Introducing… “Sleep Less, Work More” Tee by GCS Clothing x MADESTUFF. Released in conjunction with Made Rindu’s solo art show here in our gallery OCT 24th, 2015. Produced 3 ways, in black on a soft feel tee with discharge print. On a AAA white tee and a white soft feel tee. Each version is crisp and clean. Enjoy.
Here is a up-dated version of the flyer for the OCT 24th solo art show with the amazing MADE RINDU . The opening goes from 6 pm to 10pm and of course its free and all ages. Bring the whole family, music, refreshments and live painting going down here in the gallery. Tons of new pieces for sale at the show. We’ll see you then.
AUG 15th, 2015- GCS had the pleasure of hosting the washington based artist ISREK for a solo show. Consisting of original ink and paper illustrations and 6 color prints on wood, this show was a great showcase of his skills as a graff artist, illustrator and representative of his pen control and patience in creating these great pieces. Enjoy.
March 15th, 2014. “Frank Declares W.A.R.” art show in our broadway gallery. Our friends We Are Rodents and Frank Martinez compiled a great body of art work for this fun show. Live music and refreshments were enjoyed by all who attended.
June 2nd, 2012. This was the first time that we hosted the Ink Bombers for an art show in our gallery. These guys are great but you know that by now. These guys are very prolific and they’re always producing work. Stay tuned for more from these cats.
Jan 5th, 2013. GCS was happy to host the second annual $50 and Under Open Art Show. Building on the popularity of the previous year’s 50 and under art show, the second year had more art, more artists and more spectators. Anyone that has followed us through the years knows that January means $50 and Under art show! Look out for more.
Today we look back at the second time the Ink Bombers curated an art show in our Broadway gallery. Entitled “Comic Cons”, the art show focused on the darker side of the characters that we all grew up with. Great art show, great line up of talent. The Ink Bombers always go hard.