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Imagine Nation exhibition poster FRAMED
Lennie Mace began creating frames such as this (above) in the mid '00s for display purposes only, usually to hold price lists or other information during exhibitions. Customers began requesting them, so Mace began making the frames an option of art/print sales.
Wood & hardware, acrylic with wood backing.
$180 USD・￥18,000 (incl. poster) +tax/shipping
Minimum order $10 USD total purchase, any combination of goods
A Show for Noriko Iris Giclee print (right )
12 x 18'' (page), edition of 50, signed/numbered
Art: Feb Mar 00, E108 (New York) 12 x 18'' (23 x 18cm)
Ballpoint pen on Iris Giclee print (ballerina)
print SOLD OUT $400 USD ￥40,000
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New York Press original printings
These illustrations & comics were usually completed over a weekend, almost weekly between 1989-1993; job received Thursday, sketches green-lit Friday, finished art submitted Monday, in NYP's ubiquitous street-corner green boxes Wednesday. Mace then came along grabbing hands full for posterity.
Mace considers these ''prints'' as valid as lithography printing. Recent interest from collectors in Japan led Mace to start signing, numbering and dry-mounting the printed publications and making them publicly available.
Everyday is a New Year (above)
December 21, 1994
The Drowning Pool (left)
March 28, 1993
Beyond The Bridge (right)
January 2, 1994
Signed/numbered & dry-mounted.
$20 USD・￥2,000 +tax/shipping
More to be made available
exhibition poster Imagine Nation「想國」
Exhibition: August 2006, Tokyo (Isetan department store, Shinjuku)
Art credit:「イナバウアー」(Ina Bauer )
2006 (Tokyo)・38 x 65 cm (25.5 x 14.5 inch)・ballpoint pen on paper
As noted in fine print Japanese on the poster, Ina Bauer was drawn while watching 2006 Winter Olympics figure skating broadcast from Turin, Italy.
The title Ina Bauer refers to the figure skating pose pictured, inspired by the signature pose of Arakawa Shizuka, Japan's 2006 gold medal-winning skater.
Drawing was completed within two hours late the night of February 24, 2006.
The artist has since begun embellishing upon the original drawing.
The combination and pronunciation (Soh-Koku, そうこく) of kanji characters used to write ''Imagine Nation'' in Japanese (想國) does not exist, and is an original creation by Lennie Mace for the purpose of properly translating the English title.
$100 USD・￥10,000 +tax/shipping・signed/numbered・very limited number
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You've arrived at the official website representing one of the world's premier & respected ballpoint pen artists: Lennie Mace. This is the same website which until now appeared as a stock market-like scroll. A consolidation of websites meant the scroll design had to be retired but its contents, a collection of some of Mace's most popular work, will soon reappear here as a slideshow.