Monday, April 11, 2011

Tam Tam Limited Series [9]

Tam Tam Limited Series [9]
Spray Paint on Cardboard
Each 16" X 10"
April 2011

By definition, a stencil is made to be used and re-used until it returns to the earth from which it came. Personally, I have been making it a point to use stencils only once in order to create complex, one of a kind pieces in order to break away from the stereotype and expectations. Of course I have strayed away from my own rule here and there but for the most part have been very consistently abiding by it.

That being said, I've recently made a a limited series of 8 elephants on cardboard that were all different [colors, paint splashes, etc.] while being done with the same stencil combination. They were extremely well received as 7 of 8 were snatched up within a few hours.

Based off the success of the elephant series, I created a limited series of 9 [1 missing from top picture] cardboard pieces depicting the Mont Royal Tam Tam's. They were also well received since 5 of 9 were purchased last Friday. The remaining 4 are currently sitting at Voodooo Ink Tattoo Shop [4148 St-Denis] waiting for someone to come give them a new home [$30 per item].

Keep an eye out, there will be more series coming up during the summer and they will all be available for purchase through here. If ever you want the last remaining Elephant [$35 ship. incl.], please contact me via it will be my pleasure to send it to you... or deliver it in person if you're in Montreal.

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