itsaliving

Ricardo Gonzalez (@itsaliving) is an artist and designer from Durango, México who is living and working in New York City. During his most recent visit to Krink HQ, he created work with K-60 Paint Marker in Light Green.

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Zine Set

Save 20%! Includes 3 publications: “Wall Drawings,” “Movement,” and “All images approximately 1993 – early 2000’s found in various shoeboxes and envelopes. Locations are SF and NYC. Shot mostly with a Yashica T4 and maybe a random Minolta point and shoot.”

 

“Wall Drawings” – First Edition. 6.38 x 9.25 inches (16.5 x 23.6 cm). 32 pages with cover, black and white. Published by Innen in Zurich, Switzerland.

 

“All images approximately 1993 – early 2000’s…” – Edition of 500. 6.9 x 9.8 inches (17.5 x 23.5 cm). 32 pages with cover, color. Printed in USA.

 

“Movement” – 7.5 x 10 inches (19 x 25.5 cm). 36 pages with cover, black and white on uncoated stock.

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Fonse

Fonse (@fonse_rb), K-90 on paper and canvas board, 12 x 16.

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itsaliving

@itsaliving

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Lex

Lex (@bx.lexx) visits the Krink Dojo.

Wall Drawings

Published to accompany the release of the Krink Sprayer. The selected 16 drawings were made at the Krink Studio in Brooklyn, New York. First Edition. 6.38 x 9.25 inches (16.5 x 23.6 cm). 32 pages with cover, black and white. Published by innen in Zurich, Switzerland. All artwork and photos by Craig Costello.

 

 

About innen
innen is an independent publisher promoting Swiss and international contemporary artists, offering unconventional perspectives on art and contemporary trends. Founded by Aaron Fabian in 2006. innen has gradually gained prestige with its uniquely charming Zines and Books. In 2010, innen launched Zug Magazine, a biannual collection of selected contemporary artworks. Zug proved to be a great bridge builder between Swiss and foreign artists, and continually widens its audience by raising attention to novelty trends. innen appreciates artistic freedom above all, that’s why each publication is a momentary picture book of personal, subjective depictions of our culture.

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