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Thumbtack Press Presents UGLYDOLL Art!

Blue Special
“Blue Special”

Do you like Uglydolls? I sure do, and I enjoy telling you about UGLYDOLL things that you can own, such as Pillows and Good Luck Totems. Thumbtack Press — a virtual gallery showcasing art prints from popular contemporary artists, as well as up-and-comers, at super affordable prices — has recently secured the exclusive worldwide licensing rights to UGLYDOLL art, and I couldn’t wait to tell you all about it. Because Uglydolls are awesome.

UGLYDOLL Art It's a Dry Cold...
“It’s a Dry Cold”

UGLYDOLL art prints feature your favorite Uglydolls hanging out in everyday places such as the supermarket and the park, having fun and living life the Uglydoll way! You want to own these prints! Prices start at just $19.99 (such a bargain!) for 14″ by 14″ prints, and Thumbtack also offers framing as well as canvas stretched prints, so you can decorate to fit your style.

UGLYDOLL Art Babo
“Babo”

Please visit This Link to peruse the UGLYDOLL Art Gallery and pick out something Ugly to hang in your home today!

UGLYDOLL Art Small Things With Big Chills
“Small Things with Big Chills”

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Historic Photos of The Late CBGB


CBGB (Stage) by Photographer Joseph O. Holmes

ARTIST STATEMENT:

“In September 2006, I spent 10 days shooting the interior of legendary NYC rock club CBGB. Six weeks later the club closed its doors forever, and the fabled walls and stage were dismantled. A year after that, as former owner Hilly Kristal succumbed to cancer, a high-end clothing store negotiated to take over the space.

The club had been a favorite venue for countless rock and punk acts, but for those few days my experience of the club was the exact opposite of most people’s. I came to look forward to my visits as a time of peaceful solitude. I arrived each morning at 11:00 with my tripod and camera, greeted Hilly at his desk, and then passed into a silent and empty club. During the following three to five hours of shooting, I rarely saw another human. The club was so dark, even during the day, that I had to carry a flashlight. After framing each shot, I took five to seven bracketed exposures, with each exposure lasting as long as 30 seconds, and I ended up with more than 1800 individual frames.

And that’s how I came to spend hour after hour sitting stock still in CBGB, alone in the dark among the empty beer bottles and broken guitar strings and abandoned drum sticks, waiting in the silence for the shutter to close.”

Limited edition prints of the CBGB Stage (Above, click This Link) and the venue’s Cash Register (Below click This Link) are available while supplies last via Jen Bekman’s 20X200. All prints are available framed or unframed, Artist-signed + numbered with a certificate of authenticity included. These prints are very reasonably priced and will sell out fast, so get them while you can!


CBGB (Register)