Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Etsy Find of the Day: Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch

Add this to the "Everyone has an Etsy shop now" file ...

Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch is well known on the San Francisco art scene, and he regularly shows his strange and mesmerizing original paintings, illustrations, and woodcuts at some of the city's hippest galleries. He's one of the growing list of artists whose work (like Holy Artisans, above, $400) I covet, but never thought I'd have the pleasure of owning.

So imagine my surprise and delight when I discovered that Holyoke-Hirsch also sells budget-friendly prints as well as originals on good old Etsy under the name The Small Factory. (In case I haven't said it lately: I love you, Etsy.)

My faves:

Star Mapper limited-edition signed and numbered print, $20

Force Field limited-edition signed and numbered letterpress print, $40

Untitled Portrait wood-mounted, resin-coated paper original, $80

Painter original illustration, $150

Megarealms7 original illustration, $200

Check out Holyoke-Hirsch's Etsy shop right here -- and see more of his work here.

(P.S. If you're in the area, stop in to see Holyoke-Hirsch's group show, Strange Ways, with Matt Furie, Mark Todd, and Matthew Lock at San Francisco's Double Punch starting February 7.)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Love the letterpress print - I echo your sentiment on etsy as well!


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