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Shooting Gallery Poster


From the artist:

I created this poster to celebrate the Shooting Gallery’s ninth anniversary. This gallery, located in the lovely Tenderloin, was one the first major galleries in San Francisco to show street/graffiti artist’s work. It is now globally known for supporting all forms of lowbrow art and it’s owner, Justin Giarla, has curated shows around the world. He has also opened a few new galleries in San Francisco. The poster’s copy simply reads, “Curating the streets for nine years strong.” Knowing the poster was going to be plastered on street poles and boarded up buildings throughout the city, I had it printed on Agfa’s Synaps paper so it could easily survive the elements (like a drunken tranny trying to rip it down). The poster may soon be available for
purchase through the gallery.



Vector Sticker Design – scheetvogel

scheetvogel, originally uploaded by amatic HK.

Uploaded by amatic HK to the Vectorvault Flickr Group.

Paulo Arraiano – More vector freestyle

Portugal – Paulo is one of those artists that we really dig. We wrote another post about some of his vector graffiti style and felt that we had to come back and show some more. Here is an untitled work that we thought was pretty great. Enjoy.


Take a look at more of Paulo’s work.  

Paulo Arraiano

Paulo Arraiano was brought to our attention recently by one of our ANCHORPOINT members. His work is detailed and captivating. A wonderful mixture of graffiti and design that has really struck a cord with a loyal following. Paulo has a diverse portfolio. The inside of his mind is like a hurricane of color, shape, personality and music that just goes on an on.If you’re looking for inspiration look no further. This cat is the real deal.