18 x 24
Edition of 50
7 colors on archival cream paper
Signed and Numbered
This print and it’s variants (which Spoke Art will be revealing) will be available at C2E2 Chicago April 25 through April 27, 2014 through Spoke Art’s booth #756.


O Blessed Equity, mankind’s delight,
Th’ eternal friend of conduct just and right:
Abundant, venerable, honor’d maid,
To judgments pure, dispensing constant aid,

A stable conscience, and an upright mind;
For men unjust, by thee are undermin’d,
Whose souls perverse thy bondage ne’er desire,
But more untam’d decline thy scourges dire:
Harmonious, friendly power, averse to strife,
In peace rejoicing, and a stable life;
Lovely, loquacious, of a gentle mind,
Hating excess, to equal deeds inclin’d:
Wisdom, and virtue of whate’er degree,
Receive their proper bound alone in thee.
Hear, Goddess Equity, the deeds destroy
Of evil men, which human life annoy;
That all may yield to thee of mortal birth,
Whether supported by the fruits of earth,
Or in her kindly fertile bosom found,
or in the depths of Marine Jove profound.

— Hymns of Orpheus
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Pop Époque Tour Program

On April 19, 2014, in Art Events, by squirt


Pop Époque – The Serigraphs of Chuck Sperry – Made in California

Last summer at the end of Chuck Sperry’s “Flowers of Popular Victories” Tour in Italy, he stopped in Paris to meet Magali Bru, owner of l’Oeil Ouvert Gallery. Sperry and Bru hatched a plan for a show in June 2014, with a small introductory show to happen at l’Oeil Ouvert in Paris, running from October to November of 2013. Well, the introductory show was such a smashing success that all the posters Chuck left to Magali were soon sold, more posters were sent to Paris, and Sperry’s “introduction” was extended to January 1, 2014. In February, the French Government, quite unexpectedly, included about a dozen Sperry posters in large well-atteneded overview of world-class graphic art at Les Docks in Paris. There was another wave of inquiries at l’Oeil Ouvert for Sperry’s posters and more press and television bringing attention to his art in France.


l’Oeil Ouvert, 74 rue François Miron, Paris 75004 (metro St. Paul) • June 19 to July 13, 2014 
Opening: Thursday, June 19, 2014

Chuck Sperry’s show called “Pop Époque” at l’Oeil Ouvert will open on June 19 and run until July 13, 2014. This will be a large showing of Chuck Sperry posters from his archive, which were originally released from the middle of 2013 to the beginning of June 2014, with some older posters included. Many of Sperry’s newest limited edition silkscreened concert posters will be available, rare and hard-to-acquire posters will be made available through l’Oeil Ouvert for the occasion!

Opening: Thursday, June 19, 2014, l’Oeil Ouvert Gallery of Paris will debut a special month long solo exposition of Chuck Sperry’s poster art. The opening night reception and party that is free and open to the public. The show will be on view to the general public until July 13.


Galerie Oberkampf, 103 rue St. Maur, Paris 75011 (metro Menilmontant) • June 21 to July 4, 2014
Opening: Saturday, June 21, 2014

World renown American screen-print artist Chuck Sperry from San Francisco will be showing his newest original large-scale works of art at Galerie Oberkampf, Paris. Mr. Sperry’s art is energized by the political street art and concert posters he has prolifically created for over 25 years. His new pieces express the synergy of social concern and popular iconography, graffiti and detourned classical themes, political outrage and imagery drawn from the Century-long world tradition of poster-making.

Opening: Saturday, June 21, 2014, Galerie Oberkampf of Paris will debut a special two week long solo exposition of Chuck Sperry’s very newest large-scale works of art. The opening night reception and party that is free and open to the public. The show will be on view to the general public until July 4.


Firehouse 8, 1648 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, California • May 1 to May 31, 2014
Opening: Thursday, May 1, 2014 – 6 pm to 10 pm
Closing: Going-away Party for “Pop Époque Tour” – Saturday, May 31, 2014 – 6 pm to 10 pm.

Chuck Sperry will be making a special month long installation in San Francisco of his very newest, large-scale, screen printed wood panel works of art – as a preview for his American supporters – of the show he is making in Paris at Galerie Oberkampf. The setting for the show is Sperry’s original Firehouse studio located on Pacific Avenue between Polk Street and Van Ness in San Francisco. There will be food, beverages and music; rock posters to be acquired; and Sperry’s newest screen printed works on wood panel. This will definitely be a fun evening!

Opening: Thursday, May 1, 2014, Firehouse 8 of San Francisco will debut a special month long solo exposition of Chuck Sperry’s very newest large-scale works of art. The opening night reception and party that is free and open to the public. The show will be on view to the general public until May 31.



Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe at Slim’s SF
22 x 35
Edition of 125
6 colors on archival cream paper
Signed and Numbered

Sold Out – Thank You!



Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe at Slim’s SF
22 x 35
Bronze Edition of 15
5 colors on bronze metallic paper
Signed and Numbered

Sold Out – Thank You!



Moonalice 420 Gathering of the Tribe at Slim’s SF
22 x 35
Gold Edition of 15
5 colors on gold metallic paper
Signed and Numbered

Sold Out – Thank You!


A very limited release of this poster will be made on Sunday, April 20, 2014 through Moonalice at the show.

I will be making a very limited release of this poster and it’s variants online on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at a random time.


For Moonalice, 4/20 – with its annual 420 Gathering of the Tribe, is the highest of high holidays. Moonalice’s Barry Sless, Pete Sears, John Molo and Roger McNamee will rip it up with two sets. Wavy Gravy and Big Steve Parish will be emcees. David Nelson will be a special guest, along with opening act Jason Crosby & Friends (with Dan (Lebo) Lebowitz on guitar & vocals, Jay Lane on drums and Chris Crosby on bass).

According to Moonalice legend, each attendee at the 4/20 show at Slim’s will receive a set of 18 posters as a gift from the band! Each poster is amazing and unique in its own right, together they make for a mind blowing collection of the very best of rock poster art! There will also be an exhibit of the all 696 posters in the Moonalice series.

As if poster art and rock and roll was not enough, lots of bunnies (big and small) can be expected, as can treats galore and an Easter egg hunt with fabulous prizes including tickets to BottleRock for Friday & Saturday (the two days that Moonalice is performing, event continues on Sunday), plus tons of Moonalice schwag including; poster art books, CD packs, t-shirts, sweatshirts, ashtrays, rolling papers and so much more!

Doors for Slim’s open at 4pm with Jason Crosby opening at 4.20pm. General admission is $4.20 with dinner and admission at $29.15.

The Poster Show opens at 4pm in the Warren Hellman’s Exhibit Center next to Slim’s.

Three screen printed posters created for this event by Alex Fischer, Gary Houston and Chuck Sperry will be available for purchase.

All guests can have their photo taken with the bunny in the Photo Booth and will go home with a personalized memento, along with a set of 18 posters!


To see posters and concert videos from every Moonalice show visit www.moonalice.com.

Moonalice’s single, “It’s 4:20 Somewhere,” has been downloaded 4.4 million times. You can download it at http://rvrb.it/1dtDJVn.

Purchase tickets for Slim’s

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I’m very happy to announce that my Widespread Panic, Fox Poster has won Expressobeans.com Poster of the Week. Thank you to all my supporters, I truly appreciate it! I thought it would also be a great time to have a look at some photos of my off-the-hook “Don’t Panic!” Widespread Panic poster retrospective at Hangar 18 this March 28 (photos courtesy of Alexandra Fischer)

Many thanks to the hundreds of kind people who came to visit my studio Hangar 18! You were all such wonderful guests and we had a super enjoyable day! A big thank you to all the staff who helped make this a good time!










Special Thanks to Carlos Hernandez and John Hancock for their awesome print demonstration sponsored by Speedball Inks. Thank You to Bill Ham and Kim Ito for presenting Bill Ham’s Light Show installation at the gallery. (Artist Bill Ham has 12 days, and a very few more donations to reach his goal on his Kickstarter – donate HERE and receive Mr. Ham’s genius hour-long DVD liquid light painting).



And the reason for the season, delivering my Widespread Panic posters to the Fox Theater. Widespread Panic put on such a great pair of concerts at the Fox Theater, it’s a weekend I’ll never forget!


The poster line later that night at the Fox Theater. (photo courtesy of Sterling Munksgard).


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