiti's visual language, playing with a profusion of font styles, word fragments, multiple layers, bold colors, rhythmic repetition, multiple perspective and movement. Each unique work of precisely hand-cut paper thus becomes an interplay of the directness of graphic design and the aesthetics of fine art.

Underground Mural Project, Boston MA - 2019

Back for its 2nd installment, the Underground Mural Project returns to bring together the very best in street art, music, diversity and community to Underground at Ink Block, an epicenter of culture and creativity nestled between the South End and South Boston neighborhoods of Boston.

From June 24th– June 29th 2019, The Underground Mural Project will gather and celebrate creative do-ers, local, national, and internationally renowned street artists, and local taste makers through a week of arts programming, education, one-of-a-kind activations and a block party that celebrates a blossoming City of arts and culture. The Underground Mural Project is curated by Street Theory in partnership with National Development.



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Hand-Signed and Numbered by Greg Lamarche

Limited Edition of 12

Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM Archival Paper