Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA

http://spoke-art.com/

Exclusive Star Wars print releases, this weekend only!

Check out our 6 brand new prints, available now:http://bit.ly/May4thprints

May the 4th be with you!

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

A look at last year’s Arrested Development inspired screen print by Tim Doyle, part of his ongoing UnReal Estate series. Check out all the limited edition prints by Tim, depicting your favorite pop culture locations, here on our website - http://bit.ly/UnrealEstate

A look at last year’s Arrested Development inspired screen print by Tim Doyle, part of his ongoing UnReal Estate series. Check out all the limited edition prints by Tim, depicting your favorite pop culture locations, here on our website - http://bit.ly/UnrealEstate

Brand new limited edition prints by artist Tim Doyle, featuring creative re-imaginings of iconic locations featured throughout popular culture.

Seen above:  Six Feet Under, The Simpsons, Futurama, Breaking Bad, Pee Wee’s, Smurfs and Munsters

Each image has been lovingly screen printed by the artist himself, and each print comes signed and numbered as well! Check out all the great prints from the series here.

Brand new limited edition prints by artist Tim Doyle, featuring creative re-imaginings of iconic locations featured throughout popular culture.

Seen above: Adventure Time, Lost, Breaking Bad, Pee Wee’s Playhouse and Game of Thrones.

Each image has been lovingly screen printed by the artist himself, and each print comes signed and numbered as well! Check out all the great prints from the series here.

"Ah, Breaking Bad. I had to do it. It was…too immense not to. 
I like the fact that this car-wash is a real place- Octopus Car Wash in ABQ, New Mexico. And now that real world location has taken on the fictional legacy of being a laundry for a meth-empire’s money. 
The fictional informing our concept of the real. I’m hoping the owners of the actual place are milking it for all it’s worth.” - Tim Doyle

Join us this Thursday night at Spoke Art gallery in San Francisco for “UnReal Estate III” - the third solo show from artist Tim Doyle.
Learn more or RSVP here.
Can’t make it in person? All limited edition screen prints available online this Friday via our online shop.

"Ah, Breaking Bad. I had to do it. It was…too immense not to.

I like the fact that this car-wash is a real place- Octopus Car Wash in ABQ, New Mexico. And now that real world location has taken on the fictional legacy of being a laundry for a meth-empire’s money.

The fictional informing our concept of the real. I’m hoping the owners of the actual place are milking it for all it’s worth.” - Tim Doyle

Join us this Thursday night at Spoke Art gallery in San Francisco for “UnReal Estate III” - the third solo show from artist Tim Doyle.

Learn more or RSVP here.

Can’t make it in person? All limited edition screen prints available online this Friday via our online shop.

"Six Feet Under was a show I REALLY wanted to get to last year, but just ran out of time. So it was the first one I started on for this year’s show. I actually did this piece back in April, originally. I work on this show all year, between other gigs.
Six Feet Under was, in my opinion, HBO finding it’s legs. It walked that line between episodic and serialized. There were definitely story-lines and character arcs that carried over for a full season, but most of the earlier episodes seemed to feel more like THE BEST of network television, instead of THE BEST OF TELEVISION OVERALL that we’ve come to expect from HBO in recent years.
But thankfully, the show was able to expand and grow, and really find itself, which built to probably the BEST AND MOST SATISFYING last episode of any show…ever. The show was obsessed with the one thing we try to hard to ignore in our day-to-day lives- our mortality.
For it to end with showing the final seconds of each and every lead character’s life that we’d come to love in the previous years…it was satisfying in a structural and emotional way that nothing has come close to.” - Tim Doyle

"Six Feet Under was a show I REALLY wanted to get to last year, but just ran out of time. So it was the first one I started on for this year’s show. I actually did this piece back in April, originally. I work on this show all year, between other gigs.

Six Feet Under was, in my opinion, HBO finding it’s legs. It walked that line between episodic and serialized. There were definitely story-lines and character arcs that carried over for a full season, but most of the earlier episodes seemed to feel more like THE BEST of network television, instead of THE BEST OF TELEVISION OVERALL that we’ve come to expect from HBO in recent years.

But thankfully, the show was able to expand and grow, and really find itself, which built to probably the BEST AND MOST SATISFYING last episode of any show…ever. The show was obsessed with the one thing we try to hard to ignore in our day-to-day lives- our mortality.

For it to end with showing the final seconds of each and every lead character’s life that we’d come to love in the previous years…it was satisfying in a structural and emotional way that nothing has come close to.” - Tim Doyle