Brooklynite Gallery and the Snub-Nose Prints

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BROOKLYN, NY.- Brooklynite Gallery, has released their first book entitled: “Snub-Nose Owner’s Workshop Manual”. This book is the official guide to Brooklynite Gallery’s “Snub-Nose Prints”, a term they coined back in 2008 referring to the unique, artist-made, post-card sized prints that sell for about the cost of a taxi ride. For each exhibition Brooklynite Gallery curated, artists were asked to created hand-made invitations rather than the standard, glossy card stock flier. Gradually these invites became sought-after works of art in their own right.

Bast @ Brooklynite Gallery

Bast @ Brooklynite Gallery (Photo credit: C-Monster)

Out of that idea came one in which international street artists such as COST, Dolk, Icy & Sot and M-City were asked to create limited edition mini-prints which sold for about $25-$30. These prints appealed to young collectors who couldn’t afford an original but wanted to begin art collecting. Thus the “Snub-

Nose Print” was born. The “Snub-Nose Owner’s Workshop Manual” features images and specs on over 55 prints and show invites from 2008-2013. Artists such as Labrona, Miss Bugs, RAE & Beejoir have all made a “Snub-Nose Print” over the years and they are all included in this comprehensive catalog. 

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