FEATURED.

 
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URBAN MYTHS & LEGENDS

THE FORTUNE GIVER CLOWN

He was a misfit, a wandering clown coming to New York from the Far East. From Hong Kong. He got lost drinking in basements, fighting in the Bowery and betting with the gamblers of Doyers Street.

Then he met Rosie. The most beautiful, witty and demanded in the brothel. The richest madam in town. The craziest girl of all.

They enjoyed 6 days and 7 nights together, drinking wine, eating cheese, smoking Cuban cigars.(...)

 

 MARCHING BAND FOR AN IMPOSSIBLE CIRCUS

Part of the 'An Impossible Circus' collection, Marching Band is a 4 panel (120 x 40 inches) original mixed media artwork. The piece, depicting a march of a symphony orchestra in a garden with swans, will be available in the The Originals section of Inventory 307 shortly. In juxtaposition to the organic lines, the artworks features large geometric shapes of flat colors and a modernist geometric composition.

 
 
 

PSYCHEDELIC ELEGANCE

 

This relief print is a version of 'Wild Horses and The Incredibly Red Plastic Flowers' by Gary Fernández. It comes on mould-made paper in two different colors: Gray or Cream. Made in Manhattan, NY (USA). Handprinted by the artist. Size: 9 x 12 inches. | 22.8 x 30.5 cm.

 
 

THE FIGHTERS

LIMITED EDITION SCREENPRINT FROM THE COLLECTION 'SOUTHERN WILDERNESS'

Limited edition of 50 prints, embossed, signed and numbered by the artist. Part of the collection of imaginary creatures from the American South consisting of 3 different prints (all of them available at Inventory 307). Handprinted in Atlanta, Georgia. Originally designed to be part of the collection 'Southern Wilderness', exhibited in Perth and Sydney (Australia) in 2012.

 

 
 
 

The Originals

Rare, unique pieces, prototypes and studies are all available exclusively in The Originals section of Inventory 307 directly from the artist’s studio in Brooklyn, New York.

 
 
 

IMAGINARY CREATURES of THE american SOUTH

 
 

from the original first prototype of THE CONTORTIONISTs.

Based on the original first prototype of the Imaginary Creatures of the American South: The Contortionists; now available at Inventory 307. Handcrafted in Brooklyn, New York, the Contortionist's head is cast out of concrete.

 
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INVENTORY 307

SURREAL INDUSTRIALISM HANDCRAFTED IN NEW YORK CITY.