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    Luke Chueh has perfected the art of painting emotionless bears with sad empty eyes that stare directly into your soul, and we love him for that! That's why we're highlighting his art this week, we dig what he does and how he does it. But he likes to paint other things too, usually mishmoshing bad jokes with pop-culture references.


    Boba by Luke Chueh (Get it?) 😜

    Luke is as about as cool as his art, which is to say very! Don't believe me? Check out this video of Luke talking about his latest release with Prints On Wood, The Nose Knows (Get it?) 😏 ...


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    If that thrilling and informative vignette has wet your whistle, then guess what, you just hit the art-nerd jackpot! We still got a few The Nose Knows prints available, including the big 'ol honking one from DCON. Although if you're more of a Luke traditionalist and are looking for something... oh, I don't know... white bear / thousand-yard-stare, then we got something for you too!


     Hello Lukey by Luke Chueh (Get it?) 😹


    For more information on Luke Chueh, please visit lukechueh.com


    Describing itself at an "Art Machine For Social Change", The Amplifier Foundation  has commissioned our good friend, Shepard Fairey to design some posters for their upcoming "We The People" campaign.


    Serving as an art based protest of America's 45th Presidential Inauguration for President-Elect Donald J. Trump, The "We The People" project is focused on distributing posters featuring the art of Shepard Fairey as well as Ernesto Yerena, and Jessica Sabogal, at this event.


    As as some areas of Washington DC will have restrictions on the carrying of signs and posters, The Amplifier Foundation intends to get around these restrictions with their kickstarter campaign. where they have taken out full page ads in the Washington Post of these images, allowing people to carry them into these areas discreetly, paste them on walls, or hang them from the windows of their home.


    For those planning to attend the Inauguration in person, or who are local to the area, keep an eye on the social media accounts of Obey Giant and The Amplifier Foundation to discover how to get some of these signs that Prints On Wood was able to produce for this event, as they will be distributed in DC at Metro stops, out the back of moving vans, and drop locations to be announced as the 45th Inauguration approaches. The artwork of these files will also be available on The Amplifier Foundation's site for download should you want to print these images yourself.


    For more information on this event, please visit The Amplifier Foundation at http://theamplifierfoundation.org 

  • Why Customize?

    When it comes to making wood prints, we're big fans of creating customized wood prints. Helping you create customized wood print is our specialty!

    You may be wondering, why should I customize my own wood print?
    The real question is, why not? Look at it this way: creating your own personalized wood print gives you the ability to make an art piece that is exactly to your liking. For those of you who are a little more selective about art and photography, customizing your own piece gives you free reign to do whatever you want to make it look exactly how you want it to.  There are no limits! By customizing your wood print, you're creating a piece of art that is truly unique and yours.

    Take a look at one of the examples below:


    Customized wood prints also make a great gift for friends and family. A personalized wood print is thoughtful, special, and will definitely show how much you care.


    A customized wood print is a gift that will be cherished for years to come!

    How do I create my own customized wood prints?
    This part's easy. We offer different size options, price points, and finishes - all this to help you make your wood print one-of-a-kind. To start, visit our site at http://www.printsonwood.com/create-your-own. Simply upload your own photo, select your size, orientation, frame (optional), and choose a finish. Submit your order and we'll get right on it!

    Not only that, we have a great team of staff members that are readily available to assist you with your order. So what are you waiting for? Contact us today for your own special customized custom wood print!

  • 4 Tips on How to Read & Analyze a Painting

    Art is complex. Art is thought-provoking. Art is captivating and stimulating. With that being said, no piece of art is the same. Different pieces of art have different meanings, though - of course, all pieces are open to individual interpretation.

    Here are our tips on how to read and analyze a painting:

    1. Research the artist! 
      Sometimes, knowing who the artist is will tell you all that you need to know about a piece of art. A quick Google search could bring you to their personal website, which may contain an "About Me" to summarize their work. Most artists have a special theme that connects all of their artwork together. That alone can tell an observer everything they need to know about the art.jermaine-rodgers-art-print-on-wood
      "Tell Me How to Help You" by Jermaine Rodgers
    2.  Analyze the colors, shapes, symbols, and characters.
      Take a closer look at the art. Every aspect should have a different meaning.
      -Are there different colors? Different colors tend to have different meanings, and can contribute to different moods.
      -Are there any shapes and symbols? These can provide clear meanings for every piece of art.
      -How about the characters? Every character has a different story. Their actions, appearance, and art style can help you piece together the art's story - which brings us to the next point.
      "Bootleg Pop" by Matt Gondek
    3. Does the art tell a story?
      Remember, it's important to take a look at the big picture. Carefully examine every detail of the painting. Ask yourself why it was put the together the way it was. Draw a conclusion from there.
      Tip: The art piece's name may be a big clue to what the whole piece is about!
      pendelton_fb_square david chung prints on wood
    4. Finally, take a look at the canvas.
      The canvas is important! Here at Prints on Wood, many of the artists that work with us choose to print their paintings on wood canvases. Some will say that the plywood adds a subtle, vintage feel to their paintings. Others will say that they appreciate the way the wood grain enhances the color and style of the artwork.

    Want to give it a try? Take a look at this painting. What do you think it represents? Leave a comment below with your answers!


  • Sharon Schindler Photography

    Sharon Schindler is a well-known photographer, famous for her pictures involving nature and architecture. Sharon's photography explores the interplay of light, nature, and physical media. She has also began to transition to documenting stories about old historical buildings. Her photos work to capture and are meant to preserve these buildings for years to come.

    Typically, her photos are printed on wood or stone in order to allow the viewer to connect with Sharon's perspective. The wood grain gives the portrait a more natural, vintage feel and appearance. All of her prints can be ordered on birch wood with a frame of choice. Sharon's art has won numerous awards for her photos of nature and has had her photos displayed in many places around the world.

    Here at Prints on Wood, we believe that vintage art and  custom wood prints truly do go hand in hand. We believe that artwork and photographs are at their best when printed on wood.


    We've created a wood print from her artwork called "Vintage Shoes." The wood canvas transforms and enhances the original art piece in a way that no other canvas can. The wood grain shows through the artwork and gives the piece a truly unique look and feel. No wood print is the same.

    To create your own wood print on our site, click here.


    If you swing by the LA ART show this year, on the night of January 12th, make sure you stick around to check out the Mel Ramos After Party at Chungking Studio!


    Who is Mel Ramos? He's a pop-art legend who likes to paint beautiful naked women along side pop culture imagery. Mel is being honored with a Lifetime Achievement award at the Littletopia x LA Art Show After Party presented by  Juxtapoz Magazine & Gregorio Escalante Gallery!


    Also being recognized this year for her curation of the the Photography and Prints/Drawings departments at LACMA, Brett Salvesen, receiving the distinguished honor of Curator of the Year Award. Ben Goretsky, founder of 3D Retro and Designer Con, will also be honored at this  event being named Collector of the Year!

    The musical portion of this event will also host none other than the man who made comically oversized stereo equipment and alarm clocks stylish, guest DJ Flavor Flav on the 1's and 2's, with a special musical performance by weird and wonderful MRK!

    For more information on this event, please visit laartshow.com



    Matt Gondek is a pop-deconstructive artist. What does that mean? It means he paints awesome pictures of beloved cartoon characters from your childhood exploding violently.


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    We had the pleasure of catching up with Matt at DesignerCon 2016, where he gave us one of the more.... uh.... "interesting" interviews when we asked him to say a few words on camera.


    The Dark Side - Matt Gondek

    As mentioned in the Video, Matt Gondek collaborated with POW on Bootleg Pop, and his massive, Rancor sized Darth Vader print, The Dark Side. While Bootleg Pop has been long sold out, The Dark Side is still available in the POW shop... probably not for long being how it's limited to an edition of 1!



    Prints on Wood Offers an exclusive LA Art Show print honoring Mel Ramos, Britt Salvesen & Ben Goretsky. Art by the world rewound artist Shepard Fairey, featuring Hall of Fame Public Enemy member, Flavor Flav the DJ of the Juxtapoz Party.

    Prints are hand signed and numbered by Shepard and Flavor Flav. The 12" x 15" fine art wood print is available for sale at the price of $150 from January 9th to the the morning of the 16th, ending at 10 am PDT. at an exclusive art show price.

    Following the art show, prints sell for $250 and will be available until February 7th at 10 am PDT. Because each print will be signed and numbered by Shepard Fairey and Flavor Flav, prints will ship in early March. Order your print here.

  • 20% OFF FINE ART!


    Right now, for the first time ever, Prints on Wood is offering 20% OFF* all fine art prints when you use promo code LOVEART!


    *Offer not valid on Treason Gallery / Obey Table Print releases.

  • Artist Spotlight: Tara McPherson

    Tara McPherson? More like Tara Mc-FIERCE-son! Get it? Because... you know... that... uh... er.... um... yeah. Lame jokes aside, we love Tara McPherson! We got a chance to speak with her at DesignerCon 2016 where she revealed her newest print release for 2017: Electric Lola


    Click to see a sneak peak of ELECTRIC LOLA

    While the release date of this piece is still a secret, check out these Tara releases available right now! (While supplies last)


    THE WANDERERS - Tara McPherson


    THE FOUNTAIN - Tara McPherson


    SUPERNOVA II - Tara McPherson


    UMIBOZO LAKE - Tara McPherson

    Don't forget to use promo code LOVEART when ordering any of these, and all of our other artist releases and get 20% OFF* for a limited time!


    *Offer not valid on Treason Gallery / Obey Table Print releases.

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