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Blush - Standard Edition

Run #01741a
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TYPE:Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Rag Fine Art Paper
SIZE:16 x 12 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Feb 13 2017
This RUN comes signed and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity from Drew Merritt and 1xRUN.
Edition Size 75
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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 is proud to announce the 5th Annual POW! WOW! Hawaii Print Exhibition featuring 30+ artists participating in this year’s festival. Building on this unique partnership with the world’s premier mural festival, 1xRUN will release new prints each day beginning February 8th - 23rd at 3pm EST / noon PST / 10am HST.

In addition, 1xRUN will host their annual pop up exhibition with surprise in-store exclusives opening February 14h - 18th at Lana Lane, POW! WOW! Hawaii’s central hub located in Kaka’ako.

Participating artists for the 2017 1xRUN x POW! WOW!
Print Exhibition Include:

Careaux - Cinta Vidal - Ckaweeks - Cory Kamehanaokala - Dan Witz
Defer 1 / 2 - Drew Merritt 1 / 2 - Evoca - Glazed Paradise - Gary Musgrave
Jasper Wong - Jeff Gress - Jeff McMillan - Joram Roukes 1 / 2
Kai'ili Kaulukukui - Kamea Hadar 1 / 2 - Kaplan Bunce - Katch - Kevin Lyons
Maya Hayuk - Michelle Tanguay - Mr. Jago 1 / 2 - OakOak 1 / 2 - Slick - Ouizi
PichiAvo - Prime - Shok-1 - Tara McPherson 1 / 2 - Tavar Zawacki (Above)
Telmo Miel 1 / 2 Woes Martin - Wooden Wave


ABOUT THE ARTIST:
When Drew Merritt was a kid he always painted by himself. Then when he turned 12 or 13, Merritt got really into graffiti. Everybody he would talk to, always say that graffiti got them into art, but for Merritt it was the other way around.

Like other kids, he was arrested and got in trouble for years worth of work. He never considered himself that good at graff anyway. He admitted that he has the worst hand style in the world, but Merritt really liked doing it. When Merritt got in trouble, he tried to pay his attorney fees, but his attorney was like, “Oh don’t worry about it, my wife wants to put murals in our kid’s room.” So that evolved into making money off Art.

Merritt started painting windows for people, script, whatever. When he went to college, his mother and aunt said, “We have all these paintings stacked up in the garage from years ago, since you were little…. What do you want us to do with them?” He advised his family to throw them away, but they said, “No, we’re going to try to sell them. We’re going to have a show.” So they had a show at his aunt’s home. Merritt was going through the motion of working a boring job at a department store and trying to balance the college life. Then his paintings sold, he quit his job and pursued art as a career.

Find more by Drew Merritt at drewmerritt.com.

Follow Drew on Instagram @drewmerritt & Facebook.
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When Merritt was a kid he always painted by himself. Then when he turned 12 or 13, Merritt got really into graffiti. Everybody he would talk to, always say that graffiti got them into art, but for Merritt it was the other way around.

Like other kids, he was arrested and got in trouble for years worth of work. He never considered himself that good at graff anyway. He admitted that he has the worst hand style in the world, but Merritt really liked doing it. When Merritt got in trouble, he tried to pay his attorney fees, but his attorney was like, “Oh don’t worry about it, my wife wants to put murals in our kid’s room.” So that evolved into making money off Art.

Merritt started painting windows for people, script, whatever. When he went to college, his mother and aunt said, “We have all these paintings stacked up in the garage from years ago, since you were little…. What do you want us to do with them?” He advised his family to throw them away, but they said, “No, we’re going to try to sell them. We’re going to have a show.” So they had a show at his aunt’s home. Merritt was going through the motion of working a boring job at a department store and trying to balance the college life. Then his paintings sold, he quit his job and pursued Art as a career.
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