This print edition, part of series 003, is designed in collab with emerging artist Michael Hambouz. Michael works in multimedia across painting, cut paper collage, printmaking, animation, and more. This exclusive print features some of the many icons in his latest collage series 2077, that considers the dream-like personification of future artifacts which persist beyond the artist's own lifetime.
- six month consignment (April 2022)
- digital dye-sublimation all-over print on t-shirt
- edition of 30 available + 4 APs
- 95% polyester, 5% elastane
- comfortable, mid-weight knit tee
- unisex, athleisure fit
- zero-waste print process
|Chest (inches)||34 ¼||37 ⅜||42 ⅛||46 ⅞||51 ⅝|
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Michael Hambouz (Brooklyn, NY) (he/him) is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and independent curator. Hambouz creates works commingling the familiar and the imagined as observed in his dreams and daydreams, referencing memories growing up as a first-generation Palestinian-American in the rural Midwest and experiences beyond living in New York City. Recent solo/two-person exhibitions include Future Fairs (New York, NY), Brooklyn Academy of Music (Brooklyn, NY), Chashama (New York, NY), and Kayrock (Brooklyn, NY). Hambouz is an avid supporter of the arts and social justice, contributing work to benefit auctions hosted by Luhring Augustine, Cheim & Read, Bridget Donahue, Honey Ramka, Yossi Milo, and Pioneer Works. His art and curatorial work has been featured in Artnet News, Hyperallergic, Vice, Create! Magazine, and Design Milk.