Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA

http://spoke-art.com/
Our friends over at Arrested Motion are giving away some free Simpsons prints by Tim Doyle! To enter, all you have to do is leave your favorite Simpsons quote on their website - http://arrestedmotion.com/2014/03/contests-releases-tim-doyle-springfield-prints/

Our friends over at Arrested Motion are giving away some free Simpsons prints by Tim Doyle! To enter, all you have to do is leave your favorite Simpsons quote on their website - http://arrestedmotion.com/2014/03/contests-releases-tim-doyle-springfield-prints/

"Springfield" by Tim Doyle.

Available here - http://bit.ly/UnrealEstate

Inspired by the Simpsons this brand new limited edition screen print is now available as a very special open edition.

Each print comes signed and dated by the artist, and yes, that’s a glow in the dark variant!

Tim Doyle’s #Simpsons inspired prints are always some of our favorites, here’s a look at “Night Falls on the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant” from the artist’s 2012 solo exhibition. 
Stay tuned for a brand new print in the series, releasing this Friday, February 28th. In the meantime, view all the limited edition prints from Tim’s annual show here - http://bit.ly/UnrealEstate

Tim Doyle’s #Simpsons inspired prints are always some of our favorites, here’s a look at “Night Falls on the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant” from the artist’s 2012 solo exhibition. 

Stay tuned for a brand new print in the series, releasing this Friday, February 28th. In the meantime, view all the limited edition prints from Tim’s annual show here - http://bit.ly/UnrealEstate

Sneak peek at the new Simpsons inspired screen print by Tim Doyle. For “Save Me Jeebus” Tim created a slew of awesome editions including a glow in the dark version and a special hand embellished version.

Learn more about these limited edition screen prints here on Tim’s blog.

You can also check out all the prints in this series from the past two years here on the gallery website.

Limited edition screen prints by Austin, TX based illustrator, Tim Doyle, inspired by classic scenes from The Simpsons.

Part of the artist’s ongoing “UnReal Estate” series, which reimagines popular culture locations in Tim’s distinctive style

View the entire series of (sold out) prints here - http://bit.ly/UnrealEstate - and stay tuned for Tim’s third solo show with Spoke Art, coming to San Francisco in February 2014. All new prints and locations, coming soon!

Austin-TX based artist Tim Doyle creates screen prints inspired by the popular culture locales ingrained in our social subconscious.

Entitled “UnReal Estate” the series has over the past three years covered much hallowed ground such as these limited edition prints featured above (Arrested Development, Simpsons, Downton Abbey, Firefly) all of which are now sold out.

View the entire series here.

Stay tuned for Tim’s next solo show at Spoke Art, coming to San Francisco in February 2014.

"Call Mr. Plow, that’s my name, that name again is Mr. Plow."Now available! A brand new screen print by Tim Doyle, inspired by the iconic Springfield Elementary building. Available only until Friday, after that it’s gone forever! http://spoke-art.myshopify.com/collections/tim-doyles-unreal-estate

"Call Mr. Plow, that’s my name, that name again is Mr. Plow."

Now available! A brand new screen print by Tim Doyle, inspired by the iconic Springfield Elementary building. Available only until Friday, after that it’s gone forever! 

http://spoke-art.myshopify.com/collections/tim-doyles-unreal-estate

"Call Mr. Plow, that’s my name, that name again is Mr. Plow. "
Now available! A brand new screen print by Tim Doyle, inspired by the iconic Springfield Elementary building!
http://spoke-art.myshopify.com/collections/tim-doyles-unreal-estate

"Call Mr. Plow, that’s my name, that name again is Mr. Plow. "

Now available! A brand new screen print by Tim Doyle, inspired by the iconic Springfield Elementary building!

http://spoke-art.myshopify.com/collections/tim-doyles-unreal-estate

Last year, Tim Doyle’s solo show Unreal Estate I sold out so quickly that many of our fans were unable to purchase one of Tim’s limited edition prints. We listened to our fans and in Jan 2011 we released a very special time release print, ”742 Evergreen Terrace.” Anyone who ordered one of those prints during the set time window was guaranteed to receive one and we were able to make hundreds of fans happy.As you may have noticed, Tim’s follow up show this year sold out even faster than last year, so we’re considering offering a similar offer. How would you feel about a brand new pop culture image, available for 7 days? Every person who orders one is guaranteed to get one, and once the 7 day window is over, the print is retired forever. Let us know what you think!PS - can’t reveal too much just yet, but let’s just say it’ll be similarly themed to last year’s 742 Evergreen Terrace print!

Last year, Tim Doyle’s solo show Unreal Estate I sold out so quickly that many of our fans were unable to purchase one of Tim’s limited edition prints. 

We listened to our fans and in Jan 2011 we released a very special time release print, ”742 Evergreen Terrace.” Anyone who ordered one of those prints during the set time window was guaranteed to receive one and we were able to make hundreds of fans happy.

As you may have noticed, Tim’s follow up show this year sold out even faster than last year, so we’re considering offering a similar offer. 

How would you feel about a brand new pop culture image, available for 7 days? Every person who orders one is guaranteed to get one, and once the 7 day window is over, the print is retired forever. Let us know what you think!

PS - can’t reveal too much just yet, but let’s just say it’ll be similarly themed to last year’s 742 Evergreen Terrace print!

Here’s a look at “Worst. Print. Ever.” a Simpsons-inspired screen print by artist Tim Doyle, part of his solo show now on view at Spoke Art.
This limited edition print, along with the majority of the series, sold out almost immediately when released online earlier this month. 
Due to popular demand, we have decided to release one last print for the show featuring a brand new image. To accommodate everyone who may have missed out earlier this month, the new print will be available for 7 days, and everyone who orders one is guaranteed to get one! Stay tuned for more details soon!  

Here’s a look at “Worst. Print. Ever.” a Simpsons-inspired screen print by artist Tim Doyle, part of his solo show now on view at Spoke Art.

This limited edition print, along with the majority of the series, sold out almost immediately when released online earlier this month. 

Due to popular demand, we have decided to release one last print for the show featuring a brand new image. To accommodate everyone who may have missed out earlier this month, the new print will be available for 7 days, and everyone who orders one is guaranteed to get one! Stay tuned for more details soon!