We’re launching Paper & Ink, a new series highlighting posters printed on Neenah Paper and the artists who created them. Our first installment features three artists from ARTCRANK Minneapolis: Natalie Wynings, Erik Hamline, and Antonia Maistrova. Natalie Wynings “A Bike Parade,” … Continue reading
ARTCRANK MSP 2013 is now closed. Thanks to all of the artists and everyone who came out to support bikes, local art and Springboard for the Arts.
UPDATE: ARTCRANK Minneapolis 2013 is now closed. Thanks to everyone who contributed to making this our biggest and most successful show ever. We’ll be back in 2014 with more original, bike-inspired posters by local artists.
Generous contributions by Widmer Brothers Brewing, Neenah Paper, and Third North Apartments helped us raise more than $3,000 to support Springboard for the Arts and its ongoing efforts to provide medical care to uninsured Twin Cities artists and their families.
And if you’re looking to frame that new poster, Mitrebox Framing is offering special standard and custom framing packages exclsuively for ARTCRANK posters.
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Map: One On One Bicycle Studio
Just finished printing this year’s ARTCRANK poster. It’s called “Proud Papa” in honor of our newborn son Griffin Eames who joined us durring the process. Despite dragging junior along in a Burley bike trailer Dad wins the race with the a surge of pride and the energy that brings.
My buddy Charles runs this shindig and it’s always a really good time. This year they’re having it back downtown at Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art right over by the Bev’s Wine Bar. I was lucky enough to be selected to participate for a third year. Out of all my projects all year long, I really look forward to this one. It’s a chance to make art about bikes with no real rules or clients.