Three years ago, Dmitry Gudkov began taking photographs of New Yorkers with their bicycles. What began as a personal photography project has since evolved into #BikeNYC, an expansive showcase of hundreds of bicycles, the people that ride them, and the … Continue reading
Thursday, September 4 | 5:00pm – 10:00pm | Brooklyn Brewery | 79 North 11th Street | Williamsburg, Brooklyn
ARTCRANK NYC 2014 will feature hand-made, bike-inspired posters created by New York area artists. Limited edition, signed and numbered copies of all posters will be available for $50 each. Admission is free.
UPDATE: We’re proud and thrilled to announce the artist roster for ARTCRANK NYC 2014. The artists, illustrators and designers listed at right will create bike-inspired posters for this year’s show, scheduled for Thursday, September 4. Each poster will be a limited-edition print, with 30 copies available for purchase for $50 each.
For this year’s show, we’re moving from SoHo to Brooklyn at Brooklyn Brewery in Williamsburg. We’re excited to take advantage of this amazing space, and we’re working with an amazing group of national and local sponsors to make this our best show ever:
Shinola will be on hand to show off its American made, handcrafted bikes, watches and accessories, which are works of art in their own right.
Strike a pose solo or with friends at Neenah Paper‘s Photo Spot — our event staff will be there to take group photos and make sure everyone gets into the picture.
And our friends at Clif Bar will have tasty snacks to keep you going through the whole show. Clif has also commissioned a special, limited-edition poster print to benefit advocacy partner People For Bikes. Great art for a good cause.
Please check back for updates, and follow ARTCRANK on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest news. And if you’d like to see photos and videos from previous events, connect with us on Flickr and Vimeo as well. See you soon!
ARTCRANK will make its long awaited New York City debut at Bicycle Habitat in SoHo, Manhattan on Thursday, August 9, 2012. The show will feature hand-made, bike-inspired posters created by 25 artists from The City That Never Sleeps. Admission is free, and … Continue reading