This print is the result of being in NYC during Hurricane Sandy’s visit to the east coast late October 2012, Thanks to the band Moonalice, who hosted roughly 15 poster artists in the city. As fate would have it, we got to experience this surreal act of nature. My take on this is the hurricane portrayed as Medusa, nonchalantly kicking up wind & waves. After all, nature does not much care if you are in her path. The edition numbers 150, and a good portion will go to Sandy Relief. Sorry, but no wholesale on this one.While the majority of the Moonalice Poster Series are lithographs, many are screen printed. Gary Houston creates his posters using the Screen Print technique at his studio in Portland, Oregon where each color is applied one at a time, by hand. Gary recently took the time to talk with us about his process to create this striking art print.
Hurricane Sandy Art Print by Gary Houston, 2013 16.375″ x 20.50″ 4 Color Screen Print Edition of 150 Signed & Numbered Available directly at Gary’s website: VoodooCatbox.com Artist Gary Houston, one of many Moonalice Poster artists stranded in New York City from Hurricane Sandy back in October 2012, recently created an art print to commemorate the event with proceeds from the sale going to Hurricane Sandy relief. We recently caught with Gary who explains that: