The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 Inch Black Wood Frame with UV-Glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
1xRUN and Wallplay gallery, in association with the Millennial Group and curator Greg Cummins, are pleased to announce the group exhibition Time. The “Time” installation is comprised of works from 15 contemporary artists of varying technique who explore the concept through several mediums. After considering the vast subject, artists including David Barnett, Bradley Theodore, Lawrence “Naturel” Atoigue, Brian Kirhagis and Jay West each conceived original pieces that will be unveiled at Wallplay in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side on Wednesday, October 22nd. Simultaneously, 1xRUN.com will offer a virtual exhibition and access to limited edition print versions of select originals all available in special timed editions. Each edition will be set to the number sold and once they are done will be closed forever.
“What’s special about this exhibition is that it’s a conclave of this vanguard movement of creators, some of whom are just beginning to make their mark” says Cummins, who likens the experience to the role of agent Phil Coulson assembling the Avengers. “It’s an opportunity to view, and maybe own a piece of, a rare moment of shared focus.”
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from David Barnett and 1xRUN.
David Barnett is a 28 year old graphic artist born and based in New York City. As a Creative Director, he has worked in design, illustration, apparel, publishing, branding, and signage. He co-founded his own design studio called Noble Signs, specializing in branding and signage for bars and restaurants in NYC. His illustrations have been featured on the album covers of Curren$y's Pilot Talk 1 and 2, Ski Beatz' 24 Hour Karate School 1 and 2, Murs' Love & Rockets; he has also done illustration and design for Erykah Badu, Future Islands, Bun B, Real Estate, and Cam'ron and Jim Jones of the Diplomats, among others. In the spring of 2014 he held his first solo exhibition at Poppington Gallery in the Lower East Side, where it ran for 3 months and was viewed by thousands of people. The show included digital illustration, several large paintings, and works in neon and LED light.
He has been featured in The New York Times, T Magazine, Complex Magazine, OnSmash, and more.