Spoke Art and the Castro Theatre show off two new pieces for The Warriors


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CAN YOU DIG IIIIITTTTTTTT?!

Spoke Art Gallery is debuting two new prints, one from Polish illustrator Grzegorz Domaradzki and another amazing print from Brandon Schaefer for The Warriors screening at the Historic Castro Theatre in San Francisco, California. The theatre will be hosting a screening of Walter Hill’s hyper-stylized action film about a Coney Island gang being chased by several other vengeful gangs from the Bronx back to their home turf.

Both artists are showing their true roots of graphic design and illustration but are able to portray their unique voices and separate areas of talents.

Polish illustrator Grzegorz “Gabz” Domaradzki’s hand-drawn art is enhanced by his custom-made typography, which is both intriguing and captivating in terms of technique. Throw in bright colors and the stylized concept, and you have one amazing piece of work.

Brandon Schaefer is an accomplished illustrator and poster designer. His work primarily focuses on film, but he also has original pieces featured in galleries across the country. You can feel the influence by the greats such as designer Bob Gill and Saul Bass.

These small runs will be available at the show on Friday, May 25th, at The Castro Theatre screening of The Warriors, then later online. Stay tuned to @Nerdlocker on twitter for an announcement of the sale date and time.


Grzegorz Domaradzki
Fine art giclee printed with archival Epson Ultrachrome ink
300# Italian produced hot press paper
Hand numbered
Edition of 100
18″ x 24″
$40


Brandon Schaefer
Fine art giclee printed with archival Epson Ultrachrome ink
300# Italian produced hot press paper
Signed and numbered
Edition of 100
18″ x 24″
$40

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I grew up on Kung Fu theater movie weekends, a lot of Top Ramen Noodles, G.I. Joe's, Evil Knivels Stunt Cycle and Stretch Armstrong. My Movie reviews and Artist Interviews have been a regular around Nerdlocker.com. Follow me on Twitter @arainbolt. or email me aaron@nerdlocker.com