Sign In
Sign Up
Login to 1xRUN
Welcome to the world's leading publisher of fine-art editions. Sign up today.
Connect with Facebook
Connect with Google
Sign up with your email address:
Log In with your email address:
Remember Me
Forgot Password?
By signing up, you agree to our
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy


Because Art Should Kill

Run #00183a
Add To Favorites
TYPE:Aerosol on Wood
SIZE:12 x 24 Hand Painted Multiple
RELEASE DATE:   Mar 01 2012
Don't miss the next Bask release!
Subscribe to our newsletter and be the first to know about new product releases. You will also receive:
• Early Access
• Exclusive Content
• Artist Features & Interviews
About The Work
About The Artist
UPDATE: With his free hand painted multiples BASK definitely caused a Scenic Riot here at 1xRun. Thank you to everyone that participated in the giveaway and CONGRATULATIONS to the lucky 40 that grabbed one of these!

On March 10th, OHNO!DOOM Gallery will host BASK's debut solo art show in Chicago titled, A SCENIC RIOT. To celebrate, BASK has made 50 original hand painted multiples that will be given away for FREE. That's right, FREE!

You read correctly, Thursday March 1st - BASK , 1xRUN and OHNO!DOOM will be giving away 40 (of the edition of 50) original hand painted multiples - All you will pay is for shipping! At Noon EST we will drop the first batch at a random quantity and throughout the day we'll be dropping random quantities at random times. Follow us on Twitter or FB and sign up for the 1xRUN newsletter for Alerts to stay informed!

"Each 12"x 24" painting will be mailed unwrapped, directly from me. The wear of travel during transit, will be an intentional effect on each one of a kind piece." - BASK

1xRUN will also be releasing a limited edition print from the exhibition - Camping with Mole-Man drops on March 30th with an edition of 25 giclee prints and 7 that are hand embellished.
Bask is the moniker of one, Ales Bask Hostomsky, who along with his parents emigrated from Czechoslovakia to Florida and began to soak up America’s popular iconic imagery along with the sun.

Bask quickly began to notice similarities between the communistic iconic propaganda from his youth and the consumer advertising of his teens. He soon discovered that they were simply, two sides of the same coin. Each vying for our short-lived attention spans, all the while selling us (or telling us?) anything and everything from Marxism to McDonalds. Seeking conspiracies -and finding them embedded in the popular iconography of the mass media, Bask began painting bold, media critical broadsides to assuage his fear of being manipulated. A fear cultivated in a repressive regime, had now returned, but to the most unlikely and safest of places- The American living room.

More From This Artist
Your Cart
Continue Shopping >>
You made it through the waitlist!
You have to accept your reservation below.
Remove Item
Better luck next time!
This item has been removed from your cart.