Print Series / Edition 1

5 Artworks

For edition 1 of our Print Series, we partnered with four different Brooklyn print studios to create an exclusive suite of prints by four Uprise Art artists: Kristin Texeira, Adrian Kay Wong, Erin Lynn Welsh, and Rubin 415. Limited-edition, numbered, and signed, these prints arrive framed and are perfect for gifting.

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Mixed into Yesterday’s Dreams by Kristin Texeira
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One and Two and... (Corner) by Adrian Kay Wong
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Glory by Erin Lynn Welsh
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American Hotel (Night) by Tony "Rubin 415" Sjöman
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Chalk City (Day) by Tony "Rubin 415" Sjöman

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